Emergency department visits in Canada in 2014–2015.
Instructions on how to use the v2015 CIHI Publish Shadow Files and how to merge them with the v2015 classifications.
Overview of hip and knee replacement statistics across Canada (e.g., frequency, standardized rates).
Aligned with the Health System Performance Measurement Framework, this aligns sectorial and organizational frameworks to demonstrate overall system performance.
Interprovincial comparisons of fees paid for physicians' services.
A Public Summary on joint replacements in Canada, key findings from the Canadian Joint Replacement Registry 2015 Annual Report.
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.
Information on the quality of the data file for the relevant fiscal year.
Promotes Classifications and Terminologies activities, upcoming education courses, coding questions, topical data quality initiatives and more.
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.
Background information on PROMs, including Canadian and international PROMs programs and considerations for implementing PROMs.
Summary of presentations and discussions from the 2015 CIHI PROMs Forum.
Summary of the benefits of PROMs and next steps for CIHI to support advancing PROMs in Canada.
HCRS Quick Stats provide a profile of clients who received long-term home care services from publicly funded programs in participating jurisdictions in 2013–2014.
CIHI's Quick Stats reflecting all trauma-related hospitalizations.
This edition highlights recent changes within CJRR, year-end data submission deadlines and other coming developments in 2015–2016.
CIHI's Quick Stats on all trauma-related emergency department visits.
Information sheet on the CPERS and patient-reported experience measures (PREMs).
An examination of different indicators used to assess the level of health care utilization of different groups of patients.