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1.1 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for antimicrobials per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
1.2 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for quinolones per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
1.3a Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for amoxycillin per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
1.3b Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for amoxycillin-clavulanate per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
2.1 Number of MBS-funded services for fibre optic colonoscopy per 100,000 people, 2013-14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
2.3 Number of MBS-funded services for computed tomography imaging of the lumbar spine per 100,000 people, 2013-14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.1 Number of knee arthroscopy admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 55 years and over, 2012–13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.2 Number of MBS-funded services for cataract surgery per 100,000 people aged 40 years and over, 2013-14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.3 Estimated annual number of lumbar spine surgery admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2010-11 to 2012-13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.4 Number of radical prostatectomy admissions to hospital per 100,000 men aged 40 years and over, 2012–13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.5 Number of hysterectomy and endometrial ablation admissions to hospital per 100,000 women, 2012-13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.6 Number of tonsillectomy admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 17 years and under, 2012-13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.7 Number of myringotomy admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 17 years and under, 2012-13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.8 Number of hip fracture admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 65 years and over, 2012–13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
3.9 Average length of stay for hip fracture patients aged 65 years and over, major and large public hospitals, 2012–13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
4.1 Number of MBS-funded services for the preparation of mental health treatment plans by general practitioners per 100,000 people, 2013-14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
4.10 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for ADHD medicines per 100,000 people aged 17 years and under, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
4.2, 4.3, 4.4 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for antidepressant medicines per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
4.5, 4.6 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for anxiolytic medicines per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
4.7, 4.8, 4.9 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for antipsychotic medicines per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
5.1 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for opioid medicines per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
6.1, 6.2, 6.3 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for asthma medicines per 100,000 people, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
6.10 Number of PBS prescriptions dispensed for anticholinesterase medicines per 100,000 people aged 65 years and over, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
6.4 Estimated annual number of asthma and related respiratory admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 3 to 19 years, 2010-11 to 2012-13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
6.5 Estimated annual number of asthma admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 20 to 44 years, 2010-11 to 2012-13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
6.6 Number of asthma and COPD admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 45 years and over, 2012–13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
6.7 Number of heart failure admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 40 years and over, 2012–13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
6.8 Number of diabetes-related lower limb amputation admissions to hospital per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2012–13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
6.9 Average length of stay for stroke patients aged 65 years and over, major and large public hospitals, 2012–13IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 1a-Patients whose care is guided by a documented chest pain assessment pathwayIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 2a-Proportion of ambulances equipped with 12-lead ECGIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 2b-ECG performed within 10 minutes of arrival of ambulanceIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 2c-ECG performed within 10 minutes of arrival to the emergency departmentIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 3a-STEMI patients receiving fibrinolysis or PCIIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 3b-STEMI patients receiving fibrinolysis within 30 minutes of hospital arrivalIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 3c-PCI patients with STEMI with door-to-device within 90 minutesIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 4a-NSTEACS patients with documented assessment and risk stratificationIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 4b-NSTEACS patients transferred to hospital with angiography facilitiesIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 5a-NSTEACS patients informed of the risks and benefits of coronary angiographyIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 6a-ACS patients with an individualised care planIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 6b-Patients discharged on aspirin or dual antiplatelet therapyIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 6c-Patients discharged on lipid-lowering therapyIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 6d-Patients referred to cardiac rehabilitation or other secondary prevention programIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Acute coronary syndromes: 6e-Discharge summary provided to general practitioner or ongoing clinical provider within 48 hours of separation from hospitalIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: 1a-Median time to first dose of antibiotics for patients with suspected bacterial meningitis, or for actual or suspected severe sepsisIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: 2a-The proportion of antimicrobial prescriptions that are in accordance with the current Therapeutic Guidelines or evidence-based, locally endorsed guidelinesIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 2b-The proportion of prescriptions for restricted antimicrobials that are in accordance with the locally endorsed approval policyIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 3a-The proportion of patients with an adverse reaction to an antimicrobial with comprehensive documentation of the reaction in their healthcare recordIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 4a-Antibiotic prescribing in accordance with current and peer reviewed clinical guidelinesIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: 4b-Antibiotic-allergy mismatch in prescribingIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: 6a-Documentation of reason for prescribing antibioticsIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: 6a-The proportion of prescriptions for which the indication for prescribing the antimicrobial is documentedIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 6b-The proportion of prescriptions for which the duration, stop date or review date for the antimicrobial is documentedIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 7a-Review of patients prescribed broad-spectrum antibioticsIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: 7a-The proportion of prescriptions for which an antimicrobial review and updated treatment decision is documented within 48 hours from the first prescriptionIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 8a-The proportion of patients for whom the perioperative prophylactic antimicrobial is prescribed in accordance with the current Therapeutic Guidelines or evidence-based, locally endorsed guidelinesIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 8b-The proportion of patients for whom the perioperative prophylactic antimicrobial dose is prescribed in accordance with the current Therapeutic Guidelines or evidence-based, locally endorsed guidelinesIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 8c-The proportion of patients who are administered prophylactic antimicrobials within the recommended time perioperativelyIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 8d-The proportion of patients who were prescribed prolonged antimicrobials following a surgery or procedure that is discordant with the current Therapeutic Guidelines or evidence-based, locally endorsed guidelinesIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard24/12/2020
Antimicrobial stewardship: 9a-Surgical antibiotic prophylaxis in accordance with guidelinesIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: 9b-Timely administration of prophylactic antibiotics prior to surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Antimicrobial stewardship: 9c-Cessation of prophylactic antibiotics following surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of colonoscopy hospitalisations per 100,000 people, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of gastroscopy hospitalisations per 100,000 people, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of MBS-subsidised services for cardiac stress tests and imaging per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of MBS-subsidised services for myocardial perfusion scans per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of MBS-subsidised services for neck ultrasound per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of MBS-subsidised services for standard echocardiography per 100,000 population aged 18 years and over, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of MBS-subsidised services for stress echocardiography per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of MBS-subsidised services for thyroid function tests per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of MBS-subsidised services for thyroid stimulating hormone tests per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for ADHD medicines per 100,000 people, aged 17 years and under, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for amoxicillin per 100,000 people, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for amoxicillin-clavulanate per 100,000 people, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for antibiotic medicines per 100,000 children aged 9 years and under, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for antimicrobials per 100,000 people, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for antipsychotic medicines per 100,000 people, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17 (i) Age 17 years & under, (ii) Age 18 - 64 years, (iii) Age 65 years & overIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for opioid medicines per 100,000 people, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation 2018: Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for proton pump inhibitor medicines per 100,000 people aged (i) 18 years and over, (ii) 1 year and under, 2016-17IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Caesarean section for selected women giving birth for the first time, 2012-2014IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of acute myocardial infarction hospitalisations per 100,000 people, 35-84 years, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of acute myocardial infarction hospitalisations with coronary angiography per 100,000 people, 35-84 years, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of acute myocardial infarction hospitalisations with percutaneous coronary interventions and/or coronary artery bypass graft per 100,000 people, 35-84 years, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of appendicectomy hospitalisations per 100,000 people 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of atrial fibrillation (any diagnosis) hospitalisations per 100,000 people, 35 years and over, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of atrial fibrillation (principal diagnosis) hospitalisations per 100,000 people, 35 years and over, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of cataract surgery hospitalisations per 100,000 people aged 40 years and over, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of cervical loop excision or cervical loop ablation hospitalisations per 100,000 women, aged 15 years and over, 2012-13 to 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of endometrial ablation hospitalisations per 100,000 women, aged 15 years and over, 2012-13 to 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of hysterectomy hospitalisations per 100,000 women, aged 15 years and over, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of knee replacement hospitalisations per 100,000 people, aged 18 years and over, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of laparoscopic cholecystectomy hospitalisations per 100,000 people, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of lumbar spinal decompression (excluding lumbar spinal fusion) hospitalisations per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2012-13 to 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of lumbar spinal fusion (excluding lumbar spinal decompression) hospitalisations per 100,000 people, aged 18 years and over, 2012-13 to 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of lumbar spinal fusion hospitalisations per 100,000 people, aged 18 years and over, 2012-13 to 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - cellulitis, per 100,000 people, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, per 100,000 people, 2014–15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - diabetes complications, per 100,000 people, 2014–15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - heart failure, per 100,000 people, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - kidney and urinary tract infections per 100,000 people, 2014-15IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Third- and fourth-degree perineal tears for all vaginal births, 2012-2014IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard07/06/2017
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 1.2.1–Rates of current daily smokers, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 1.2.2–Children exposed to tobacco smoke in the home, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 1.2.3–Levels of risky alcohol consumption, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 1.2.4–Inadequate fruit and vegetable intake, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 1.2.5–Insufficient physical activity, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 1.3.1–Prevalence of overweight and obesity, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.1–Immunisation rates for vaccines in the national schedule, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard17/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.1–Immunisation rates for vaccines in the national schedule, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard01/12/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.2–Females with an antenatal visit in the first trimester of pregnancy, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.2–Females with an antenatal visit in the first trimester of pregnancy, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard01/12/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.3a–Cancer screening rates, National Bowel Cancer Screening Program participation rate, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.3b–Cancer screening rates, BreastScreen Australia participation rate, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.3b–Cancer screening rates, BreastScreen Australia participation rate, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard01/12/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.3c–Cancer screening rates, National Cervical Screening Program participation rate, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.4–Selected potentially preventable hospitalisations, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.4–Selected potentially preventable hospitalisations, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard01/12/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.5–Survival of people diagnosed with cancer, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.5–Survival of people diagnosed with cancer, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard01/12/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.6–Potentially avoidable deaths, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.1.6–Potentially avoidable deaths, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard01/12/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.2.1–Adverse events treated in hospitals, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.2.2–Healthcare-associated Staphylococcus aureus bloodstream infections, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.4.1–Unplanned hospital readmission rates, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.5.2–Waiting times for elective surgery: waiting times in days, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.5.3–Waiting times for elective surgery: proportion admitted within clinically recommended time, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.5.4–Waiting times for elective surgery: percentage waited more than 365 days, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.5.5–Waiting times for emergency department care: proportion seen on time, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.5.6–Waiting times for emergency department care: waiting times to commencement of clinical care, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.5.7–Waiting times for emergency department care: percentage of patients whose length of emergency department stay is 4 hours or less, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 2.5.8–Waiting times for emergency department care: time spent in the emergency department, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.1.1–Incidence of heart attacks (acute coronary events), 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.1.2–Incidence of selected cancers, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.1.4–Incidence of end-stage kidney disease, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.1.5–Hospitalisation for injury and poisoning, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.1.6–Proportion of babies born with low birthweight, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.1.6–Proportion of babies born with low birthweight, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard02/12/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.1.7–Prevalence of type 2 diabetes, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.2.1–Severe or profound core activity limitation, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.2.1–Severe or profound core activity limitation, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard01/12/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.3.1–Proportion of adults with very high levels of psychological distress, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.3.2–Self-assessed health status, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.4.1–Infant and young child mortality rate, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.4.2–Life expectancy, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.4.3–Major causes of death, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Australian Health Performance Framework: PI 3.4.4–Mortality due to suicide, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard09/04/2020
Caesarean section at less than 37, 38 and 39 completed weeks gestation without medical or obstetric indication, 2017IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Caesarean section or induction of labour at less than 37, 38 and 39 completed weeks gestation without medical or obstetric indication, 2017IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Colonoscopy clinical care standard indicators: 1-Proportion of patients scheduled for a colonoscopy whose bowel preparation was adequateIndicatorHealthStandard26/03/2019
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard11/09/2018
Colonoscopy clinical care standard indicators: 2-Proportion of patients undergoing a colonoscopy who have their entire colon examinedIndicatorHealthStandard26/03/2019
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard11/09/2018
Colonoscopy clinical care standard indicators: 3-Proportion of patients who had a colonoscopy that detected one or more adenoma(s)IndicatorHealthStandard26/03/2019
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard11/09/2018
Colonoscopy clinical care standard indicators: 4-Proportion of patients who had a colonoscopy that detected one or more sessile serrated adenoma(s) or sessile serrated polyp(s)IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard26/06/2019
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 1a-Evidence of local arrangements for cognitive screening of patients presenting to hospital with one or more key risk factors for deliriumIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 1b-Proportion of older patients undergoing cognitive screening within 24 hours of admission to hospital using a validated testIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 2a-Evidence of training sessions undertaken by staff in the use of a validated diagnostic tool for deliriumIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 2b-Proportion of patients who screen positive for cognitive impairment at admission who are assessed for delirium using a validated diagnostic toolIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 2c-Rate of delirium among acute admitted patientsIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 2d-Rate of delirium among acute admitted patients with onset during the hospital stayIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 3a-Evidence of local arrangements for implementing interventions to prevent delirium for at risk patientsIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 4a-Proportion of patients with delirium who have a comprehensive assessment to investigate cause(s) of deliriumIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 4b-Proportion of patients with delirium who receive a set of interventions to treat the causes of delirium, based on a comprehensive assessmentIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 5a-Evidence of local arrangements for patients with delirium to be assessed for risk of falls and pressure injuriesIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 5b-Proportion of patients with delirium assessed for risk of falls and pressure injuriesIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 5c-Proportion of patients with delirium who have had a fall or a pressure injury during their hospital stayIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 6a-Evidence of local arrangements to ensure that patients with delirium are not routinely prescribed antipsychotic medicinesIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 6b-Proportion of patients with delirium prescribed antipsychotic medicines in hospitalIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 7a-Proportion of patients with current or resolved delirium who have an individualised care planIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Delirium clinical care standard indicators: 7b-Proportion of older patients with current or resolved delirium who are readmitted for delirium within 28 daysIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Early planned caesarean section without medical or obstetric indication, 2015IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard13/12/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 1-Proportion of patients with heavy menstrual bleeding who are tested for iron deficiency and anaemiaIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 2-Local arrangements for the provision of consumer-focused information about heavy menstrual bleedingIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 3-Proportion of patients with heavy menstrual bleeding who are offered pharmaceutical treatmentIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 4a-Local arrangements for conducting investigative pelvic ultrasound in days 5–10 of the menstrual cycle for patients with heavy menstrual bleedingIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 4b-Proportion of patients with heavy menstrual bleeding who have appropriate reporting following an investigative pelvic ultrasoundIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 5a-Local arrangements for referral of patients with heavy menstrual bleeding for insertion of a levonorgestrel-releasing intra-uterine systemIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 5b-Proportion of patients with heavy menstrual bleeding who are deemed clinically suitable for a levonorgestrel-releasing intra-uterine system and have one inserted or are referred for insertionIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 6-Local arrangements to ensure timely and appropriate referral to a specialist for patients with heavy menstrual bleedingIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 7-Proportion of patients with heavy menstrual bleeding of benign cause(s) who are offered uterine-preserving alternatives to hysterectomyIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 8-Hospital rate of hysterectomy per 100 episodesIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding clinical care standard indicators: 9-Local arrangements to measure and act upon patient-reported outcomes related to heavy menstrual bleedingIndicatorHealthStandard17/10/2018
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareCandidate04/09/2018
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 1a-Evidence of local arrangements for the management of patients with hip fracture in the emergency departmentIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 1a-Evidence of local arrangements for the management of patients with hip fracture in the emergency departmentIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 1b-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture who have had their pre-operative cognitive status assessedIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 1b-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture who have had their pre-operative cognitive status assessedIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 2a-Evidence of local arrangements for timely and effective pain management for hip fractureIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 2a-Evidence of local arrangements for timely and effective pain management for hip fractureIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 2b-Proportion of hip fracture patients who have documented pain assessment within 30 minutes of emergency department presentation and either receive analgesia within this time or do not require itIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 2b-Proportion of hip fracture patients who have documented pain assessment within 30 minutes of emergency department presentation and either receive analgesia within this time or do not require itIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 3a-Evidence of orthogeriatric (or alternative physician or medical practitioner) management during an admitted patient’s hip fracture episode of careIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 3a-Evidence of orthogeriatric (or alternative physician or medical practitioner) management during an admitted patient’s hip fracture episode of careIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 4a-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture receiving surgery within 48 hours of presentation with the hip fractureIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 4a-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture receiving surgery within 48 hours of presentation with the hip fractureIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 5a-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture who are mobilised on day one post hip fracture surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 5a-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture who are mobilised on day one post hip fracture surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 5b-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture with unrestricted weight bearing status immediately post hip fracture surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 5b-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture with unrestricted weight bearing status immediately post hip fracture surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 5c-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture experiencing a new Stage II or higher pressure injury during their hospital stayIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 5c-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture experiencing a new Stage II or higher pressure injury during their hospital stayIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 5d-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture returning to pre-fracture mobilityIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 5d-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture returning to pre-fracture mobilityIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 6a-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture receiving bone protection medicine prior to separation from the hospital at which they underwent surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 6a-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture receiving bone protection medicine prior to separation from the hospital at which they underwent surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 6b-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture readmitted to hospital with another femoral fracture within 12 months of admission from initial hip fractureIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 6b-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture readmitted to hospital with another femoral fracture within 12 months of admission from initial hip fractureIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 7a-Evidence of local arrangements for the development of an individualised care plan for hip fracture patients prior to the patient's separation from hospitalIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 7a-Evidence of local arrangements for the development of an individualised care plan for hip fracture patients prior to the patient's separation from hospitalIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 7b-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture returning to private residenceIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareRetired15/05/2018
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 7b-Proportion of patients with a hip fracture returning to private residenceIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard15/05/2018
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 8a-Re-operation of hip fracture patients within 30-day follow-upIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 8a-Re-operation of hip fracture patients within 30-day follow-upIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 8b-Survival at 30 days post-admission for hip fracture surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Hip fracture care clinical care standard indicators: 8b-Survival at 30 days post-admission for hip fracture surgeryIndicatorHealthStandard12/09/2016
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 1.1-Annual health assessments, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 1.3-Primary care practitioner follow-up, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 2.1-Cardiac-related diagnostic tests, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 3.1-Hospitalised ST-segment-elevation myocardial infarction events treated by percutaneous coronary intervention, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 3.3-Hospitalised acute coronary syndrome events that included diagnostic angiography or definitive revascularisation procedures, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 3.5-Hospitalised acute myocardial infarction events that ended with death of the patient, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 4.2-Chronic disease management, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 5.1-Incidence of initial and recurrent episodes of acute rheumatic fever, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 5.2-Recurrent acute rheumatic fever, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 5.3-Benzathine penicillin G doses, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 6.1-Rates of hospitalisation for cardiac conditions, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous Better Cardiac Care measure: 6.2-Mortality due to cardiac conditions, 2016IndicatorHealthStandard17/08/2017
Indigenous primary health care: PI01a-Number of Indigenous babies born within the previous 12 months whose birthweight has been recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI01a-Number of Indigenous babies born within the previous 12 months whose birthweight has been recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI01b-Proportion of Indigenous babies born within the previous 12 months whose birthweight has been recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI01b-Proportion of Indigenous babies born within the previous 12 months whose birthweight has been recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI02a-Number of Indigenous babies born within the previous 12 months whose birthweight results were low, normal or high, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI02a-Number of Indigenous babies born within the previous 12 months whose birthweight results were low, normal or high, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI02b-Proportion of Indigenous babies born within the previous 12 months whose birthweight results were low, normal or high, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI02b-Proportion of Indigenous babies born within the previous 12 months whose birthweight results were low, normal or high, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI03a-Number of regular clients for whom an MBS Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS Item 715) was claimed, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI03a-Number of regular clients for whom an MBS Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS Item 715) was claimed, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI03b-Proportion of regular clients for whom an MBS Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS Item 715) was claimed, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI03b-Proportion of regular clients for whom an MBS Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS Item 715) was claimed, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI04a-Number of Indigenous children who are fully immunised, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI04a-Number of Indigenous children who are fully immunised, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI04b-Proportion of Indigenous children who are fully immunised, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI04b-Proportion of Indigenous children who are fully immunised, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI05a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes who have had an HbA1c measurement result recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI05a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes who have had an HbA1c measurement result recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI05b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes who have had an HbA1c measurement result recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI05b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes who have had an HbA1c measurement result recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI06a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose HbA1c measurement result was within a specified level, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI06a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose HbA1c measurement result was within a specified level, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI06b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose HbA1c measurement result was within a specified level, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI06b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose HbA1c measurement result was within a specified level, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI07a-Number of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a GP Management Plan (MBS Item 721) was claimed, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI07a-Number of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a GP Management Plan (MBS Item 721) was claimed, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI07b-Proportion of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a GP Management Plan (MBS Item 721) was claimed, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI07b-Proportion of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a GP Management Plan (MBS Item 721) was claimed, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI08a-Number of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a Team Care Arrangement (MBS Item 723) was claimed, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI08a-Number of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a Team Care Arrangement (MBS Item 723) was claimed, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI08b-Proportion of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a Team Care Arrangement (MBS Item 723) was claimed, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI08b-Proportion of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a Team Care Arrangement (MBS Item 723) was claimed, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI09a-Number of regular clients whose smoking status has been recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI09a-Number of regular clients whose smoking status has been recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI09b-Proportion of regular clients whose smoking status has been recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI09b-Proportion of regular clients whose smoking status has been recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI10a-Number of regular clients with a smoking status result, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI10a-Number of regular clients with a smoking status result, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI10b-Proportion of regular clients with a smoking status result, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI10b-Proportion of regular clients with a smoking status result, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI11a-Number of regular clients who gave birth within the previous 12 months with a smoking status of 'current smoker', 'ex-smoker' or 'never smoked', 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI11a-Number of regular clients who gave birth within the previous 12 months with a smoking status of 'current smoker', 'ex-smoker' or 'never smoked', 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI11b-Proportion of regular clients who gave birth within the previous 12 months with a smoking status of 'current smoker', 'ex-smoker' or 'never smoked', 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI11b-Proportion of regular clients who gave birth within the previous 12 months with a smoking status of 'current smoker', 'ex-smoker' or 'never smoked', 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI12a-Number of regular clients who are classified as overweight or obese, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI12a-Number of regular clients who are classified as overweight or obese, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI12b-Proportion of regular clients who are classified as overweight or obese, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI12b-Proportion of regular clients who are classified as overweight or obese, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI13a-Number of regular clients who had their first antenatal care visit within specified periods, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI13a-Number of regular clients who had their first antenatal care visit within specified periods, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI13b-Proportion of regular clients who had their first antenatal care visit within specified periods, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI13b-Proportion of regular clients who had their first antenatal care visit within specified periods, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI14a-Number of regular clients aged 50 years and over who are immunised against influenza, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI14a-Number of regular clients aged 50 years and over who are immunised against influenza, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI14b-Proportion of regular clients aged 50 years and over who are immunised against influenza, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI14b-Proportion of regular clients aged 50 years and over who are immunised against influenza, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI15a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who are immunised against influenza, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI15a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who are immunised against influenza, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI15b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who are immunised against influenza, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI15b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who are immunised against influenza, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI16a-Number of regular clients whose alcohol consumption status has been recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI16a-Number of regular clients whose alcohol consumption status has been recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI16b-Proportion of regular clients whose alcohol consumption status has been recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI16b-Proportion of regular clients whose alcohol consumption status has been recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI17a-Number of regular clients who had an AUDIT-C with result within specified levels, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI17a-Number of regular clients who had an AUDIT-C with result within specified levels, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI17b-Proportion of regular clients who had an AUDIT-C with result within specified levels, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI17b-Proportion of regular clients who had an AUDIT-C with result within specified levels, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI18a-Number of regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have had a kidney function test, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI18a-Number of regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have had a kidney function test, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI18b-Proportion of regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have had a kidney function test, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI18b-Proportion of regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have had a kidney function test, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI19a-Number of regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have had a kidney function test with results within specified levels, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI19a-Number of regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have had a kidney function test with results within specified levels, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI19b-Proportion of regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have had a kidney function test with results within specified levels, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI19b-Proportion of regular clients with a selected chronic disease who have had a kidney function test with results within specified levels, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI20a-Number of regular clients who have had the necessary risk factors assessed to enable cardiovascular disease (CVD) assessment, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI20a-Number of regular clients who have had the necessary risk factors assessed to enable cardiovascular disease (CVD) assessment, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI20b-Proportion of regular clients who have had the necessary risk factors assessed to enable cardiovascular disease (CVD) assessment, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI20b-Proportion of regular clients who have had the necessary risk factors assessed to enable cardiovascular disease (CVD) assessment, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI21a-Number of regular clients aged 35 to 74 years who have had an absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment with results within specified levels, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI21a-Number of regular clients aged 35 to 74 years who have had an absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment with results within specified levels, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI21b-Proportion of regular clients aged 35 to 74 years who have had an absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment with results within specified levels, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI21b-Proportion of regular clients aged 35 to 74 years who have had an absolute cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment with results within specified levels, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI22a-Number of regular clients who have had a cervical screening, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI22a-Number of regular clients who have had a cervical screening, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI22b-Proportion of regular clients who have had a cervical screening, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI22b-Proportion of regular clients who have had a cervical screening, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI23a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes who have had a blood pressure measurement result recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI23a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes who have had a blood pressure measurement result recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI23b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes who have had a blood pressure measurement result recorded, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI23b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes who have had a blood pressure measurement result recorded, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI24a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose blood pressure measurement result was less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI24a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose blood pressure measurement result was less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
Indigenous primary health care: PI24b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose blood pressure measurement result was less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg, 2018-2019IndicatorHealthSuperseded16/01/2020
IndigenousEndorsed17/10/2018
Indigenous primary health care: PI24b-Proportion of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose blood pressure measurement result was less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg, 2020–2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
IndigenousFinal08/08/2019
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 01 – Change in consumer's clinical outcomes, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 01 – Change in mental health consumer's clinical outcomes, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 01J – Change in consumer's clinical outcomes, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 01J – Change in consumer's clinical outcomes, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 01J – Change in mental health consumer's clinical outcomes, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 02 – 28 day readmission rate, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 02 – Mental health readmissions to hospital, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 02J – 28 day readmission rate, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 02J – 28 day readmission rate, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 03 – National Mental Health Service Standards compliance, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 03 – National Service Standards compliance, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 03J – National Mental Health Service Standards compliance, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 03J – National Service Standards compliance, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 03J – National Service Standards compliance, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 04 – Average length of acute inpatient stay, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 04 – Average length of acute mental health inpatient stay, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 04J – Average length of acute inpatient stay, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 04J – Average length of acute inpatient stay, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 04J – Average length of acute mental health inpatient stay, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 05 – Average cost per acute admitted patient day, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 05 – Average cost per acute mental health admitted patient day, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 05J – Average cost per acute admitted patient day, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 05J – Average cost per acute admitted patient day, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 05J – Average cost per acute mental health admitted patient day, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 06 – Average treatment days per three-month community care period, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 06 – Average treatment days per three-month community mental health care period, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 06J – Average treatment days per three-month community care period, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 06J – Average treatment days per three-month community care period, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 06J – Average treatment days per three-month community mental health care period, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 07 – Average cost per community mental health treatment day, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 07 – Average cost per community treatment day, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 07J – Average cost per community mental health treatment day, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 07J – Average cost per community treatment day, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 07J – Average cost per community treatment day, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 08 – Population access to specialised clinical mental health care, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 08 – Proportion of population receiving clinical mental health care, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 08J – Population access to specialised clinical mental health care, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 08J – Proportion of population receiving clinical mental health care, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard13/04/2016
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 08J – Proportion of population receiving clinical mental health care, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 09 – Mental health new client index, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 09 – New client index, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 09J – Mental health new client index, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 09J – New client index, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 09J – New client index, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 10 – Comparative area resources, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 10 – Comparative area resources, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 11 – Admission preceded by community mental health care, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 11 – Rate of pre-admission community care, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 11J – Admission preceded by community mental health care, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 11J – Rate of pre-admission community care, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 11J – Rate of pre-admission community care, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 12 – Post-discharge community mental health care, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 12 – Rate of post-discharge community care, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 12J – Post-discharge community mental health care, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 12J – Rate of post-discharge community care, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 12J – Rate of post-discharge community care, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 13 – Consumer outcomes participation, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 13 – Mental health consumer outcomes participation, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 14 – Outcomes readiness, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 14J – Outcomes readiness, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 14J – Outcomes readiness, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 15 – Rate of seclusion, 2015–IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 15 – Seclusion rate, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 15J – Rate of seclusion, 2015IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2015
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 15J – Rate of seclusion, 2017IndicatorHealthStandard14/06/2017
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 15J – Seclusion rate, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 16 – Restraint rate, 2020– (Service level)IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
KPIs for Australian Public Mental Health Services: PI 16J – Restraint rate, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/01/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 01-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in situ that has not been used for a therapeutic purpose since it was insertedIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 02-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in situ that can identify the reason for the deviceIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 03- Evidence of a locally approved policy that ensures healthcare professionals are competent in PIVC insertion, monitoring, and removalIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 04a-Evidence of local arrangements that provide systematic support for decisions related to the selection of an appropriate PIVC deviceIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 04b-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in situ over an area of flexionIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 05a-Evidence of a locally approved policy that defines the local protocol to support PIVC insertion on first attemptIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 05b-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in-situ who report their PIVC was inserted on the first attemptIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 07a-Evidence of a locally approved policy that defines the documentation for PIVC insertion, maintenance, removal, and regular reviewIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 07b-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in situ with the indication for insertion documented in their medical recordIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 08a-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in situ who have their PIVC insertion site inspected for complications at least every 8 hoursIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 08b-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in situ with a clean, dry and secure PIVC dressingIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 09-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in situ who have been assessed in the last 24 hours to determine the ongoing need for their PIVCIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
Management of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Clinical Care Standard: 10-Proportion of patients with a PIVC in situ that has not been used for a therapeutic purpose in 24 hoursIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard25/05/2021
National Affordability Housing Agreement: 3: Proportion of Australians who are homeless, 2010IndicatorHomelessnessStandard16/02/2011
National Affordability Housing Agreement: 4: Proportion of people experiencing repeat periods of homelessness, 2010IndicatorHomelessnessStandard16/02/2011
National Affordability Housing Agreement: g-Proportion of Indigenous households living in overcrowded conditions, 2010IndicatorHomelessnessStandard16/02/2011
IndigenousEndorsed11/09/2012
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 01-Participation rateIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 02-Screening positivity rateIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 03-Diagnostic assessment rateIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 04-Time between positive screen and diagnostic assessmentIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 05a-Adenoma detection rateIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 05b-Positive predictive value of diagnostic assessment for detecting adenomaIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 06a-Colorectal cancer detection rateIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 06b-Positive predictive value of diagnostic assessment for detecting colorectal cancerIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 07-Interval cancer rateIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 08-Cancer clinico-pathological stage distributionIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 09-Adverse events (hospital admission rate)IndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 10-Colorectal cancer incidence rateIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: PI 11-Colorectal cancer mortality rateIndicatorHealthStandard06/09/2018
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 01–Tobacco smoking in pregnancy for all females giving birth, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 01–Tobacco smoking in pregnancy for all females giving birth, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 02–Antenatal care visits in the first trimester for all females giving birth, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 02–Antenatal care visits in the first trimester for all females giving birth, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 03–Episiotomy for females giving birth for the first time and giving birth vaginally, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 03–Episiotomy for females giving birth for the first time and giving birth vaginally, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 04–Apgar score of less than 7 at 5 minutes for births at or after term, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 04–Apgar score of less than 7 at 5 minutes for births at or after term, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 05–Induction of labour for selected females giving birth for the first time, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 05–Induction of labour for selected females giving birth for the first time, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 06–Caesarean section for selected females giving birth for the first time, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 06–Caesarean section for selected females giving birth for the first time, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 07–Non-instrumental vaginal birth for selected females giving birth for the first time, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 07–Non-instrumental vaginal birth for selected females giving birth for the first time, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 08–Instrumental vaginal birth for selected females giving birth for the first time, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 08–Instrumental vaginal birth for selected females giving birth for the first time, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 09–General anaesthetic for females giving birth by caesarean section, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 09–General anaesthetic for females giving birth by caesarean section, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 10–Small babies among births at or after 40 weeks gestation, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 10–Small babies among births at or after 40 weeks gestation, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 13–Third and fourth degree tears for vaginal births, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 13–Third and fourth degree tears for vaginal births, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 15–Females having their second birth vaginally whose first birth was by caesarean section, 2019IndicatorHealthStandard19/06/2019
National Core Maternity Indicators: PI 15–Females having their second birth vaginally whose first birth was by caesarean section, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Disability Agreement: a(1)- Proportion of people with disability who are in the labour force, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: a(2)- Proportion of people with disability who are employed, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: a(3)- Proportion of people with disability who are unemployed, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: a(4)- Proportion of people with disability who are underemployed, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: b(1)-Proportion of people with disability who had face-to-face contact with ex-household family or friends in the previous week, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: b(2)-Proportion of people with disability who travelled to a social activity in the last two weeks, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: b(3)-Proportion of people with disability who report the main reason for not leaving home as often as they would like is their disability or condition, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: c(1)-Proportion of Disability Support Pension recipients who report earnings, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: c(2)-Proportion of Newstart and Youth Allowance recipients with disability and an assessed future work capacity of 0-29 hours per week who report earnings, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: d(1)-Proportion of the potential population who used State/Territory delivered disability support services, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: d(2)-Proportion of people with a disability with an employment restriction who used Disability Employment Services (Open Employment), 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: d(3)-Proportion of the potential population who used Australian Disability Enterprises (Supported Employment), 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: e(1)-Proportion of the potential population of people with disability who report a need for more formal assistance, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: e(2)-Proportion of people with disability who are satisfied with the range of organised and formal service options available, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: e(3)-Proportion of people with disability who are satisfied with the quality of assistance received from organised and formal services in the last six months, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: f(1)-Number of Indigenous people with disability receiving disability services as a proportion of the Indigenous potential population requiring services, 2012IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed11/09/2012
Community Services (retired)Superseded23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: f(1)-Rate of non-Indigenous persons and Indigenous persons admitted to permanent residential aged care, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: f(2)-Number of Indigenous people with disability receiving disability services as a proportion of the Indigenous potential population requiring services, 2012IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed11/09/2012
Community Services (retired)Superseded23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: f(2)-Number of non-Indigenous persons and Indigenous persons receiving permanent residential aged care services, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: f(3)-Number of non-Indigenous persons and Indigenous persons who separated from permanent residential aged care to return home/family, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: g(1)-Proportion of carers (of people with disability) who are in the labour force, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: g(2)-Proportion of carers (of people with disability) who are employed, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: g(3)-Proportion of carers (of people with disability) in the labour force who are unemployed, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: g(4)-Proportion of carers (of people with disability) who are underemployed, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: h(1)-Proportion of primary carers of people with disability who feel satisfied with their caring role, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: h(2)-Proportion of primary carers of people with disability who do not experience negative impacts on their wellbeing due to their caring role, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: i(1)-Proportion of primary carers of people with disability who report a need for further assistance in their caring roles, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: i(2)-Proportion of carers of people with disability who are satisfied with the range of organised and formal services options available to help them in their caring role, 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Disability Agreement: i(3)-Proportion of carers of people with disability who are satisfied with the quality of assistance received from organised and formal services, for the person with disability and the carer (last 6 months), 2013IndicatorDisabilityStandard13/08/2015
Community Services (retired)Standard23/05/2013
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 0.4–Low birthweight, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 0.7–Child social and emotional wellbeing, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 0.8–Family economic situation, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 1.1–Family functioning, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 1.2–Perceived safety, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 2.1–Family support service use, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 2.2–Early childhood education, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 2.3–Antenatal care, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 3.1–Parental substance use (drugs), 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 3.2–Parental substance use (alcohol), 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 3.3–Parental mental health, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 3.4–Homelessness, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 3.5–Domestic violence, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 4.1–Child protection resubstantiations, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 4.2–Placement stability, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 4.3–Carer retention, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 4.5–Literacy and numeracy, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 4.6–Leaving care plan, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 4.7–Cross sector clients, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 5.2–Placement of Indigenous children, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 5.4–Cultural support plans, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 6.1–Sexual abuse substantiations, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard15/03/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020: Indicator 6.2–Child sexual assault, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020: Indicator 0.1–Child protection substantiations, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020: Indicator 0.3–Teenage births, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020: Indicator 0.5–Child homicide, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020: Indicator 0.6–Early childhood development, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009–2020: Indicator 0.2–Out-of-home care, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
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), 2012IndicatorHealthSuperseded25/06/2013
IndigenousEndorsed11/09/2012
National Healthcare Agreement: PB 08-Close the life expectancy gap for Indigenous Australians within a generation, 2012IndicatorHealthSuperseded25/06/2013
IndigenousEndorsed11/09/2012
National Healthcare Agreement: PB 09-Halve the mortality gap for Indigenous children under five within a decade, 2012IndicatorHealthSuperseded25/06/2013
IndigenousEndorsed11/09/2012
National Healthcare Agreement: PB a–Better health: close the life expectancy gap for Indigenous Australians within a generation, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB a–Better health: close the life expectancy gap for Indigenous Australians within a generation, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB b–Better health: halve the mortality gap for Indigenous children under five by 2018, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB c–Better health: reduce the age-adjusted prevalence rate for Type 2 diabetes to 2000 levels (equivalent to a national prevalence rate (for 25 years and over) of 7.1 per cent) by 2023, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB c–Better health: reduce the age-adjusted prevalence rate for Type 2 diabetes to 2000 levels (equivalent to a national prevalence rate (for 25 years and over) of 7.1 per cent) by 2023, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB d–Better health: by 2018, increase by five percentage points the proportion of Australian adults and children at a healthy body weight, over the 2009 baseline, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB d–Better health: by 2018, increase by five percentage points the proportion of Australian adults and children at a healthy body weight, over the 2009 baseline, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB e–Better health: by 2018, reduce the national smoking rate to 10 per cent of the population and halve the Indigenous smoking rate over the 2009 baseline, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB e–Better health: by 2018, reduce the national smoking rate to 10 per cent of the population and halve the Indigenous smoking rate over the 2009 baseline, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB f–By 2014–15, improve the provision of primary care and reduce the proportion of potentially preventable hospital admissions by 7.6 per cent over the 2006-07 baseline to 8.5 per cent of total hospital admissions, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB f–By 2014–15, improve the provision of primary care and reduce the proportion of potentially preventable hospital admissions by 7.6 per cent over the 2006-07 baseline to 8.5 per cent of total hospital admissions, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB g–Better health services: the rate of Staphylococcus aureus (including MRSA) bacteraemia is no more than 2.0 per 10,000 occupied bed days for acute care public hospitals by 2011–12 in each state and territory, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PB g–Better health services: the rate of Staphylococcus aureus (including MRSA) bacteraemia is no more than 2.0 per 10,000 occupied bed days for acute care public hospitals by 2011–12 in each state and territory, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 01–Proportion of babies born of low birth weight, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 01–Proportion of babies born of low birth weight, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 02–Incidence of selected cancers, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 02–Incidence of selected cancers, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 03–Prevalence of overweight and obesity, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 03–Prevalence of overweight and obesity, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 04–Rates of current daily smokers, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 04–Rates of current daily smokers, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 05–Levels of risky alcohol consumption, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 05–Levels of risky alcohol consumption, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 06–Life expectancy, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 06–Life expectancy, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 07–Infant and young child mortality rate, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 07–Infant and young child mortality rate, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 08–Major causes of death, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 08–Major causes of death, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 09–Incidence of heart attacks (acute coronary events), 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 09–Incidence of heart attacks (acute coronary events), 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 10–Prevalence of Type 2 diabetes, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 10–Prevalence of Type 2 diabetes, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 11–Proportion of adults with very high levels of psychological distress, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 11–Proportion of adults with very high levels of psychological distress, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 12–Waiting times for GPs, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 12–Waiting times for GPs, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 13–Waiting times for public dentistry, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 13–Waiting times for public dentistry, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 14–People deferring access to selected healthcare due to financial barriers, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 14–People deferring access to selected healthcare due to financial barriers, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 15–Effective management of diabetes, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 15–Effective management of diabetes, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 16–Potentially avoidable deaths, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 16–Potentially avoidable deaths, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 17–Treatment rates for mental illness, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 17–Treatment rates for mental illness, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 18–Selected potentially preventable hospitalisations, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 18–Selected potentially preventable hospitalisations, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 19–Selected potentially avoidable GP-type presentations to emergency departments, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 19–Selected potentially avoidable GP-type presentations to emergency departments, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 20a–Waiting times for elective surgery: waiting times in days, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 20a–Waiting times for elective surgery: waiting times in days, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 20b–Waiting times for elective surgery: proportion seen on time, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 20b–Waiting times for elective surgery: proportion seen on time, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 21a–Waiting times for emergency hospital care: proportion seen on time, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 21a–Waiting times for emergency hospital care: proportion seen on time, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 21b–Waiting times for emergency hospital care: proportion of patients whose length of emergency department stay is less than or equal to four hours, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 21b–Waiting times for emergency hospital care: proportion of patients whose length of emergency department stay is less than or equal to four hours, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 22–Healthcare associated infections: Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 22–Healthcare associated infections: Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 23–Unplanned hospital readmission rates, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 23–Unplanned hospital readmission rates, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 24–Survival of people diagnosed with notifiable cancers, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 24–Survival of people diagnosed with notifiable cancers, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 25–Rate of community follow up within first seven days of discharge from a psychiatric admission, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 25–Rate of community follow up within first seven days of discharge from a psychiatric admission, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 26–Residential and community aged care places per 1,000 population aged 70+ years (and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50–69 years), 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 26–Residential and community aged care places per 1,000 population aged 70+ years (and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50–69 years), 2021IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 27–Number of hospital patient days used by those eligible and waiting for residential aged care, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 27–Number of hospital patient days used by those eligible and waiting for residential aged care, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 28–Proportion of residential aged care services that are three year re-accredited, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 28–Proportion of residential aged care services that are three year re-accredited, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 29–Proportion of residential aged care days on hospital leave due to selected preventable causes, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 29–Proportion of residential aged care days on hospital leave due to selected preventable causes, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 30a–Elapsed time for aged care services: residential aged care, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 30b–Elapsed time for aged care services: home care packages, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard19/11/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 30–Elapsed time for aged care services, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard16/01/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 31–Proportion of aged care recipients who are full pensioners relative to the proportion of full pensioners in the general population, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 31–Proportion of aged care recipients who are full pensioners relative to the proportion of full pensioners in the general population, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 32–Patient satisfaction/experience, 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 32–Patient satisfaction/experience, 2021IndicatorHealthStandard03/07/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 33–Full time equivalent employed health practitioners per 1,000 population (by age group), 2020IndicatorHealthStandard13/03/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 33–Full time equivalent employed health practitioners per 1,000 population (by age group), 2021IndicatorHealthStandard16/09/2020
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 64a-Indigenous Australians in the health workforce, 2012IndicatorHealthRetired25/06/2013
IndigenousEndorsed11/09/2012
National Healthcare Agreement: PI 64b-Indigenous Australians in the health workforce, 2012IndicatorHealthRetired25/06/2013
IndigenousEndorsed11/09/2012
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 01-Estimated life expectancy at birth, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 02-Mortality rate by leading causes, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed17/11/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 03-Rates of current daily smokers, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed17/11/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 04-Levels of risky alcohol consumption, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 05-Prevalence of overweight and obesity, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 06-Under five mortality rate by leading cause, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed17/11/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 07-Proportion of babies born of low birthweight, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 08-Tobacco smoking during pregnancy, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 09-Antenatal care, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 10-Proportion of Indigenous children who are enrolled in (and attending, where possible to measure) a preschool program in the year before formal schooling, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed17/11/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 10—The proportion of Indigenous children aged 4 and 5 years who are enrolled in, and attending, a preschool program in the year before full-time schooling, by remoteness, 2016IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed18/11/2015
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 11-Percentage of students at or above the national minimum standard in reading, writing and numeracy for Years 3, 5, 7 and 9, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 12a-Attainment of Year 12 or equivalent (Census data), 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 12b-Attainment of Year 12 or equivalent (survey data), 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 13-Attendance rates Year 1 to Year 10, 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 14a-Level of workforce participation (Census data), 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 14b-Level of workforce participation (survey data), 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 15a-Proportion of Indigenous 20–64 year olds with or working towards a post-school qualification in Certificate level III or above (Census data), 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Indigenous Reform Agreement: PI 15b-Proportion of Indigenous 20–64 year olds with or working towards a post-school qualification in Certificate level III or above (survey data), 2020IndicatorIndigenousEndorsed23/08/2019
National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services: Admission to hospital from emergency departmentsIndicatorHealthStandard15/06/2012
National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services: Length of stay in emergency department short stay units less than or equal to 24 hoursIndicatorHealthStandard04/09/2014
National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services: National Elective Surgery Target (Part 1)IndicatorHealthStandard21/11/2013
National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services: National Elective Surgery Target (Part 2)IndicatorHealthStandard21/11/2013
National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services: National Emergency Access TargetIndicatorHealthStandard21/11/2013
National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services: Proportion of patients discharged from emergency department short stay unitsIndicatorHealthStandard04/09/2014
National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services: Unplanned re-attendances to the emergency department within 48 hours of previous attendancesIndicatorHealthStandard07/08/2014
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 1.1–Stability, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 1.2–Safety, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 1.3–Sense of security, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 1.4–Stability during the year, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 10.1–Cultural support plans, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 10.2–Sense of community, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/02/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 11.1–Significant person, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 12.1–Foster care households, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 12.2–Foster carer household numbers, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 12.3–Carer support, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 13.1–Leaving care plans, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 13.2–Leaving care, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 2.1–Participation, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 3.1–Placement of Indigenous children, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 4.1–Case plans, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 8.1–Community activity, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 9.1–Kinship placement, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 9.2–Family connection, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/02/2021
National Standards for Out-of-Home Care: Indicator 9.3–Family contact, 2020IndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard27/01/2021
Number of lumbar spinal decompression (excluding lumbar spinal fusion) hospitalisations per 100,000 people aged 18 years and over, 2012-13 to 2014-15 and 2015-16 to 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of lumbar spinal fusion (excluding lumbar spinal decompression) hospitalisations per 100,000 people, aged 18 years and over, 2012-13 to 2014-15 and 2015-16 to 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of lumbar spinal fusion (with or without lumbar spinal decompression) hospitalisations per 100,000 people, aged 18 years and over, 2012-13 to 2014-15 and 2015-16 to 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of MBS-funded services for prostate biopsies per 100,000 men aged 40 years and over, 2013–14IndicatorNational Health Performance Authority (retired)Retired01/07/2016
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard23/11/2016
Number of MBS-subsidised services for gastroscopy per 100,000 people aged 18-54 years, 2018-19IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of MBS-subsidised services for repeat colonoscopy per 100,000 people of all ages, 2018-19IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of MBS-subsidised services for repeat gastroscopy per 100,000 people of all ages, 2018-19IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of myringotomy hospitalisations per 100,000 people aged 17 years and under, 2012-13, 2015-16 and 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for amoxicillin per 100,000 people, 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard22/09/2020
Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for amoxicillin-clavulanate per 100,000 people, 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard22/09/2020
Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for antimicrobials per 100,000 people, 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard22/09/2020
Number of PBS/RPBS prescriptions dispensed for proton pump inhibitor medicines per 100,000 people aged 75 years and over, 2018-19IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of people dispensed five or more medicines per 100,000 people aged 75 years and over, 2018-19IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of people who had at least one medication management review, per 100,000 people aged 75 years and over, 2018-19IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - cellulitis per 100,000 people of all ages, 2014-15 to 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) per 100,000 people of all ages, 2014-15 to 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - diabetes complications per 100,000 people of all ages, 2014-15 to 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - heart failure per 100,000 people, of all ages, 2014-15 to 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of potentially preventable hospitalisations - kidney and urinary tract infections per 100,000 people of all ages, 2014-15 to 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Number of tonsillectomy hospitalisations per 100,000 people aged 17 years and under, 2012-13, 2015-16 and 2017-18IndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard27/04/2021
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 1a-Local arrangements to ensure that patients newly diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis have a comprehensive assessmentIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 1b-Proportion of patients newly diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis who have a comprehensive assessmentIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 2a-Local arrangements for clinically based diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis without use of imaging for people with knee pain and other symptoms suggestive of osteoarthritisIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 2b-Proportion of patients clinically diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis, without imagingIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 3-Proportion of patients newly diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis who have an individualised self-management planIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 4a-Proportion of patients newly diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis with a documented recommendation regarding regular exerciseIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 4b-Proportion of patients with knee osteoarthritis who were overweight or obese who lost weightIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 5a-Local arrangements to ensure that patients with knee osteoarthritis are prescribed or recommended medicines in accordance with the current Therapeutic guidelines: RheumatologyIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 5b-Proportion of patients with knee osteoarthritis prescribed oral non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) with documented assessment of risksIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 5c-Proportion of patients prescribed opioids for longer than three months for the management of pain associated with knee osteoarthritisIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 6a-Proportion of patients with knee osteoarthritis with an agreed date for a reviewIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 6b-Proportion of patients with knee osteoarthritis with evidence of pain and function assessments within the previous 12 monthsIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 6c-Proportion of patients with knee osteoarthritis who have documented pain level reduction of at least 20%, 12 months after initiation or change of treatmentIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 6d-Proportion of patients with knee osteoarthritis with a functional limitation who have a 10% or greater improvement in function 12 months after initiation or change of treatmentIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 7a-Number of patients undergoing arthroscopic procedures for knee osteoarthritisIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 7b-Proportion of patients with knee osteoarthritis referred for consideration of surgery who were supported with non-surgical core treatments for at least three monthsIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Osteoarthritis of the knee clinical care standard indicators: 8-Local arrangements to ensure that patients’ experience of the care that they receive for knee osteoarthritis is regularly measured and acted uponIndicatorHealthStandard02/08/2017
Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2014, Number of patients on elective surgery waiting lists waiting longer than 365 days, 2014IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed09/12/2016
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Admitted patient episode coding (clinical coding) including contracted care - accuracy within 30 days of advice of error from the Department (State-wide), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Admitted patient episode coding (clinical coding) including contracted care - timeliness within 42 days of separation (State-wide), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Ambulance offload delay - within 15 and 30 mins (all specified facilities), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Dental Weighted Activity Units (DWAUs), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Discharge summaries transmitted within 48 hours of separation, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, ED patients with an ED length of stay less than 24 hours (all specified facilities), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Elective Surgery - Elective surgery admissions, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Elective Surgery - maximum wait days - Category 2, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Elective Surgery - maximum wait days - Category 3, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Elective surgery Category 1 - admit within recommended time, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Eligible women screened for breast cancer, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Emergency department percentage of triage 1 and all emergency department presentations seen within the recommended time - Triage 1 and all triage categories (all specified facilities), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Emergency patients with an ED length of stay less than four hours (all specified facilities), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Hand hygiene compliance, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Healthcare associated staphylococcus aureus (including MRSA) bacteraemia infection rate per 10000 patient days, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Initial Reportable Event Briefs sent to the Department's Clinical Governance Officer within 48 hours, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Mental health inpatient seclusion rate (events per 1000 patient days), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, National Weighted Activity Units (NWAUs), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Patients admitted through the ED with an ED length of stay less than eight hours (all specified facilities), 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Percentage of clients assessed within 28 days of a mammogram, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Post discharge community care follow up within 7 days, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Re-admissions within 28 days, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Reportable Event Briefs sent to the Department's Clinical Governance Officer within 70 calendar days, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
Service Plan- Department of Health Tasmania: 2019, Emergency department presentations who do not wait to be seen, 2019IndicatorTasmanian HealthEndorsed24/07/2019
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle Indicators 2018–19: Indicator 1.1 Indigenous children in out-of-home care living with relatives or kin, or other Indigenous carersIndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard03/03/2021
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle Indicators 2018–19: Indicator 2.1 Indigenous children in out-of-home care living with Indigenous relatives or kin, or other Indigenous carersIndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard03/03/2021
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle Indicators 2018–19: Indicator 2.2 Indigenous children in out-of-home care with cultural support plansIndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard03/03/2021
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle Indicators 2018–19: Indicator 2.3 Indigenous children who were reunifiedIndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard03/03/2021
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle Indicators 2018–19: Indicator 2.4 Indigenous children who were reunified and did not return to out-of-home care within 12 monthsIndicatorChildren and FamiliesStandard03/03/2021
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard: 2-Proportion of women who had a vaginal birth who received warm compresses during the second stage of labourIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard20/04/2021
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard: 3a-Proportion of women who had an instrumental vaginal birth using vacuumIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard20/04/2021
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard: 3b-Proportion of women who had an instrumental vaginal birth using forcepsIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard20/04/2021
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard: 3c-Proportion of women who had a vacuum-assisted birth with episiotomyIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard20/04/2021
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard: 3d-Proportion of women who had a forceps-assisted birth with episiotomyIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard20/04/2021
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard: 4a-Proportion of women who sustained a perineal tear during birth who received a genito-anal examination to assess the grade of the perineal tearIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard20/04/2021
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard: 4c-Proportion of women who had a vaginal birth who sustained a Grade 3b perineal tearIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard20/04/2021
Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Tears Clinical Care Standard: 4d-Proportion of women who had a vaginal birth who sustained a Grade 3c perineal tearIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard20/04/2021
Venous thromboembolism prevention clinical care standard indicators: Proportion of patients admitted to hospital assessed for venous thromboembolism risk within 24 hours of admissionIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard11/10/2018
Venous thromboembolism prevention clinical care standard indicators: Proportion of patients prescribed appropriate venous thromboembolism prophylaxisIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard11/10/2018
Venous thromboembolism prevention clinical care standard indicators: Proportion of patients separated from hospital on venous thromboembolism prophylaxis with a care plan documenting prescribed medicine(s), dose, and duration of treatmentIndicatorAustralian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health CareStandard11/10/2018
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