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, 2015-2017

Identifying and definitional attributes

Metadata item type:Indicator
Indicator type:Output measure
Short name:PI24a-Number of regular clients with Type II diabetes whose blood pressure measurement result was less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg, 2015-2017
METeOR identifier:686383
Registration status:Health, Superseded 17/10/2018
Indigenous, Archived 17/10/2018
Description:

Number of regular clients who are Indigenous, have Type II diabetes and whose blood pressure measurement result, recorded within the previous 6 months, was less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg.

Rationale:

The blood pressure target for people with Type II diabetes is less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg. This level is shown to significantly decrease macrovascular (stroke, heart attack and heart failure) and microvascular (kidney disease, eye disease and peripheral neuropathy) complications.

Indicator set:Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators (2015-2017) Health, Superseded 17/10/2018
Indigenous, Archived 17/10/2018

Collection and usage attributes

Computation description:

Count of regular clients who are Indigenous, have Type II diabetes and whose blood pressure measurement result, recorded within the previous 6 months, was less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg.

‘Regular client’ refers to a client of an Australian Government Department of Health-funded primary health care service (that is required to report against the Indigenous primary health care key performance indicators) who has an active medical record; that is, a client who has attended the Department of Health-funded primary health care service at least 3 times in 2 years.

Exclude Type I diabetes, secondary diabetes, gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), previous GDM, impaired fasting glucose, impaired glucose tolerance.

The client does not have a blood pressure measurement of less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg if either the systolic or diastolic reading is above the threshold (130 and 80 respectively).

In the general population, blood pressure over 140/90 mmHg is considered high. The blood pressure target for those with Type II diabetes is less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg as it is shown to significantly decrease macrovascular (stroke, heart attack and heart failure) and microvascular (kidney disease, eye disease and peripheral neuropathy) complications.

Presented as a number.

If the client has had more than one blood pressure measurement within the previous 6 months, only the most recently recorded result is included in this calculation.

Computation:

Numerator only

Numerator:

Number of regular clients who are Indigenous, have Type II diabetes and whose blood pressure measurement result, recorded within the previous 6 months, was less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg.

Numerator data elements:
Data Element / Data SetPerson—diabetes mellitus status, code NN
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017–18
Guide for use

Type II diabetes only.


Data Element / Data SetPerson—Indigenous status, code N
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017–18
Guide for use

The implementation start date for this data element in the Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017-18 is 1 December 2017.


Data Element / Data SetPerson—regular client indicator, yes/no code N
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017–18
Guide for use

The implementation start date for this data element in the Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017-18 is 1 December 2017.


Data Element / Data SetPerson—blood pressure measurement result less than or equal to 130/80 mmHg indicator, yes/no code N
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017–18
Guide for use

Response to this is conditional on responding 'yes' to having had a blood pressure measurement result recorded within the previous 6 months.


Disaggregation:

1. Sex:
a) Male
b) Female

2. Age:
a) 0-4 years
b) 5-14 years
c) 15-24 years
d) 25-34 years
e) 35-44 years
f) 45-54 years
g) 55-64 years
h) 65 years and over

Disaggregation data elements:
Data Element / Data SetPerson—sex, code X
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017–18
Guide for use

The implementation start date for this data element in the Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017-18 is 1 December 2017.


Data Element / Data SetPerson—age, total years N[NN]
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2017–18

Representational attributes

Representation class:Count
Data type:Real
Unit of measure:Person
Format:

N[N(6)]

Indicator conceptual framework

Framework and dimensions:Effective/Appropriate/Efficient

Data source attributes

Data sources:
Data SourceIndigenous primary health care data collection
Frequency
6 monthly
Data custodian

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare


Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Government Department of Health

Relational attributes

Related metadata references:

Supersedes 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, 2015-2017 Health, Superseded 25/01/2018, Indigenous, Archived 27/02/2018

Has been superseded by 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, 2018-2019 Health, Superseded 16/01/2020, Indigenous, Endorsed 17/10/2018

See also 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, 2015-2017 Health, Superseded 17/10/2018, Indigenous, Archived 17/10/2018