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The Government of Ontario is committed to being an Open Government which provides the public with a better understanding of how the government works by allowing the access to government data, proactively releasing information about government activities, and using new and innovative mechanisms to engage the public in government decision-making. The Open Data Directive is part of Ontario's Open Government strategy that requires all data to be made public, unless it is exempt for legal, privacy, security, confidentiality or commercially-sensitive reasons.
Below you will find an inventory of datasets currently held at Health Quality Ontario, however, as previously mentioned, not all datasets can be released because they contain personal information or are confidential. These datasets will be part of the public inventory with an explanation about why they cannot be published.
If you have a question about the Open Data Directive or Health Quality Ontario datasets, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Analytics of make up of Pool Members
Breakdown of demographics that make up HQO's Patient, Family and Public Advisor's Pool (ex. % of male vs. female, % from northern/ central/western Ontario, age breakdown etc.)
Data relating to Health Quality Ontario's website
Information technology data relating to Health Quality Ontario's information technology help desk
Data that relates to our newsletter
Quality Improvement Plan Data
Third-party data used to pre-populate Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) indicator rates in the QIP Navigator application
To download Health Quality Ontario’s complete Data Inventory click here (last updated July 2017).
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