Screening

CSQI 2017 Screening Stats

SCREENING  At a Glance  Comparison Data  Most Recent Data         
Breast Cancer Screening Participation   2012-2013  2014-2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Age-adjusted percentage of Ontario women, aged 50–74, who completed at least 1 mammogram within a 30-month period    64.6%  65.1%  65.2%  61.5%  69.2%  ≥70% 
Breast Cancer Screening Retention   2012  2013  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of Ontario screen-eligible women, aged 50-72, who had a subsequent OBSP screening mammogram within 30 months of a previous program mammogram    84.1%  82.4%  81.4%  77.2%  86.5%  None 
Cervical Cancer Screening Participation   2010-2012  2013-2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Age-adjusted percentage of Ontario screen-eligible women aged 21-69, who completed at least 1 Pap test in a 42-month period    67.2%  62.5%  61.3%  57.2%  65.1%  ≥85% 
Cervical Cancer Screening Retention   2011  2012  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of Ontario screen-eligible women aged 21-66, who had a subsequent Pap test within 42 months of a normal Pap test result    70.0%  66.2%  65.6%  61.2%  68.3%  None 
Percentage Overdue for Colorectal Cancer Screening   2014  2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Age-adjusted percentage of Ontarians, aged 50–74, who were overdue for colorectal cancer screening in a calendar year    42.7%  41.6%  38.7%  34.9%  42.8%  None 
Breast Cancer Screening: Follow-Up of Abnormal Results   2014  2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of Ontario screen-eligible women with an abnormal OBSP screening mammogram result, aged 50–74, who did not need a tissue biopsy and were diagnosed within 5 weeks of the abnormal screen date    84.4%  92.9%  94.1%  85.5%  96.4%  ≥90% 
Percentage of Ontario screen-eligible women with an abnormal OBSP screening mammogram result, aged 50–74, who needed a tissue biopsy and were diagnosed within 7 weeks of the abnormal screen date    76.7%  83.6%  79.4%  56.6%  85.6%  ≥90% 
Cervical Cancer Screening: Follow-Up of Abnormal Results   2014  2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of Ontario screen-eligible women with a high-grade cervical dysplasia on a Pap test, aged 21–69, who underwent colposcopy or definitive treatment within 6 months of the high-grade abnormal screen date    83.3%  88.3%  85.4%  66.3%  90.9%  None 
Colorectal Cancer Screening: Follow-Up of Abnormal Results   2014  2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of screen-eligible Ontarians with an abnormal fecal occult blood test (FOBT) result, aged 50-74, who underwent colonoscopy within 6 months of the abnormal screen date    80.9%  80.2%  78.3%  69.1%  82.6%  None 
Percentage of screen-eligible Ontarians with an abnormal fecal occult blood test (FOBT) result, aged 50-74, who underwent colonoscopy within 8 weeks of the abnormal screen date    44.6%  43.6%  43.9%  37.5%  48.1%  None 
Breast Cancer Screening Quality & Efficiency: Positive Predictive Value (PPV)   2014  2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of women aged 50–74, with an abnormal OBSP screening mammogram result, who were diagnosed with breast cancer (ductal carcinoma in situ or invasive) after diagnostic work-up    6.6%  6.1%  6.4%  4.8%  9.3%  5% 
Breast Cancer Screening Quality & Efficiency: Early Return Rate    2013  2014  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of Ontario women aged 50–72, who were screened in the OBSP with a 2-year screening recall recommendation who had a subsequent program mammogram within 18 months of the previous mammogram    2.4%  2.1%  5.0%  1.4%  9.1%  None 
Breast Cancer Screening Quality & Efficiency: Women Confirmed High Risk    2014  2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of Ontario women aged 30-69, referred to the OBSP high risk screening program confirmed to be high risk by genetic assessment (counselling and/or testing)    34.9%  30.1%  30.5%  17.6%  42.9%  ≥30% 
Percentage of Ontario women aged 30–69, screened within 90 days of confirmation of high risk status    54.3%  59.2%  47.0%  17.0%  72.5%  ≥90% 
Colonoscopies with Recent Normal Findings   2014  2015  Ontario Average  Min Value in Ontario  Max Value in Ontario  Target  
Percentage of Ontarians aged 53 and older, who had a colonoscopy within 36 months of a previous normal and complete colonoscopy    4.4%  4.2%  3.6%  2.1%  4.5%  None 
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Using the most recent data year, the circles represent how the LHIN is performing compared to the Ontario average. The colours represent how well the indicator is performing against the comparison data shown.