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OHT Webinar - Digital Health Playbook

Sep 5, 2019 12:30 PM - Sep 5, 2019 2:00 PM | Presented by:

The Ministry of Health will be holding a webinar for OHT teams in all stages of development to review the Digital Health Playbook (the Playbook). This webinar will provide an overview of the Playbook contents and answer any questions you might have on the materials, and how they relate to your Applications and the application process. 

Register for the webinar.

The Playbook is particularly meant to support Ontario Health Teams in the development of their digital health plans during the full application stage, but will be useful to teams at any stage of the OHT readiness assessment process.  It outlines how the adoption and use of digital health solutions can help OHTs to meet their clinical and performance objectives, and provides a general overview of the types of tools, requirements and draft policy directions that will guide the creation of digitally enabled OHTs. The Playbook also links to a digital health service catalogue that outlines the assets, services and infrastructure services that are available for use by Ontario Health Teams as well as a digital health policy guidance document that provides draft policy directions on the acquisition, implementation, and use of digital tools and services.

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