Health Claims Database IBC collects and publishes Ontario auto insurance health claims data for statistical purposes. Stakeholders – governments, regulators, health care associations and insurers – consult on reporting standards. What is the Health Claims Database (HCDB) Standard Report?IBC created the HCDB standard report to provide a timely and consistent statistical overview of medical and rehabilitation costs involved in Ontario automobile insurance health claims and the recovery process. The Ontario Ministry of Finance, FSRA's predecessor, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), the Coalition Representing Health Professional Associations in Ontario Automobile Insurance Services and insurance companies consulted on this report. It is designed for all stakeholders including regulators, health care provider associations and insurance companies in Ontario as well as the general public. Readers – especially those who are not familiar with the subject matter and the statistical principles used – are advised to review the definitions listed to avoid misunderstanding or misinterpreting the content.IBC operates under the privacy protection requirements of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) when publishing documents related to the HCDB: Ontario Health Claims Database HCDB Standard Report - 2022H1 (September 2022)Ontario Health Claims Database HCDB Standard Report - 2021 (February 2022) HCDB Q&ATo request historical HCDB reports, please contact HCDB-Inquries@ibc.ca.Your Privacy and the Ontario HCDBIBC’s access to health insurance claims data is governed by agreements with the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) and Health Claims for Auto Insurance Processing (HCAIP). Data transmitted from HCAIP to the HCDB held by IBC does not include any personal identifying information such as: Names Addresses Postal codes Other information that might identify an individual claimant Any personal health information As of February 1, 2011, Ontario health care facilities (including their associated health care providers) use the Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) system to submit Ontario Claims Forms (OCFs) 18, 21 and 23 to licensed Ontario auto insurers. Insurers use the same system to communicate their decisions to the health care facilities. Related ServicesAuto ExhibitsWith very few exceptions, Canadian auto insurers report statistics to GISA. Each year GISA uses these statistics to produce “auto exhibits,” documents that provincial governments and the insurance industry use to estimate future costs, claim trends and more. Commercial LiabilityIBC’s data quality analysts advise insurance companies on reporting requirements for the Commercial Liability Statistical Plan. FRSA mandates annual commercial liability reports from Ontario insurers. Financial Information IBC provides data collection services for GISA and sets standards for the submission of financial information. Useful LinksData Management (DM)IBC’s Data Management team helps auto and business insurance companies ensure that their submitted data meets all quality standards.Contact Data ManagementData Management Analysts and Senior Customer Data Analysts are the frontline support for any data submission, error correction or data issues. Vision and MandateConsumers and governments trust, value and support the private property and casualty insurance industry, and its products and services. General Insurance Statistics Agency (GISA)The GENERAL INSURANCE STATISTICAL AGENCY was incorporated on June 28, 2005 as an independent legal entity under the Canada Corporations Act - Part II to carry out the activities of a statistical agent on behalf of all participating Canadian jurisdictions.GISA Catalogue of Statistical ExhibitsThis catalogue outlines GISA’s product information. The Catalogue Information Guide contains frequently asked questions and answers. A Glossary of Terms for statistical plan data is also provided to help those users who may not be familiar with insurance industry terminology.