Opioid Response Initiative Calgary Zone newsletter – February March 19, 2019
Welcome to the fourth edition of the monthly Opioid Response Initiative newsletter, a family physician’s guide to tools and resources available in the Calgary Zone.
Exciting new EMR for Alberta clinics March 12, 2019
Looking for final-stage beta testers!
We are Alberta’s newest electronic medical record system, proudly built by family doctors, for family doctors.
Advancing roles in family practice and the Patient's Medical Home require an updated and more functional EMR. Dr. Matthew Henschke and Dr. Mike Forseth developed their platform to improve workflow, reduce costs and integrate patients as collaborators in their own care. After three years of careful development and extensive testing at Britannia Medical Clinic, we are now looking for clinics and medical experts like you to complete beta testing of our platform and give us valuable feedback.
Our intuitive layout allows users to complete essential tasks from a single screen with minimal clicks. For clinic management, staff and patients, our future-thinking, single-instance patient file with patient portal integration allows for leveraged workflow and reduces staff time spent chasing patients and booking appointments.
Finally, we are dedicated to providing a secure, user-friendly platform that allows doctors and patients to be shared custodians of health information. Use our platform on any device, anywhere. Our model is to facilitate a shared health record, not entrench users in a single system. Family doctors and the medical home will be at the centre of all future information flow in the Canadian healthcare system: AVA EMR will help you meet the demands of that role.
For more information, please visit our website or phone us at 403.454.1116.
Access Improvement newsletter – January March 7, 2019
Continuing Medical Education Newsletter – March March 6, 2019
Influenza Immunization Program Newsletter – February March 4, 2019
Keep informed about the latest on Alberta's Influenza Immunization program. Issue 38 (February 2019) of the Influenza Immunization Program Newsletter has now been posted to the Influenza Immunization website.
eReferral satisfaction and awareness survey February 26, 2019
Help eReferral Advice Request improve their secure messaging system by completing a short survey before Monday, April 1. Your valuable input is important and will assist their understanding of primary care physicians’ awareness of the service and satisfaction level.
The service is a confidential electronic messaging system for physicians to ask non-urgent clinical questions at any time of day and get a response from a specialist within five calendar days. It is available to all physicians and clinical support staff who have access to Alberta Netcare.
Connect Care Update for Primary Care – January February 14, 2019
Stay up to date on Connect Care and its impact on family physicians.
Continuing Medical Education Newsletter – February February 1, 2019
Opioid Response Initiative Calgary Zone newsletter – January 2019 January 24, 2019
Welcome to the third edition of the monthly Opioid Response Initiative newsletter, a family physician’s guide to tools and resources available in the Calgary Zone.
Accelerating Primary Care Conference presentations online January 2, 2019
Another successful edition of Alberta’s annual popular Accelerating Primary Care Conference is complete. Missed the opportunity or want to review the content you saw? Session presentations are now available on the PCN PMO website. While you are there sign up with an email to receive updates for APCC 2019 and stay informed on dates and details.
Opioid Response Initiative Calgary Zone newsletter – December 2018 December 17, 2018
Welcome to the second edition of the monthly Opioid Response Initiative newsletter, a family physician’s guide to tools and resources available in the Calgary Zone.
Continuing Medical Education Newsletter – December December 5, 2018
Influenza Immunization Program Newsletter – November November 30, 2018
Keep informed about the latest on Alberta's Influenza Immunization program. Issue 37 (November 2018) of the Influenza Immunization Program Newsletter has now been posted to the Influenza Immunization website.
Wanted: exam table for donation to non-profit October 25, 2018
CUPS staff members attending at Alpha House have identified the need for an exam table and wall blood pressure/otoscope unit at the organization’s women-only building. Alpha House is a non-profit that serves individuals whose lives are affected by alcohol and other drug dependencies.
If you are able to assist, please email Paula at Alpha House or phone 587.393.9100.
Access Mental Health Newsletter – September October 19, 2018
Influenza Immunization Program Newsletter – October October 16, 2018
Keep informed about the latest on Alberta's Influenza Immunization program. Issue 37 (October 2018) of the Influenza Immunization Program Newsletter has now been posted to the Influenza Immunization website.
Provincial Palliative and End-of-Life Care Newsletter – October October 16, 2018
This quarterly newsletter gives the latest provincial information and updates to health care providers working in palliative and end-of-life care.
Continuing Medical Education Newsletter – October October 16, 2018
Perinatal Addiction and Mental Health PCN survey October 9, 2018
Addiction and Mental Health, Calgary Zone invite you to to participate in a very brief survey (three minutes).
The results from this survey will be used to inform the AHS Calgary Zone Perinatal Addiction and Mental Health (AMH) Strategic Plan that will guide the work with this population over the next 10 years. The plan development is endorsed by AHS Calgary Zone AMH Executive Leadership and is in alignment with priority action areas of our AHS Strategic Clinical Networks.
Engagement with primary care physicians is very important as we know the significance of the relationship between perinatal women and their primary care provider. We hope we are able to collaborate in this way as we work to develop a strategic plan to serve this population.
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Doreen.
Click here to take the survey
Calgary eating disorders survey October 3, 2018
A research study at the Alberta Children’s Hospital is examining the perception patterns of community physicians in identifying, managing and referring patients with eating disorders. You are invited you to participate in this study by completing a survey.