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Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2012)

430638 | Indicator Set | Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA), Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
NOTE: THIS INDICATOR SET HAS BEEN SUPERSEDED BY ITS EQUIVALENT FOR 2013, WITHOUT BEING MADE A STANDARD. As part of the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed that the Department of Health and Ageing, in partnership with the state and territory health departments and in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, would develop a set of national key performance indicators (KPIs) for Indigenous specific primary health ...
Superseded: Health

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2013)

457994 | Indicator Set | Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA), Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
As part of the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed that the Department of Health and Ageing, in partnership with the state and territory health departments and in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, would develop a set of national key performance indicators (KPIs) for Indigenous specific primary health care services. The Indigenous primary health care national key performance indicators (KPIs) will monito...
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2014)

481307 | Indicator Set | Department of Health, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
As part of the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed that the Department of Health and Ageing, in partnership with the state and territory health departments and in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, would develop a set of national key performance indicators (KPIs) for Indigenous specific primary health care services. The Indigenous primary health care national key performance indicators (KPIs) will monito...
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2015)

584983 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Department of Health
As part of the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed that the Australian Government Department of Health, in partnership with the state and territory health departments and in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, would develop a set of national key performance indicators (KPIs) for Indigenous specific primary health care services. The Indigenous primary health care national key performance indicators (KPIs) ...
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2015-2017)

686315 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Australian Government Department of Health
As part of the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed that the Australian Government Department of Health, in partnership with the state and territory health departments and in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, would develop a set of national key performance indicators (KPIs) for Indigenous specific primary health care services. The Indigenous primary health care national key performance indicators (KPIs) ...
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2015-2017)

663886 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Australian Government Department of Health
As part of the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed that the Australian Government Department of Health, in partnership with the state and territory health departments and in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, would develop a set of national key performance indicators (KPIs) for Indigenous specific primary health care services. The Indigenous primary health care national key performance indicators (KPIs) ...
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators 2018-2019

687913 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Australian Government Department of Health
As part of the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed that the Australian Government Department of Health, in partnership with the state and territory health departments and in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, would develop a set of national key performance indicators (KPIs) for Indigenous specific primary health-care services. The Indigenous primary health care national key performance indicators (KPIs) ...
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators June 2020

717261 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Australian Government Department of Health
As part of the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed that the Australian Government Department of Health, in partnership with the state and territory health departments and in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, would develop a set of key performance indicators for Indigenous specific primary health-care services. The national Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prim...
Retired: Health
Superseded: Indigenous

National Healthcare Agreement: P04-Incidence of selected cancers, 2010 QS

392605 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The quality of Indigenous identification in cancer registry data varies between jurisdictions. National disaggregation by Indigenous status is based on jurisdictions with adequate data quality (such as Qld, WA, SA and NT). Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of diagnosis.
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: P10-Breast cancer screening rates, 2010 QS

392609 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of screening. These data are only available at the national level. Further breakdown by state and territory would give inaccurate results. Indigenous status data are only available at the national level as cells sizes are too small to provide meaningful comparison between jurisdictions.
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: P11-Cervical screening rates (National Cervical Screening Program), 2010 QS

392611 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of screening. These data are only available at the national level. Further breakdown by state and territory would give inaccurate results. Hysterectomy fractions are derived from the 2001 National Health Survey (NHS), and were validated in 2008 using data from the National Hospital Morbidity Database. Indigenous status is not collected by cervical cytology registers.
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: P12-Bowel cancer screening rates, 2010 QS

392613 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of screening. These data are only available at the national level. Further breakdown by state and territory would give inaccurate results. Indigenous status is self-reported by participating individuals. However, high non-response by participants means this data item currently does not give meaningful results. Lack of inclusion of people screened outside the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBC...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 01-Proportion of babies born with low birth weight, 2017, QS

630365 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The data used to calculate this indicator are from the National Perinatal Data Collection (NPDC), which is a national population-based cross-sectional data collection of pregnancy and childbirth. Data supplied for the NPDC consist of the Perinatal National Minimum Data Set (NMDS), as well as a series of additional data items. The Perinatal NMDS is an agreed set of standardised perinatal data elements for mandatory supply by states and territories to support national reporting. This measure exc...
Standard: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 01-Proportion of babies born with low birth weight, 2018, QS

681694 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The data used to calculate this indicator are from the National Perinatal Data Collection (NPDC), which is a national population-based cross-sectional data collection of pregnancy and childbirth. Data supplied for the NPDC consist of the Perinatal national minimum data set (NMDS), as well as a series of additional data items. The Perinatal NMDS is an agreed set of standardised perinatal data elements for mandatory supply by states and territories to support national reporting. This measure exc...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 02-Incidence of selected cancers, 2013 QS

507189 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The 1982–2009 data files for New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory were not available for inclusion in the 2009 version of the Australian Cancer Database (ACD). An extended delay with receipt of mortality data from the Council of Australian Registrars has meant that New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory have not been able to close off their 2009 data sets. As a consequence 2009 cancer data for these jurisdictions is not available for reporting purposes. Therefore, t...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 02-Incidence of selected cancers, 2014 QS

517768 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
2010 incidence data for NSW and ACT were not available for inclusion in the 2010 version of the Australian Cancer Database (ACD). The development of the new NSW Cancer Registries system has resulted in a delay in processing incidence data for 2010 onwards. Details of the expected time-line for processing of 2010 cancer incidence data for NSW and ACT are available at: http://www.cancerinstitute.org.au/data-and-statistics/accessing-our-data/availability-of-nsw-central-cancer-registry-data#incidenc...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 02-Incidence of selected cancers, 2015 QS

559140 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The 2010 and 2011 incidence data for NSW and the ACT were not available for inclusion in the 2011 version of the Australian Cancer Database (ACD). The development of the new NSW Cancer Registries system has resulted in a delay in processing incidence data for 2010 onwards and therefore the most recent NSW data available for inclusion in the ACD are for 2009. Full details about this situation are given on the web page http://www.cancerinstitute.org.au/data-and-statistics/accessing-our-data/availa...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 04-Incidence of selected cancers, 2011 QS

447903 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The quality of Indigenous identification in cancer registry data varies between jurisdictions. National disaggregation by Indigenous status is based on jurisdictions with adequate data quality (Western Australia, South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory). Even with adequate data quality, the small numbers behind many disaggregations means certain Indigenous data are not robust enough for meaningful comparisons. Information on adequacy of Indigenous identification i...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 04-Incidence of selected cancers, 2012 QS

500956 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
This indicator only counts one year of incidence data. For jurisdictions that record relatively small numbers of cancers, rates may fluctuate from year to year; these changes should be interpreted with caution. The quality of Indigenous identification in cancer registry data varies between jurisdictions. Western Australia, South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory have indicated their Indigenous data quality are sufficient for reporting. Indigenous data for other j...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 10-Breast cancer screening rates, 2011 QS

447953 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of screening, not the location of screening. State/Territory disaggregation by remoteness and socioeconomic status is subject to data quality considerations. Indigenous status data are only available at the national level as cells sizes are too small to provide meaningful comparison between jurisdictions.
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 10-Breast cancer screening rates, 2012 QS

500946 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of screening, not the location of screening. State/Territory disaggregation by remoteness and socioeconomic status is subject to data quality considerations. Indigenous status data are only available at the national level as numbers are too small to provide meaningful comparison between jurisdictions.
Retired: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 11-Cervical screening rates, 2011 QS

447960 | Quality Statement
Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of screening, not the location of screening. State/territory disaggregation by remoteness and socioeconomic status is subject to data quality considerations. Hysterectomy fractions are derived from the 2001 National Health Survey. Indigenous status is not collected by cervical cytology registers.
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 11-Cervical screening rates, 2012 QS

500681 | Quality Statement
Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of screening, not the location of screening. State/territory disaggregation by remoteness and socioeconomic status is subject to data quality considerations. Hysterectomy fractions are derived from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) National Hospitals Morbidity Database. Indigenous status is not collected by cervical cytology registers.
Retired: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 12-Bowel cancer screening rates, 2011 QS

447975 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The suspension of the NBCSP due to a fault in the FOBT kit, and the subsequent remediation process, greatly affected the COAG participation rates for 2009 and should be taken into account when comparing to previous or future COAG data for this indicator. Participation rates were lower when measured against the estimated resident population because fewer people had an opportunity to participate as a result of: the suspension of the NBCSP between 2 May 2009 and 9 November 2009 during which no inv...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 12-Bowel cancer screening rates, 2012 QS

500678 | Quality Statement | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The suspension of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) due to a fault in the Faecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT) kit, and the subsequent remediation process, greatly affected the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) participation rates for 2009 and 2010. This should be taken into account when comparing these years to previous or future COAG data for this indicator. Remoteness and socioeconomic status are based on postcode of residential address at the time of screening. Indigeno...
Retired: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 19-Infant and young child mortality rate, 2012 QS

500540 | Quality Statement
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 19-Selected potentially avoidable GP-type presentations to emergency departments, 2013 QS

507369 | Quality Statement
The scope of the data used to produce this indicator is non-admitted patients registered for care in emergency departments in public hospitals classified as either peer group A (Principal referral and Specialist women’s and children’s hospitals) or peer group B (Large hospitals). Most of the hospitals in peer groups A and B are in major cities. Therefore, disaggregation by remoteness, socioeconomic status and Indigenous status should be interpreted with caution. For 2010–11, the coverage of the ...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 19-Selected potentially avoidable GP-type presentations to emergency departments, 2014 QS

517737 | Quality Statement
The scope of the data used to produce this indicator is non-admitted patients registered for care in emergency departments in public hospitals classified as either peer group A (Principal referral and Specialist women’s and children’s hospitals) or peer group B (Large hospitals). Most of the hospitals in peer groups A and B are in major cities. Therefore, disaggregation by remoteness, socioeconomic status and Indigenous status should be interpreted with caution. For 2011–12, the coverage of the...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 21a-Waiting times for emergency department care: proportion seen on time, 2013 QS

507421 | Quality Statement
The scope of the data used to produce this indicator is non-admitted patients registered for care in emergency departments in public hospitals classified as either peer group A (Principal referral and Specialist women’s and children’s hospitals) or peer group B (Large hospitals). Most of the hospitals in peer groups A and B are in major cities. Therefore, disaggregation by remoteness, socioeconomic status and Indigenous status should be interpreted with caution. For 2010–11, the coverage of the...
Superseded: Health

National Healthcare Agreement: PI 59-Age-standardised mortality by major cause of death, 2012 QS

500078 | Quality Statement
Superseded: Health

National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 13-Tobacco smoking during pregnancy, 2011

425773 | Indicator
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 14-Antenatal care, 2011

425775 | Indicator
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 22a-Unemployment rate (Census Data), 2011

425797 | Indicator
Superseded: Health, Indigenous

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