Assessment of videoconferencing in telehealth in Canada

  • 90 Pages
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  • English
Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment , Ontario
Medical telematics -- Canada., Telecommunication in medicine -- Canada -- Evaluation., Telecommunications -- Canada., Telemedicine -- Canada., Video Recording -- Canada., Videoconferencing -- Ca
StatementHussein Z. Noorani, Jocelyne Picot.
SeriesTechnology report -- no. 14, Technology report (Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment) -- issue 14.
ContributionsPicot, Jocelyne.
LC ClassificationsR119.95 .N65 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 90 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19296581M
ISBN 101894620003

Cite as: Noorani H, Picot J. Assessment of videoconferencing in telehealth in : Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment (CCOHTA); Technology report no Objectives. This study is intended (1) to provide decision makers within the Canadian health care system with broad-based information about the collective experience of.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "May " Description: viii, 90 pages. Series Title: Technology report (Canadian Coordinating Office. Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment Assessment of Videoconferencing in Telehealth in Canada Hussein Z.

Noorani, 1 Jocelyne Picot, MA, Ph.D.2 May 1. Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Technology Assessment, Ottawa, Ontario 2. Infotelmed Communications Inc., Verdun, Quebec. Clinical Videoconferencing in Telehealth aptly demonstrates the promise and potential of this technology for clinicians, clinic managers, administrators, and others affiliated with mental health clinical practices.

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Telehealth helps bring care closer to home for Canadians by linking patients with their health care team when they are not in the same location, often using videoconferencing. Available in every province and territory, services may be tailored to patients’ needs and ultimately provide greater access to specialized care, reduce travel times.

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Videoconferencing is a rapidly evolving and viable way to provide rural physicians with close-to-home educational opportunities (telelearning) and clinical support (telemedicine). The essential first step for telehealth in BC is to build an ICT infrastructure to facilitate timely education and health service delivery.

A telehealth session comprised one or more calls and lasted between 5 to 45 minutes. If the first call to a patient failed for any reason, subsequent calls may have been made to re-establish the telehealth session.

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Telehealth requires a strong, reliable broadband connection. As broadband infrastructure has improved, telehealth usage has become more widely feasible. Healthcare providers often begin telehealth with a needs assessment which assesses hardships which can be improved by telehealth such as travel time, costs or time off work.

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