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YES Medical System

As your needs change, we ensure your system is changing with you. Our team of experts ensures that all parts of your medical workflow are integrated seamlessly. The company was accredited with the ISO 13485:2003 standard in April 2011. Physicians and medical staff are the driving force behind the development of our software.

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Online crime in Canada: Over 7 Million Canadians Hit By Cybercrime Last Year

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Setting up your medical practice in Ontario?

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YES Medical System Secure Against Heartbleed Vulnerability

In light of the recent Heartbleed exploit please be advised that your YES Medical System applications are secure. You can be assured that your electronic medical patient data is not affected, by the exploit, as YES Medical System does not use the free OpenSSL method to secure your critical and sensitive data. Click here for more information.

Survey reveals increase in use of EMR

The survey of nearly 8,500 primary care physicians in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States, finds that communication and teamwork across the health system is a challenge in all countries. In each, only a minority of primary care doctors reported always receiving timely information from specialist physicians after referring patients to them; in the U.S., just 11 percent of physicians said they had such information available when it was needed.

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New technology to give patients more control over information

Canadians afflicted with chronic diseases may have an easier time managing their medical information and how it's disseminated through the healthcare system in the future.

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