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Chronic Disease Network

Canada's Chronic Disease Surveillance Network:
Architecture and Next Steps

Thursday, February 11, 2016
12:00 - 1:30 PM ET
Live, online, interactive session via Webex

Worm Rate Deadline: Jan. 27; Early-Bird Deadline: Feb. 3

Instructor: Karim Keshavjee
                   
CEO, InfoClin; Medical Director, Aerus Technologies; Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto, Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Victoria

Canada's chronic disease surveillance network (www.cpcssn.ca) recently reached 1000 physicians and 1 million de-identified patients in its database. CPCSSN is revolutionizing primary care by making research easier and faster and by making it easier to apply quality improvement to patient populations. How did we get here? What makes CPCSSN sustainable? What are the impacts of primary care research? Where do we need to go next?

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the architecture for extracting data from over 12 different EMRs for research and surveillance
  2. Describe the impacts that primary care research is having on primary care in Canada
  3. Describe the opportunities that are created by research in primary care

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