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Access to many of the services listed below is limited to organizations that submit data to CIHI: local health integration networks (LHINs), regional health authorities (RHAs), provincial/territorial ministries of health and others as authorized.
Data Standards and Coding
Search for an answer or submit your questions about CIHI’s programs and products.
Access the DAD and NACRS abstracting manuals and related items (Core Plan members).
View coding guidelines for all data elements, data submission procedures and general information on the OTR Comprehensive Data Set.
Use this secure and timely method to send data files to CIHI over the internet.
Submit data or run statistical and summary reports in real time.
Securely and anonymously share, analyze and discuss medication/IV fluid incidents.
CORR is a national information system for organ failure that collects information on end-stage renal disease, organ transplants and organ donation in Canada. You can submit data securely to CIHI using this data form.
Post Data Submission Reports
Data Reporting Tools
Access free, publicly available aggregate-level health system data from a variety of data sources.
Access enriched, facility-identifiable data from several of our data holdings in a web-based analytical environment.
Log in to download files in various formats upon notification from CIHI.
Securely access drug claims data and comparative drug coverage information.
Performance Measurement Tools
Access aggregate-level data available as either pre-formatted tables or interactive data that can be printed and exported.
Find information about health indicators, including their definitions, methodologies and results.
Compare international indicator results from Canada’s provinces with those from OECD countries.
Understand how well your health system is performing with comparative results for 5 areas.
View comparable and interactive data for Canadians on more than 45 indicators at national, provincial/territorial, regional and facility levels. More than 600 Canadian hospitals and 1,200 long-term care facilities can be examined.
Health care providers and analysts can use this analytical tool to dig deeper into indicator results. Login required.
Use this interactive report to monitor progress as provinces work to reduce wait times and meet evidence-based benchmarks for priority procedures in Canada.