Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Indicator|
|Short name:||AHPF PI 3.1.5–Hospitalisation for injury and poisoning, 2019|
|Registration status:||Health, Standard 09/04/2020|
Rate of hospitalised injury cases with a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning
|Indicator set:||Australian Health Performance Framework, 2019 Health, Standard 09/04/2020|
Collection and usage attributes
The number of hospitalised injury cases is calculated as the number of hospital separations with a principal diagnosis code in the ICD-10-AM (9th edition) range S00–T75 or T79 (but excluding any with Z50 Care involving use of rehabilitation procedures appearing in any additional diagnosis field for any separations that ended on 1 July 2015 or later), less those records where the mode of admission was 'inward transfer'.
Inward transfers are omitted to reduce over-counting. Separations are episodes of admitted-patient care, which can be a total hospital stay (from admission to discharge, transfer or death) or a portion of a hospital stay beginning or ending in a change of type of care (for example, from acute care to rehabilitation). Episodes that began with inward transfer from another acute care hospital are likely to have been preceded by another episode that also met the case selection criteria, and so are omitted from estimated case counts.
Rates are crude age-specific rates or directly age-standardised to the 2001 Australian population.
Analysis by state and territory is based on location of service.
Analysis by remoteness is based on usual residence of person. Presented per 1,000 population.
100,000 × (Numerator ÷ Denominator)
Number of hospitalised injury cases with a principal diagnosis of injury and poisoning
|Numerator data elements:|
|Denominator data elements:|
2007–08 to 2016–17—Nationally, by:
2010–11 to 2016–17—Nationally, by:
2012–13 to 2016–17—Nationally, by:
2016–17—State and territory
State and territory, by (all not reported):
Some disaggregation may result in numbers too small for publication. National disaggregation by Indigenous status will be based on data only from jurisdictions for which the quality of Indigenous identification is considered acceptable.
|Disaggregation data elements:|
Most recent data available for 2019 Australian Health Performance Framework reporting: 2016–17.
The scope of the National Hospital Morbidity Database (NHMD) is episodes of care for admitted patients in essentially all hospitals in Australia, including public and private acute and psychiatric hospitals, free-standing day hospital facilities, alcohol and drug treatment hospitals and dental hospitals.
Data for 2007–08 to 2015–16 were obtained from Admitted patient care NMDSs for those years. Similar data elements were used to those listed above for the 2016–17 Admitted patient care NMDS.
For further detailed analysis by Indigenous status see the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA) report.
|Unit of measure:||Episode|
Indicator conceptual framework
|Framework and dimensions:||1. Health conditions|
Data source attributes
Australian Health Performance Framework
|Organisation responsible for providing data:|
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare