Category: Novari Health

CMAJ NEWS: HOW CAN CANADA IMPROVE WORSENING WAIT TIMES?

September 1, 2020 — In their recent article, CMAJ News interviews Dr. Chris Simpson, cardiologist & Chief Medical Information Office for Novari Health as well as family physician Dr. Kamila Premji and Robin McGee, a cancer patient whose care was delayed due to the COVID-19 slowdown. MORE>>

SASKATCHEWAN DEPLOYS COVID-19 NOVARI E-REFERRAL & CENTRAL INTAKE SYSTEM

KINGSTON ON & REGINA SK, August 10, 2020 – The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) in partnership with eHealth Saskatchewan has deployed the Novari eReferral & central intake system province-wide for COVID-19 testing and assessment referrals.  Working closely together, SHA, eHealth and Novari Health staff quickly configured the Novari technology to facilitate COVID-19 referrals to help ensure …

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NOVARI HEALTH WINS MICROSOFT’S 2020 CRISIS CHAMPION IMPACT AWARD FOR ONTARIO WIDE VIRTUAL CARE CLINIC TO SUPPORT COVID-19 RESPONSE

KINGSTON, July 24, 2020: The Microsoft Crisis Champion IMPACT award recognizes the Microsoft partner who has had a significant impact on people, businesses, and/or communities in Canada, with quick response, innovative solutions, and empathy toward those affected by the coronavirus. On Tuesday, July 22, 2020, it was announced virtually at the annual Microsoft Inspire Conference …

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ONTARIO VIRTUAL CARE CLINIC POWERED BY NOVARI HEALTH – NOW LIVE

Need to see a doctor and can’t access care?  The Ontario Virtual Care Clinic may be able to help. Patients throughout the province of Ontario, who do not have a primary care physician or are unable to see their own physician, are now able to “see” a family physician virtually by visiting www.seethedoctor.ca (using the access code …

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COVID-19 CAUSING MASSIVE ELECTIVE SURGICAL BACKLOG – NOVARI SYSTEM HELPS MANAGE THE RECOVERY

April 6, 2020 — To improve capacity to provide care for COVID-19 patients, provincial ministries of health and hospitals across the country have taken the unprecedented emergency action of cancelling most elective surgeries. Doing so has freed up hospital beds normally occupied by elective surgical patients following their surgeries. Cancelling elective surgeries is a difficult, but prudent, course of action during a pandemic emergency.  Unfortunately, doing …

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