Canada Health Infoway

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Winning design #6 by wbeehive, Infographic Design for Canada Health Infoway Contest
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Project description

We are looking for one infographic to illustrate eight sets of information and two areas of content.  Please use the information below, an illustrated image (no stock images), the company logo at the bottom and text with source information for the information below in small font. The infographic should be 600 x approx. 2880 px.

 Image suggestions are included, but feel free to adapt or modify using your own ideas.  


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National LEADing Practices:  What is the Impact?

In 2014, Canada Health Infoway in partnership with Accreditation Canada recognized 7 LEADing Practices.A LEADing Practice exemplifies one or more of the five benefit areas of digital health and represents best practice characteristics for the use in clinical practice: Learning from others; Exemplifying benefits; Accelerating adoption; and Delivering results. 

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Better care for patients with diabetes:  Over 90% had A1C and blood pressure monitored in last 6 months.

(Source: Harnessing the EMR to Improve Diabetic Patient Management.  Central Hastings Family Health Team.  Primary Care.  Madoc ON)

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“Electronic tools facilitate measuring what could not easily be measured previously.  You cannot improve what you cannot measure, so this is where these tools provide the most value.” 

(Source: Improving the Patient Experience.  Health Sciences North, Ambulatory Care Clinic.  Ambulatory Care.  Sudbury, ON)

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Timely access to information by clinicians and patients anywhere in the world.  Over 9,300 logins to mobile application and 14,200 consult notes signed.  (Source: Inventing the Future of Healthcare with SunnyCare, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.  Acute Care.  Toronto, ON)

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Over 346 clusters of Tuberculosis identified using web-based application.

(Source: Putting Tuberculosis Control on the Map, Public Health Ontario.  Public Health. Toronto, ON)

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Elimination of up to 2 week wait time for diagnostic reports, consults and lab results.

(Source: Connected Community Practice in Action, Drs. Lamb, Mielke & Teal.  Primary Care.  Hamilton, ON)

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3-6 month wait reduced to 1-2 day response time using Telemedicine for dermatology consultations.

(Source: Connected Community Practice in Action, Drs. Lamb, Mielke & Teal.  Primary Care.  Hamilton, ON)

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99% of Family Physicians satisfied with information provided in electronic clinic letter.

(Source: Development of an Electronic Chronic Disease Management System for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.  QEII Health Sciences Centre.  Ambulatory Care.  Halifax, NS)

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33% reduction in hospital admissions and 24% decrease in emergency room visits.

(Source: Optimizing Integration and Continuity of Care through the Hospital Home Team, ACCESS River East.   Primary Care and Community.  Winnipeg, MB) 

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How do you get there?  Critical success factors from 2014 LEADing Practices:

  • Articulate a shared vision such as providing efficient and compassionate patient care; with patients and families at the forefront.

  • Identify and engage key stakeholders early to create a sense of ownership.

  • Actively involve clinicians and patients in the design and testing of technology.

  • Seek change management expertise to support implementation of new technology.

  • Continuously evaluate workflow by asking “How can we do this better electronically?”

  • Evaluate project impact and communicate results to build long-term sustainability. 

  • Remember that success is achieved by taking one small step at a time!

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  • Thank you all for your submissions! You are all very talented. We appreciate your time and artwork.
  • Source file is available in Illustrator or PDF format for printing / scaling to any size. #8
  • Dear Contest Holder,
    Please Check my first design and let me know the feedback for my design so that i can work on the changes for my design

    CSS Chimp #5
  • 600 x 3000. #4
  • 600 x 3250.

    Will try to submit another condensed version. #3
  • Hi, this is my infographic design! please input and let me know if there is a mistake... Hope you rate my artwork :) #2
  • Hi @pkhanna! Please take a look at my entry #1. Best regards
    • @pkhanna It is 600x3350 px.

    • @Anastasiia Hi there, thank you for submitting! We are reviewing your entry now.

  • Hi, thank you for your comment.

    It should be 600 pixels wide and 2880 pixels high.

    Please let me know if you have further question.
  • The brief gives us the document dimensions, but does not indicate what those numbers represent, is it to be tall or wide?