This report introduces the work undertaken to develop a new measure of hospital harm that is linked to evidence-informed practices.
This edition highlights recent changes to CJRR, the data submission deadlines and developments coming in 2016–2017 and beyond.
The CORR Web-Entry Form is an online tool that allows providers to securely submit data over the internet.
A list of dialysis centres in Ontario in 2016, including addresses, contact information, facility codes and more.
Tools and guidelines on submitting data to the Canadian Joint Replacement Registry.
CJRR Web-Based Data Submission and Reports Tool: User Manual.
Overview of hip and knee replacement statistics across Canada (e.g., frequency, standardized rates).
A suite of products that compares bilateral total knee replacements performed during separate surgeries (staged) and during the same surgery (simultaneously).
A study comparing the outcomes of each surgical approach: replacing both knees simultaneously or in separate surgeries.
An infographic from the study on outcomes for simultaneous and staged bilateral total knee replacement surgeries.
Data tables from the study on outcomes for simultaneous and staged bilateral total knee replacement surgeries, to help your research and analysis.
Information on the availability of 2014 CORR data and upcoming analytical products.
2014 data based on summary statistics received from nine organ procurement organizations across Canada.
2013 data based on summary statistics received from nine organ procurement organizations across Canada.
Key findings from the latest annual statistics from the Canadian Organ Replacement Register.
Visual of the rise of diabetes and kidney failure among seniors between 2005 and 2014.
An infographic produced by CIHI illustrating the organs required by Canadians in 2014.
Treatment of end-stage organ failure in Canada.
Annual statistics for activities and trends for Canadians who were treated for major organ failure.
An update from March 2016 on the supply and demand of organ donations. More than 4,500 Canadians are waiting for an organ transplant.