Methodology notes on average primary health care team effectiveness scores based on vision, participative safety, task orientation and support for innovation.
CIHI has identified and updated two sets of priority primary health care (PHC) indicators: one set for policy-makers and one set for PHC providers.
Data on adults with chronic health conditions who received self-management support from their primary health care provider.
An information sheet describing CIHI's goals and plans to address improvements to primary health care.
Data on adults who reported that the services offered by the place they go to for primary health care meet their needs.
To improve the overall performance of health care systems, an understanding of wait times beyond the five priority areas and across the health care continuum is required.
Over the past decade, significant efforts have been made in Canada to increase health care resources, with the goal of improving access.
Chapter 2 of Health Care in Canada, 2012.
Chapter 3 of Health Care in Canada, 2012.
Chapter 4 of Health Care in Canada, 2012.
The second version of the Primary Health Care Electronic Medical Record Content Standard is increasingly being used in EMR applications to support PHC delivery and improved health system management.
The business view is intended for clinicians, health system decision-makers, vendors and researchers. It articulates the business need, scope, use and anticipated benefits of the Primary Health Care Electronic Medical Record Content Standard Priority Subset.
Information on pathways of stroke care in Ontario over a four-year period, following individuals being treated for stroke across hospital settings.
How to use and understand incident reporting data.
The most recent indicator results, plus the introduction of a suite of new acute care readmission indicators, and three new indicators focusing on avoidable mortality.
Report on the National System for Incident Reporting long-term care pilot test.
Get an overview of health care use and resource demands. As questions rise about the sustainability of our health care systems in Canada, it is important to identify what our uses and needs are. By analyzing current health care data, we can ensure resources are being used in the best way possible.
Access submission reports for many of CIHI’s data holdings securely and quickly.
This report focuses on disparities in primary health care by examining differences in access, use and appropriateness of primary health care for Canadians who have ambulatory care sensitive conditions.
Examines the impact of a growing senior population on health care systems and considers ways in which systems may need to adapt in the future.