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How physicians are distributed in Canada, and how physicians in communities of different sizes differ on several demographic characteristics.
Trends in inpatient hospitalizations and day surgery visits in Canada in 2003–2004 and 2004–2005.
An analysis of emergency departments: who is accessing them and when, how long patients wait to see a physician and how long their visits take.
How family doctors' billing practices and the family practice environment changed over 10 years.
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.
Trends in birthing and maternity and infant care, and the changing scope of practice for care providers.
Variations in coding after research identified changes in CIHI's acute care data.
Inpatient hospitalizations in an acute care facility in Canada in 2000–2001.
Trends affecting the physician workforce in the 1990s and how policy decisions may also affect physician supply levels in Canada.
Explore Canadian health care and compare interactive data by hospital, long-term care organization, region and more
Your Health System: In Brief is an interactive health information tool that explores the five themes that Canadians told us were the most important.
Tracy Johnson, CIHI's director of Health System Analysis and Emerging Issues, discusses the survey's key findings for access to specialist care for Canadian seniors in this video.
Tracy Johnson, CIHI's director of Health System Analysis and Emerging Issues, discusses the survey's key findings for the use of publicly-funded home care services by Canadian seniors.
Tracy Johnson, CIHI's director of Health System Analysis and Emerging Issues, discusses the survey's findings for the views of Canadian seniors on medical assistance in dying in this video.
Tracy Johnson, CIHI's director of Health System Analysis and Emerging Issues, discusses the survey's key findings regarding the mental health of Canadian seniors in this video.
Part of our Measuring Health Inequalities: A Toolkit, this video shows how measuring inequalities across population subgroups is fundamental for supporting health systems in their work to reduce health inequities.