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To further realize our vision of A Healthier World, UHN is embarking on a multi-year initiative to reimagine how we deliver patient care, clinical education, and research by unleashing the power of a new health information system (HIS).
A synapse is a spark in the brain that makes it possible for us to move muscles and form memories. UHN’s clinical transformation will be like rewiring our collective brain to improve communication within a patient’s circle of care, and the actions we take and decisions we make when delivering patient care, clinical education, and research.
Strategic priority in action
One of the
strategic priorities set out in our 2019-2023 strategic plan, is unleash the power of technology and innovation. Healthcare is on the cusp of a seismic shift largely driven by technology. Clinical Transformation at UHN will be supercharged by technology and innovation – in the form of a new health information system (HIS).
Safety, access, single source of truth
A new health information system (HIS) will enable greater patient safety. It will give patients and their circle of care faster and more reliable access to information about their medical journey. Plus, there will be a single of truth about that journey. No more repeating information, waiting for information to be input, or disconnects between services.
Collaboration and cooperation
Large-scale transformations such as Synapse have multiple stakeholders, including patients and families, frontline clinicians, corporate and technology support services, hospital leadership, and donors, to name a few. Together, through continuous and thoughtful communication, collaboration and cooperation, we will reshape the future of health care at UHN and beyond.
SynapseClinical Transformation at UHN
SynapseTransforming care, education, and research