Previously known as Clinical Coding: Laying the Foundation, this course is intended for participants of all levels of experience. Understand how accuracy translates into meaningful evidence to guide clinical and organizational decision-making.
Learn how financial data can be used on its own or in concert with clinical data to generate useful management information.
Understand how CJRR data is used to generate reports and how researchers can access and use this data in their work.
Learn how to build your own reports through this guided tour of the Analytical Tool for the National System for Incident Reporting.
Boundless possibilities through technology: Whither healthcare in Canada and internationally? Professor Stephen Hawking’s thoughts, expressed in his iconic voice, “We learned to talk, we learned to listen, we unleashed imagination!” motivates this year’s ITCH conference. We explore international, and largely unmet, commitments to patient-centered care. We wonder what may have made the difference in other spheres which might also radicalize healthcare.
In it’s 15th year, e-Health conference continues to offer proactive top-quality learning and an opportunity to network with organizations and people that value quality health information as well as effective integrated system solutions. Since its inception, the Conference has attracted a steadily increasing attendance, now upwards of 1,500+ delegates. The Trade Show provides an excellent opportunity for direct access to members of the health informatics community and has sold out early in all previous years.
This course provides an overview of health inequality over time in Canada. Its focus is measuring and interpreting analytical results to inform policy approaches to address income-related inequality.
This interactive session discusses options and opportunities for using OMHRS report information obtained through the RAI-MH© assessment.