Confidentiality agreement – HINP Acknowledgement of Confidentiality Aug 11 2014
DRAFT User Manual – June 2015
On May 06, 2015 members from the KFLAPHI team presented to Colonel Hugh MacKay (Deputy Surgeon General, Canadian Forces, Department of National Defence) and colleagues, as well as colleagues from Queen’s University. The purpose of this presentation was to discuss the potential for the Canadian military to adopt some of the eHealth applications created by
Today we officially welcome Guelph General Hospital (GGH) to the ACES system. Select staff from the hospital, as well as Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health will have access to real-time data from GGH’s Emergency Department.
ACES Privacy Charter This document covers policies and procedures for the protection of health information used in ACES. ACES Privacy Impact Assessment The Privacy Impact Assessment was designed to assist Hospital Administration in reviewing the impact that the new project may have on the individuals’ privacy, and to ensure compliance with the federal Personal Information Protection
Humber River Hospital is now live in ACES! With this addition, ACES now covers 15 acute care hospitals in Toronto. Together these hospitals add to the comprehensive public health surveillance for the City of Toronto and will be of great value to surveillance activities during the upcoming 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games.
North York General Hospital is now live in ACES! With the addition of both the General Site and Branson Site of North York General Hospital, ACES now covers 14 acute care hospitals in Toronto. Together these hospitals add to the comprehensive public health surveillance for the City of Toronto and will be of great value
With the recent additions of Ross Memorial Hospital and the two hospital sites for Haliburton Highlands Health Services, the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit is now the 26th health unit participating in the ACES system. The addition of these three acute care hospitals enables public health surveillance of emergency department visits and admissions
ACES coverage in the GTA continues to grow with the recent addition of The Hospital for Sick Children onto the system. With 12 Toronto hospitals now participating in ACES, there is capacity for comprehensive public health surveillance of acute care visits in the City of Toronto. The data provided by these hospitals enhances our ability