ICES research atlases are comprehensive research studies that provide relevant information to providers, planners and policy makers on the effectiveness of the Ontario health care system. Covering a range of system-related and disease-specific topics, the atlases feature geographical breakdowns of regional patterns in health care delivery. Findings, implications and policy recommendations are provided to help guide quality improvement and decision-making in the dynamic climate of health care.
ICES reports provide an in-depth examination of various aspects of health care delivery in Ontario such as access, outcomes, utilization patterns, screening and treatment modalities, and technology. Topics range from drugs and diagnostic technologies to human resources and waiting lists.