Diabetic Retinopathy Screening (TDRD) is a service deployed in the James Bay Cree region since 2013 and in two CLSCs in the Montreal region since 2014. A proposal for a provincial model has been submitted to the MSSS, which has prioritized and wants to implement it across the province.
Here is the recording of this conference luncheon* (April 16, 2019), that presents : the concept, the clinical model, the results and benefits with a few outlines of the provincial model.
We invite you to listen to this interview with Johanne Morel and Johanne Desrochers on the topic of telemedicine. Relevant and always topical, it puts the position of health care professionals in Northern Quebec into perspective.
Dr. Morel, a paediatrician at the Montreal Children’s Hospital, describes the role of telemedicine in the health program of the North. Johanne Desrochers, Associate Director of RUIS McGill Telehealth, presents the various telehealth projects and major medical applications of telemedicine available. She concludes by outlining the main challenges to implementing the telehealth program in remote regions.
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