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.
An overview of the National System for Incident Reporting: objectives, attributes, key features and analytical capacity.
Seniors Who Reported Having at Least 1 of 11 Chronic Conditions (PPT)
The analysis included “don’t know” and “refusal” responses; the percentage of non-responses per chronic condition/survey question was less than 1% overall for all adults.
Percentage of Adults Age 45 to 64 and Seniors Who Reported Individual Chronic Conditions and the Percentage of All Adult Diagnoses From Adults Age 45 to 64 and Seniors, Canada (Crude Estimates) from Canadian Survey of Experiences With Primary Health Care, 2008, Statistics Canada; Canadian Institute for Health Information.
Information sheet highlighting public drug program spending on seniors, including the number and types of drugs used, with a focused analysis on potentially inappropriate drug use.
The first version of the Primary Health Care Electronic Medical Record Content Standard, which supports the collection of standardized data through EMRs.