Data & Analytics statistics, reports, and tools are an integral part of helping public health professionals make informed evidence-based decisions and take informed action.
Maps is a collection of interactive geospatial products from PHO that will focus on geographic data, providing user driven detail on spatial relationships between various data points and administrative boundaries. These products will help public health practitioners to identify and investigate patterns in local and provincial health data, and inform public health action.
ON-Marg is a data tool that combines a wide range of demographic indicators into four distinct dimensions of marginalization. As a multifaceted index, ON-Marg measures multiple axes of deprivation in Ontario, including economic, ethno-racial, age-based, and social marginalization.
The Ontario Health Profile is a new and innovative way of describing the health status of Ontarians, focusing on key public health issues that have an impact on the whole of the population. In a series of stories using current data and innovative visuals, the Ontario Health Profile presents an overview of the complex factors that influence and shape Ontario’s population health status.
Snapshots is a collection of interactive map-based dashboards showing both geographic and temporal trends for key public health indicators by public health unit and for Ontario overall. It provides dynamically linked tables, graphs, and maps with pre-calculated statistics. Snapshots uses Core Indicators developed by the Association of Public Health Epidemiologists in Ontario (APHEO).
Query is a dynamic tool that allows public health professionals to instantly explore, manipulate and analyze health data using pre-defined reports and variables. Query tools are available for reportable infectious disease data (ID Query) and health care-associated infection data (HAI Query).
Using data from our laboratories, this series of decision support tools allows the user to manipulate timely, relevant local and provincial anonymized data. With data updated monthly, these tools will be useful in both clinical and public health practice in guiding key testing decisions. No personal health information is included.
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