In celebration of Digital Health Week, CADTH is proud to share some of the evidence we have delivered to inform decisions about digital health technologies in categories that span artificial intelligence, smartphone apps, virtual care, and more.
Health technologies are a cornerstone of our health systems, and in the wake of COVID-19, decision-makers are rethinking how they prepare for innovation and the uncertainty that comes with rapid advances in health technologies. CADTH’s annual watch list identifies the emerging trends health system leaders need to know about today, so they can readily adapt tomorrow.
CADTH’s Canadian Medical Imaging Inventory (CMII) is Canada’s most comprehensive source of information on medical imaging capacity. The inventory offers insight on the integration of artificial intelligence into modalities such as CT, MRI, PET-CT, SPECT, and SPECT-CT.
CADTH Horizon Scans summarize “what we know so far” about new and developing health technologies that could substantially impact the delivery of health care over the next 2 to 3 years.
Health system leaders have an ongoing need for evidence to inform decisions about the integration of virtual care into the overall continuum of care. In a recent Hospital News article, CADTH authors discussed evidence-based guidelines for the appropriate use of virtual care in primary and specialty care.
Through our recently announced partnership with 5 global health technology assessment bodies, CADTH is advancing our international collaboration. A priority area for substantive work is digital health and artificial intelligence, where there is a critical need to understand regulatory developments and explore health technology assessment evidence requirements.
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