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System Performance

Common Quality Agenda

The Common Quality Agenda is a set of indicators selected with system partners and experts across the province to track how health quality is progressing in Ontario. The indicators are organized by dimension - safe, effective, patient-centred, efficient, timely – and by health sector/focus of area. The Common Quality Agenda is also the focus of Measuring Up, our yearly report on the health of people living in Ontario and how the health system is performing.

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Monitoring What Matters

Our approach to measuring and reporting on the performance of Ontario’s health system

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Indicator Library

Technical information on quality indicators; searchable and comparable data

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Measuring Up 2017 - yearly report on Ontario’s health system

Data and real-life experiences of the health of people living in Ontario, and an overview of how the health system is performing, in this 10th anniversary edition of the yearly report

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