CFHI commissioned and published a number of reports and research papers from 1998 to 2012. Two of the most influential reports from the applied health services research era are:

Over time, the Foundation evolved from its focus on building applied health services research capacity to working directly with healthcare delivery organizations to implement, measure and spread innovative healthcare practices. Today, CFHI occasionally commissions research to advance the spread of innovative healthcare practices.

 

Browse the full archive of our reports and research papers below

01 / Nov / 2003
Choices for Change: The Path for Restructuring Primary Healthcare Services in Canada
Choices for Change: The Path for Restructuring Primary Healthcare Services in Canada by a team of health services researchers at the University of Montreal for the foundation and its partners — the New Brunswick Department of Health and Wellness, the Saskatchewan Department of Health, the Ministère de la santé et des services sociaux du Québec, and Health Canada (2003).
01 / Nov / 2003
Health Human Resources Planning: an examination of relationships among nursing service utilization, an estimate of population health and overall health status outcomes in the province of Ontario
01 / Oct / 2003
Variations in Rates of Appendicitis with Peritonitis or Peritoneal Abscess in the Context of Reorganizing Healthcare in Montreal-Centre
01 / Oct / 2003
Managing Continuity of Care Through Case Co-ordination
01 / Oct / 2003
Hospital System Assessment & Redesign for a New Millennium
01 / Aug / 2003
The Taber Integrated Primary Care Project - Turning Vision into Reality
01 / Jul / 2003
Patient-focused care over time: Issues related to measurement, prevalence, and strategies for improvement among patient populations
01 / Jul / 2003
Continuity of Care for People with a Concomitant Mental Illness and Addiction Problem: Responsibility of Users and Organizational Perspective
01 / Jun / 2003
Comparative study of interorganizational collaboration in four health regions and its effects: the case of perinatal services
01 / Jun / 2003
Understanding the Impact of the Consolidation of Surgical Services in a Major Integrated Health Region