The new Karaoke System at hospitals is more efficient, according to health officials.
The system now allows the hospital to record and send video to the hospital, where patients can see the recorded performances.
Health officials say it also reduces time spent on paper, saving time that could be spent on waiting for medical exams and surgeries.
In addition, it allows hospitals to monitor a patient’s progress, so that when they go home they can check in on him.
The system is expected to be operational in about six months.
Karaoke systems have been around for decades, but have not been widely used for health care.
But in recent years, they have become increasingly popular in Canada.
New York City’s first hospital, the Mount Sinai Medical Center, has installed the system, with plans to install about 100 in all.
It was introduced in the 1980s to reduce waiting times for patients undergoing surgery.
And hospitals in California and New York have installed systems, too.
However, in Canada, hospitals have been reluctant to install them.
In the past, they said, they would have to pay for their own software and equipment to do the job.
Health Canada has been considering a system similar to the one in Ontario.