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Adoptions Australia 2016–17; Quality Statement

687176 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) Adoptions Australia national collection contains data on adopted children, their adoptive families and birth parents, as well as information on the number of contact/information requests and vetoes lodged by parties to an adoption. Data are collected on intercountry, local and known child adoptions. Additional data are also collected on the length of time of different intercountry adoption processes. The small population of the report create...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Adoptions Australia 2017–18; Quality Statement

707571 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) Adoptions Australia national collection contains data on adopted children, their adoptive families and birth parents, as well as information on the number of contact/information requests and vetoes lodged by parties to an adoption. Data are collected on intercountry, local and known child adoptions. Additional data are also collected on the length of time of different intercountry adoption processes. The small population of the report create...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Adoptions Australia 2019-20; Quality Statement

740629 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) Adoptions Australia collection contains data on adopted children, their adoptive families and parents, as well as information on the number of contact/information requests and vetoes lodged by parties to an adoption. Data are collected on intercountry, local and known child adoptions. Additional data are also collected on the length of time of different intercountry adoption processes and the number of visa applications approved for children ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Adoptions Australia Data Quality Statement

511047 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
Summary of key issues • The Adoptions Australia collection contains data relating to adopted children, their adoptive families and birth mothers, as well as information on the number of contact/information requests and vetoes lodged by parties to an adoption. Data are collected on intercountry, local and ‘known’ child adoptions. Additional data are also collected on the length of time of different intercountry adoption processes. • The small population of the report creates a number of issue...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Adoptions Australia Data Quality Statement 2013–14

596419 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
• The Adoptions Australia collection contains data on adopted children, their adoptive families and birth mothers, as well as information on the number of contact/information requests and vetoes lodged by parties to an adoption. Data are collected on intercountry, local and known child adoptions. Additional data are also collected on the length of time of different intercountry adoption processes. • The small population of the report creates some issues for reporting data. Proportional change...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Adoptions Australia Data Quality Statement 2014–15

625060 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
• The Adoptions Australia collection contains data on adopted children, their adoptive families and birth mothers, as well as information on the number of contact/information requests and vetoes lodged by parties to an adoption. Data are collected on intercountry, local and known child adoptions. Additional data are also collected on the length of time of different intercountry adoption processes. • The small population of the report creates some issues for reporting data. Proportional changes...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Adoptions Australia Data Quality Statement 2015–16

659866 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
• The Adoptions Australia collection contains data on adopted children, their adoptive families and birth mothers, as well as information on the number of contact/information requests and vetoes lodged by parties to an adoption. Data are collected on intercountry, local and known child adoptions. Additional data are also collected on the length of time of different intercountry adoption processes. • The small population of the report creates some issues for reporting data. Proportional changes...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Alcohol and other drug treatment services NMDS, 2011–12; Quality Statement

525710 | Quality Statement
Summary of key data quality issues Data are reported by each state and territory regardless of funding type. Because all services are publicly funded, they receive at least some of their funding through a state, territory or Australian government program. The actual funding program cannot be differentiated, however services are categorised according to their sector, with government funded and operated services reported as public services and those operated by non-government organisations report...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Alcohol and other drug treatment services NMDS, 2012–13; Quality Statement

558819 | Quality Statement
Summary of key data quality issues Data are reported by each state and territory regardless of funding type. Because all services are publicly funded, they receive at least some of their funding through a state, territory or Australian government program. The actual funding program cannot be differentiated, however services are categorised according to their sector, with government funded and operated services reported as public services and those operated by non-government organisations reporte...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Alcohol and other drug treatment services NMDS, 2014–15; Quality Statement

637860 | Quality Statement
Summary of key data quality issues The Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Dataset (AODTS NMDS) is based on closed episodes of treatment provided to clients by alcohol and other drug treatment services. All in-scope service agencies are publicly funded, including some funding through state, territory or Australian government programs. Key quality issues to consider for the collection include: Funding programs cannot be differentiated—services are categorised according to...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Alcohol and other drug treatment services NMDS, 2015–16; Quality Statement

667446 | Quality Statement
Summary of key data quality issues The Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Dataset (AODTS NMDS) is based on closed episodes of treatment provided to clients by alcohol and other drug treatment services. All in-scope service agencies are publicly funded through state, territory or Australian government programs. Key quality issues to consider for the collection include: Funding programs cannot be differentiated—services are categorised according to sector, with government...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Alcohol and other drug treatment services NMDS, 2016–17; Quality Statement

693818 | Quality Statement
Summary of key data quality issues The Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Dataset (AODTS NMDS) is based on closed episodes of treatment provided to clients by alcohol and other drug treatment services. All in-scope service agencies are publicly funded through state, territory or Australian government programs. Key quality issues to consider for the collection include: Funding programs cannot be differentiated—services are categorised according to sector, with government...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Alcohol and other drug treatment services NMDS, 2017–18; Quality Statement

713818 | Quality Statement
Summary of key data quality issues The Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Dataset (AODTS NMDS) is based on closed episodes of treatment provided to clients by alcohol and other drug treatment services. The scope of the collection covers service agencies publicly funded through state, territory or Australian government programs. Key quality issues to consider for the collection include: Funding programs cannot be differentiated—services are categorised according to secto...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Alcohol and other drug treatment services NMDS, 2018–19; Quality Statement

727501 | Quality Statement
Summary of key data quality issues The Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Dataset (AODTS NMDS) is based on closed episodes of treatment provided to clients by alcohol and other drug treatment services. The scope of the collection covers alcohol and other drug (AOD) agency services publicly funded through state, territory or Australian government programs. Key quality issues to consider for the collection include: Funding programs cannot be differentiated—services are ca...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services–National Minimum Dataset 2010–11 Report - Data quality statement

498552 | Quality Statement | Jurisdiction, Policy, administrative and data quality features, New South Wales, New South Wales Health collects data from all Australian Government/state government-funded agencies as part of requirements stipulated in a signed service agreement at the commencement/renewal of each funding agreement. Data are provided monthly by agencies to their respective Local Health Districts (LHD).There are a number of data collection systems in use and development. The New South Wales Minimum Data Set is collected by these systems from which the collection of the AODTS–NMDS is provided. NSW is developing a State Baseline Build related to D&A which will roll out to NSW through the CHIME and Cerner systems over the next few years. The majority of NGO data is collected via the NADA online system. NADA (Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies) is the peak organisation for the non-government drug and alcohol sector in NSW., The total number of agencies and episodes for New South Wales was under-reported because of system issues for the reporting period of 2008–09. This should be kept in mind when analysing time series data. The number of agencies submitted by New South Wales in 2010–11 was still lower than would be expected (8 agencies less than was recorded in 2007–08). This underreporting should be kept in mind when interpreting NSW agency and episode data. Comparisons over time with NSW data should also be made with caution., The proportion of episodes for Amphetamine use will be under-reported because other sources indicate a relatively high incidence of methamphetamine clients in the agencies affected by under-reporting because of system issues., Victoria, The Victorian Drug Treatment Service Program provides a range of services to cover the needs of clients experiencing substance abuse issues. The Victorian Government purchases these drug treatment services from independent agencies (non-government organisations) on behalf of the community, and has developed the concept of an ‘episode of care’ as the fundamental unit for service funding. An episode of care is a particular course of treatment in which the client achieves at least one significant treatment goal under the care of an alcohol and other drug worker., The episode of care is a measure of successful client outcomes. It aims to develop performance measurement beyond activities, throughputs and outputs, to measure what the client gets out of treatment. Agencies funded to provide drug treatment services in Victoria have service provision targets, which are defined in terms of number of episodes of care to be provided by service type and by target group (for example, youth or adult). As a requirement of their funding agreement with the Victorian Department of Health, agencies are required to submit data on a quarterly basis detailing their provision of drug treatment services and achievement of episodes of care. A subset of this data is contributed to the AODTS–NMDS annually., The majority of Victorian alcohol and other drug service providers continue to use the SWITCH or FullADIS information systems to report quarterly activity. However, hospitals and community health centres have since 2007–08 used the HealthSMART client management systems to report on alcohol and other drug treatment activity., In 2010–11, as in previous years, Victoria did not differentiate between main and other treatment types. As such, Victoria is not directly comparable with other jurisdictions because every treatment type provided is reported as a separate episode., Victoria only provides information about non-government agencies that receive public funding., In Victoria, assessment only episodes include brokerage services wherein clients with drug conditions who have received sentences are assessed, a treatment plan developed, and the necessary treatment purchased by from community-based alcohol and other drug treatment agencies. The very nature of these types of episodes results in durations that may exceed 90 days., Queensland, Queensland Health collects data from all Queensland Government alcohol and other drug treatment service providers and from all Queensland Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative—Police and Court Diversion clients. The Australian Government currently collects data from the Australian Government–funded agencies operating in Queensland., Queensland Health has a state-wide web-based clinical information management system supporting the collection of AODTS–NMDS items for all Queensland Government alcohol and other drug treatment services. Queensland Health will shortly be the sole data custodian of all alcohol and other drug treatment services in Queensland., In 2007, Queensland Health funded the establishment of the Queensland Network of Alcohol and Drug Agencies (QNADA), the peak body for non-government organisations that provide alcohol and other drug treatment services. One of the key objectives for QNADA was the establishment of a database to collect information for the AODTS–NMDS. It is expected that this will enable a more comprehensive data set to be submitted to the AIHW in future., Care should be taken when interpreting principal drug of concern over time for Queensland, as Queensland did not provide data consistent with the AODTS–NMDS specifications in 2001–02., Approximately 8% of Queensland’s episodes have a missing principal drug of concern. This is due to data entry issues related to staff training and compliance. These episodes are coded as ‘all other drugs’ for the purpose of analysis through this report., The proportion of ‘not stated’ responses for injecting drug use and method of use in Queensland in 2010–11 was high (59% and 58%, respectively). This high ‘not stated’ rate was due to due to a one off anomaly with the introduction of a new collection database and data entry issues related to staff training and compliance. An ongoing strategy of reengagement with alcohol and other drug treatment services Queensland staff commenced in November 2011 to mitigate this low response rate for the 2011–12 and future collection periods. The AIHW is also working with Queensland to improve staff training and compliance for future collection periods., There are a number of episodes in Queensland where the main treatment type is ’police and court diversion’. This number will continue to increase in the 2011–12 period. For these episodes the main treatment type will be recorded in the NMDS as ’information and education only’ and the reason for cessation will be ‘ceased to participate at expiation’. All police and court diversion treatments are one service contact (date of commencement = date of cessation)., Although police and court diversion client treatment is administratively recorded for NMDS as ‘information and education only’, it should be noted that the actual treatment session for all police and court diversion clients consists of a 2-hour treatment session that includes extensive alcohol and drug assessment to determine dependence, assessment of risk-taking behaviours, provision of advice and information on reducing/ceasing drug use and harm minimisation, motivational intervention, provision of resources and referral., The high proportion of episodes with cannabis as a principal drug of concern (29%) is due to the inclusion of episodes from the Queensland police and court diversion program., Western Australia, Data are provided by both government and non-government sectors. Non-government services are contracted by the Drug and Alcohol Office (DAO) to provide alcohol and drug services. They have contractual obligations to incorporate the data elements of the AODTS–NMDS in their collections. They are also obliged to provide data in a regular and timely manner to DAO. These data are collated and checked by DAO before submission to the AIHW annually., Services in Western Australia are not directly comparable with other states, or previous years, because of the growth of integrated services that include government and non-government service providers., In Western Australia, a reform in the way non-residential treatment services are provided in the Perth metropolitan area has resulted in the co-location and integration of some government and non-government services. Time series data do not adequately illustrate these changes., Western Australia reviews the geographical demographics of their clients regularly throughout the year and adjusts the locations of their service delivery outlets accordingly to meet the demands of the population. Therefore, variation between remote and very remote locations exists between years., Clients are generally able to access the agencies from multiple sites within any one episode depending on the client’s need and the availability of appointments within the alcohol and other drug treatment service. Examples of where these situations occur are when clients:, - follow a specific worker from one service delivery outlet to another, - change workers during an episode and the workers are located at different service delivery outlets, - attend one service delivery outlet for the initial service contact (commencement of episode) due to availability of appointment times and move to a more convenient service delivery outlet during the episode, - Move between service delivery outlets to fit service contacts within clients’ other personal needs, South Australia, Data are provided by government (Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia—DASSA) and non-government alcohol and other drug treatment services., Non-government alcohol and other drug treatment services in South Australia are subject to service agreements with the South Australian Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse. As part of these service agreements, non-government organisations are required to provide timely client data in accordance with the AODTS–NMDS guidelines. Data are forwarded to DASSA for collation and checking. DASSA then forwards cleaned data to the AIHW annually. DASSA does not collect information directly from those services funded by the NGOTGP. Data are provided directly to the DoHA., Care should be taken when interpreting principal drugs of concern over time for South Australia, as South Australia did not provide data consistent with the AODTS–NMDS specifications in 2001–02. South Australia was excluded from analysis of main treatment type in 2001–02., Tasmania, Data are provided by both government (Alcohol and Drug Services – ADS) and non-government organisations (NGOs)., NGOs funded by the Tasmanian Government provide AODTS NMDS and key performance indicator data under the provisions of a service agreement. AODTS NMDS data is submitted to ADS State Office on either a six-monthly or yearly basis. Data quality reports are fed back to the NGOs and training/information on data capture practices are provided as required., ADS utilises iPM patient administration system as its key business system. This state-wide system is in use across the three Tasmanian Health Organisations (THOs), which includes inpatient, residential, outpatient and community service settings. It has been modified in order to capture the AODTS NMDS data items. A range of online self-service reporting is used to monitor performance activity and data quality., Tasmania’s illicit drug diversion treatment data is managed and extracted from the Drug Offence Reporting System (DORS). This system resides with Tasmania Police. A high proportion of treatment episodes in Tasmania with the principal drug of cannabis can largely be attributed to the inclusion of this data., Tasmania resubmitted the 2009–10 data after the release of the 2009–10 annual report due to the retrospective identification of a data quality anomaly affecting only that financial year. Online materials such as data cubes and supplementary tables were updated to include this updated data submission. However, the 2009–10 annual report does not include updated Tasmanian data. All 2009–10 data included in the 2010–11 annual report has been updated to include correct Tasmanian data. As a result time series data are not directly comparable with the 2009–10 annual report., Training in culturally sensitive practice has been provided for service providers across the Tasmanian Alcohol and Other Drug service sector. Despite this, Tasmanian data reporting for Indigenous status still remains low., Australian Capital Territory, Australian Capital Territory alcohol and other drug treatment service providers supply the Health Directorate with their complete data collection for the NMDS by 31 August each financial year, as specified in their Service Funding Agreement. Since 1 July 2007 the treatment service providers have been encouraged to use a standardised reporting system developed by the Health Directorate to enhance uniformity and reliability of data., The observed Increase in Assessment Only episodes between 2009–10 and 2010–11 was related to one agency which increased assessment activity that resulted in increased numbers of clients being assessed as unsuitable or not attending treatment., The number of counselling treatment services in the Australian Capital Territory have decreased between 2009–10 and 2010–11. ACT noted two agencies that provide the majority of counselling treatment in the ACT both reported a reduced number of closed treatment episodes since 2009-10. One agency advised there were a number of variables that contributed the low number of occasions of service, such as significant staff shortages for the counselling team and a high number of vacancies for allotted counselling sessions., Northern Territory, Alcohol and other drug treatment services in the Northern Territory are provided by government and non-government agencies. The bulk of services provided through non-government agencies are funded via service-level agreements with the Northern Territory Department of Health. All funded agencies are required to provide the AODTS–NMDS data items to the department on a regular and timely basis as part of a larger data collection. Summary statistical reports are sent to all agencies every 6 months detailing client activity for the previous 12 months., Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA), The DoHA funds a number of alcohol and other drug treatment services under the National Illicit Drug Strategy Non-Government Organisation Treatment Grants Program (NGOTGP). These agencies are required to collect data (according to the AODTS–NMDS specifications) to facilitate the monitoring of their activities and to provide quantitative information to the Australian Government on their activities. Data from these agencies are generally submitted to the relevant state/territory health authority, except for a number of agencies in Western Australia, South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland, which submit data annually to the DoHA., Reported numbers for each state and territory in the AODTS–NMDS annual report include services provided under the National Illicit Drug Strategy NGOTGP., To ensure consistency with previous years’ data, when collating the 2010–11 AODTS–NMDS information, where an organisation’s sub-agencies have been given more than one establishment identifier, those identifiers were used and so sub-agencies were counted as separate agencies. When an organisation’s subprojects have been given one establishment identifier, only this establishment identifier was used, and so counted as one agency., In 2010–11, the DoHA conducted a review of the processes used to collate and provide NGOTGP agencies. The review resulted in an additional 14 agencies submitting data to the 2010–11 collection from what was observed in 2009–10. The number of NGOTGP episodes also increased between 2009–10 (4,136 episodes) and 2010–11 (7,625 episodes).
Summary of key data quality issues of the AODTS–NMDS 2010–11 Data are reported by each state and territory regardless of funding type. Because all services are publicly funded, they receive at least some of their funding through a state, territory or Australian government program. The actual funding program cannot be differentiated, however services are categorised according to their sector, with government funded and operated services reported as public services and those operated by non-gover...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Australian Cancer Database, 2013; Quality Statement

658607 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Important note To avoid excessive repetition in this data quality statement, the word ‘cancer’ is used to mean ‘cancer, excluding basal cell carcinomas of the skin and squamous cell carcinomas of the skin’. In most states and territories these two skin cancers are not notifiable diseases, and in any case are not collected, and as such are not in the scope of the Australian Cancer Database (ACD). Summary of Key Points All states and territories have legislation that makes cancer a notifiable dise...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

BreastScreen Australia data 2013–2014; Quality Statement

610753 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues• All states and territories maintain a population-based BreastScreen register which records the data collected during a woman’s contact with a BreastScreen service. • The AIHW compiles BreastScreen Australia data supplied from state and territory BreastScreen registers in order to monitor BreastScreen Australia annually at a national level. • State and territory BreastScreen registers change every day, adding new records and improving the quality of existing records as new ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

BreastScreen Australia data 2014–2015; Quality Statement

638423 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues BreastScreen Australia data are highly relevant and timely for monitoring trends in breast screening participation and the detection of invasive breast cancer and ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) through BreastScreen Australia. A relatively small amount of screening mammography occurs through services other than BreastScreen Australia. Description BreastScreen Australia is Australia’s national, population-based breast cancer screening program and is a joint program of the A...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

BreastScreen Australia data 2015–2016; Quality Statement

668821 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues BreastScreen Australia data are highly relevant and timely for monitoring trends in breast screening participation and the detection of invasive breast cancer and ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) through BreastScreen Australia. A relatively small amount of screening mammography occurs through services other than BreastScreen Australia. Description BreastScreen Australia is Australia’s national, population-based breast cancer screening program and is a joint program of the A...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

BreastScreen Australia data 2017–2018; Quality Statement

710033 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues BreastScreen Australia data are highly relevant and timely for monitoring trends in breast screening participation and the detection of invasive breast cancer and ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) through BreastScreen Australia. A relatively small amount of screening mammography occurs through services other than BreastScreen Australia. Description BreastScreen Australia is Australia’s national, population-based breast cancer screening program and is a joint program of the Au...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Cervical screening data

480762 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues• All states and territories maintain a population-based cervical cytology register (also referred to as ’Pap test registers’ or ‘Pap smear registers’) to which all cervical cytology, histology, and human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA tests are reported.• State and territory cervical cytology registers were established to support the National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) that commenced in 1991.• The AIHW compiles cervical screening data using aggregate data supplied from sta...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Cervical screening data 2011-2012

539449 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues• All states and territories maintain a population-based cervical cytology register (also referred to as ’Pap test registers’ or ‘Pap smear registers’) to which all cervical cytology, histology, and human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA tests are reported.• State and territory cervical cytology registers were established to support the National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) that commenced in 1991.• The AIHW compiles cervical screening data using aggregate data supplied from sta...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Cervical screening data 2012-2013

569669 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues • All states and territories maintain a population-based cervical cytology register (also referred to as ’Pap test registers’ or ‘Pap smear registers’) to which all cervical cytology, histology, and human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA tests are reported. • State and territory cervical cytology registers were established to support the National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) that commenced in 1991. • The AIHW compiles cervical screening data using aggregate data supplied from ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Cervical screening data 2013–2014; Quality Statement

610779 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues All states and territories maintain a population-based cervical cytology register (also referred to as ’Pap test registers’ or ‘Pap smear registers’) to which all cervical cytology, histology, and human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA tests are reported. State and territory cervical cytology registers were established to support the National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) that commenced in 1991. The AIHW compiles cervical screening data using aggregate data supplied from st...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Cervical screening data 2014–2015; Quality Statement

638442 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues Cervical screening data are highly relevant and timely for monitoring trends in cervical screening participation and abnormality detection trends. Some duplication may occur where the same test is reported to the cervical screening register in two or more jurisdictions. AIHW is unable to identify or resolve these instances, but the level of duplication is believed to be small. Description All states and territories have legislation that requires pathology laboratories...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Cervical screening data 2015–2016; Quality Statement

668824 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues Cervical screening data are highly relevant and timely for monitoring trends in cervical screening participation and abnormality detection trends. Some duplication may occur where the same test is reported to the cervical screening register in two or more jurisdictions. AIHW is unable to identify or resolve these instances, but the level of duplication is believed to be small. Description All states and territories have legislation that requires pathology laboratories...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community housing data collection 2010–11 Data Quality Statement

495767 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary All states and territories provide the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) with community housing data from their administrative systems. The AIHW compiles this data for reporting in the Report on Government Services (RoGS), the COAG Reform Council’s National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) Report and internal publications and bulletins. Additionally, unit record community housing data is collected through a survey managed by the AIHW, which is provided to community h...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community housing data collection 2011–12 Data Quality Statement

526136 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
All states and territories provide the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) with community housing data from their administrative systems. The AIHW compiles this data for reporting in the Report on Government Services (RoGS), the COAG Reform Council’s National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) Report and internal publications and bulletins. Additionally, unit record community housing data is collected through a survey managed by the AIHW, which is provided to community housing or...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community housing data collection 2012–13 Data Quality Statement

578512 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
All states and territories provide the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) with community housing data from their administrative systems. The AIHW compiles this data for reporting in the Report on Government Services (RoGS), the COAG Reform Council’s National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) Report and internal publications and bulletins. Additionally, unit record community housing data is collected from Community housing organisations via a survey tool managed by the AIHW. Co...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community housing data collection 2013-14 Data Quality Statement

598524 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the AIHW by jurisdictions and are sourced from Community Housing Organisations (CHOs) via a survey and from the jurisdiction’s administrative systems. The annual data collection captures information about CHOs, the dwellings and tenancy rental units they manage, households on the waiting list, and the tenants and households assisted. Limited financial information from the previous financial year is also collected. Summary All states and territories p...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community Housing Data Collection, 2014-15; Quality Statement

628264 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from Community Housing Organisations (CHOs) via a survey and from the jurisdiction’s administrative systems. The annual data collection captures information about CHOs, the dwellings and tenancy rental units they manage, households on the waiting list, and the tenants and households assisted. Limited financial information from the previous financial year is also collec...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community Housing Data Collection, 2015–16; Quality Statement

659303 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from Community Housing Organisations (CHOs) via a survey and from the jurisdiction’s administrative systems. The annual data collection captures information about CHOs, the dwellings and tenancy rental units they manage, households on the waiting list, and the tenants and households assisted. Limited financial information from the previous financial year is also collec...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community Housing Data Collection, 2016–17; Quality Statement

677769 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from community housing organisations (CHOs) and from the jurisdiction’s administrative systems. The annual data collection captures information about CHOs, the dwellings and tenancy rental units they manage, households on the waiting list, and the tenants and households assisted. Limited financial information from the previous financial year is also collected. Summary ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community Housing Data Collection, 2017–18; Quality Statement

690943 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from community housing organisations (CHOs) and from the jurisdiction’s administrative systems. The annual data collection captures information about CHOs, the dwellings and tenancy rental units they manage, households on the waiting list, and the tenants and households assisted. Limited financial information from the previous financial year is also collected. Summary ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community Housing Data Collection, 2018–19; Quality Statement

721476 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from community housing organisations (CHOs) and from the jurisdiction’s administrative systems. The annual data collection captures information about CHOs, the dwellings and tenancy rental units they manage, households on the waiting list, and the tenants and households assisted. Limited financial information from the previous financial year is also collected. Summary ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community Housing Data Collection, 2019–20; Quality Statement

731020 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from community housing organisations (CHOs) and from the jurisdiction’s administrative systems. The annual data collection captures information about CHOs, the dwellings and tenancy rental units they manage, households on the waiting list, and the tenants and households assisted. Limited financial information from the previous financial year is also collected. Summary ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community mental health care NMDS 2013–14: National Community Mental Health Care Database, 2015; Quality Statement

617724 | Quality Statement
The National Community Mental Health Care Database (NCMHCD) contains data on service contacts provided by public sector specialised community mental health services in Australia. There is some variation in the types of service contacts included in jurisdictional data. For example, some jurisdictions may include written correspondence as service contacts while others do not. The Indigenous status data should be interpreted with caution due to the varying quality of Indigenous identification acr...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community mental health care NMDS 2014–15: National Community Mental Health Care Database, 2015; Quality Statement

646644 | Quality Statement
The National Community Mental Health Care Database (NCMHCD) contains data on service contacts provided by public sector specialised community mental health services in Australia. There is some variation in the types of service contacts included in jurisdictional data. For example, some jurisdictions may include written correspondence as service contacts while others do not. Data for the Australian Capital Territory were not published for the 2014–15 collection period. The Indigenous status ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community mental health care NMDS 2015–16: National Community Mental Health Care Database, 2017; Quality Statement

678386 | Quality Statement
The National Community Mental Health Care Database (NCMHCD) contains data on service contacts provided by public sector specialised community mental health services in Australia. There is some variation in the types of service contacts included in the data. For example, some states or territories may include written correspondence as service contacts while others do not. The Indigenous status data should be interpreted with caution due to the varying quality of Indigenous identification acros...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Community mental health care NMDS 2018–19: National Community Mental Health Care Database, 2020; Quality Statement

730009 | Quality Statement
The National Community Mental Health Care Database (NCMHCD) contains data on service contacts provided by public sector specialised community mental health services in Australia. There is some variation in the types of service contacts included in the data. For example, some states or territories may include written correspondence as service contacts while others do not. The Indigenous status data should be interpreted with caution due to the varying quality of Indigenous identification across...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Data quality statement (Specialist Homelessness Services Collection—December quarter 2011)

489216 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary of key data quality issues The Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC) replaces the Supported Accommodation Assistance Program National Data Collection (SAAP NDC). There are significant differences between the two, creating comparability issues. Analysis of the December quarter 2011 SHSC data identified some data quality issues. In particular, the rate of invalid/’don’t know’/missing responses was high for many data items in the December quarter, as it was in the September...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Data quality statement: National Hospital Morbidity Database 2011–12

529483 | Quality Statement | AIHW
This data quality statement provides information relevant to interpretation of the National Hospital Morbidity Database (NHMD) for 2011–12.Summary of key issues • The National Hospital Morbidity Database (NHMD) is a comprehensive dataset that has records for all separations of admitted patients from essentially all public and private hospitals in Australia. • A record is included for each separation, not for each patient, so patients who separated more than once in the year hav...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Data quality statement: National Non-admitted Patient Emergency Department Care Database 2014–15

659668 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Summary of key data quality issues The National Non-admitted Patient Emergency Department Care Database (NNAPEDCD) is a compilation of episode-level data for emergency department presentations in public hospitals. The NAPEDCD is based on the Non-admitted patient emergency department care National Minimum Data Set (NAPEDC NMDS). Changes in the scope of the NAPEDC NMDS between 2012–13 and 2013–14 affect the comparability of data for 2013–14 and subsequent years with data for other reference ye...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Data quality statement: National Non-admitted Patient Emergency Department Care Database 2014–15

621200 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Summary of key data quality issues The National Non-admitted Patient Emergency Department Care Database (NNAPEDCD) is a compilation of episode-level data for emergency department presentations in public hospitals. The NAPEDCD is based on the Non-admitted patient emergency department care National Minimum Data Set (NAPEDC NMDS). Changes in the scope of the NAPEDC NMDS between 2012–13 and 2013–14 affect the comparability of data for 2013–14 and subsequent years with data for other reference ye...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Data Quality Statement: The National (insulin-treated) Diabetes Register 2011

563407 | Quality Statement
Summary of Key Issues The 2011 National (insulin-treated) Diabetes Register (NDR) records new cases of insulin-treated diabetes in Australia, where insulin use commenced between 1 January 1999 and 31 December 2011. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) compiles the NDR using data from the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS); the Australasian Paediatric Endocrine Group’s (APEG) state and territory registers; and the National Death Index (NDI). Some duplication may occur, h...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) - Data Quality Statement

569267 | Quality Statement | AIHW
All states and territories and the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS) (‘the jurisdictions’) collect data on the disability services provided under the National Disability Agreement (NDA) The AIHW compiles the annual Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) from the information supplied by the jurisdictions Services provided under the NDA vary between jurisdictions The count of service users depend on the accuracy of the statistical linkage key. This varies...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) - Data Quality Statement

595387 | Quality Statement | AIHW
All states and territories and the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS) (‘the jurisdictions’) collect data on the disability support services provided under the National Disability Agreement (NDA). The AIHW compiles the annual Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) from the information supplied by the jurisdictions. Services provided under the NDA vary between jurisdictions. The counts of service users depend on the accuracy of the statistical linkage key...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) - Data Quality Statement

518043 | Quality Statement | AIHW
All states and territories, FaHCSIA and DEEWR (‘the jurisdictions’) collect data on the disability services provided under the National Disability Agreement (NDA) The AIHW compiles the annual Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) from the information supplied by the jurisdictions Services provided under the NDA vary between jurisdictions The count of service users depend on the accuracy of the statistical linkage key. This varies by jurisdiction and year While every effort ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Disability Services National Minimum Data Set 2014-15; Quality Statement

615053 | Quality Statement | AIHW
All states and territories and the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS) (‘the jurisdictions’) collect data on the disability support services provided under the National Disability Agreement (NDA). The AIHW compiles the annual Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) from the information supplied by the jurisdictions. Services provided under the NDA vary between jurisdictions. The counts of service users depend on the accuracy of the statistical linkage key...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Disability Services National Minimum Data Set 2015-16; Quality Statement

658619 | Quality Statement | AIHW
All states and territories and the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS) (‘the jurisdictions’) collect data on the disability support services provided under the National Disability Agreement (NDA). The AIHW compiles the annual Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) from the information supplied by the jurisdictions. Services provided under the NDA vary between jurisdictions. The counts of service users depend on the accuracy of the statistical linkage key...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Disability Services National Minimum Data Set 2016-17; Quality Statement

686821 | Quality Statement | AIHW
States and territories and the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS) (‘the jurisdictions’) collect data on the disability support services provided under the National Disability Agreement (NDA). The AIHW compiles the annual Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) from the information supplied by the jurisdictions. Services provided under the NDA vary between by jurisdiction and year. The counts of service users depend on the accuracy of the statistical link...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Disability Services National Minimum Data Set 2017-18; Quality Statement

710932 | Quality Statement | AIHW
States and territories and the Australian Government Department of Social Services (DSS) (‘the jurisdictions’) collect data on the disability support services provided under the National Disability Agreement (NDA). The AIHW compiles the annual Disability Services National Minimum Data Set (DS NMDS) from the information supplied by the jurisdictions. Services provided under the NDA vary by jurisdiction and year. The counts of service users depend on the accuracy of the statistical linkage key....
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Disease expenditure database 2008-09

512599 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues The Disease expenditure database contains estimates of expenditure by disease category, age group and sex for each of the following areas of expenditure: admitted patient hospital services, out-of-hospital medical services, prescription pharmaceuticals, optometrical and dental services, community mental health services and public health cancer screening. Estimates are derived from combining information from the National Hospital Morbidity Database (NHMD), the National Pub...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2010-11

489552 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues The AIHW compiles the Australian Institue of Health and Welfare (AIHW) health expenditure database from a wide range of government and non–government sources. The data are mainly administrative in nature though some survey information is included. Since 2008–09, the main source of government expenditure data has been the Government Health Expenditure national minimum data set (GHE NMDS). The GHE NMDS was developed with the advice of the Health Expenditure Advisory Committ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2011-12

540775 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) compiles its health expenditure database from a wide range of government and non-government sources. The data are mainly administrative in nature though some survey information is included. Since 2008–09, the main source of government expenditure data has been the Government Health Expenditure national minimum data set (GHE NMDS). The GHE NMDS was developed with the advice of the Health Expenditure Advisory Committee (...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2012-13

589638 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) compiles its health expenditure database from a wide range of government and non-government sources. The data are mainly administrative in nature though some survey information is included. Since 2008–09, the main source of government expenditure data has been the Government Health Expenditure National Minimum Data Set (GHE NMDS). The GHE NMDS was developed with the advice of the Health Expenditure Advisory Committee...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2013–14

602679 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) compiles its health expenditure database from a wide range of government and non-government sources. The data are mainly administrative in nature though some survey information is included. Since 2008–09, the main source of government expenditure data has been the Government Health Expenditure National Minimum Data Set (GHE NMDS), which is data provided by teh states and territories to the AIHW. The GHE NMDS was deve...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2014–15; Quality Statement

640407 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues Total health expenditure excludes some types of health-related expenditure, including health-related Australian Defence Force expenditure, some local government expenditure and some non-government organisation expenditure, such as that by the National Heart Foundation and Diabetes Australia. The state and territory estimates are intended to give some indication of differences in the overall levels of expenditure on health within the states and territories; they do not ne...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2015–16; Quality Statement

662758 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues Total health expenditure excludes some types of health-related expenditure, including health-related Australian Defence Force expenditure, some local government expenditure and some non-government organisation expenditure, such as that by the National Heart Foundation and Diabetes Australia. The state and territory estimates are intended to give some indication of differences in the overall levels of expenditure on health within the states and territories; they do not ne...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2016–17; Quality Statement

688305 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues Total health expenditure excludes some types of health-related expenditure, including health-related Australian Defence Force expenditure, some local government expenditure and some non-government organisation expenditure, such as that by the National Heart Foundation and Diabetes Australia. The state and territory estimates are intended to give some indication of differences in the overall levels of expenditure on health within the states and territories; they do not ne...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2017–18; Quality Statement

721415 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues Total health expenditure, as reported from the AIHW health expenditure database, excludes some types of health-related expenditure, including health-related Australian Defence Force expenditure, some local government expenditure and some non-government organisation expenditure, such as that by the National Health Foundation and Diabetes Australia. State and territory estimates are intended to give an indication of differences in the overall levels of expenditure on heal...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Health expenditure database 2018–19; Quality Statement

735937 | Quality Statement
Summary of key issues Total health expenditure, as reported from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) Health Expenditure Database, excludes some types of health-related expenditure, including health-related Australian Defence Force expenditure, some local government expenditure and some non-government organisation expenditure, such as that by the National Heart Foundation and Diabetes Australia. Throughout the years, there have been changes in the cost centres data provided ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home purchase assistance 2011-12 Data Quality Statement

535665 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
All states and territories provide the AIHW with Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) data from their administrative systems. The AIHW compiles this data for annual national reporting on the National Affordable Housing Agreement and internal publications and bulletins. Care should be taken when comparing data across jurisdictions, given differences in the types of HPA programs run and differences in the broader jurisdictional housing systems. Care should also be taken when comparing data across time d...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home purchase assistance 2012-13 Data Quality Statement

580944 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
All states and territories provide the AIHW with Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) data from their administrative systems. The AIHW compiles this data for annual national reporting on the National Affordable Housing Agreement and internal publications and bulletins. Care should be taken when comparing data across jurisdictions, given differences in the types of HPA programs run and differences in the broader jurisdictional housing systems. Care should also be taken when comparing data across time d...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home purchase assistance 2013-14 Data Quality Statement

596536 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary All states and territories provide the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) with Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) data from their administrative systems. Care should be taken when comparing data across jurisdictions, given differences in the types of HPA programs run and differences in the broader jurisdictional housing systems. Care should also be taken when comparing data across time due to changes in the underlying HPA programs and how they are classified. All states and t...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home Purchase Assistance Collection, 2014-15; Quality Statement

627457 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary All states and territories provide the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) with Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) data from their administrative systems. Care should be taken when comparing data across jurisdictions, given differences in the types of HPA programs run and differences in the broader jurisdictional housing systems. Care should also be taken when comparing data across time due to changes in the underlying HPA programs and how they are classified. All states and te...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home Purchase Assistance Collection, 2015–16; Quality Statement

662616 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description States and territories provide financial assistance to households to improve their access to home ownership through a number of programs and maintain administrative data sets about these programs. Extracts of these data sets are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). The Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) programs offered by the states and territories are: direct lending (Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory and...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home Purchase Assistance Collection, 2016–17; Quality Statement

677800 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description States and territories provide financial assistance to households to improve their access to home ownership through a number of programs and maintain administrative data sets about these programs. Extracts of these data sets are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). The Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) programs offered by the states and territories are: direct lending (Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory and...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home Purchase Assistance Collection, 2017–18; Quality Statement

690934 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description States and territories provide financial assistance to households to improve their access to home ownership through a number of programs and maintain administrative data sets about these programs. Extracts of these data sets are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). The Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) programs offered by the states and territories are: direct lending (Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern T...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home Purchase Assistance Collection, 2018–19; Quality Statement

721482 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description States and territories provide financial assistance to households to improve their access to home ownership through a number of programs and maintain administrative data sets about these programs. Extracts of these data sets are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). The Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) programs offered by the states and territories are: direct lending (Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, the Australian Ca...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Home Purchase Assistance Collection, 2019–20; Quality Statement

731026 | Quality Statement
DescriptionStates and territories provide financial assistance to households to improve their access to home ownership through a number of programs and maintain administrative data sets about these programs. Extracts of these data sets are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).The Home Purchase Assistance (HPA) programs offered by the states and territories are:direct lending (Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, the Australian Capital Territory an...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous community housing 2011-12 Data Quality Statement

538900 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
All states and territories provide the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) with Indigenous community housing data from their administrative system. The AIHW compiles this data for reporting in the Report on Government Services (RoGS), the COAG Reform Council’s National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) Report and internal publications and bulletins. Data are provided in a number of formats. In 2011–12, unit record data were provided by Victoria, Western Australia, South Australi...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous community housing 2012-13 Data Quality Statement

600285 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the AIHW by jurisdictions and are sourced from Indigenous community housing organisations (ICHOs) via surveys, the jurisdiction’s administrative systems and dwelling audits conducted by jurisdictions. The annual data collection captures information about ICHOs, the dwellings they manage and the households assisted at 30 June 2013. Financial information is for the year ending 30 June 2013. Summary All states and territories provide the Australian Instit...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous community housing 2013-14 Data Quality Statement

605616 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the AIHW by jurisdictions and are sourced from Indigenous community housing organisations (ICHOs) via surveys, the jurisdiction’s administrative systems and dwelling audits conducted by jurisdictions. The annual data collection captures information about ICHOs, the dwellings they manage and the households assisted at 30 June 2014. Financial information is for the year ending 30 June 2014. Summary All states and territories provide the Australian Institu...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous Community Housing Collection, 2014-15; Quality Statement

628419 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from Indigenous Community Housing Organisations (ICHOs) via surveys, the jurisdiction’s administrative systems and dwelling audits conducted by jurisdictions. The annual data collection captures information about ICHOs, the dwellings they manage and the households assisted at 30 June 2015. Financial information is for the year ending 30 June 2015. Summary All states ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous Community Housing Collection, 2015-16; Quality Statement

660255 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from Indigenous Community Housing Organisations (ICHOs) and jurisdictions' administrative systems and audits. An ICHO is any organisation that is responsible for managing medium- to long-term housing for Indigenous people. This includes community organisations such as resource agencies and land councils, which have a range of functions, provided that they manage housin...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous Community Housing Collection, 2016–17; Quality Statement

677789 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from Indigenous Community Housing Organisations (ICHOs) and jurisdictions’ administrative systems and audits. An ICHO is any organisation that is responsible for managing medium- to long-term housing for Indigenous people. This includes community organisations such as resource agencies and land councils, which have a range of functions, provided that they manage housin...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous Community Housing Collection, 2017-18; Quality Statement

690936 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from Indigenous Community Housing Organisations (ICHOs) and jurisdictions’ administrative systems and audits. An ICHO is any organisation that is responsible for managing medium- to long-term housing for Indigenous people. This includes community organisations such as resource agencies and land councils, which have a range of functions, provided that they manage housin...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous Community Housing Collection, 2018-19; Quality Statement

721480 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Description Data are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from Indigenous Community Housing Organisations (ICHOs) and jurisdictions’ administrative systems and audits. An ICHO is any organisation that is responsible for managing medium- to long-term housing for Indigenous people. This includes community organisations such as resource agencies and land councils, which have a range of functions, provided that they manage housin...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous Community Housing Collection, 2019–20; Quality Statement

731023 | Quality Statement
DescriptionData are provided annually to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by jurisdictions and are sourced from Indigenous Community Housing Organisations (ICHOs) and jurisdictions’ administrative systems and audits.An ICHO is any organisation that is responsible for managing medium- to long-term housing for Indigenous people. This includes community organisations such as resource agencies and land councils, which have a range of functions, provided that they manage housing ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous community housing data collection 2010–11 Data Quality Statement

495770 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary All states and territories provide the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) with Indigenous community housing data from their administrative system. The AIHW compiles this data for reporting in the Report on Government Services (RoGS), the COAG Reform Council’s National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) Report and internal publications and bulletins. Data is provided in a number of formats. In 2010–11, unit record data was provided by Victoria, South Australia and Tasman...
Standard: Indigenous
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2013)

563434 | Quality Statement | AIHW
The Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (nKPIs) database collects service-level information from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health organisations funded by the Australian Government. AIHW identified three major problems with data quality: divergence of data among two or more questions, missing data, and inappropriate data provided for the question. Where needed, AIHW staff contacted organisations to follow up and get additional or corrected data.
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2014)

593841 | Quality Statement | AIHW
The Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (nKPIs) database collects service-level information from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health organisations funded by the Australian Government. AIHW identified three major problems with data quality. First, sometimes data that should be present were missing. Second, sometimes inappropriate data were provided for the question, for instance the organisation may note that the information they provided does not adhere to the stan...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (December 2014)

615756 | Quality Statement | AIHW
The Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (nKPIs) database collects service-level information from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health organisations funded by the Australian Government. AIHW identified 3 major problems with data quality: firstly, sometimes data that should be present were missing; secondly, sometimes inappropriate data were provided for the question, for instance the organisation may note that the information they provided does not adhere to the stan...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (December 2017)

706629 | Quality Statement | AIHW
The Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (nKPIs) database contains service-level information from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health organisations funded by the Australian Government as well as a smaller number of services funded by the Northern Territory Government. The AIHW maintains this database and uses it to produce public national reports, released annually, and individual service-level reports for each 6-monthly reporting cycle provided back to each...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (December 2018)

743252 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Description Since June 2012, the National Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) have been collected biannually from organisations funded by the Australian Government to provide health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Indigenous Australians). The collection consists of a set of aggregate health-outcome and process-of-care measures across the domains of maternal and child health, preventative health and chronic disease management. Summary of key issues The number of organis...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (December 2019)

743402 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Description Since June 2012, the National Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) have been collected biannually from organisations funded by the Australian Government to provide health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Indigenous Australians). The collection consists of a set of aggregate health-outcome and process-of-care measures across the domains of maternal and child health, preventative health and chronic disease management. Summary of key issues The number of organis...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (December 2020)

747924 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Description Since June 2012, the National Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) have been collected biannually from organisations funded by the Australian Government to provide health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Indigenous Australians). The collection consists of a set of aggregate health-outcome and process-of-care measures across the domains of maternal and child health, preventative health and chronic disease management. Summary of key issues The number of organis...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (June 2016)

672769 | Quality Statement | AIHW
The Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (nKPIs) database contains service-level information from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health organisations funded by the Australian Government as well as a smaller number of services funded by the Northern Territory Government. The AIHW maintains this database and uses it to produce public national reports, released annually, and individual service-level reports for each 6-weekly reporting cycle provided back to each ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (June 2018)

713280 | Quality Statement | AIHW
The Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (nKPIs) database contains service-level information from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health organisations funded by the Australian Government. The AIHW maintains this database and uses it to produce public national reports, released annually, public online data visualisations and individual service-level reports for each 6-monthly reporting cycle provided back to each organisation.
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (June 2019)

743387 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Description Since June 2012, the National Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) have been collected biannually from organisations funded by the Australian Government to provide health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Indigenous Australians). The collection consists of a set of aggregate health-outcome and process-of-care measures across the domains of maternal and child health, preventative health and chronic disease management. Summary of key issues The number of organis...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (June 2020)

743433 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Description Since June 2012, the National Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) have been collected biannually from organisations funded by the Australian Government to provide health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Indigenous Australians). The collection consists of a set of aggregate health-outcome and process-of-care measures across the domains of maternal and child health, preventative health and chronic disease management. Summary of key issues The number of organis...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (June 2021)

752838 | Quality Statement
DescriptionSince June 2012, the National Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) have been collected biannually from organisations funded by the Australian Government to provide health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (Indigenous Australians). The collection consists of a set of aggregate health-outcome and process-of-care measures across the domains of maternal and child health, preventative health and chronic disease management.Summary of key issuesThe number of organisation...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Juvenile Justice NMDS 2016–17: Quality Statement

696214 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Summary of Key Issues The Juvenile Justice National Minimum Data Set (JJ NMDS) contains information on young people in Australia who were supervised by youth justice agencies because they were alleged or proven to have committed an offence. The JJ NMDS is the only national collection of youth justice data. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) compiles the JJ NMDS each year using data extracted from the administrative systems of the state and territory departments responsible fo...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Juvenile Justice NMDS 2017–18: Quality Statement

715286 | Quality Statement | AIHW
Summary of Key Issues The Juvenile Justice National Minimum Data Set (JJ NMDS) contains information on young people in Australia who were supervised by youth justice agencies because they were alleged or proven to have committed an offence. The JJ NMDS is the only national collection of youth justice data. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) compiles the JJ NMDS each year using data extracted from the administrative systems of the state and territory departments responsible fo...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Key Performance Indicators for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 15-Rate of seclusion (acute inpatient units), 2014-15; Quality statement

624018 | Quality Statement
Definition: Number of seclusion events per 1000 bed days in specialised public mental health acute inpatient units Numerator: Number of seclusion events in specialised public mental health acute inpatient units. Denominator: Number of accrued mental health care days in specialised public mental health acute inpatient units. Computation: Expressed as a rate. Calculation is: (Numerator ÷ Denominator) x 1000. Use of restrictive practices during admitted patient care Health Ministers endorsed the ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Mental Health Establishments NMDS 2013–14: National Residential Mental Health Care Database, 2015; Quality Statement

629844 | Quality Statement
The National Mental Health Establishments Database (NMHED) contains data on specialised mental health care services managed or funded by state or territory health authorities in Australia. Description The National Mental Health Establishments Database (NMHED) contains data on all specialised mental health services managed or funded by state or territory health authorities as specified by the Mental health establishments (MHE) National Minimum Data Set (NMDS) (see link). The concept of a special...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Mental Health Establishments NMDS 2014–15: National Mental Health Establishments Database, 2017; Quality Statement

661582 | Quality Statement
The long term nature of the data contained in the National Mental Health Establishments Database (NMHED) means any analysis must consider all of the coherence caveats included in this quality statement. These specify classification changes from year to year. For example, changes to the classification of services from hospital to residential services. From 2014–15, all Youth beds are reported separately; previously these were rolled into the General category. Small numbers of beds for some Res...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

Mental Health Establishments NMDS 2015–16: National Mental Health Establishments Database, 2018; Quality Statement

680148 | Quality Statement
The long term nature of the data contained in the National Mental Health Establishments Database (NMHED) means any analysis must consider all of the coherence caveats included in this quality statement. These specify classification changes from year to year. For example, changes to the classification of services from hospital to residential services. Service level expenditure comparisons between states and territories must take into consideration the service profile mix in each jurisdiction. ...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

National Bowel Cancer Screening Program screening data 2013–2015; Quality Statement

637181 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Summary of Key Issues National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) screening data are highly relevant for monitoring trends and outcomes from NBCSP screening participation. NBCSP data depend on the return of data forms from participants, general practitioners, colonoscopists and pathologists to the NBCSP Register. Analysis by remoteness, socioeconomic status, Primary Health Network (PHN) and Statistical Area 3 (SA3) are based on postcode or Statistical Area 1 of residential address of NBC...
Superseded: AIHW Data Quality Statements

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