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New and salient information about the National Trauma Registry and Ontario Trauma Registry, as well as content relevant to the data quality, clinical or technical needs of stakeholders.
Begins a conversation about the appropriateness of care in Canada.
Use this secure method to send data files to CIHI.
Access the DAD and NACRS abstracting manuals and related items (Core Plan members).
NACRS Clinic Lite (HTML)
Canadian ambulatory clinics can use NACRS Clinic Lite for low-cost data collection and data reporting.
Detailed description of the data elements and submission requirements for the National Physician Database.
Data and information quality intrinsic to CIHI’s mandate: to inform public policy, support health care management and build public awareness about the factors that affect health.
A tool that allows users to explore health inequalities by year and changes over time at national and provincial levels.
Drug claims data and comparative drug coverage information can be accessed through this reporting application
Support Request (eQuery) (HTML)
Ask CIHI questions about data coding, data collection, data submission, data standards and data quality.
Two reports are available: Caring for Seniors With Alzheimer's Disease and Other Forms of Dementia and Supporting Informal Caregivers: The Heart of Home Care.
Disclosure of funding provided to student or supervisor to undertake specified research.
A descriptive analysis of patients hospitalized with major trauma in Ontario's 11 lead trauma hospitals.
Includes demographic, administrative and clinical data on all admissions to specialized trauma centres in participating provinces.
Includes demographic, diagnostic and procedural information on all admissions to acute care hospitals because of injury.
Examines the privacy, confidentiality and security risks associated with the CMDB.
Factors that can influence whether or not a family physician is accepting new patients, and how these differ.
This series of reports uses a combination of Statistics Canada Census of Population and Scott's Medical Database data to examine internal migration - the movement of health care workers within provinces or territories or from one province or territory to another.
How physicians are paid and the distribution of physicians by age, gender and specialty.
This 2008 chartbook offers an illustrative example of how primary health care information can be used to populate indicators on access, recommended care and organization/service delivery.