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Health indicators 2004 / Canadian institute for health information.
Ottawa : CIHI;Statistics Canada, 2004, 24 p. (25/06/2004)
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Health status
Quality of health care and services
Health status indicators
Health determinants
Public health expenditures
Health professionals
Health care systems

Résumé :

" Health Indicators " Project, developing and providing a broad range of indicators for health regions across the country. As in previous years, " Health Indicators " (released as a companion to the " Health Care in Canada 2004 " report), includes the most recent available information about the health care system, the health status, and the determinants of health for Canada.s largest regions covering approximately 95% of the population, as well as for provinces and territories. In this edition, we introduce an indicator related to quality of care in acute care institutions, namely hip fractures that occur in hospital. Also new for this release is a primer on how to make sense of an indicator. In this feature, the key role played by the Health Indicators Framework in interpreting the data is illustrated.

Language : Anglais
Book type : STATS
Doc n° : 17361 ISBN / ISSN : 1-55392-412-6
NumRec : 1736103
See also
    Monographie : Indicateurs de santé 2004 / Institut canadien d'information sur la santé ; Statistique Canada. -Ottawa : L'ICIS, 2004. - 24 p.
    ISBN 1-55392-413-4

    Monographie : Health indicators 2003 / Canadian institute for health information. -Ottawa : CIHI;Statistics Canada, 2003. - 24 p.
    ISBN 1-55392-193-3

    Monographie : Indicateurs de santé 2003 / Institut canadien d'information sur la santé ; Statistique Canada. -Ottawa : L'ICIS, 2003. - 24 p.
    ISBN 1-55392-211-5



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