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.
A pick-list of standard CIHI language codes used in home and continuing care settings.
Medications commonly prescribed in home and continuing care settings.
Learn about CIHI’s partnership with interRAI, the new integrated interRAI suite of assessment instruments and how organizations will be able to submit data from the new suite to CIHI.
Suggested learning pathways for the interRAI instrument in continuing care.
Quick Stats are a series of free, publicly available reports that provide aggregate-level data about health care in Canada.
A study that sought out health system leaders in Canada who have made demonstrable progress in adopting the population health approach.
eReports for the Continuing Care Reporting System (CCRS) and Home Care Reporting System (HCRS) provides secure, web-based access to data.
Overview of CIHI's Home Care Reporting System.
The Trends in Income-Related Health Inequalities in Canada project examines whether health gaps between lower- and higher-income individuals have changed over time.
Visit CIHI's online store for the Resource Utilization Group, version III Home Care (RUG-III-HC) Grouping Methodology: Flowcharts and SAS Code, HCRS Version, 2010–2011 manual.
An update to selected indicators previously featured in Giving Birth in Canada: A Regional Profile.
Selected health care and health status indicators for Canada's mothers and infants.
Ethnicity and immigration experiences are both important issues to consider when examining the social determinants of women's health.
A summary of the report Improving the Health of Canadians, which examines factors that affect health and implications of policy choices on health.
Improving the Health of Canadians 2004 focuses on income, early childhood development, Aboriginal people and obesity.
This report examines factors that affect health and how to improve health, with a focus on income, early childhood development, Aboriginal people and obesity.