Divisions of Family Practice
With Divisions’ access to HDC Discover, you can now gain clear visibility of chronic disease trends to help you prioritize resources for your community.
Divisions regularly undertake various initiatives to address specific areas of patient care, such as patients with mental health and substance use challenges, COPD, or diabetes. With data insights from HDC Discover, Divisions can create patient support initiatives that are the most relevant to their Division, based on collective data from physicians’ EMRs, conveniently aggregated to a single view.
“I am excited to be part of the launch of division access to HDC Discover, as it will provide our division and our soon to be established Primary Care Network (PCN) with private, secure, and easy access to up-to-date primary care aggregate data from our six neighbourhoods. This data will help our PCN leadership decision-making on how to better support physicians and patients in our community.”
1,322 data contributions (MD’s, Nurse Practitioners)
340 clinic support users (coaches, office admin, DFP Staff, PCN Teams)
As of: September 1, 2022
With the launch of HDC Discover Division access, Divisions are able to access information about their communities quickly and efficiently.
Growing the HDC dataset across the province.
With the integration of 7 EMR solutions, HDC is well positioned to include more physicians. The graph shows an estimated percentage of patient lives covered within each Health Authority.
Have YOU registered your Division with HDC Discover yet?
Hover over map to see an estimated percentage of patient lives covered within each Health Authority.
“It’s easy to logon to HDC Discover and play around with it. I was able to see so much in regards to my own practice and how I was doing compared to my community as well as the province. It really has changed how I conduct quality improvement in my clinic. If I had to say one thing to my colleagues across BC it would be that if you spend a little time doing the work initially, the improvement in patient care and income will happen as well.”
Dr Omesh Syal,
family physician in Prince George