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MyPractice: Primary Care

Thank you for registering and consenting to receive your Primary Care Practice (PCP) Report.

To access your report(s):

Please use your current username and password for the Practice Report web portal to access your Primary Care Practice Report when it becomes available.

What happens next?

  1. HQO confirms your consent to receive the PCP Report to ICES.
  2. ICES links your CPSO number to data in health administrative databases.1
  3. ICES provides HQO with aggregate data for your practice, group2, LHIN and the province
  4. HQO generates and updates your PCP Report.
  5. HQO notifies you that your report is ready for download.

If your email address changes, please log in to the Practice Report web portal to update your email address, or notify HQO at

If you have any questions, please contact us at:

Health Quality Ontario
130 Bloor Street West, 10th floor
Toronto, ON M5S 1N5

Telephone: 416-323-6868
Toll-free: 1-866-623-6868
Fax: 416-323-9261

1Data Sources:
Data used in the report comes from a variety of sources, including the Registered Persons Database; physician billings from the Ontario Health Insurance Plan; the Canadian Institute of Health Information Discharge Abstract Database; the National Ambulatory Care Reporting System; the Ontario Drug Benefit Program; Client Agency Program Enrolment; and the 2006 Census of Canada.

2Aggregrate group data is only provided if there are more than five physicians in the group.

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