CIHI has an extensive program of work that meets the rising interest in comparing the performance of Canada’s health systems with those in comparable peer countries so we can provide answers to questions such as
- How does Canada fare in relation to international benchmarks and targets?
- Which countries have the best results, and what can we learn from them?
Got coding questions? Register today for our new web conference — In the Spotlight: Diagnosis Clusters/Sepsis/Alternate Level of Care — to learn more about how to apply diagnosis clusters, how to decipher sepsis and associated terminology and how diagnosis clusters and sepsis relate to health indicators, as well as about diagnosis codes for alternate level of care. Join us on March 6, 2017, 1 to 2:30 p.m. ET.
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Over the past few years, CIHI has been proud to play a role in helping Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences integrate the RAI into its electronic health record.
Watch Making a Difference at Ontario Shores to learn more.
How many occupational therapists currently work in Canada? Have more pharmacists joined Canada’s workforce? What is the gender split of physiotherapists? Learn more about these professionals, plus medical radiation and medical laboratory technologists, in our 2015 Health Workforce Information data release.
One way that we ensure quality — and that we are a trusted source of data — is through collaboration with our data suppliers. In addition, we produce annual data quality reports to assess the contribution of each province and territory to 11 of our databases. These reports are shared with the deputy ministers of health and key jurisdictional representatives from across the country. This reference guide describes the indicators and methodology used in these reports.
Learn how our new mandate emphasizes our responsibility to provide comparable, actionable information that will accelerate improvements in health care, health system performance and population health in Canada.
The annual report provides an overview of the organization, its corporate achievements of the past fiscal year, the priorities for the upcoming year and a summary of the audited financial statements.
Comparative expenditure data at the provincial/territorial and international levels, and Canadian health spending trends from 1975 to the present.
Building on consultations with our priority audiences, this plan is a rolling picture of our new analytical projects, including new indicators and reports over the next 2 years.
The Products and Services Guide helps our customers and stakeholders obtain relevant information about the products and services that we offer.