Each year in Ontario, there are more than 37,000 transfers from hospital to Long-Term Care Homes (OLTCA, Aug 2022).  One of the keys to achieving high quality, seamless healthcare at these points of transition is through clear and timely communication of health information between facilities and healthcare team members.

Humber River Health is excited to announce that we are participating in a provincial initiative – Project AMPLIFI – which will digitally integrate the Long-Term Care Home’s electronic health record (EHR) with Humber River Health’s electronic health information system through a bi-directional data exchange.

Project AMPLIFI enables this data exchange using MEDITECH’s Traverse Exchange Canada network, creating a seamless communication exchange between physicians, nurses, and caregivers on both ends of the care continuum.  The goal of this instantaneous, secure transfer of patient health information is to reduce the delays in care, inconsistencies in patient information, unnecessary diagnostic tests, and readmissions to the Hospital.

More information on the Project AMPLIFI initiative:


Visit the provincial Project AMPLIFI website: (Our Solution – Project AMPLIFI (

Humber River Health respects our patient’s privacy.  If you would like to opt-out of all data exchange via the Traverse Exchange Canada network, please connect with our Privacy Team (