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According to Canadian Institute for Health Information data for 2012, Alberta reported the following active transplant waitlists (active means the person is able to receive a transplant at any time):
The Canadian Institute for Health Information has published new data that suggests people who have metal-on-metal hip implants are more likely than those with the metal-on-plastic type to need a replacement within five years.
Although the Canadian Institute for Health Information would suggest that the growth in healthcare spending has slowed, it is obvious that curtailing costs with a focus on physician compensation, hospital spending and drug costs will continue to be our reality for the foreseeable future.
6) The Canadian Institute for Health Information is a not-for-profit independent organization created by federal, provincial, and territorial governments.
That was one of the conclusions reached in a 2010-2011 study conducted by the Canadian Institute for Health Information.
The Canadian Institute for Health Information, currently responsible for abortion statistics, reports that in 2007 there were 32,351 abortions in Ontario.
In the workforce, coders have continuous opportunities for training and professional development from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) as well as the Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA).
Indicating some measure of significance, several recent reports have been sponsored by key health and planning organizations such as the Ontario College of Family Physicians (Abelsohn 2005), the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health (Basrur 2004), the Canadian Institute for Health Information (2006), the Ontario Professional Planner's Institute (2007), the Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition (Tucs and Dempster 2007) and Smart Growth BC (Frank et al.