The FNHA Panorama Team at the Sage Gathering, May 2019
About PanoramaFirst Nations Panorama ProgramPanorama Guides and Resources
Panorama is an integrated, electronic public health records system. The system is used in BC public health by health professionals to support the management of communicable diseases, outbreaks, immunizations and vaccine inventory.
The First Nations Panorama Program allows public health partners to more effectively share and manage public health information and support clients’ circle of care.
Working closely with BC provincial and Yukon partners, the Panorama Implementation and Support Team works to ensure that the needs of nurses working in First Nations health service organizations are represented at every level of governance.
Through the Panorama Public Health Surveillance System, the FNHA is working to ensure that there is timely, accurate and useful public health and CD surveillance, and research and data collection systems for on-reserve First Nations. This and other electronic systems are designed to improve decision-making and, ultimately, lead to better health care and health outcomes for First Nations.
For a complete description of program objectives and components, see Panorama Public Health System Implementation and Supports in the FNHA Programs and Services Guide.
Panorama guides and resources are located on the FNHA Nursing Resources site in the Gathering Space. This site requires access and login.
To request access to the site, please complete the Request Form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
For help accessing, navigating and use the site, see the How-To Guide.
Email: email@example.comPhone (toll-free): 1-844-364-2232, option 6