Survey administration standards, survey sampling information and CPES-IC training materials.
Five-step sampling methodology for the Canadian Patient Experiences Survey — Inpatient Care (CPES-IC).
This data provides a profile of clients in home care 2014-2015.
Summary of the preliminary core patient-reported experience measures (PREMs) survey, technical summaries and notes.
Information sheet on PREMs, which allow for pan-Canadian benchmarking and comparisons to identify potential areas for quality improvement.
This data provides a profile of residents in continuing care facilities 2014-2015.
This data provides a profile of residents in hospital-based continuing care 2014-12015.
An analysis of factors that predict the likelihood of returning home from inpatient rehabilitation following a hip fracture repair using data from the National Rehabilitation Reporting System (NRS) and the Discharge Abstract Database (DAD).
Information sheet on the CPERS and patient-reported experience measures (PREMs).
A review of the burden of falls and prevention strategies across Canada.
Backgrounder on the Canadian Patient Experiences Survey — Inpatient Care (CPES-IC) and its value in helping hospitals inform the delivery of patient-centred care.
Frequently asked questions and survey support documentation for the Canadian Patient Experiences Survey.
This data provides a profile of clients in home care 2012-2013.
How health care data flows through CIHI and Canada's health systems.
Provides general data quality reference information on home care data submitted to CIHI in 2012.
This data provides a profile of residents in continuing care facilities 2013-2014.
Standardized capture and use of data from clients in rehabilitation improves health outcomes and enables evidence-based decision-making at all levels of the health system.
Learn how to use the Method for Assigning Priority Levels tool for clients needing community- or facility-based services.
Prioritizes the need for and urgency of a comprehensive follow-up home care assessment.
Prioritizes referrals to home care agencies or for specialized services, and predicts hospital stays or alternate level of care stays.