This framework sets out an approach to systematically assess, document and improve data quality for all of our data holdings.
This report summarizes the pre-conference survey results to assess priority areas for future indicator development and support for indicator retirement.
Preview indicators and contextual measures before they are released publicly.
This poster examines the effect of body mass index on Canadian inpatient rehabilitation outcomes after a stroke.
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 report highlights the key focus areas identified at the third national Consensus Conference on Health Indicators, held in 2009.
This report highlights objectives and activities of the fourth national Consensus Conference on Health Indicators, held in 2014.
An estimation of the increased mortality on weekends for heart attack and stroke patients due to reduced services, and an estimation of delays in services.
An examination of weekend versus weekday mortality and the weekend effect.
An introduction to CIHI's program of work on health system efficiency.
Results of a study of health system efficiency in Canada, shedding light on factors that help explain variations across health regions.
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.
This poster examines outcomes from inpatient rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury in Canada.