Suggested Learning and Development for the interRAI instrument in continuing care.
This information sheet provides an overview of the Resource Utilization Groups version 3 home care (RUG-III HC) grouping methodology.
An overview of clinical quality indicators for home care, developed by interRAI, that are now reported by CIHI.
With this series of products and tools, we want to better understand how Canada’s seniors transition from living independently to receiving continuing care services.
CIHI is developing a new reporting system that will manage the information captured by organizations using interRAI’s new integrated suite of assessments.
This document provides an overview of the interRAI Contact Assessment (CA) instrument and how the Home Care Reporting System and interRAI CA data can be used.
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.
This information sheet provides an overview of CIHI's Home Care Reporting System (HCRS) and how the RAI-HC and HCRS data can be used.
This information sheet provides an overview of CIHI's Continuing Care Reporting System (CCRS) and how the RAI-MDS 2.0 and CCRS data can be used.
The 2017–2018 specifications apply as of April 1, 2017, for data collection. The Home Care Reporting System and HCRS — Contact Assessment will be ready to receive data as of June 5, 2017.
Common clinical coding questions that are asked by clients to CIHI staff.
Use CIHI/interRAI assessment information.
Use quality indicators to support improvement initiatives.
A case study focusing on the NorWest Community Health Centres program, which addresses the health and social needs of rural and remote residents.
A review of the burden of falls and prevention strategies across Canada.
A case study of The Ottawa Hospital and Ottawa Inner City Health shows the use of the population health approach to improve the health of the homeless population.
How health care data flows through CIHI and Canada's health systems.
A study that sought out health system leaders in Canada who have made demonstrable progress in adopting the population health approach.