Ontarians made nearly 900,000 virtual visits with health care professionals in 2018. And interest in virtual health care is growing every day – for eVisits, online consultations, email, and more.
We hear from clinicians and patients the many reasons to improve and support more access to virtual care. For example, expanding access could enhance the quality of care for many people, especially for those living in rural and remote communities. So, what does it take to make it happen?
At our February Quality Rounds webinar, we’ll hear from leaders in virtual care who’ll share their process to successfully offer virtual clinics. We’ll look at results from primary care and specialty clinics; and learn from a patient which changes made the most difference to them.
Moderation provided by Anna Greenberg, President, Ontario Health (Quality)
Board Chair, Ontario Health
Incoming President and CEO, Ontario Health
Onil Bhattacharyya, MD, PhD
Frigon-Blau Chair in Family Medicine Research
Women's College Hospital
Ilana Halperin, MD MSc FRCPC
Staff Physician and Assistant Professor
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Review the current state of virtual care and look ahead at the changing landscape in Ontario
Explore the latest evidence on keys to successful adoption of virtual care in primary care and specialty clinics
Learn about patient perspectives to inform planning and change initiatives