May 24, 2012
The most recent indicator results, plus the introduction of a suite of new acute care readmission indicators, and three new indicators focusing on avoidable mortality.
April 11, 2012
Get an overview of health care use and resource demands. As questions rise about the sustainability of our health care systems in Canada, it is important to identify what our uses and needs are. By analyzing current health care data, we can ensure resources are being used in the best way possible.
January 26, 2012
Report on hip and knee replacement procedures performed in Canada, by selected clinical and surgical parameters.
December 1, 2011
Examines the impact of a growing senior population on health care systems and considers ways in which systems may need to adapt in the future.
May 6, 2011
A technical document describing how RUG-III (44-group) Case Mix Index values are calculated.
December 16, 2010
Begins a conversation about the appropriateness of care in Canada.
August 31, 2010
The CJRR Web-Based Data Submission and Reports Tool allows participating surgeons to submit data directly to CJRR through a secure online platform.
August 18, 2010
Information on coverage, non-response, collection processes, data quality control, methodology changes and revision history.
December 21, 2009
A summary of the results of the third Consensus Conference on Health Indicators, held in March 2009.
October 29, 2009
Examines issues such as spending, policy, access and quality in the context of where the health system was 10 years previously, how things changed and issues on the horizon.
October 23, 2008
A review of seminal national and international health care research as it maps to health care priorities.
June 7, 2006
Information on what we know and don't know about the performance of Canada's health care systems and their resources.
Explore Canadian health care and compare interactive data by hospital, long-term care organization, region and more
Your Health System: In Brief is an interactive health information tool that explores the five themes that Canadians told us were the most important.