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This summary of changes to plan information is provided for federal, provincial and territorial public drug benefit plans and programs for jurisdictions providing data to the NPDUIS Database.
This document contains information intended to support the interpretation of drug-utilization data and improve the understanding of the administration of public drug plans across Canada.
CIHI produces annual data quality reports to assess the contribution of each province and territory to 13 of CIHI's data domains.
Provides information on the quality of the National Ambulatory Care Reporting System database for a given fiscal year
Provides information on the quality of the Discharge Abstract Database for a given fiscal year
This supplemental toolkit provides in-depth summaries of all 28 core, foundational, supplemental and enabling capabilities. It is available on request by emailing email@example.com.
This toolkit accompanies CIHI’s governance and capability framework. It provides templates to help users start to build their health data information program with core and foundational capabilities.
This framework outlines the 28 capabilities — policies, processes and practices — and governance practices that health information organizations or networks can use to generate greater value from health data and information.
The Health Data and Information Governance and Capability Framework and companion toolkits will help health organizations start down their data and information governance path.
The NACRS Submission Manual provides a comprehensive description of the data submission process. This manual includes information that will assist facilities with data submission management.
The DAD Submission Manual provides a comprehensive description of the data submission process. This manual includes information that will assist facilities with data submission management.
Summary of data quality issues for the given fiscal year for the Hospital Morbidity Database (HMDB). This document contains information on HMDB coverage, non-response, etc. for 2018–2019.