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This indicator provides an estimate of the percentage of 12-year-olds who have received one valid dose of the quadrivalent meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4) as part of Ontario’s school-based vaccination program delivered in grade 7, at the conclusion of the school year (August 31st). Valid dose refers to one dose of MCV4 administered within five years prior to August 31st of school year of assessment and administered on the same day or at least 168 days after any previous meningococcal polysaccharide dose. For example, for the 2015-16 school year, valid MCV4 doses must be administered on or after September 1, 2011.

A higher  percentage is better.


16/10/2017
Other, Outcome, Population Health, Prevention / Screening, Effective, Timely, MOHLTC, Digital Health Immunization Repository
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This indicator measures the percentage of 7-year-olds who have received two valid doses of measles-containing vaccine or have documented evidence of immunity against measles at the conclusion of the school year (August 31st). Valid doses refer to doses of measles-containing vaccine that were given in accordance with the following criteria:

First valid dose administered on or after the first birthday and received on the same day or at least 28 days after any preceding live virus vaccine. Second valid dose administered at least 28 days after any preceding measles-containing vaccine (or any other live virus vaccine).

A higher percentage is better

16/10/2017
Other, Outcome, Population Health, Prevention / Screening, Effective, Timely, MOHLTC, Digital Health Immunization Repository
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This indicator measures the rate, per 100 patient discharges, of unplanned returns to a hospital within 30 days of discharge. It includes medical patients who were hospitalized for non-surgical treatment, and patients who had surgery while in hospital. A lower rate is better.

04/10/2017
Acute Care/Hospital, Primary Care, Outcome, Readmission, Effective, Discharge Abstract Database (DAD), National Ambulatory Care Reporting System (NACRS)
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Rate of un-planned hospital readmissions within 30 days of discharge after hospitalization for any of the following conditions: pneumonia, diabetes, stroke, gastrointestinal disease, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart attack and other cardiac conditions (selected HBAM Inpatient Grouper (HIG) conditions).
28/02/2017
Primary Care, Outcome, Integration, Readmission, Effective, Discharge Abstract Database (DAD)
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This indicator measures the percentage of home care patients who received their first nursing visit within 5 days of the patient available date (PAD).
22/11/2017
Home Care, Process, Wait Times, Timely, Client Health and Related Information System (CHRIS), Home Care Database (HCD)
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