Alcohol harm — the negative consequences of alcohol consumption — is a serious and growing health concern and a leading cause of injury and death in Canada. Learn more.
Technical specifications for interRAI's standardized outputs from CIHI's Continuing Care Reporting System.
Frequently asked questions about clinical coding in continuing and residential care.
Data submission specification changes for 2016–2017 for CIHI's Continuing Care Reporting System.
A quick reference guide on accessing and using RUG Weighted Patient Day (RWPD) reports.
Resource materials for Resource Utilization Group, version III and RUG Weighted Patient Days, including frequently asked questions.
A study that sought out health system leaders in Canada who have made demonstrable progress in adopting the population health approach.
A summary of the differences between the Resource Utilization Group, version III 44-group and 34-group methodologies.
Examples of residential care episodes captured in RWPD reports..
A job aid describing how to document the number of medications (Section O1) in continuing and residential care.
A job aid describing how to document activities of daily living (Section G1) in continuing and residential care.
A job aid describing how to document therapies (Section P1b) in continuing and residential care.
A job aid describing how to document nursing rehabilitation or restorative care (Section P3) in continuing and residential care.
A job aid describing how to document devices and restraints (Section P4) in continuing and residential care.
A technical description of the risk-adjustment methodology used for Continuing Care Reporting System quality indicators.
The Trends in Income-Related Health Inequalities in Canada project examines whether health gaps between lower- and higher-income individuals have changed over time.
A technical document describing how RUG-III (44-group) Case Mix Index values are calculated.
An update to selected indicators previously featured in Giving Birth in Canada: A Regional Profile.
Selected health care and health status indicators for Canada's mothers and infants.
Ethnicity and immigration experiences are both important issues to consider when examining the social determinants of women's health.