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

Provider-Managed Portals and Web Applications

Since providers have the strongest relationships with health care clients and the deepest understanding of their health issues, organizations such as large hospitals may create their own web-based access channels for communication with staff and health care clients. These portals will also be able provide access to the EHR. 

Examples include:

  • Hospital portals for internal health care staff
  • Hospital web applications for health care clients
  • Radiology, labs, or medication web access interfaces
  • Primary care web interfaces for health care clients 
  • Community care health care client and provider web applications
  • Pharmacy portals for health care clients

Some providers may be able to access health care client information using local technology such as a connected (local) EMR. Other providers who do not have this capability can access the EHR via a portal.

Web technologies such as portals will allow access to elements of the EHR, enabling eHealth Ontario to deploy features broadly and rapidly as new services are available. 

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