It’s a new year and we are happy to announce two new partnerships with the Acute Care Enhanced Surveillance system. Thessalon and Matthew’s Memorial Hospitals, both within the Algoma Public Health geographic footprint, are now transmitting real-time data from their emergency departments.
We are pleased to welcome Red Lake Margaret Cochenour hospital to the Acute Care Enhanced Surveillance System. Their data will be used to inform decision making both for the hospital, and in combination with the other networks of connected facilities the Northwestern region and province as a whole.
Application Developer, Jason Price worked in collaboration with the Environmental Health Division of KFL&A Public Health to create Know Before You Go. Know Before You Go is a application gives the public access to health inspection records for restaurants, public pools and spas and, personal service settings. The application officially launched October 05, 2015.
The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario officially went live with the Acute Care Enhanced Surveillance system today, completing surveillance coverage of the geography serviced by Ottawa Public Health.
Public health and acute care partners from Pembroke Regional Hospital and Renfrew County District Health Unit will now have access to real-time data for a wide range of syndromes with the potential to impact population health. This data can be used as an early warning system for emerging pathogens, and can aid in the planning
The General and Civic sites of The Ottawa Hospital are the newest partners to collaborate for the ACES system. Their data will contribute to a broader picture of real-time health statistics for the province of Ontario.
Nous souhaitons la bienvenue à l’Hôpital Montfort en tant que partenaires dans le système ACES. Les données ACES de l’Hôpital Montfort seront utilisés pour informer une stratégie de collaboration pour l’épidémie de grippe annuelle 2015/2016. We extend a welcome to our newest ACES hospital partner, Hôpital Montfort in Ottawa. The data generated by ACES for
Today we are happy to welcome Markham Stouffville Hospital Corporation to the ACES system. As they are within the geographic footprint of the Pan/Para Pan American Games, they will participate in a special initiative to monitor population health risks that accompany a mass gathering scenario.
We are pleased to welcome from the GTA, the Richmond Hill site of Mackenzie Health. Public health and acute care partners will use ACES to monitor the population health for Mackenzie Health’s service area during the 2015 Pan/Para Pan American Games, and into the future for a wide range of syndromes of population health relevance.