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Health behaviours

392621 | Framework Dimension
Aspects of personal behaviour and risk factors that epidemiological studies have shown to influence health status. Examples include smoking rate and physical activity.

Health Behaviours

584854 | Framework Dimension
Attitudes, beliefs knowledge and behaviours (e.g. patterns of eating, physical activity, excess alcohol consumption and smoking)

Health behaviours

401182 | Framework Dimension
Attitudes, beliefs, knowledge and behaviours such as patterns of eating, physical activity, smoking and alcohol consumption.

Health behaviours

721210 | Framework Dimension
Attitudes, beliefs, knowledge and behaviours such as patterns of eating, physical activity, smoking and alcohol consumption.

Health Behaviours

410676 | Framework Dimension
Factors that influence health status. Attitudes, beliefs knowledge and behaviourseg. patterns of eating, physical activity, excess alcohol consumption and smoking.

Health care expenditure

392684 | Framework Dimension
Total health expenditure measures the final consumption of health goods and services plus capital investment in health care infrastructure. It includes both public and private spending on personal health care, and collective health service (public health and prevention programmes and administration). It excludes health-related expenditures such as training, research and environmental health. To compare health care expenditure across countries and time, health expenditure per capita is deflated ...

Health conditions

392574 | Framework Dimension
Prevalence of disease, disorder, injury or trauma or other health-related states.

Health conditions

401181 | Framework Dimension
Prevalence of disease, disorder, injury or trauma, or other health-related states.

Health Conditions

584847 | Framework Dimension
Prevalence of disease, disorder, injury or trauma or other health-related states

Health conditions

392636 | Framework Dimension
Alterations of attributes of the health status of an individual which may lead to distress, interference with daily activities, or contact with health services; it may be a disease (acute or chronic), disorder, injury or trauma, or reflect other health-related states such as emergency, aging, stress, congenital anomaly, or genetic predisposition. Examples include Arthritis, diabetes, chronic pain, depression, food and waterborne diseases, injury hospitalization.

Health conditions

721228 | Framework Dimension
Incidence and prevalence of disease, disorder, injury, trauma or other health-related states.

Health Conditions

410650 | Framework Dimension
Prevalence of disease, disorder, injury or trauma or other health-related states.

Health status

392633 | Framework Dimension
Deaths, or measures of length of life, are perhaps the most widely used and available health status indicators. These include a range of age-specific mortality rates, as well as derived indicators such as life expectancy and potential years of life lost.

Health status

721227 | Framework Dimension
How healthy are Australians? Is it the same for everyone? What are the best opportunities for improvement?

Health system

721195 | Framework Dimension
Is the health system (by itself, and with others) working to prevent illness, injury and disease? Is it delivering safe, effective, and accessible coordinated care appropriate for each individual? Is the health system efficient and sustainable? Is the health system working to support/facilitate mental health recovery? Does the health system address the needs of consumers and family/kin/friends/carers (referred to in this framework as 'consumers and carers') and include them as part of the care?

Health system

392643 | Framework Dimension
Contextual information about the configuration, organisation, sustainability of utilization of the health care system. Examples include number of coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) per capita, number of home care services provided per capita.

Health system performance

392624 | Framework Dimension
Factors that are able to capture outcomes, or processes that may be related to outcomes that result from contact with the health care system. Nine categories of indicators are considered within this health system performance dimension.

Healthy start to life

695656 | Framework Dimension

Healthy living

392698 | Framework Dimension
Healthy living represents the basic necessities of everyday living, such as nutritious food, clean air and water, appropriate shelter and positive feelings of safety. All of these factors play an important role in the promotion and maintenance of physical, mental, and social wellbeing.

Height

392683 | Framework Dimension
The height data focuses on people aged 20 to 49 years old. Below age 20 height growth may still occur and above 50 people start physically shrinking. Measured height is preferred self-reported height as evidence suggests that respondents tend to overestimate their own stature. The self-reporting bias varies according to age, sex, education, mode of interview, and purpose of the survey.

Human Function

410651 | Framework Dimension
Alterations to body structure or function (impairment), activities (activity limitation) and participation (restrictions in participation).

Human function

401180 | Framework Dimension
Alterations to body structure or function (impairment), activity limitations and restrictions in participation.

Human Function

584844 | Framework Dimension
Alterations to body, structure or function (impairment), activities (activity limitation) and participation (restrictions in participation)

Human function

721233 | Framework Dimension
Alterations to body structure or function (impairment), activity limitations and restrictions in participation.

Human function

392635 | Framework Dimension
Levels of human function are associated with the consequences of disease, disorder, injury and other health conditions; they include body function//structure (impairments), activities (activity limitations, and participation (restrictions in participation). Examples include functional health, disability days, activity limitation, health expectancy, disability free life expectancy.

Human functions

392573 | Framework Dimension
Alterations to body structure or function (impairment), activity limitations and restrictions on participation.

Income inequality

392690 | Framework Dimension
Measures of income inequality are based on data on household disposable income. Disposable income is gross household income following deduction of direct taxes and payment of social security contributions. Household income is adjusted to take account of household size by assuming a common equivalence scale of 0.5. The main indicator of income distribution used is the Gini coefficient. Values of the Gini coefficient range between 0 in the case of "perfect equality" and 1 in the case of "perfect ...

Infant health

392682 | Framework Dimension
The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines low birth weight as a birth weight below 2,500 grams, irrespective of gestational age. This cut-off is based on epidemiological observations about the increased risk of death of infant. The number of low birth weight is then expressed as a percentage of total live births. The majority of the data comes from birth registers. However, data for the Netherlands and Turkey comes from a national health interview survey. The infant mortality rate is the annu...

Inputs per output unit

392715 | Framework Dimension
Technical efficiency indicators measure how well services use their resources (inputs) to produce outputs for the purpose of achieving desired outcomes. Government funding per unit of output delivered is a typical indicator of technical efficiency. Comparisons of the unit cost of a service are a more meaningful input to public policy when they use the full cost to government, accounting for all resources consumed in providing the service. Problems can occur when some costs are not included or ar...

ISO Health Indicators Conceptual Framework

392617 | Framework Dimension
A common health indicators conceptual framework can inform the selection and interpretation of meaningful health indicators. Such a framework identifies what information is required to address questions about health and health care, how these pieces fit together and the interrelationships between them. This framework is based on Canada's health indicator framework. The health indicators conceptual model is based on a population health, or determinants of health model. This framework reflects the...

Less avoidable harm

695661 | Framework Dimension

Life expectancy

392681 | Framework Dimension
Life expectancy is the most general and best known measure of the health status of the population. It is defined as the average number of years that a person could expect to live if the person experienced the age-specific mortality rates in a given country in a particular year. Each country calculates its life expectancy according to somewhat varying methodologies. These methodological differences can affect the comparability of reported estimates.

Life Expectancy & Wellbeing

584843 | Framework Dimension
Broad measures of physical, mental, and social wellbeing of individuals and other derived indicators such as Disability Adjusted Life Expectancy (DALE)

Life Expectancy & Wellbeing

410670 | Framework Dimension
Broad measures of physical, mental, and social wellbeing of individuals and other derived indicators such as Disability Adjusted Life Expectancy (DALE).

Life satisfaction

392664 | Framework Dimension
The main indicator of life satisfaction used by the OECD countries is average country score. The indicator is from the Gallup World Poll 2006 that is based on nationally representative samples of people aged 15 years and older. The Gallup World Poll asks respondents to "image an eleven-rung ladder where the bottom (0) represents the worst possible life for you and the top (10) represents the best possible life for you. On which step of the ladder do you personally stand at the present time?". Th...

Long-term care recipients

392680 | Framework Dimension
Long-term care recipients are those receiving formal paid care for an extended period of time due to issues of functional physical or cognitive capacity. Recipients are dependent on help with activities such as bathing, dressing, eating, getting into and out of bed or chair, moving around and using the bathroom. Help is frequently provided in combination with basic medical services. Long-term care can be received in an institution or at home. The international data comparability is limited.

Meaningful and contributing life

695659 | Framework Dimension

Mental health

392679 | Framework Dimension
As part of the WHO World Mental Health Survey Initiative (WMHSI), ten OECD countries conducted large-scale epidemiological surveys between 2002 and 2005. These countries used Composite International Diagnostic Instrument (CIDI) to measure the occurrence of various types of disorders, their nature and intensity, and the treatment provided. Disorders considered in the surveys include anxiety disorders, mood disorders, disorders linked to impulse control, and disorders due to use of alcohol and dr...

National Health Performance Framework

392569 | Framework Dimension
The National Health Performance Framework consists of three domains; health status, determinants of health and health system performance. The inclusion of the three domains reflects the fact that health status are influenced by the impacts of health determinants and health system performance. In developing the framework, equity is considered to be integral to each of the three tiers. The framework can be used to support benchmarking for health system improvement and facilitate use of data at the...

National Mental Health Performance Framework

584825 | Framework Dimension
The National Mental Health Performance Framework has been superseded by National Mental Health Performance Framework 2020. The National Mental Health Performance Framework (NMHPF) was developed in 2005 as a key strategy for facilitating a culture of continuous quality improvement in mental health service delivery. The framework supports Australian and state and territory governments’ commitment to improving accountability and transparency at the Mental Health Service Organisation (MHSO) level. T...

National Mental Health Performance Framework 2020

721188 | Framework Dimension
The National Mental Health Performance Framework 2020 supersedes the National Mental Health Performance Framework. The objective of the National Mental Health Performance Framework is to improve all health outcomes for Australians living with mental illness and ensure sustainability of the Australian health system. The first National Mental Health Performance Framework (NMHPF) was developed in 2005 as a key strategy for facilitating a culture of continuous quality improvement in mental health se...

National Youth Information Framework

401172 | Framework Dimension
The National Youth Information Framework, previously used in developing indicators for the Young Australians: their health and wellbeing 2007 report, is aligned very closely with the NHPF, with minor modifications to better capture health and wellbeing issues relevant to young people. This framework consists of three tiers: Health status, Determinants of health and Health system performance, and includes a number of dimensions within each tier. The National Youth Information Framework provi...

Non-medical determinants of health

392618 | Framework Dimension
Non-medical determinants of health are those that fall outside the sphere of medical/health care, generally speaking, but that have been shown to affect health status and, in some cases, access to health services.

Not in employment, education or training

392672 | Framework Dimension
This indicator records those aged 15-19 years not in education,employment or training as a proportion of the population of the same age group . Education includes part-time and full-time education and excludes non-formal and very short duration education.

Obesity

392678 | Framework Dimension
The most frequently used measure of being over-weight or obese is based on the body mass index (BMI). The BMI is defined as weight/ heighy2 (with weight in kilograms and height in metres). Adults with a BMI between 25 and 30 are defined as overweight and those with a BMI over 30 as obese. This classification may not be suitable for all ethnic groups and adult thresholds are not suitable for children. For most countries, estimates of overweight and obesity rates are based on self-reports of heig...

OECD Social Indicators

392659 | Framework Dimension
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development social indicators framework has been informed by experiences in other parts of the OECD on policy and outcome assessment in a variety of fields. It draws, in particular, on the OECD experience with environmental indicators. These indicators are organised in a framework known as 'Pressure-State-Response' (PSR).* In this framework human activities exert pressures on the environment, which affect natural resources and environmental conditio...

PAF-Appropriateness

554929 | Framework Dimension
NO FURTHER DESCRIPTION IN THE PAF.

PAF-Capability

554934 | Framework Dimension
NO FURTHER DESCRIPTION IN THE PAF.

PAF-Continuity

554935 | Framework Dimension
NO FURTHER DESCRIPTION IN THE PAF.

PAF-Effectiveness

554925 | Framework Dimension
Effectiveness indicators measure how well the outputs of a service achieve the stated objectives of that service. The reporting framework groups effectiveness indicators according to characteristics that are considered important to the service. These characteristics include access, appropriateness and/or quality.

PAF-Effectiveness of access

554928 | Framework Dimension
Access indicators can be used to measure equity of service provision where data is compared across localities. However, access is also an important, absolute measure of LHN and hospital performance.

PAF-Efficiency

554926 | Framework Dimension
Efficiency indicators (the relationship of inputs to outputs) measure how efficiently the outputs of a service were achieved. Technical efficiency indicators measure how well services use their resources (inputs) to produce outputs. Government funding per unit of output delivered is a typical indicator of technical efficiency. Allocative efficiency considers the use of resources across different care/treatment domains and strategic options, including in hospitals and primary care settings. Whils...

PAF-Equity

554920 | Framework Dimension
Equity indicators measure how well a service meets the requirements of particular groups in society with special needs. Indicators may reflect both equity of access, whereby all Australians are expected to have adequate access to services, and equity of outcome, whereby all Australians are expected to achieve similar outcomes arising from service use.

PAF-Equity of access

554927 | Framework Dimension
Access indicators can be used to measure equity of service provision where data is compared across localities. However, access is also an important, absolute measure of LHN and hospital performance.

PAF-Quality

554930 | Framework Dimension
NO FURTHER DESCRIPTION IN THE PAF.

PAF-Responsiveness

554933 | Framework Dimension
NO FURTHER DESCRIPTION IN THE PAF.

PAF-Safety

554932 | Framework Dimension
NO FURTHER DESCRIPTION IN THE PAF.

PAF-Sustainability

554931 | Framework Dimension
NO FURTHER DESCRIPTION IN THE PAF.

Perceived health status

392677 | Framework Dimension
Most OECD countries conduct regular health interview surveys asking questions such as "How is your health in general? Very good, good, fair, poor, very poor". Despite the general subjective nature of this question, indicators of perceived health status have been found to be a good predictor of future health care use and mortality.

Performance and Accountability Framework (PAF)

554919 | Framework Dimension
The August 2011 Council of Australian Governments (COAG) National Health Reform Agreement (NHRA) outlined COAG’s objectives for national health reform, including: • improving performance reporting through the establishment of the National Health PerformanceAuthority (the Authority); and • improving accountability through the Performance and Accountability Framework (the Framework). The NHRA builds on the Heads of Agreement – National Health Reform agreed by COAG in February 2011. Th...

Person-related Factors

410678 | Framework Dimension
Genetic-related susceptibility to disease and other factors such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels and body weight.

Person-related Factors

584851 | Framework Dimension
Genetic-related susceptibility to disease and other factors such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels and body weight

Personal biomedical factors

721211 | Framework Dimension
Genetic-related susceptibility to disease & other factors such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels and body weight.

Personal history

721218 | Framework Dimension
Factors such as experience of trauma.

Population

392642 | Framework Dimension
Contextual information about the characteristics of the population. Examples include health insurance enrolment, % population over 65 years of age, % residing in urban centres.

Poverty

392689 | Framework Dimension
No commonly agreed measure of poverty across OECD countries exists. As with income inequality, the starting point for poverty measurement is equivalised household disposable income provided by national consultants. People are classified as poor when their equivalised household disposable income is less than half of the median prevailing in each country. The use of a relative income-threshold means that richer countries have higher poverty thresholds than poor countries. Poverty is considered in...

Poverty among children

392688 | Framework Dimension
Children are defined as poor when they live in households whose equivalised household disposable income is less than half of the median in a given country. Children, defined as all those aged under 18, are considered as sharing the income earned by other household members. The basic indicator of child poverty is poverty rate, measured as the share of children with an equivalised income of less than 50% of the median.

Public social spending

392687 | Framework Dimension
A wide range of people and social institutions provide social support to those in need through a variety of means. Much of this support takes the form of social expenditure, which comprises both financial support and "in-kind" provision of goods and services. To be included in social spending, benefits have to address one or more contingences, such as low-income, old-age, unemployment and disability. The indicator of social spending used for cross-country comparisons is public spending as a shar...

Quality

392714 | Framework Dimension
Quality indicators reflect the extent to which a service is suited to its purpose and conforms to specifications. Information about quality is particularly important when there is a strong emphasis on increasing efficiency (as indicated by lower unit costs). There is usually more than one way in which to deliver a service, and each alternative has different implications for both cost and quality. Information about quality is needed to ensure all relevant aspects of performance are considered. Th...

Recreation and leisure

392705 | Framework Dimension
Participation in recreational and leisure activities contributes to overall wellbeing through benefits to physical and mental health, and by providing opportunities for social interaction and community engagement. The importance of leisure time is recognised by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states that 'Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays without pay' (UN 1948).

Report on Government Services

392709 | Framework Dimension
The framework depicts the Review's focus on outcomes, consistent with demand by governments for outcome oriented performance information. This outcome information is supplemented by information on outputs. Output indicators are grouped under equity, effectiveness and efficiency headings. Heads of government (now the Council of Australian Governments or COAG) established the Review of Government Service Provision (the Review) to provide information on the effectiveness and efficiency of governmen...

Resources

392639 | Framework Dimension
The dimension of community and health system characteristics contains contextual information which may be useful in interpretation of indicators.

Responsive

410682 | Framework Dimension
Service provides respect for persons and is client oriented, including respect for dignity, confidentiality, participation in choices, promptness, quality of amenities, access to social support networks, and choice of provider.

Responsive

584869 | Framework Dimension
Service provides respect for persons and is consumer and carer orientated: respect for dignity, confidential, participate in choices, prompt, quality of amenities, access to social support networks, and choice provider

Responsiveness

392585 | Framework Dimension
Service is client orientated. Clients are treated with dignity, confidentiality, and encouraged to participate in choices related to their care.

Responsiveness

401192 | Framework Dimension
Service is client oriented. Clients are treated with dignity, confidentiality, and encouraged to participate in choices related to their care.

Risky behaviour

392663 | Framework Dimension
Risky behaviour refers to actions undertaken by children which are normally considered adult behaviours and can negatively affect their lives. Levels of risky behaviour in each country show the extent to which children are receiving suitable guardianship or information regarding age appropriate activities. Risky behaviour indicators include rates and trends of self-reported excessive drinking and regular smoking in early adolescence. As well, risky behaviour includes self-reported rates of earl...

Safe

411419 | Framework Dimension
The avoidance or reduction to acceptable levels of actual or potential harm from health care management or the environment in which health care is delivered.

Safe

584866 | Framework Dimension
Potential risks of an intervention or the environment are identified and avoided or minimised

Safety

392584 | Framework Dimension
The avoidance or reduction to acceptable limits of actual or potential harm from health care management or the environment in which health care is delivered.

Safety

392700 | Framework Dimension
Safety is an important component of both physical and mental wellbeing. The idea of safety includes perceptions as well as protection from actual harm. Experiences of crime or injury can be seriously detrimental to feelings of safety, not only for those directly affected but also for those who witness these events or are involved through family, friendship or community ties. Further sub-dimensions include: perceptions of personal safety, experience of crime and occurrence of injury (including in...

Safety

392625 | Framework Dimension
Potential risks of an intervention of the environment are avoided or minimized. Examples include hospital-acquired infection rate.

Safety

401193 | Framework Dimension
The avoidance, or reduction to acceptable limits, of actual or potential harm from health-care management or the environment in which health care is delivered.

Safety

721197 | Framework Dimension
The avoidance of, or reduction to, acceptable limits of actual or potential harm (physical or psychological) from health care management or the environment in which health care is delivered. Includes aspects of the safety of care delivered to consumers (including patient-reported incidents and restrictive practices) as well as safety of carers and workforce.

Self-sufficiency

392667 | Framework Dimension
People's self-sufficiency mainly depends on access to jobs and on their skills. With respect to work, a suitable indicator of labour market outcomes is the employment rate for the working-age population. This indicator, based on comparable labour force survey definitions, is available yearly for all OECD countries. Relative to other measures of labour market slack like unemployment rates, the employment rate is less affected by people's decisions to withdraw from the labour market when job prosp...

Shelter and housing

392699 | Framework Dimension
Access to adequate shelter and housing is recognised as a basic human need. As well as providing protection from environmental elements and access to facilities such as heating and sanitation, housing gives people a place to enjoy privacy and recreational activities, keep their possessions, spend time with friends and family, and express their identity (ABS 2001a). Housing equity is also a major component of personal wealth. Shelter and housing are used to describe the housing circumstances of A...

Social and community factors

392620 | Framework Dimension
Measures the prevalence of social and community factors, such as social support, life stress, or social capital that epidemiological studies have shown to be related to health. Examples include school readiness, social support, housing affordability and literacy.

Social and support networks

392695 | Framework Dimension
Social and support networks are the connections between individuals and groups. These networks refer to the informal relationships people have with family, friends, neighbours, work colleagues and other members of their community. Support networks can act in a variety of ways, such as provision of information or emotional, practical or financial support, and these in turn provide individuals with a sense of belonging.

Social cohesion

392693 | Framework Dimension
Social cohesion refers to the interrelatedness and unity between the individuals, groups and associations that exist within society. This unity is established through social relationships based on trust, shared values, feelings of belonging and the expectation of reciprocity. However, given the diversity of values and relationships that exist in a pluralist society, a high degree of unity between some individuals and groups may result in the mistrust or exclusion of others. Therefore inequalitie...

Social cohesion

392660 | Framework Dimension
Social cohesion has both positive and negative dimensions. On the positive side, it includes people's participation into community life and their attitudes to others. On the negative side, lack of social cohesion may be revealed by a variety of pathologies such as suicides, risky behaviours or crime.

Socioeconomic Factors

584857 | Framework Dimension
Socio-economic factors such as education, employment, per capita expenditure on health, and average weekly earnings

Socioeconomic factors

721220 | Framework Dimension
Income, employment, housing, education and social inequalities.

Socioeconomic factors

392619 | Framework Dimension
Indicators related to the socioeconomic characteristics of the population that epidemiological studies have shown to be related to health. Examples include unemployment rate, low income rate and high school graduation.

Socioeconomic Factors

410674 | Framework Dimension
Factors such as education, employment, per capita expenditure on health, and average weekly earnings.

Spending on education

392671 | Framework Dimension
Spending on education as a proportion of net national income (NNI) gives a measure of how much money is invested in human capital (it excludes consideration of parental time inputs or on-the-job learning or training) relative to the total flow of monetary resources available to the society. This indicator measures both public and private expenditure on educational institutions (including public subsidies) and family spending in so far as it translates into payments to educational institutions.

Stigma and discrimination

695662 | Framework Dimension

Student performance

392670 | Framework Dimension
Student performance can be assessed through results form the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). PISA is the most comprehensive international effort to measure the skills of students towards the end of the period of compulsory education.

Suicides

392662 | Framework Dimension
Data on suicide rates are based on official registers on causes of death. They are standardised using the OECD population structure of 1980, accounting for changes in the age structure across countries and over time. Suicide rates are expressed in deaths per 100, 000 individuals. Countries have different procedures for recording suicide as the underlying cause of death, despite the development of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD), and pro...

Sustainable

410686 | Framework Dimension
System’s or organisations’ capacity to provide infrastructure such as workforce, facilities and equipment, and be innovative and respond to emerging needs (research, monitoring).

Sustainable

584861 | Framework Dimension
System or organisations’ capacity to provide infrastructure such as workforce, facilities and equipment, and be innovative and respond to emerging needs (research, monitoring)

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