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Face to Face or Remote Counselling? MyOutcomes Client Level Access

| February 27, 2015

Whether face-to-face counselling is the best way to treat patients, or newer, technology enabled techniques like tele-psychiatry or web-based counselling (remote counselling) can work just as well is an ongoing debate. But one thing that can be said without a doubt and substantiated with facts, is that the popularity of telephone and web-based talk therapy […]

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Commonly cited barriers to implementation

| October 18, 2012

It’s easy for us humans to blame the cold, unfeeling machine whenever we struggle to get over the learning curve that comes with mastering new technology. But when researchers from the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas studied barriers to implementing computerized decision support systems in clinical practice, they discovered that many of […]

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iPad Solves “The Clipboard Quandary”

| July 11, 2012

The clipboard is one of the most familiar, if old-fashioned, of health-care accessories. But with the current push to abandon paper processes in favour of more streamlined electronic solutions, they’re an obvious target for high-tech replacements. Ninety-eight percent of health-care professionals now use mobile devices to support personal and professional workflow, according to a recent […]

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