Quality Improvement and Knowledge Translation is a key component of all programs led by the eHealth Centre of Excellence, ensuring that digital health technologies enable best practices and ultimately improve the quality of patient care. This work is closely linked to change management and adoption processes, with activities supporting:
Quality Improvement and Knowledge Translation (QI & KT) was formally known as "Benefits Realization" and is supported by a model published in Building Capacity for Health Informatics in the Future, a peer-reviewed ebook (ITCH 2017). Click here to read it!
Periodically, we also support the evaluation of other initiatives in healthcare, such as the Health Links model of care across Waterloo-Wellington Local Health Integration Network (2017). Case studies on Health Links can be found here.
For more information, or if you are interested in participating in an upcoming case study, please contact:
Lirije Hyseni, Benefits Realization Practice Lead