November 2, 2016 News
InputHealth successfully received $110,000 of funding from National Research Council Canada’s Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) grant.
Funding received will help make important enhancements to InputHealth’s core solution offering, the Collaborative Health Record (CHR). This will include increased patient-facing features, and help grow their team in Hamilton.
“InputHealth looks forward to utilizing the federal government’s assistance in further enhancing our CHR platform,” said CMO Dr. Puneet Seth. “CHR was designed to enable improved access to care, including through enhanced remote delivery of care and access to patient data–all of which is in line with Ontario’s Patients First Act.”
National Research Council Canada’s IRAP provides financial support to qualified small and medium-sized enterprises in Canada to help them undertake technology innovation.
Congratulations to the InputHealth team!