The analysis included “don’t know” and “refusal” responses; the percentage of non-responses per chronic condition/survey question was less than 1% overall for all adults.
Percentage of Adults Age 45 to 64 and Seniors Who Reported Individual Chronic Conditions and the Percentage of All Adult Diagnoses From Adults Age 45 to 64 and Seniors, Canada (Crude Estimates) from Canadian Survey of Experiences With Primary Health Care, 2008, Statistics Canada; Canadian Institute for Health Information.
A technical document describing how RUG-III (44-group) Case Mix Index values are calculated.
The first version of the Primary Health Care Electronic Medical Record Content Standard, which supports the collection of standardized data through EMRs.
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 study showing the number of seniors with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or other dementia who receive long-term home care.
A study examining the prevalence of depression and the impact it has on persons living in residential care facilities.
A look at sepsis and opportunities for improvement when caring for patients with this highly complex and sometimes deadly condition.
This study measures access to and quality of care from a patient perspective across Canada's 10 provinces.
Characteristics of seniors age 75 and older who have been transferred from a continuing care setting and admitted to acute care.
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.
This analytical report measures the risk of a wide range of adverse events in Canadian health care delivery.
An initial report about the hospital standardized mortality ratio (HSMR) and its adaptation for use in Canada.