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Indigenous primary health care: PI16b-Proportion of regular clients whose alcohol consumption status has been recorded, 2018-2019

Identifying and definitional attributes

Metadata item type:Help on this termIndicator
Indicator type:Help on this termIndicator
Short name:Help on this termPI16b-Proportion of regular clients whose alcohol consumption status has been recorded, 2018-2019
METeOR identifier:Help on this term687990
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 17/10/2018
Indigenous, Endorsed 17/10/2018
Description:Help on this term

Proportion of regular clients who are Indigenous, aged 15 and over and who have had their alcohol consumption status recorded at the primary health-care service within the previous 24 months.

Rationale:Help on this term

It is important to collect information on alcohol consumption because excessive consumption is associated with health and social problems in all populations, including the Indigenous population.

Indicator set:Help on this termIndigenous primary health care key performance indicators 2018-2019 Health, Standard 17/10/2018
Indigenous, Endorsed 17/10/2018

Collection and usage attributes

Population group age from:Help on this term

15 years

Computation description:Help on this term

Proportion of regular clients who are Indigenous, aged 15 and over and who have had their alcohol consumption status recorded at the primary health care service within the previous 24 months.

‘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.

Alcohol consumption status has been recorded if the health service has either:

a) a record of whether the client consumes alcohol or;

b) a record specifying the amount and frequency of the client's alcohol consumption.

Results arising from measurements conducted outside of the service, that are known by the service, are included in the calculation of this indicator.

Operationalisation of alcohol consumption status:

Where an Indigenous regular client’s alcohol consumption status does not have an assessment date assigned within the Patient Information Record System (PIRS), alcohol consumption status as recorded in the PIRS should be treated as current (i.e. as having been updated within the previous 24 months).

Presented as a percentage.

Computation:Help on this term

(Numerator ÷ Denominator) x 100

Numerator:Help on this term

Number of regular clients who are Indigenous, aged 15 and over and who have had their alcohol consumption status recorded at the primary health care service within the previous 24 months.

Numerator data elements:Help on this term
Data Element / Data SetPerson—age, total years N[NN]
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2018–19
Data Element / Data SetPerson—Indigenous status, code N
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2018–19
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 2018–19
Data Element / Data SetPerson—alcohol consumption status recorded indicator, yes/no code N
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2018–19
Denominator:Help on this term

Total number of regular clients who are Indigenous and aged 15 and over.

Denominator data elements:Help on this term
Data Element / Data SetPerson—age, total years N[NN]
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2018–19
Guide for use

Limited to persons aged 15 and over.


Data Element / Data SetPerson—Indigenous status, code N
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2018–19
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 2018–19
Disaggregation:Help on this term

1. Sex:
a) Male
b) Female

2. Age group:
a) 15–24 years
b) 25–34 years
c) 35–44 years
d) 45–54 years
e) 55–64 years
f) 65 years and over

Disaggregation data elements:Help on this term
Data Element / Data SetPerson—sex, code X
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2018–19
Data Element / Data SetPerson—age, total years N[NN]
Data Source
Indigenous primary health care data collection
NMDS / DSS
Indigenous primary health care NBEDS 2018–19

Representational attributes

Representation class:Help on this termPercentage
Data type:Help on this termReal
Unit of measure:Help on this termPerson
Format:Help on this term

N[N].N

Indicator conceptual framework

Framework and dimensions:Help on this termHealth Behaviours

Data source attributes

Data sources:Help on this term
Data SourceIndigenous primary health care data collection
Frequency
6 monthly
Data custodian

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare


Source and reference attributes

Submitting organisation:Help on this term

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

Australian Government Department of Health

Relational attributes

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See also Indigenous primary health care: PI16a-Number of regular clients whose alcohol consumption status has been recorded, 2018-2019 Health, Standard 17/10/2018, Indigenous, Endorsed 17/10/2018

Supersedes Indigenous primary health care: PI16b-Proportion of regular clients whose alcohol consumption status has been recorded, 2015-2017 Health, Superseded 17/10/2018, Indigenous, Archived 17/10/2018

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