Is your clinic interested in taking part in a pilot project to automate care pathways within EMRs?

The groundbreaking initiative, a collaborative effort between Mikata and the Calgary and area Primary Care Networks, will see pathways integrated into everyday practice.

The pilot, which will focus on headache and migraine and maternity pathways, will start in June or July of 2024, with testing and feedback underway by August.

Funded through an Alberta Innovates grant, clinics are being sought that use Telus Med Access, PS Suite, or QHR Accuro. Enrolled clinics would be asked to offer feedback.

Physicians will receive remuneration for taking part.

Review this one-pager for more information. You can also fill out the form, or email [email protected].