• CAHO hospitals are driving safer prescribing practices for Ontarians

    Ontario research hospitals are helping physicians and health care professionals change prescribing practices to help patients take only the medications they need, reducing the medication burden in Ontario while improving the quality of life for seniors. Read More.

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  • Inaugural Research Day Focuses on Smart Health in Northern Ontario

    Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute is exploring how technology can bring smart health solutions to northern Ontario to improve care and treat patients closer to home.

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  • Health tech developed in Hamilton is bridging the gap between hospital and home

    Imagine having a major surgery and being able to go home only days later. We know that people recover better in their own surroundings, where they’re most comfortable. But, there’s also a higher risk of complications in the first month after surgery. How do we reduce this risk to ensure people don’t end up back […]

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  • CAHO's new tool tackles major barrier to health innovation adoption in Ontario

    New tool tackles major barrier to health innovation adoption in Ontario

    Procurement myths are well-known barriers to innovation adoption in Ontario. A new tool is available to help hospitals pull innovation into Ontario’s health care system faster, improving patient care and health system efficiency. The Art of the Possible: A Quick Reference Guide to Ontario Broader Public Sector Procurement Myths, created by the Council of Academic […]

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Health tech developed in Hamilton is bridging the gap between hospital and home
Imagine having a major surgery and being able to go home only days later. We know that people recover better in their own surroundings, where they’re most comfortable. But, there’s also a higher risk of complications in the first month after surgery. How do we reduce this risk to ensure people don’t end up back […] Read more >
Donor lungs with hepatitis C safely transplanted to patients at UHN
Donor lungs from individuals infected with hepatitis C have been successfully transplanted into 10 patients at Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network. This success could mean 1,000 more lungs would be available for North Americans in need of a transplant. Click Here.  Read more >

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CAHO hospitals are driving safer prescribing practices for Ontarians
Ontario research hospitals are helping physicians and health care professionals change prescribing practices to help patients take only the medications they need, reducing the medication burden in Ontario while improving the quality of life for seniors. Read More. Read more >
Inaugural Research Day Focuses on Smart Health in Northern Ontario
Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute is exploring how technology can bring smart health solutions to northern Ontario to improve care and treat patients closer to home. Read more >
CAHO's new tool tackles major barrier to health innovation adoption in Ontario
New tool tackles major barrier to health innovation adoption in Ontario
Procurement myths are well-known barriers to innovation adoption in Ontario. A new tool is available to help hospitals pull innovation into Ontario’s health care system faster, improving patient care and health system efficiency. The Art of the Possible: A Quick Reference Guide to Ontario Broader Public Sector Procurement Myths, created by the Council of Academic […] Read more >

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