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Driver’s Medical Examination Report – Portal Focus Group. Virtual Engagement.



Commitment: Short-term

Connection method: Virtual

Open to Provincial Region, Patient partners across BC


To help keep British Columbia’s roads safe, RoadSafetyBC assesses the medical fitness of drivers and decides about licensing through the Driver Medical Fitness (DMF) program. The Driver Medical Fitness Transformation project will deliver a complete digital enhancement of the current DMF Program, including a new case management system and three portals (i.e. Medical Practitioners, Drivers, Partner).

RoadSafetyBC is developing a driver portal. The portal allows drivers who register to self-serve many of their information requests about their DMF case history, including retrieving previously issued correspondence and viewing lists of outstanding submission requirements.

RoadSafetyBC is seeking feedback from driver’s who would require a Driver’s Medical Examination Report who would be interested in providing feedback of the driver portal features and functionality.

Level of Engagement

This opportunity is at the level of Consult on the IAP2 Spectrum of Public Participation.


  • Have access to technology and the internet to participate in the engagement opportunity
  • Comfortable using technology to attend online/virtual meetings
  • The time to participate in the engagement opportunity
Patient Partners ARE required to be PVN members to participate in this engagement opportunity.


We are seeking up to 5 patient partners to participate in this focus group session which will take place on August 2, 11am to 12:00pm.

Health Care Partner Contact Information

Tanya Riemann Senior UX Designer - Quartech, RoadSafetyBC | Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General (250) 883-6908

From Our Community

Karla Warkotsch

Patient Experience Consultant – Interior Health

Karla Warkotsch

The question I like to ask health care employees is ‘Who is this for?’ and ‘Do we have the right people at the table?’ As a health care employee, I see how easy it is to fall into doing for, rather than doing with patients. The voices of the patient, family and caregiver are essential to ensure the patient is central to the direction and focus of the work being done.