INTRODUCTION                          DATA TABLES and MAPS                          LIST of AVAILABLE INDICATORS

                                                                            ADDITIONAL RESOURCES                       CONTACT INFORMATION

 
 
 
INTRODUCTION

    Ontario Primary Care Needs, Use of Services, Providers, and Gaps in Care 2015/16 project


    Increased attention has been focused on primary care in recent years as a key strategy for health systems to achieve the "triple aim" of improving population health and patient experience at reasonable cost. Reforms to primary care in Ontario, Canada over the past decade and a half have included formal patient enrolment, blended capitation which has become the most common physician payment model, and the implementation of inter-professional teams.

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DATA TABLES and MAPS

    Download the Ontario Primary Care Needs, Use of Services, Providers, and Gaps in Care 2015/16 data and maps:

    Data Tables (Excel format)

 
 
 
LIST of AVAILABLE INDICATORS

    Health Care Need
    – Mental Health Disorders 2015/16 data:
    Neighbourhoods in LHIN 7 (Toronto Central and City of Toronto) and LHIN 8 (Central), Ontario Sub-Regions, Ontario LHINs
    – Community Business Intelligence (CBI) Centres Clients data:
    Neighbourhoods in LHIN 7 (Toronto Central and City of Toronto) and Ontario Sub-Regions
    – Low Income Measure (LIM) and Standardized ACG Morbidity Index (SAMI) data:
    Neighbourhoods in LHIN 7 (Toronto Central and City of Toronto)

    Health Care Use
    – Specialist visits, Emergency Department (ED) visits, and Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACSC) Hospitalizations:
    Neighbourhoods in LHIN 7 (Toronto Central and City of Toronto), Ontario Sub-Regions, and Ontario LHINs

    Providers
    – Primary Care Physicians belonging to any payment model: Ontario Sub-Regions

    Demographic characteristics of immigrants 2011/12 data
    – Proportion of immigrants
    – Years since immigration
    – World region of origin
    – Immigration category
    – English-speaking and Non-English speaking immigrants
    Neighbourhoods in LHIN 7 (Toronto Central and City of Toronto)

 
 
 
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
 
 
 
CONTACT INFORMATION

    E-mail: HealthProfiles@smh.ca

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    Ontario Community Health Profiles Partnership; www.ontariohealthprofiles.ca; Accessed on: July 18, 2018
     
     

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