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Finlayson GS, Forget E, Ekuma O, Derksen S, Bond R, Martens P, De Coster C. Allocating Funds for Healthcare in Manitoba Regional Health Authorities: A First Step--Population-Based Funding. Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, 2007. [Report] [Summary]

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Costing Methods: An Overview of Costing Health Services in Manitoba
Needs-Based Funding Methodology - Application
Obesity: Measuring Prevalence Using Body Mass Index (BMI)
Socioeconomic Factor Index (SEFI) - Based on the 2001 Census Data

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Aboriginal Peoples
Adjusted Clinical Group ® (ACG®) Case-Mix System
Administrative Data
Age - proportion of the population in a certain age group
Aggregated Diagnosis Groups ™ (ADGs®)
At Risk Newborn
Average Cost Per Weighted Case (ACWC or ACPWC)
Body Mass Index (BMI)
Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS)
Capitation Funding
Case Mix Adjustment
Chi-Square Test
Chronic Disease / Chronic Condition
Comorbidity / Comorbidities
Cost - Inpatient hospital care/day surgery
Cost Per Weighted Case (CPWC or CWC)
Death Record
Distance to a Major Hospital
First Nations Community
Gamma Distribution
Health Administrative Data
Hierarchical Generalized Linear Modeling (HGLM)
Home Care
Home Care Data
Hospital Abstract
Hospital Discharge Database
Hospital Separation(s)
Infant Mortality Rate
Injury Hospitalizations
Inpatient Hospital Care
Life Expectancy
Likelihood Ratio Test (LRT)
Log-normal Distribution
Logarithmic Transformation
Long Term Care (LTC) Data
Marital Status
Matching (Moments and Percentile)
Maximum Likelihood Method
MCHP Research Registry
National Population Health Survey (NPHS)
Needs Based Allocations
Needs Based Funding
Newborn Separation Abstract
Per Capita
Personal Care Home (PCH)
Personal Care Home (PCH) Residents
Population Density Rule
Population Size
Potential Years of Life Lost (PYLL)
Premature Mortality Rate (PMR)
Reserve / Indian Reserve
Risk Adjustment
Sensitivity Analysis
Socio-Economic Factor Index (SEFI)
Socio-Economic Status (SES)
Tertiary Care



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