Episodes of care

In 2020–21, organisations provided around 3.5 million episodes of care.

Episodes of care by reporting period (number)

This Tableau visualisation shows the number of episodes of care for reporting periods 2013–14 to 2020–21.

Data supporting this visualisation are available in Excel supplementary data tables at Data.

Of these around:

  • 85% (3.0 million) were with Indigenous clients
  • 59% (2.1 million) were with female clients
  • 27% (942,000) were provided in Queensland
  • 22% (767,000) were provided in Major cities
  • 87% (3.1 million) were provided by Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs).

Episodes of care, by select reporting period and select sex or select state/territory or select organisation type or select remoteness or select Indigenous status (per cent or number)

This Tableau visualisation shows the number or percentage of episodes of care for either:

  • sex (male, female, unknown)
  • type of organisation (ACCHO, non-ACCHO)
  • state/territory (NSW/ACT, Vic, Qld, WA, SA, Tas, NT)
  • remoteness area (Major cities, Inner regional, Outer regional, Remote, Very remote)
  • Indigenous status (Indigenous, non-Indigenous, unknown).

Reporting periods between 2013–14 to 2020–21 can be selected.

Data supporting this visualisation are available in Excel supplementary data tables at Data.

There was an average of 7.8 episodes of care per client.

 

Average number of episodes of care per client, by select reporting period and select sex or select state/territory or select organisation type or select remoteness or select Indigenous status

This Tableau visualisation shows the average number of episodes of care per client for either:

  • sex (male, female)
  • type of organisation (ACCHO, non-ACCHO)
  • state/territory (NSW/ACT, Vic, Qld, WA, SA, Tas, NT)
  • remoteness area (Major cities, Inner regional, Outer regional, Remote, Very remote)
  • Indigenous status (Indigenous, non-Indigenous, unknown).

Reporting periods between 2013–14 to 2020–21 can be selected.

Data supporting this visualisation are available in Excel supplementary data tables at Data.