From detailed guides to online courses – resources are available to provide you with the knowledge necessary to build and integrate EHR applications.

Knowledge Resources

These are classes of information related to tacit and explicit knowledge supporting health care delivery, health system management, health self-management, collaboration, knowledge management and eLearning. Knowledge resources are primarily consumed by users of ehealth portals to support communications, collaboration and knowledge work, and generally do not contain personally identifiable health information. 

Some examples include:

  • Forms: electronic forms (including computerized versions of paper forms) for a variety of health care delivery and administration activities
  • Policies such as health care policies
  • Reference libraries: health and health care-related reference material (e.g. Compendium of Pharmaceuticals, drug interactions, medical dictionaries) and best practices or protocols for treating certain conditions
  • Approved standards and other interoperability specifications: information relating to all ehealth-related standards (pan-Canadian, international etc.)
  • Education: training on various ehealth-related topics, using elearning or other media
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