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Documentation used for data submissions.
Demographic, administrative and clinical data on all admissions to specialized trauma centres in participating provinces.
Includes demographic, diagnostic and procedural information on all admissions to acute care hospitals because of injury.
Examines the privacy, confidentiality and security risks associated with the Clinical Administrative Databases (CAD): the Discharge Abstract Database (DAD), Hospital Morbidity Database (HMDB) and National Ambulatory Care Reporting System (NACRS).
Deceased organ donor potential, 2014.
Measuring Patient Harm in Canadian Hospitals
These guidelines outline the general format and content of reports that can be created in the NRS eReports environment. With the help of this guide, facilities can enhance the use of their created reports for policy development and decision-making in rehabilitation.
Chapter 4 of Health Care in Canada, 2012.
Guidelines for the alternate level of care (ALC) system classification applied when there is a mismatch between care needs and service resources in that setting.
Canadian Patient Cost Database (CPCD) data submission specifications, effective June 2014.
Chapter 2 of Health Care in Canada, 2012.
Examines the privacy, confidentiality and security risks associated with the NRS.
This report describes how the indicators were selected, why they are important to Canadians and to our health systems, and what progress has been made to date on their development.
Hospital Standardized Mortality Ratio: Technical Notes (HSMR)
Technical notes on health inequalities for hospitalization rates for opioid poisonings, day surgery rates for dental caries in children, and hospitalization rates for COPD.
This companion report describes the progress made to date on indicator development and reporting, and how to interpret indicator results, which are based on 2018–2019 data.
Provides methodological details of the clinical Health System Performance indicators.
This guide brings together the basic requirements for coding with the Canadian Classification of Health Interventions (CCI) along with the finer points on commonly encountered challenges.
This report outlines CIHI's strategic activities and outcomes from the second quarter of 2019–2020, and provides the financial highlights and statements.
Details of how CIHI will use its financial and human resources to successfully complete its priority initiatives in 2019–2020.