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E-health Trends for Collaborative Care and Chronic Disease Management

 Louise Beauchesne and Alvaro Mestre
Description: The benefits and value of electronic health information technologies: Capital cost: $10 billion to $12 billion Benefits: $6 billion to $7 billion annually. E-health provides improved communication and quality of care, improved efficiency and cost reduction, patient empowerment – self-management, and prevention. Telehealth Outcomes 2003-2007: 25% reductions in numbers of bed days of care, 19% reduction in numbers of hospital admissions, and mean satisfaction score rating of 86% after enrolment.
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New e-health trends for collaborative care and chronic disease management

Presentation by Louise Beauchesne, Executive Director, Quebec and Alvaro Mestre, Regional Director, Architecture to the 2009 eHealth Conference June 1, 2009

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