The admission, discharge and follow-up recording forms include all mandatory and optional data elements for the National Rehabilitation Reporting System (NRS) at CIHI.
The National Rehabilitation Reporting System (NRS) Data Quality Documentation provides users of NRS data with information on its history and composition, as well as on major limitations of the data and appropriate uses.
A summary of results from a reabstraction study on DAD data, providing an assessment of coding quality, with a particular focus on data used to measure patient safety.
Catalogue of patient safety information in CIHI's data holdings and publicly available products.
Measuring patient harm in Canadian hospitals to improve patient safety.
Hospital Harm measure definition, scope, data source and framework.
Frequently asked questions related to the Hospital Harm project, including information on the new measure, associated improvement resource and pan-Canadian findings.
Summary of data holding availability by jurisdiction and by year for all CIHI databases.
Information on the fitness of National Rehabilitation Reporting System (NRS) data for various uses.
Frequently asked questions about clinical coding in continuing and residential care.
Details of the interRAI Long-Term Care Facilities (LTCF) outcome scales used in the Continuing Care Reporting System (CCRS).
A description of the interRAI LTCF data element Activities of Daily Living (G1).
A description of the interRAI LTCF Medication Guidelines data element (N1).
A description of the interRAI LTC Functional Rehabilitation/Walking Program data element (O3e).
Benefits of the Hospital Harm project to patient safety.
A description of the interRAI LTCF Therapy Services data elements (O3 a–d, f, g).
A description of the interRAI LTCF Functional Restrictive Devices data element (O7).
Data quality and general reference information about data submitted to the Continuing Care Reporting System.
An analysis of the extent to which do-not-hospitalize and do-not-resuscitate advance directives are in place in Canada’s continuing care setting.