Through publishing high-quality health and welfare data products that incorporate expert analysis over a wide range of topics, the AIHW delivers information to stakeholders.
The following 2 case studies demonstrate how the AIHW is a leader in health and welfare data:
Putting cancer screening in perspective
illustrates that we are a leader in data and expert analysis, through monitoring cancer screening in Australia and assessing its effectiveness.
Transforming acute mental health care
demonstrates that by our monitoring of acute mental health-care we, as leaders, harness our capabilities in the health and welfare domains to drive change.
The following case study demonstrates how timely, high-quality data support the AIHW’s provision of health- and welfare related information to its stakeholders:
The AIHW identifies and responds to data gaps and opportunities to enhance data resources. Three case studies exemplify how the AIHW drives data improvements:
Income support for young people transitioning from out-of-home
shows how the AIHW brings together Australian Government, state and territory administrative data from multiple policy settings for reliable national data on OOHC, driving improvements to the evidence base on this issue.
Building the future for primary health-care data in Australia
demonstrates the progress made in 2020–21 towards building an enduring National Primary Health Care Data Asset, to address gaps in primary health-care data.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Stolen Generations – ‘the gap within the gap'
addresses data on the ‘gap within the gap’ to inform responses to the unique ageing related needs of this group.
By bringing together over 20 major data sources in consecutive reports relating to this government priority, this case study shows how the AIHW has attracted significant website traffic:
This case study is an example of how the AIHW innovates by using existing data integration and management infrastructure to deliver relevant information on service pathways and outcomes for people with disability:
The following case study illustrates how we are champions for open and accessible data and information: