Establishment—recurrent expenditure (indirect health care) (public health and monitoring services) (financial year), total Australian currency N[N(8)]
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Element|
|Short name:||Recurrent expenditure (indirect health care)— public health and monitoring services|
|Definition:||Expenditure on indirect health care that is related to public health and monitoring services, for a financial year.|
|Data Element Concept:||Establishment—recurrent expenditure (indirect health care)|
Value domain attributes
|Maximum character length:||9|
|Unit of measure:||Australian currency (AU$)|
Data element attributes
Collection and usage attributes
|Guide for use:|
To be provided at the state level. Public or registered non-profit services and organisations with centralised, statewide or national public health or monitoring services. These include programs concerned primarily with preventing the occurrence of diseases and mitigating their effect, and includes such activities as mass chest X-ray campaigns, immunisation and vaccination programs, control of communicable diseases, ante-natal and post-natal clinics, preschool and school medical services, infant welfare clinics, hygiene and nutrition advisory services, food and drug inspection services, regulation of standards of sanitation, quarantine services, pest control, anti-cancer, anti-drug and anti-smoking campaigns and other programs to increase public awareness of disease symptoms and health hazards, occupational health services, Worksafe Australia, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and the National Health and Medical Research Council.
Included here would be child dental services comprising expenditure incurred (other than by individual establishments) or dental examinations, provision of preventive and curative dentistry, dental health education for infants and school children and expenditure incurred in the training of dental therapists.
Record values up to hundreds of millions of dollars.
|Comments:||Resources Working Party members were concerned about the possibility of double-counting of programs at the hospital and again at the state level and were also concerned at the lack of uniformity between states. Where possible expenditure relating to programs operated by hospitals should be at the hospital level.|
Source and reference attributes
|Origin:||National Health Data Committee|
|Related metadata references:|
Supersedes Indirect health care expenditure, version 1, DE, NHDD, NHIMG, Superseded 01/03/2005.pdf (19.1 KB) No registration status
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