Virtual care connects. No matter where you are. No matter who you are.     

Imagine a world where your doctor is 600 km away . You need to take time off work, away from your family, to travel to have a chronic condition checked on.


Missed appointments due to transportation, whether it be about time, cost or mobility, are a reality for many Canadians.

Emerging virtual care solutions are bridging the physical divide between health care providers and patients, making access to quality care easier , no matter where you are. While the efficiencies these solutions offer are incredibly convenient for some, they could be lifesaving for others.


When care is easier, everyone benefits.

Clinicians can provide better care. Care facilities can discharge patients sooner, reduce admission and readmission rates, emergency room visits and the overall cost of care. Patients feel empowered and more in control of their health.

Joule fuels innovative solutions by removing barriers to physician-led innovation so concepts can be implemented, scaled up and adopted.

Does this seem like science fiction to you? It’s already happening.

See what solutions are improving care:

Cloud DX Connected Health is an all-in-one cloud-based system that collects and monitors vitals with outstanding accuracy, whether they’re taken in the exam room or at home daily. Ideal for monitoring chronic conditions.


Reacts is a rich, integrated, collaborative platform that enables secure communication and interaction amongst health care professionals and their patients. Allows video conferencing, file sharing and remote teaching.


Using tablets in the waiting room and secure, emailed forms and messages, the Ocean platform for patient engagement gives you a better way to collect information from your patients

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What others are saying

“For more than a year now, Joule has been focused on the virtues of virtual care and how we can help physicians, and health care institutions and systems adopt virtual care solutions to improve access to health care for all Canadians.”

— Lindee David