Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2017, ACT2 - Elective Surgery - Elective surgery admissions, 2017
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Indicator|
|Short name:||Elective surgery admissions from the waiting list (number)|
|Registration status:||Tasmanian Health, Archived 28/03/2019|
This indicator measures the number of patients that have been removed from the elective surgery waiting list as admitted to the hospital (or contracting hospital) and receiving their waiting list procedure.
|Indicator set:||Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2017 Tasmanian Health, Archived 28/03/2019|
|Outcome area:||Elective surgery access Tasmanian Health, Endorsed 07/12/2016|
Collection and usage attributes
The definitions applied are consistent with the national definitions used for reporting against the National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services. The definitions applied include admission from the elective surgery waiting list where the planned procedure was completed. This also includes patients admitted for the waiting list as an emergency.
Indicator procedures as defined in the Tasmanian wait list procedure code (TWLPC) set and specify which procedures are included in the calculation of this indicator in accordance with national definitions.
For 2012-13 onwards, this indicator excludes admissions funded by the Tasmanian Government Endoscopy and Elective Surgery Initiative and the National Partnership Agreement on Improving Health Services in Tasmania.
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Specified disaggregation: Hospital.
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|Unit of measure:||Person|
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Has been superseded by Service Agreement - Department of Health Tasmania: 2018, Elective Surgery - Elective surgery admissions, 2018 Tasmanian Health, Archived 24/07/2019
Supersedes Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2014, Elective surgery admissions (including emergency admissions), 2014 Tasmanian Health, Archived 09/12/2016