Immunizations and Vaccine Preventable Diseases

April 23, 2015

This year’s annual report from the Office of the Chief Medical Health Officer is focused on vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs) and immunizations in Fraser Health. This information is intended to inform Fraser Health programs, health care providers, schools, nongovernmental organizations, and community partners.
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Finding Greater Value in Healthcare Transformation and Consumerism

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The Healthcare Performance Management Institute (HPMI), an independent research entity dedicated to providing research-based solutions, conducted a series of interviews with subject matter experts representing various segments of the healthcare industry...

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Healthcare Challenges and Trends

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Quality healthcare is one of the most important factors in how individuals perceive their quality of life. In most countries, alongside the economy, it is the major political issue. In some countries, the healthcare delivery organization is a part of the national identity. CGI believes it is time for a new enlightenment in every aspect of the healthcare ecosystem, where every player, from governments to enterprises to individuals, is involved in improving healthcare.

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Biopharmaceutical companies are aggressively pursuing strategies to remain competitive by developing and marketing innovative products. At the same time both the cost and practice of medicine are coming under increased scrutiny. With the needs of the health care system continuing to evolve, it has never been more important for companies to proactively demonstrate the impact of their treatments across a broader set of stakeholders.

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Emerging M2M Communications in Medical Devices

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The world appears to have shrunk into a virtual ball. People are getting connected through devices; machines are getting connected; and today, even homes are getting connected. Everything in the world is getting connected. So, what about medical devices? Well, they too are.

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Patient Engagement: Why it matters now more than ever

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With a variety of technological advances, patient relationship management is now easier and more critical than ever before. Patients use technology daily to learn, to communicate, and to keep track of their health. Now is the time to get on board.

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