QuickStatsDischarge Abstract Database/Hospital Morbidity DatabaseInpatient Hospitalizations: Volumes, Length of Stay, and Standardized RatesSelectionRun Date: Feb-25-20211. Age Group2. Province/Territory3. Discharge Fiscal YearAbout This Quick Stat4. Sex
Canada, 2018-2019, All
Age group All, Canada, All 
Age group All, 2018-2019, All
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FootnotesReport Name: Inpatient Hospitalizations: Volumes, Length of Stay and Standardized Rates
Report ID: HAS5
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(a)  In 2002–2003, Nunavut did not submit discharge data to CIHI. As such, Canadian figures for 2002–2003 do not include Nunavut and are not comparable with figures from other fiscal years. 2016–2017 data for Nunavut is incomplete and has therefore been suppressed.

(b)  Due to privacy and confidentiality concerns, and to minimize the risk of residual disclosure, volumes of fewer than 5 discharges have been suppressed in the cells and removed from total discharge counts.

(c)  The “all” sex category includes those categorized as male, female and other. Detailed counts for the “other” category are not shown for privacy reasons, as the figures are less than 5.

(d)  Sources: Discharge Abstract Database (DAD), Hospital Morbidity Database (HMDB) and Ontario Mental Health Reporting System (OMHRS), Canadian Institute for Health Information; Fichier des hospitalisations MED-ÉCHO, ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux du Québec.

(e) Quebec data from 2006–2007 to 2009–2010 was sourced from MED-ÉCHO. Quebec data from 2010–2011 onward was sourced from the HMDB.

(f) See “About This Quick Stat” for detailed methodology information related to this report.