New DAD data for 2017–2018, updated DAD and NACRS data for 2016–2017 (including updated 2016–2017 open-year data regrouped to the 2017 methodologies), updated NACRS data for 2017–2018 and updated CAPHC-CPDSN attributes
Information on the CCQI project, which supports centres across Canada in their quality improvement efforts.
CIHI’s requirements for collecting acute and ambulatory care data, for consideration and implementation in e-health systems.
Update on changes to data collection requirements for DAD and NACRS
The CIHI Portal User Guide is a reference document for all users to quickly learn how to use CIHI Portal’s features/functionalities or perform specific tasks.
Quick Stats for DAD/HMDB Hospitalization Rate, Average Length Of Stay, Top 10 High-Volume Inpatient Hospitalizations and Surgeries, and Hospital-Based Newborn Rate, 2015–2016.
Updated DAD and NACRS data for 2016–2017
An explanation of the ELOS calculation and the RIW calculation for typical and atypical acute care inpatient cases.
The tables include the Estimated Length of Stay (ELOS) and Weight indicators by methodology year, as well as a list of HIGs.
Number and percentage of induced abortions reported by Canadian hospitals and clinics in 2015–2016.
Instructions on how to order the Rehabilitation Minimum Data Set Manual from CIHI’s eStore.
Use this facility testing process to verify that updates to your systems meet CIHI's requirements for reporting to the Discharge Abstract Database and National Ambulatory Care Reporting System in 2017–2018. Job Aid
Measuring Patient Harm in Canadian Hospitals
The National Ambulatory Care Reporting System (NACRS) is routinely analyzed for data quality issues during the submission year and after database closure. Suspect findings are communicated back to the submitting facilities for investigation and correction while the database is still open for submission
The Discharge Abstract Database (DAD) is routinely analyzed for data quality issues during the submission year and after database closure. Suspect findings are communicated back to the submitting facilities for investigation and correction while the database is still open for submission
“Medical tourism” is the term commonly used to describe when people intentionally travel outside their home province or country to receive privatized medical care.
Inpatient rehabilitation clients reporting an improvement of pain at discharge.
Length of stay and length of stay efficiency of inpatient rehabilitation clients.
Median length of stay in inpatient rehabilitation.
Primary services referred to after discharge from inpatient rehabilitation.