Here, you’ll find the most recent CADTH reports and resources on topics related to digital health. From clinical applications of artificial intelligence, to the provision of health care over the internet, to wearables that track and transmit health information, these innovations are changing medicine — potentially increasing access to health care and making it more convenient for patients.
For the purpose of organizing content into the Telemedicine and Telehealth categories, these terms are defined as:
This field is rapidly evolving, and this bundle will be regularly updated as new evidence becomes available.
This summary tool summarizes findings from a literature review that evaluated the published evidence on artificial intelligence (AI) for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health illnesses. It also summarizes findings on the clinical effectiveness of AI applications, purpose of use, patient populations, primary users, and related evidence-based guidelines.
This summary tool summarizes findings from an Environmental Scan that explored the types of artificial intelligence (AI) emerging or currently in use in mental health. The summary also includes information on AI research and development initiatives (across Canada and internationally), and policy considerations for AI as they relate to mental health.
(Hospital News article, January 2022)
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Hospital News article, June 2021
Hospital News article, April 15, 2021
Webinar, November 2020