Ontario Community Health Profiles Partnership (OCHPP)
 

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Toronto Health Status Indicators:

    Population Health Status Indicator (PHSI) Dashboard: The PHSI dashboard is an interactive data visualization tool that provides highlights and key information on population health status indicators for the City of Toronto. These surveillance indicators were developed by Toronto Public Health (TPH) to help to meet the requirements of the Ontario Public Health Standards and to support TPH's mission to reduce health inequities and improve the health of Torontonians.

    The dashboards will be refreshed with additional indicators and new data as they become available.

 

Ontario Marginalization Index (ON-Marg):

    The Ontario Marginalization Index (ON-Marg) can be used to understand inequalities in health and other social problems related to health among either population groups or geographic areas across Ontario.

    ON-Marg is a data tool that combines a wide range of demographic indicators into four distinct dimensions of marginalization. As a multifaceted index, ON-Marg measures multiple axes of deprivation in Ontario, including:
       • residential instability: indicators such as "% renters" and "% living alone"
       • material deprivation: indicators such as "% low income" and "% lone parent families"
       • dependency: indicators such as "% seniors" and "% employment"
       • ethnic concentration: indicators such as "% recent immigrants" and "% visible minority"

 

Canadian Marginalization Index (CAN-Marg):

    The Canadian Marginalization Index (CAN-Marg) can be used to understand inequalities in health and other social problems related to health among either population groups or geographic areas across Canada.

    CAN-Marg is a data tool that combines a wide range of demographic indicators into four distinct dimensions of marginalization. As a multifaceted index, CAN-Marg measures multiple axes of deprivation in Canada, including:
       • residential instability: indicators such as "% renters" and "% living alone"
       • material deprivation: indicators such as "% low income" and "% lone parent families"
       • dependency: indicators such as "% seniors" and "% employment"
       • ethnic concentration: indicators such as "% recent immigrants" and "% visible minority"

 

Ontario Primary Care Need, Service Use, Providers and Teams, and Gaps in Care 2015/16:

    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.

 

Mapping Neighbourhoods:

    A FIELD GUIDE FOR CREATING TOOLS TO ANALYZE NEIGHBOURHOOD-LEVEL DATA
    Over the past year, HEALTH COMMONS SOLUTIONS LAB has been working in communities across Ontario to fast-track the development of neighbourhood geographies.

    Making the best use of health care resources involves planning that is informed by data.
    Local-level data can tell you about the characteristics of a community, what shapes health care utilization, and where the biggest opportunities exist for improving health.

 
 
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