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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 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.


23/06/2020
Other, Outcome, Population Health, Prevention / Screening, Effective, Timely, MOHLTC, Digital Health Immunization Repository
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This indicator measures the percentage of adults (who are 18 and older) with a regular place or doctor for their medical care who have viewed online or downloaded their health information in the last two years
24/06/2020
Acute Care/Hospital, Outcome, Access, Patient-centred, Timely, Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey
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This indicator measures total spending on health care in dollars per person in a given period of time.
15/07/2020
Other, Process, Health expenditure, Effective, National Health Expenditure Database (NHEX), OECD Health Statistics
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This indicator measures the percentage of people who are classified as being obese based on adjusted self-reported weight and height. Obesity is measured using body mass index (BMI), based on adjusted self-reported height and weight. For adults 18 years and older, BMI > 30 is considered obese. The lower percentage is better.

13/08/2020
Other, Outcome, Population Health, Patient-centred, Canadian Community Heath Survey (CCHS)
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This indicator measures the percentage of people aged 18 or older who reported being physically inactive, based on the number of minutes of physical activity reported in the last 7 days and indicates they didn’t engage in any moderate or vigorous physical activity that lasted a minimum of 10 continuous minutes in a week. Moderate exercise is defined as an activity that causes a person to breathe harder and sweat at least a little.

A lower percentage is better.

13/08/2020
Other, Outcome, Population Health, Patient-centred, Canadian Community Heath Survey (CCHS)
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