The national Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) are a set of indicators reported by organisations receiving funding under the Australian Government's Indigenous Australians’ Health Programme (IAHP) to deliver comprehensive and culturally appropriate primary health care services to Indigenous Australians.

Data are collected against set of indicators focusing on maternal and child health, preventative health, and chronic disease management. The collection commenced in June 2012 and is ongoing with data being collected every 6 months from over 200 Indigenous-specific primary health care organisations across Australia.

Collection details

Temporal coverage

from 30/6/2012 to 31/12/2019

Geographical coverage

National and state

Other

Data availability

  • Publications

Client specified tables on request which may be subject to data provider approval (charges apply).

Restrictions and limitations govern the availability or use of data in this holding.

Unit records not available.

Data scope

Collected from the over 200 organisations funded under the Australian Government's Indigenous Australians’ Health Programme (IAHP), data are counts of Indigenous regular clients (those who attended an organisation 3 times in 2 years) against a set of indicators focusing on maternal and child health; preventative health; and chronic disease management.

Methodology

Admin data

Metadata information

For the latest nKPI data guide, see About nKPI collection.

External links and information 

Indigenous Australians

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Reporting—Health Data Portal

Contact

[email protected]