Table of contents

  • Preliminary material
    • Title & verso title pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Abbreviations
    • Symbols
    • Summary
  • Body content
    • Chapter 1: Introduction
      • The nKPI collection
      • Changes since December 2014
      • nKPI data quality
      • Things to consider when interpreting nKPI data
      • Clients
      • Regular client definition for Northern Territory Government organisations
      • Organisations contributing nKPI data
    • Chapter 2: Chronic disease profile
      • 2.1 Why is this important?
      • 2.2 Chronic disease profile
      • 2.3. Chronic disease risk factors
    • Chapter 3: Maternal and child health indicators
      • 3.1 Why are these indicators important?
      • 3.2 Summary of progress
      • A. First antenatal visit
      • B. Birthweight recorded
      • C. MBS health assessment (item 715) for children aged 0–4
      • D. Child immunisation
      • E. Birthweight result
      • F. Smoking status of women who gave birth within the previous 12 months
    • Chapter 4: Preventative health indicators
      • 4.1 Why are these important?
      • 4.2 Summary of progress
      • G. Smoking status recorded
      • H. Alcohol consumption recorded
      • I. MBS health assessment (item 715) for adults aged 25 and over
      • J. Risk factors assessed to enable cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment
      • K. Cervical screening
      • L. Immunised against influenza—Indigenous regular clients aged 50 and over
      • M. Smoking status result
      • N. BMI classified as overweight or obese
    • Chapter 5: Chronic disease management indicators
      • 5.1 Why are these important?
      • 5.2 Summary of progress
      • O. General Practitioner Management Plan—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • P. Team Care Arrangement—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • Q. Blood pressure result recorded—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • R. HbA1c result recorded—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • S. Kidney function test recorded—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • T. Kidney function test recorded—clients with cardiovascular disease
      • U. Immunised against influenza—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • V. Immunised against influenza—clients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
      • W. Blood pressure result—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • X. HbA1c result—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • Y. Kidney function test result—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • Z. Kidney function test result—clients with cardiovascular disease
    • Chapter 6: Organisations by Primary Health Networks
      • 6.1 Why is this important?
      • 6.2 Distribution of services across PHNs
    • Chapter 7: Progress against the Implementation Plan goals
      • 7.1 Why is this important?
      • 7.2 Summary of progress
    • Chapter 8: Discussion
  • End matter
    • Appendix 1: Background to the nKPI collection and indicator technical specifications
      • Background
      • Development of data specifications
      • Approval
      • The nKPIs in June 2016
    • Appendix 2: Data quality
      • Issues to consider when interpreting indicator data
      • Interpreting changes over time
      • Regular clients
      • Data collection and transmission
      • Data quality review
      • Time trend analysis
    • Appendix 3: Comparison of nKPI results
      • Comparison with national Indigenous data
      • Comparison with national data for all Australians
    • Appendix 4: nKPI time trend results by jurisdiction and remoteness
    • Appendix 5: nKPI results by age group and sex
    • Appendix 6: Jurisdiction and remoteness variation figures
    • Appendix 7: Analysis of Northern Territory Government services’ data
    • Appendix 8: Comparison of nKPI definition results, 2015
    • Appendix 9: Guide to the figures
    • Glossary
    • References
    • List of tables
    • List of figures
    • List of boxes
    • Related publications