Canadian MIS Database (CMDB), Hospital Financial Performance Indicators, 1999-2000 to 2008-2009 – published 13 May 2010

Posted on May 26, 2010. Filed under: Health Economics | Tags: , , |

Canadian MIS Database (CMDB), Hospital Financial Performance Indicators, 1999-2000 to 2008-2009

Canadian Institute for Health Information     Pages: 23

“Understanding how hospital financial information changes over time is critical to evaluating hospital performance. Canadian MIS Database, Hospital Financial Performance Indicators, 1999-2000 to 2008-2009 reports on regional level hospital performance using 2008-2009 data. This report is an update to information previously reported in Canadian MIS Database, Hospital Financial Performance Indicators 1999-2000 to 2008-2009. CIHI will continue to monitor the ongoing feasibility of using data from the CMDB in the future to produce and report any additional indicators

The indicators that are used in this report are:

Total Margin
Current Ratio
Administrative Expense as a Percentage of Total Expense
Information Systems as a Percentage of Total Expense
Cost per Weighted Case
Unit-producing Personnel Worked Hours for Patient Care Functional Centres as a Percentage of Total Worked Hours
Nursing Inpatient Services Unit-producing Personnel Worked Hours per Weighted Case
Diagnostic Services Unit-producing Personnel Worked Hours per Weighted Case
Clinical Laboratory Unit-producing Personnel Worked Hours per Weighted Case
Pharmacy Unit-producing Personnel Worked Hours per Weighted Case
Average Age of Equipment ”

Full Report
Download Canadian MIS Database (CMDB), Hospital Financial Performance Indicators, 1999-2000 to 2008-2009 (PDF) 561 KB

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