National Health Performance Authority: Healthy Communities: Percentage of GP consultations in which a selected cardiovascular risk condition was managed 2009-2013
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Indicator|
|Short name:||Percentage of GP consultations in which a selected cardiovascular risk condition was managed 2009-2013|
|Registration status:||National Health Performance Authority (retired), Retired 01/07/2016|
Results are measured as the number of GP consultations in which one or more selected cardiovascular risk condition were managed by the GP during the consultation per 100 GP consultations.
|Indicator set:||National Health Performance Authority: Healthy Communities: 2011– National Health Performance Authority (retired), Retired 01/07/2016|
Collection and usage attributes
Customised analysis of BEACH data prepared for the National Health Performance Authority by the Family Medicine Research Centre, The University of Sydney, 2009-2013.
|Computation:||100 X (numerator/denominator)|
Results are measured as the number of GP consultations where one or more selected cardiovascular risk conditions were managed by the GP during consultation.
Cardiovascular risk problems defined using ICPC-2: IHD with Angina 'K74'; Acute myocardial infarction 'K75'; IHD without Angina 'K76'; Heart failure 'K77'; Stroke/CVA 'K90'; Cerebrovascular disease 'K91'; and patients aged 60 years and over with type 2 diabetes (T90). These conditions were selected based on recommended guidelines for the management of these conditions.
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|Denominator:||The BEACH encounter data was collected from April 2009 to March 2013 from 3,903 participating GPs providing 390,300 patient encounters.|
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|Disaggregation:||By Medicare Local catchment peer group and Medicare Local catchment.|
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|Unit of measure:||Service event|
Indicator conceptual framework
|Framework and dimensions:||PAF-Equity of access|
PAF-Effectiveness of access
Data source attributes
Source and reference attributes
|Steward:||National Health Performance Authority|