A population-based health information system

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A population-based health information system

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Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1995
AuthorsRoos NP, Black CD, Frohlich N, DeCoster C, Cohen MM, Tataryn DJ, Mustard CA, Toll F, Carriere KC, Burchill CA
JournalMedical careMed.Care
Volume33
Issue12 Suppl
PagesDS13 - 20
Date Published1995
KeywordsCanada, Community Health Planning/organization & administration, Data Collection/methods, Health Services Needs and Demand, Health Status Indicators, Humans, Information Systems/organization & administration, Manitoba, Models, Theoretical, National Health Programs, Single-Payer System
AbstractThe authors introduce the Population Health Information System, its conceptual framework, and the data elements required to implement such a system in other jurisdictions. Among other innovations, the Population Health Information System distinguishes between indicators of health status (outcomes measures) and indicators of need for health care (socioeconomic measures of risk for poor health). The system also can be used to perform needs-based planning and challenge delivery patterns.
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