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  • Blog post: The Unintended Consequences of Health Care Advances

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    While technological advances in health care have improved our lives, there can be unintended consequences for the health system. Read the latest blog post by Dr. Rashaad Bhyat to learn more about the impact of new technologies on physicians and how...

  • Blog Post: “Axe the Fax” – Pharmacist Discusses Efficiency and Reliability with PrescribeIT

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    We recently spoke with pharmacist Abhay Patel to learn more about his experience using PrescribeIT® in his community pharmacies. Read our latest blog post to find out how PrescribeIT® has integrated into his practices — and the...

  • Blog Post: Click here to Accept – but what are we Unknowingly Giving Away?

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    Without realizing it, you may be voluntarily giving away your personal information, including sensitive health data, by using certain apps or services. Read the latest blog post from Infoway CTO Mario Voltolina to learn about the risks of openly sharing...

  • Blog post: Emboldening Meaningful Use of EMRs in Canada

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    It is generally assumed that as Canadian physicians gain more experience using EMRs, the more likely they are to integrate the use of more/multiple functionalities. However, findings from our recent survey suggest there isn’t a strong link between...

  • Blog post: Advanced Users of EMRs Achieve Greater Efficiencies

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    Use of EMRs by primary care physicians across Canada has grown over the past decade. Learn how moving beyond just the basic EMR functionalities can help physicians increase efficiency in their practice and provide more efficient care to patients.

  • Blog post: It’s Time for Digital Tools to Change the Face of Health Care

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    It’s imperative for practicing physicians to focus their day-to-day effort on providing quality care to patients. Learn how e-prescribing through PrescribeIT® can help physicians cut down on time-consuming paperwork and spend more time where...

  • Blog post: Early PrescribeIT® Adopter Talks Benefits to Clinic Workflow, Staff and Patients

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    Infoway’s Rashaad Bhyat recently spoke with PrescribeIT early adopter Dr. Neil Naik to hear about his experience using the service in his practice. Learn how PrescribeIT has improved Dr. Naik’s workflow and freed up more time to spend with his patients.

  • Blog post: Unsecure Data has no Place in the Health System

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    Communication between health care professionals can be difficult, especially as many providers continue to rely on outdated and unsecure technology. Learn how PrescribeIT® addresses these issues and ensures physicians can share private...

  • Blog post: Why it’s Time to Retire the Fax Machine and Consider PrescribeIT

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    PrescribeIT has helped transform one doctor’s practice in many ways, including improved communication with pharmacists and more efficient prescription monitoring. Read our latest blog post to learn more about the benefits of e-prescribing.

  • Blog post: Closing the Circle of Patient Care

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    By embracing digital health tools, such as PrescribeIT®, clinicians can close the circle of care and improve communication between health care providers, patients and the community.

  • Blog post: Introducing Standardizations to Pharmacy Workflows Could Benefit Patients, Pharmacy Staff

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    Pharmacies can learn from other industries by introducing some standardizations to pharmacy workflows at the beginning of the prescription process through PrescribeIT™.

  • Blog post: There’s No Silver Bullet Solution to Solve the Opioid crisis, but our Health Care System can Make Strides Forward

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    In 2016 alone, opioids were responsible for almost one in 13 deaths across the country. Despite the attention that the opioid crisis has received from mainstream media and focused efforts by many in health care and law enforcement, opioid-related deaths...

  • Blog post: EMRs Have Paved the Way for True e-Prescribing, Improving Patient Safety

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    PrescribeIT™ will bring prescribing and prescriber-pharmacy communication into the 21st century, while simultaneously enhancing the security of patient prescription information.

  • Blog post: There’s a War for Your Data and Health Care is Next

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    There’s a war on your personal data, which is why PrescribeIT is dedicated to protecting your data from commercial use. As consumers, there are 3 important questions we need to ask about our data: How will my health information be used and with whom...

  • Blog Post: e-Prescribing Improves Patient Safety Over Emailed and Auto-faxed Prescriptions

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    While on the surface, emailed and auto-faxed prescriptions may look the same as e-prescribing, there's a big difference between them when it comes to patient safety.

  • Blog Post: 14% of Canadians Have Lost or Damaged a Prescription — and This Comes at a Cost

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    14 per cent of Canadians have lost or damaged a prescription. Of those, 17 per cent (700,000 Canadians) decided to not fill their prescriptions as a result, which can lead to adverse patient outcomes and increased health system costs.

  • Blog Post: Medication Non-adherence: Exploring the Tension Between Patient Safety and Patient Autonomy

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    Roughly 30 per cent of prescriptions generated by prescribers for their patients go unfilled, which could result in the worsening of a patient’s condition. If prescribers were to receive notifications when a prescription goes unfilled, does this...

  • Blog Post: e-Prescribing Can Provide Some Much-needed Peace of Mind

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    Sometimes when life gets in the way, it can be difficult to find the time to get a prescription filled. e-Prescribing can add a little bit of much-needed convenience and peace of mind to our lives.

  • Blog Post: e-Prescribing: Safety. Quality. Both.

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    e-Prescribing not only offers convenience and efficiency, but also a potential for enhancements in quality and safety by eliminating some of the ambiguity in prescribing practices.

  • Blog Post: Thoughts on e-Prescribing and Safety

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    It’s important not to think of e-prescribing as an isolated end in itself, but as part of a system need that needs to interact at a high degree of accuracy and integrity to ensure safety.


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