Step-by-step instructions on how to request Analyst or Information Consumer access to CIHI Portal or to change one's type of access.
The following tables provide a list of indicators and contextual measures that will be updated in the Your Health System fall release.
Methodological notes for the data tables on interprovincial comparisons of fees paid for physicians' services.
Methodological notes for data tables on the supply, distribution and migration of physicians in Canada.
Methodological notes for data tables on payments to physicians and service utilization.
An overview of clinical quality indicators for home care, developed by interRAI, that are now reported by CIHI.
How many physicians are there in Canada? What are their average gross payments? How old is the average physician? Discover more about Canada’s doctors in our annual update.
CCRS Quick Stats provide a profile of residents of submitting residential care and hospital-based continuing care facilities in 2016–2017.
HCRS Quick Stats provide a profile of clients who received long-term home care services from publicly funded programs in participating jurisdictions in 2016–2017.
This edition highlights upcoming changes to CJRR, the data submission deadlines, and developments coming in 2018–2019 and beyond.
Updated DAD and NACRS data for 2016–2017, new NACRS data for 2017–2018, DAD and NACRS regrouped 2012–2013 to 2015–2016 historical data, DAD and NACRS regrouped 2016–2017 open-year data, DAD and NACRS annual changes, and new DAD and NACRS Statistical Area Classification (SAC Type) attributes.
Release of NRS 2016–2017 Q4 data
New DAD data for 2017–2018, updated DAD and NACRS data for 2016–2017 (including updated 2016–2017 open-year data regrouped to the 2017 methodologies), updated NACRS data for 2017–2018 and updated CAPHC-CPDSN attributes
Information on the CCQI project, which supports centres across Canada in their quality improvement efforts.
Explore information about seniors in continuing care over time and across care settings.
Explore information about seniors assessed in home care and residential care across health regions using 40 measures over time.
Explore historic and projected changes in Canada’s seniors population.
Additional methodological information is available to help you understand and interpret the analysis in these web tools.
These web tools, and the accompanying analysis, can help you better understand the seniors population in Canada’s publicly funded continuing care system.
With this series of products and tools, we want to better understand how Canada’s seniors transition from living independently to receiving continuing care services.