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Comparisons of knee replacement surgeries

This analytical suite compares bilateral total knee replacements performed during separate surgeries (staged) and during the same surgery (simultaneously), with respect to patient characteristics, clinical outcomes and high-level system costs. It contains Canadian data from 2006–2007 to 2014–2015.

 

interRAI Toolkit

interRAI assessment standards are used by health organizations to assess people at the point of care. Information is captured in real time, which makes it easier for those who provide care to flag risks, supporting important clinical decisions about a person’s health. The same information can support decisions about program planning, resource allocation and funding.

CIHI has developed this toolkit of practical resources to use when implementing these standards

Acute and Ambulatory Care Data Content Standard

CIHI is leading an initiative to improve and standardize acute and ambulatory care data across the country, in alignment with government e-health programs. The Acute and Ambulatory Care (AAC) Data Content Standard will increase the availability of structured, comparable data to support priority information needs at the clinical and health system levels.

Learn more about the AAC Data Content Standard.

Video: Case Mix in Action

Case-mix methods group patients into statistically and clinically similar groups based on clinical and administrative data.

How are CIHI’s case-mix methodologies used by hospitals, health regions and ministries of health to help monitor and improve patient care?

Watch this video to see case mix in action.

Top reasons for hospitalizations and surgeries

This release includes a snapshot that provides key information on inpatient hospitalizations, surgeries, newborns and childbirth indicators in 2014–2015.

The data tables include the top 10 reasons for hospitalizations and surgeries; in-hospital births; and standardized hospitalization rates and average lengths of stay.

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