Press Release – U of T and partner hospitals are improving patient care with new data tools

“We are extremely fortunate in this region to have the calibre of people and the research infrastructure of the TAHSN network. This work gives patients access to the latest therapies and enables clinicians to benefit from the latest knowledge,” says Timothy Chan, Canada Research Chair in Novel Optimization and Analytics in Health, and associate vice-president and vice-provost, strategic initiatives at the University of Toronto.

“Governments understand the importance of health to a country’s security and economy and are increasingly relying on our hospital researchers to identify new treatments and efficient ways to ensure they reach patients,” he says.

Full article at: Globe and Mail