These tables contain 2013 and 2015 data used in the OECD Interactive Tool: International Comparisons.
CIHI provides this data to facilitate health system research and analysis.
Information on payments to physicians and service utilization. The latest metrics and indicators are for 2015–2016, and data goes as far back as 1996–1997.
Information on the number of physicians and their distribution across Canada, including demographic, education and migration information for 2016, going as far back as 1968.
The tables include the Estimated Length of Stay (ELOS) and Weight indicators by methodology year, as well as a list of HIGs.
Interprovincial comparisons of fees paid for physicians' services.
Companion data tables for the report Trends in Income-Related Health Inequalities in Canada.
Comparing countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in the areas of medical services and non-medical determinants of health.
MIS Standards for 2016, including accounting principles and procedures, a national chart of accounts, statistical data collection, patient costing and cost allocation methods.
An examination of different indicators used to assess the level of health care utilization of different groups of patients.
Health personnel data grouped by province to facilitate provincial and national comparative analysis.
Trends in occupational therapist practice across a variety of demographic, education, mobility and employment characteristics.
Trends in physiotherapist practice across a variety of demographic, education, mobility and employment characteristics.
Aggregate, supply-based data and graduate information for 27 groups of health professionals for 15 years, by province/territory and by year.
MIS Standards for 2013, including accounting principles and procedures, a national chart of accounts, statistical data collection, patient costing and cost allocation methods.
The analysis included “don’t know” and “refusal” responses; the percentage of non-responses per chronic condition/survey question was less than 1% overall for all adults.
Percentage of Adults Age 45 to 64 and Seniors Who Reported Individual Chronic Conditions and the Percentage of All Adult Diagnoses From Adults Age 45 to 64 and Seniors, Canada (Crude Estimates) from Canadian Survey of Experiences With Primary Health Care, 2008, Statistics Canada; Canadian Institute for Health Information.