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Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI16b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients who have alcohol consumption status recorded, December 2020

739405 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI16b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients who have alcohol consumption status recorded, June 2021

747524 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI17a-Number of Indigenous regular clients who have an AUDIT-C result within a specified level, June 2021

747520 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI17a-Number of Indigenous regular clients who have an AUDIT-C result within specified levels, December 2020

739423 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI17b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients who have an AUDIT-C result within a specified level, June 2021

747510 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI17b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients who have an AUDIT-C result within specified levels, December 2020

739426 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI18a-Number of Indigenous regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have a kidney function test recorded, December 2020

739436 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI18a-Number of Indigenous regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have a kidney function test recorded, June 2021

747504 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI18b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have a kidney function test recorded, December 2020

739438 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI18b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have a kidney function test recorded, June 2021

747502 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI19a-Number of Indigenous regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have a kidney function test result within a specified level, June 2021

747492 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI19a-Number of Indigenous regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have a kidney function test result within specified levels, December 2020

739450 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI19b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have a kidney function test result within a specified level, June 2021

747490 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI19b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have a kidney function test result within specified levels, December 2020

739454 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI20a-Number of Indigenous regular clients who have the necessary risk factors recorded to assess absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, December 2020

739463 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI20a-Number of Indigenous regular clients who have the necessary risk factors recorded to assess absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, June 2021

747483 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI20b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients who have the necessary risk factors recorded to assess absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, December 2020

739465 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI20b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients who have the necessary risk factors recorded to assess absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, June 2021

747481 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI21a-Number of Indigenous regular clients who have an absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment result within a specified level, June 2021

747474 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI21a-Number of Indigenous regular clients who have an absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment result within specified levels, December 2020

739468 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI21b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients who have an absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment result within a specified level, June 2021

747470 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI21b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients who have an absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment result within specified levels, December 2020

739470 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI22a-Number of female Indigenous regular clients who have a cervical screening (HPV) test, December 2020

731858 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI22a-Number of female Indigenous regular clients who have a cervical screening (HPV) test, June 2021

747443 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI22b-Proportion of female Indigenous regular clients who have a cervical screening (HPV) test, December 2020

731863 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI22b-Proportion of female Indigenous regular clients who have a cervical screening (HPV) test, June 2021

747439 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI23a-Number of Indigenous regular clients with type 2 diabetes who have a blood pressure measurement result recorded, December 2020

739474 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI23a-Number of Indigenous regular clients with type 2 diabetes who have a blood pressure measurement result recorded, June 2021

747434 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI23b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with type 2 diabetes who have a blood pressure measurement result recorded, December 2020

739478 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI23b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with type 2 diabetes who have a blood pressure measurement result recorded, June 2021

747431 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI24a-Number of Indigenous regular clients with type 2 diabetes who have a blood pressure measurement result within a specified category, December 2020

739481 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI24a-Number of Indigenous regular clients with type 2 diabetes who have a blood pressure measurement result within a specified category, June 2021

747427 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI24b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with type 2 diabetes who have a blood pressure measurement result within a specified category, December 2020

739483 | Indicator
Superseded: Indigenous

Indigenous-specific primary health care: PI24b-Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with type 2 diabetes who have a blood pressure measurement result within a specified category, June 2021

747423 | Indicator
Standard: Indigenous

Influenza immunisation indicator

457682 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
An indicator of immunisation against influenza.
Standard: Health, Indigenous

Information release authorisation indicator

567544 | Property
An indicator of permission for the use of information for secondary purposes such as policy development, research and service improvement.
Standard: Indigenous

Information technology usage indicator

563086 | Property
An indicator of the use of computers to produce, store and retrieve information.
Standard: Indigenous

Information technology usage type

563192 | Property
A descriptor of the type of information technology used to produce, store and retrieve information.
Standard: Indigenous

Information technology usage type code N

563167 | Value Domain
A code set representing the type of information technology used.
Standard: Indigenous

Intact tympanic membrane condition

505125 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The condition of the intact tympanic membrane located in the middle ear that transmits sound vibrations to the internal ear.
Standard: Indigenous

Intact tympanic membrane condition code N

507830 | Value Domain | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the condition of an intact tympanic membrane.
Standard: Indigenous

Intact tympanic membrane condition code N

505122 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the condition of an intact tympanic membrane.
Standard: Indigenous

Intact tympanic membrane indicator

505098 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether the membrane that transmits sound vibrations from the middle ear to the internal ear is intact.
Standard: Indigenous

Left/right code A

681936 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing 'left' and 'right'.
Standard: Indigenous

Length of stay

269031 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The duration of an episode of care or service event that includes the provision of accommodation and/or residential care.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health, Indigenous
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Length of time position vacant

567147 | Property
The length of time a job opening, that has not yet been filled by a worker, exists.
Standard: Indigenous

Level of highest qualification in employment field

390955 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The highest level attained for a qualification in an employment related field.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Early Childhood, Indigenous

Live birth

327248 | Glossary Item | National Perinatal Data Development Committee, National Perinatal Data Advisory Committee.
A live birth is defined by the World Health Organization to be the complete expulsion or extraction from the mother of a baby, irrespective of the duration of the pregnancy, which, after such separation, breathes or shows any other evidence of life, such as beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord, or definite movement of the voluntary muscles, whether or not the umbilical cord has been cut or the placenta is attached. Each product of such a birth is considered live born.
Superseded: Health, Indigenous
Standard: Tasmanian Health

Live birth

733187 | Glossary Item | National Perinatal Data Development Committee, National Perinatal Data Advisory Committee.
A live birth is defined by the World Health Organization to be the complete expulsion or extraction from the mother of a baby, irrespective of the duration of the pregnancy, which, after such separation, breathes or shows any other evidence of life, such as beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord, or definite movement of the voluntary muscles, whether or not the umbilical cord has been cut or the placenta is attached. Each product of such a birth is considered live born.
Standard: Health, Indigenous, Tasmanian Health

MBS Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS Item 715) indicator

504937 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether a Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (Item 715) has been claimed.
Standard: Health, Indigenous

Medicare card number identifier N(11)

270694 | Value Domain
A combination of numeric characters that uniquely identify a Medicare customer.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health, Indigenous, WA Health

Medication recommended indicator

505355 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether a legally prescribed medication has been recommended.
Standard: Indigenous

Memorandum of understanding

578295 | Glossary Item
Agreements between services that outline agreed protocols and arrangements for referral, support and other relevant interagency issues.
Standard: Indigenous

Memorandum of understanding indicator

578290 | Property
An indicator of the existence of agreements between services that outline agreed protocols and arrangements for referral, support and other relevant interagency issues.
Standard: Indigenous

Microalbumin urine test result recorded indicator

464965 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
An indicator of whether a microalbumin urine test result has been recorded.
Standard: Health, Indigenous

Middle ear

529970 | Glossary Item
The middle ear begins with the eardrum at the end of the ear canal. The middle ear contains three tiny bones, called the ossicles. These three bones form a connection from the eardrum to the inner ear. As sound waves hit the eardrum, the eardrum moves back and forth causing the ossicles to move. As a result, the sound wave is changed to a mechanical vibration.
Standard: Indigenous

Middle ear condition indicator

530456 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether an ear condition, located between the inner ear and the eardrum, has been diagnosed.
Standard: Indigenous

Middle ear condition type

504299 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A descriptor of the condition of the middle ear lying between the inner ear and the eardrum.
Standard: Indigenous

Middle ear condition type code N.N

504296 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of middle ear conditions.
Standard: Indigenous

Mode of transport home code N

567605 | Value Domain | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the mode of transport used to travel home.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty

574902 | Glossary Item
The surgical repair of perforations of the tympanic membrane with a tissue graft, performed to correct hearing loss. With the patient under local or general anaesthesia, the openings in the tympanic membrane are enlarged and the grafting material is sutured over them.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty approach type

568219 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A descriptor of the surgical approach used to repair a hole in a tympanic membrane.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty approach type code N

568216 | Value Domain | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of approach used in a myringoplasty.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty cluster

567985 | Data Set Specification | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Myringoplasty cluster defines information relating to the approach used for myringoplasty, the ear affected, type of graft used and the state of the middle ear.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty graft attachment type

568335 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A descriptor of the technique used to attach a graft during surgery to repair a hole in a tympanic membrane.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty graft attachment type code N[N]

568321 | Value Domain | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the technique used to attach a graft during a myringoplasty.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty graft type

568302 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A descriptor of the type of graft used to repair a hole in a tympanic membrane during surgery.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty graft type code N[N]

568300 | Value Domain | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of graft used in a myringoplasty.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringoplasty indicator

572705 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether surgery is for the repair of a perforated tympanic membrane.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringotomy

574904 | Glossary Item
A surgical incision of the tympanic membrane, performed to relieve pressure and release pus or fluid from the middle ear. The tympanic membrane is incised, and cultures may be taken; fluid is gently suctioned from the middle ear.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringotomy cluster

568006 | Data Set Specification | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Myringotomy cluster defines information relating to a myringotomy including the side of the ear in which surgery is performed, whether there is fluid in the middle ear and the type of fluid and whether grommets were inserted.
Standard: Indigenous

Myringotomy indicator

572718 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether a small incision is created in the tympanic membrane during a surgical procedure, to relieve pressure caused by excessive build-up of fluid or to drain pus from the middle ear.
Standard: Indigenous

Name of Northern Territory hospital

567571 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The name of a hospital in the Northern Territory authorised to provide treatment and/or care to patients.
Standard: Indigenous

Name of Northern Territory hospital code AA[A]

567561 | Value Domain | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the names of hospitals in the Northern Territory.
Standard: Indigenous

Name of training provider

579499 | Property
The name assigned to an organisation or individual that provides education or training services.
Standard: Indigenous

Name title

269225 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An honorific form of address commencing a name.
Standard: Health, Community Services (retired), Indigenous, Disability, Tasmanian Health

Name title text X[X(11)]

453729 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A combination of alphabetic characters that identify the title of a name.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Indigenous, Disability, Health

Name type

269227 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A descriptor of the class of name.
Standard: Health, Community Services (retired), Indigenous, Disability

National Affordability Housing Agreement: g-Proportion of Indigenous households living in overcrowded conditions, 2010

410478 | Indicator
Standard: Homelessness, Indigenous

National Affordability Housing Agreement: g-Proportion of Indigenous households living in overcrowded conditions, 2010 QS

410511 | Quality Statement
Summary statement not provided.
Standard: Homelessness, Indigenous

National Disability Agreement: (f)-Number of Indigenous people with disability receiving disability services as a proportion of the Indigenous potential population requiring services, 2012 QS

478532 | Quality Statement
1. The quality of data about Indigeneity varies substantially between jurisdictions and data sources. Caution should be exercised when interpreting these data. It is recommended that these data be viewed in close conjunction with information about the data quality. 2. DS/CSTDA NMDS data are generated by processes that deliver services to people. It is assumed that these processes involve the determination of eligibility and the assessment of disability support needs following broadly consistent ...
Standard: Community Services (retired), Indigenous

National Disability Agreement: f(1)-Number of Indigenous people with disability receiving disability services as a proportion of the Indigenous potential population requiring services, 2012

467943 | Indicator
Superseded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Indigenous

National Disability Agreement: f(2)-Number of Indigenous people with disability receiving disability services as a proportion of the Indigenous potential population requiring services, 2012

467946 | Indicator
Superseded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: P64a-Indigenous Australians in the health workforce, 2010

395129 | Indicator
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: P64a-Indigenous Australians in the health workforce, 2010 QS

393092 | Quality Statement | Australian Bureau of Statistics
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) Labour Force Surveys, which are the data source for the indicator, were conducted with a focus on the overall professions, rather than Indigenous people. Data are presented on medical practitioners, nurses and midwives only. These professions are only a part of the health workforce and exclude Aboriginal Health Workers, a large segment of the Indigenous health workforce. For the indicator, data are limited because of the small numbers of In...
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: PB 02-By 2018, reduce the national smoking rate to 10 per cent of the population and halve the Indigenous smoking rate (Baseline specification), 2012

435809 | Indicator
Superseded: Health
Standard: Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: PB 08-Close the life expectancy gap for Indigenous Australians within a generation, 2012

443701 | Indicator
Superseded: Health
Standard: Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: PB 09-Halve the mortality gap for Indigenous children under five within a decade, 2012

443707 | Indicator
Superseded: Health
Standard: Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 64a-Indigenous Australians in the health workforce, 2011

421583 | Indicator
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 64a-Indigenous Australians in the health workforce, 2012

435914 | Indicator
Retired: Health
Standard: Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 64a-Indigenous Australians in the health workforce, 2012 QS

500064 | Quality Statement | Australian Bureau of Statistics
The AIHW Medical Labour Force Survey and the AIHW Nursing and Midwifery Labour Force Survey, which are the data sources for the indicator, were conducted with a focus on the overall professions, rather than Indigenous Australians. For the indicator, data are limited because of the small numbers of Indigenous Australians identified in the surveys. Small numbers are a result of: small Indigenous representation in the Australian population; small Indigenous representation in the Australian hea...
Retired: Health
Standard: Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 64a: Indigenous Australians in the health workforce (for selected professions of medical practitioners and nurses/midwives), 2011 QS

448973 | Quality Statement
The AIHW Medical Labour Force Survey and the AIHW Nursing and Midwifery Labour Force Survey, which are the data sources for the indicator, were conducted with a focus on the overall professions, rather than Indigenous Australians. For the indicator, data are limited because of the small numbers of Indigenous Australians identified in the surveys. Small numbers are a result of: small Indigenous representation in the Australian population; small Indigenous representation in the Australian health...
Superseded: Health
Standard: Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 64b-Indigenous Australians in the health workforce, 2012

435906 | Indicator
Retired: Health
Standard: Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement (2011)

425730 | Indicator Set
Through this Agreement, the Parties commit to working together with Indigenous Australians to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. COAG has agreed to the following targets: closing the life expectancy gap within a generation; halving the gap in mortality rates for Indigenous children under five within a decade; ensuring all Indigenous four years olds in remote communities have access to early childhood education within five years; halving the gap for Indigenous students in reading, writ...
Superseded: Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement (2012)

438475 | Indicator Set
Through this Agreement, the Parties commit to working together with Indigenous Australians to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. COAG has agreed to the following targets: closing the life expectancy gap within a generation; halving the gap in mortality rates for Indigenous children under five within a decade; ensuring all Indigenous four years olds in remote communities have access to early childhood education within five years; halving the gap for Indigenous students in reading, writ...
Superseded: Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement (2013)

481045 | Indicator Set
Through this Agreement, the Parties commit to working together with Indigenous Australians to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. COAG has agreed to the following targets: closing the life expectancy gap within a generation; halving the gap in mortality rates for Indigenous children under five within a decade; ensuring all Indigenous four years olds in remote communities have access to early childhood education within five years; halving the gap for Indigenous students in reading, writ...
Superseded: Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement (2014)

525754 | Indicator Set
Through this Agreement, the Parties commit to working together with Indigenous Australians to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. COAG has agreed to the following targets: closing the life expectancy gap within a generation; halving the gap in mortality rates for Indigenous children under five within a decade; ensuring all Indigenous four years olds in remote communities have access to early childhood education within five years; halving the gap for Indigenous students in reading, writ...
Superseded: Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement (2015)

578744 | Indicator Set
Through this Agreement, the Parties commit to working together with Indigenous Australians to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. COAG has agreed to the following targets: closing the life expectancy gap within a generation; halving the gap in mortality rates for Indigenous children under five within a decade; ensuring all Indigenous four years olds in remote communities have access to early childhood education within five years; halving the gap for Indigenous students in reading, writ...
Superseded: Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement (2016)

611122 | Indicator Set
Through the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Parties commit to working together with Indigenous Australians to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. In 2008, all governments in Australia committed to work towards ‘Closing the Gap’, with the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreeing to six specific targets and timelines (COAG 2012a). The targets are set out in the NIRA between the Australian Government and the state and territory governments (COAG 2012b). In May 2014, ...
Superseded: Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement (2017)

645344 | Indicator Set
Through the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Parties commit to working together with Indigenous Australians to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. In 2008, all governments in Australia committed to work towards ‘Closing the Gap’, with the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreeing to six specific targets and timelines (COAG 2012a). The targets are set out in the NIRA between the Australian Government and the state and territory governments (COAG 2012b). In May 2014, ...
Superseded: Indigenous

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