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The measurement of patient experience in non-GP primary health care settings
This working paper was funded by the Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Council and overseen by the National Health Information Standards and Statistics Committee. The paper documents existing approaches for measuring patient experience within non-GP primary health care settings. Information about patient experience is an important tool for health care quality improvement and health performance reporting.While there have been selected activities to standardise and validate patient experience information in hospital and GP settings, there has been limited documentation of patient experience information within the non-GP primary health care sector. This paper will help inform future work in the area of patient experience in primary health care settings.
National Opioid Pharmacotherapy Statistics 2013
On a snapshot day in 2013, over 47,000 clients received pharmacotherapy treatment for their opioid dependence at 2,355 dosing points around Australia.As in previous years, methadone was the most common pharmacotherapy drug, with around two-thirds (68%) of clients treated with this drug. There were 2,025 prescribers of opioid pharmacotherapy drugs, an increase of 15% from 2012.
Head and neck cancers in Australia
Head and neck cancers in Australia, presents the latest available information on incidence, mortality, survival and hospitalisations.Findings include: The total number of head and neck cancers diagnosed in 2009 was 3,896 accounting for 3.4% of all cancers diagnosed (114,137).The total number of deaths from head and neck cancers in 2011 was 944 accounting for 2.2% of all deaths from cancer (43,221).In 2006–2010, 5–year relative survival was 68.2% for all head and neck cancers combined. In 2011–12 there were 8,478 hospitalisations where head and neck cancer was the principal diagnosis.
Projections of the prevalence of treated end-stage kidney disease in Australia 2012-2020
End-stage kidney disease (ESKD) is the most severe form of chronic kidney disease with patients usually requiring kidney replacement therapy in the form of dialysis or kidney transplantation to survive. Projections of the prevalence of treated end-stage kidney disease in Australia presents national level projections of the number of people receiving kidney replacement therapy for their ESKD for the period 2012 to 2020. This information is important for predicting the future burden of ESKD in Australia.
Child social exclusion and health outcomes: a study of small areas across Australia
This bulletin examines the association between the risk of child social exclusion and children’s health outcomes in Australia at the small-area level. The results show that Australian children living in areas with a relatively high risk of social exclusion also experience relatively poor health outcomes. As the risk of child social exclusion increases, so do the rates of both potentially preventable hospitalisations and avoidable deaths.
Timing impact assessment for COAG Closing the Gap targets: child mortality
This report outlines the main drivers impacting on the COAG target to halve the gap in child mortality within a decade. These include low birthweight, maternal health and behaviours (smoking and alcohol use during pregnancy) and inadequate or infrequent antenatal care. The report examines interventions that have been shown to be effective in reducing Indigenous child mortality; the time lags between program implementation and expected reductions in child mortality and its risk factors; and data availability to measure outcomes achieved.
Data sources for monitoring arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions
This report assesses the potential for existing data sources to improve our understanding of arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions and highlights future opportunities for improving data for monitoring these conditions. A 4-step process is used to assess the utility of different data sources to provide relevant information on the 6 priority information areas required for monitoring these conditions. This methodological approach may also be useful for monitoring a range of other health conditions.
Foundations for enhanced maternity data collection and reporting in Australia: National maternity data development project - Stage 1
The report presents findings of Stage 1 of the National Maternity Data Development Project which was established in response to the National Maternity Services Plan. The aim of the project is to build a more comprehensive and consistent national data collection for maternal and perinatal health. National information needs for maternity data were identified and data development commenced. A system for classifying maternity models of care was developed and improved coordination of national maternal mortality data collection was implemented.
Arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions across the life stages
Arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions affect an estimated 6.1 million Australians (approximately 28% of the total population) across all ages. Due to their diverse nature, there is considerable variation in the prevalence, treatment and management, and quality of life of people with these conditions across various life stages. This report describes these impacts in the following age groups: childhood (0–15), young adulthood (16–34), middle years (35–64), older Australians (65–79) and Australians aged 80 or over.
OECD health-care quality indicators for Australia 2011-12
This report summarises information Australia provided in 2013 to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Health Care Quality Indicators 2012–13 data collection and compares data supplied by Australia in 2013 to data Australia supplied in previous years, and to data reported by other OECD countries in the OECD’s Health at a glance 2013: OECD indicators.
Trends in coronary heart disease mortality: age groups and populations
Coronary heart disease is Australia’s leading cause of death, and although death rates have fallen substantially over recent decades, declines among some age groups appear to have slowed.Trends in coronary heart disease mortality: age groups and populations examines how the decline has varied between young adults, middle-aged and older persons, and among different population groups, including by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status, geographic location and socioeconomic status.
National Key Performance Indicators for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care: First national results June 2012 to June 2013
The first national report on the national Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) data collection captures data from over 200 primary health care organisations that receive funding from the Australian Government Department of Health to provide services primarily to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It presents data for 19 ‘process of care’ and ‘health outcomes’ indicators which focus on the prevention and management of chronic disease and maternal and child health. The report shows improvements against most of the ‘process of care’ indicators. It also shows organisations that perform better are spread across different geographic and service delivery environments.
Cervical screening in Australia 2011-2012
Cervical screening in Australia 2011-2012 presents the latest national statistics monitoring the National Cervical Screening Program, which aims to reduce incidence, morbidity and mortality from cervical cancer. Around 58% of women in the target age group of 20-69 took part in the program, with more than 3.7 million women screening in 2011 and 2012.Cervical cancer incidence for women of all ages remains at a historical low of 7 new cases per 100,000 women, and deaths are also low, historically and by international standards, at 2 deaths per 100,000 women.
Australian hospital statistics 2012-13
Australian hospital statistics 2012-13 presents a detailed overview of Australia's public and private hospitals. In 2012-13, there were about 9.4 million separations from hospitals, including: 5.2 million same-day acute separations; 3.7 million overnight acute separations; about 450,000 sub-acute and non-acute separations.There were also 7.9 million non-admitted patient emergency services and more than 46 million outpatient services provided by public hospitals.
Australia's hospitals at a glance 2012-13
Australia’s hospitals 2012–13 at a glance provides information on Australia’s public and private hospitals. In 2012–13, there were 9.4 million hospitalisations, including 2.5 million admissions involving surgery. Public hospitals provided 7.9 million non-admitted patient emergency services, with 73% of patients seen within recommended times for their triage category and about 79% completed within 4 hours. This publication is a companion to Australian hospital statistics 2012–13.
AIHW Access issue no. 37, 2014
Access is a newsletter published by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, profiling the Institute's work and its people.
Incidence of insulin-treated diabetes in Australia 2000-2011
Incidence of insulin-treated diabetes in Australia 2000–2011 presents the latest available national data on new cases of insulin-treated diabetes from Australia’s National Diabetes Register. In 2011, there were 2,367 new cases of type 1 diabetes in Australia, equating to 11 new cases per 100,000 population. This rate has remained stable over the last decade, with between 10 and 12 new cases per 100,000 population per year.
Youth justice in Australia 2012-13
Around 6,300 young people were under youth justice supervision in Australia on an average day in 2012-13, due to their involvement, or alleged involvement, in crime. Of these, over 4 in 5 (5,300 young people) were supervised in the community and the remaining 1,000 were in detention. Young people spent, on average, 26 weeks under supervision during the year.
Australian Capital Territory: youth justice supervision in 2012–13
This fact sheet focuses on youth justice supervision in the Australian Capital Territory during 2012-13 and provides some comparisons to the national context. This is one of a series of fact sheets on youth justice supervision in 2012-13.
New South Wales: youth justice supervision in 2012–13
This fact sheet focuses on youth justice supervision in New South Wales during 2012-13 and provides some comparisons to the national context. This is one of a series of fact sheets on youth justice supervision in 2012-13.
Queensland: youth justice supervision in 2012–13
This fact sheet focuses on youth justice supervision in Queensland during 2012-13 and provides some comparisons to the national context. This is one of a series of fact sheets on youth justice supervision in 2012-13.
South Australia: overview of youth justice supervision in 2012–13
This fact sheet focuses on youth justice supervision in South Australia during 2012-13 and provides some comparisons to the national context. This is one of a series of fact sheets on youth justice supervision in 2012-13.
Tasmania: youth justice supervision in 2012–13
This fact sheet focuses on youth justice supervision in Tasmania during 2012-13 and provides some comparisons to the national context. This is one of a series of fact sheets on youth justice supervision in 2012-13.
Victoria: youth justice supervision in 2012–13
This fact sheet focuses on youth justice supervision in Victoria during 2012-13 and provides some comparisons to the national context. This is one of a series of fact sheets on youth justice supervision in 2012-13.
Mapping of children and youth indicator reporting frameworks
This report provides an overview of the purpose, scope and reporting status of 6 national frameworks, 4 National Agreements and 5 National Partnership Agreements that are relevant to children and/or youth. Indicators from the frameworks and Agreements are mapped across 6 broad domains to identify critical indicators of shared relevance, and those that are unique to a particular framework or Agreement. Recommendations are provided on how reporting on Australian children and youth could be streamlined to ensure a sustainable approach to data development, data collection and reporting.
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