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National Indigenous Reform Agreement (2020)

718468 | Indicator Set
Through the National Indigenous Reform Agreement (NIRA), the Parties commit to working together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to Close the Gap in Indigenous disadvantage. In 2008, all governments in Australia committed to work towards Closing the Gap, with the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreeing to 6 specific targets and timelines (COAG 2012). The targets are set out in the NIRA between the Australian Government and the state and territory governments (COAG 2012...
Standard: Indigenous

National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (2016)

657124 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The National Standards for Out-of-Home Care are a priority under the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020. The National Standards have been designed to drive improvements and deliver consistency in the quality of care, so that children and young people in out-of-home care have the same opportunities as their peers to reach their potential in life. There are 23 indicators under the National Standards, but not all indicators are currently reportable.
Superseded: Children and Families

National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (2017)

688491 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The National Standards for Out-of-Home Care are a priority under the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020. The National Standards have been designed to drive improvements and deliver consistency in the quality of care, so that children and young people in out-of-home care have the same opportunities as their peers to reach their potential in life. There are 23 indicators under the National Standards, but not all indicators are currently reportable.
Superseded: Children and Families

National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (2018)

709166 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (NOOHCS) are a priority under the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020. The National Standards have been designed to drive improvements and deliver consistency in the quality of care, so that children and young people in out-of-home care have the same opportunities as their peers to reach their potential in life. There are 23 indicators under the National Standards, but not all indicators are currently reportable.
Superseded: Children and Families

National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (2019)

738235 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (NOOHCS) are a priority under the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020. The National Standards have been designed to drive improvements and deliver consistency in the quality of care, so that children and young people in out-of-home care have the same opportunities as their peers to reach their potential in life. There are 23 indicators under the National Standards, but not all indicators are currently reportable.
Superseded: Children and Families

National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (2020)

738337 | Indicator Set
The National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (NOOHCS) are a priority under the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020. The National Standards have been designed to drive improvements and deliver consistency in the quality of care, so that children and young people in out-of-home care have the same opportunities as their peers to reach their potential in life. There are 23 indicators under the National Standards, but not all indicators are currently reportable.
Superseded: Children and Families

National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (2021)

740686 | Indicator Set
The National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (NOOHCS) are a priority under the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020. The National Standards have been designed to drive improvements and deliver consistency in the quality of care, so that children and young people in out-of-home care have the same opportunities as their peers to reach their potential in life. There are 23 indicators under the National Standards, but not all indicators are currently reportable.
Superseded: Children and Families

National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (2022)

759044 | Indicator Set
The National Standards for Out-of-Home Care (NOOHCS) are a priority under the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009–2020. The National Standards have been designed to drive improvements and deliver consistency in the quality of care, so that children and young people in out-of-home care have the same opportunities as their peers to reach their potential in life. There are 23 indicators under the National Standards, but not all indicators are currently reportable.
Standard: Children and Families

Palliative Care and End-of-Life Care Key Performance Indicators 2021

741817 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare on behalf of the Palliative Care and End-of-Life Care Data Development Working Group
The Palliative Care and End-of-Life Care Key Performance Indicators (PC EOLC KPIs) will monitor and inform the activities of Australian Government and state and territory funded services that provide palliative care and end-of-life care to Australians of all ages with life-limiting health conditions. The purpose of this indicator set is to drive palliative care practice improvement, including informing the monitoring and evaluation of the National Palliative Care Strategy 2018 (DoH 2019). The PC...
Qualified: Health

Performance Indicators for the National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services

489441 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The objective of the National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services (NPA IPHS) is to drive major improvements in public hospital service delivery and better health outcomes for Australians. The Agreement will facilitate improved access to public hospital services, including elective surgery and emergency department (ED) services, and subacute care. The objectives and outcomes of the Agreement will be achieved by: (a) a higher proportion of elective surgery patients bein...
Standard: Health

Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2012

484382 | Indicator Set | Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania
Service Agreements between Minister for Health and the Governing Council's of Tasmanian Health Organisations. The Service Level Agreement is the key accountability agreement between the Tasmanian Government and the Governing Council of each Tasmanian Health Organisation (THO). It is a negotiated agreement between the Minister for Health and the THO Governing Council, and sets out: a schedule of services to be provided by the THO performance goals and objectives for the THO performance standar...
Superseded: Tasmanian Health

Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2013

523451 | Indicator Set | Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania
Service Agreements between Minister for Health and the Governing Council's of Tasmanian Health Organisations. The Service Level Agreement is the key accountability agreement between the Tasmanian Government and the Governing Council of each Tasmanian Health Organisation (THO). It is a negotiated agreement between the Minister for Health and the THO Governing Council, and sets out: a schedule of services to be provided by the THO performance goals and objectives for the THO performance standar...
Superseded: Tasmanian Health

Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2014

581407 | Indicator Set | Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania
Service Agreements between Minister for Health and the Governing Council's of Tasmanian Health Organisations. The Service Level Agreement is the key accountability agreement between the Tasmanian Government and the Governing Council of each Tasmanian Health Organisation (THO). It is a negotiated agreement between the Minister for Health and the THO Governing Council, and sets out: a schedule of services to be provided by the THO performance goals and objectives for the THO performance standar...
Superseded: Tasmanian Health

Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2015

662584 | Indicator Set | Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania
Service Agreements between Minister for Health and the Governing Council's of Tasmanian Health Organisations. The Service Level Agreement is the key accountability agreement between the Tasmanian Government and the Governing Council of each Tasmanian Health Organisation (THO). It is a negotiated agreement between the Minister for Health and the THO Governing Council, and sets out: a schedule of services to be provided by the THO performance goals and objectives for the THO performance standa...
Superseded: Tasmanian Health

Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2016

662593 | Indicator Set | Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania
Service Agreements between Minister for Health and the Governing Council's of Tasmanian Health Service. The Service Level Agreement is the key accountability agreement between the Tasmanian Government and the Governing Council of the Tasmanian Health Service (THS). It is a negotiated agreement between the Minister for Health and the THS Governing Council, and sets out: a schedule of services to be provided by the THS performance goals and objectives for the THS performance standards, perform...
Superseded: Tasmanian Health

Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2017

675810 | Indicator Set | Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania
Service Agreements between Minister for Health and the Governing Council's of Tasmanian Health Service. The Service Level Agreement is the key accountability agreement between the Tasmanian Government and the Governing Council of the Tasmanian Health Service (THS). It is a negotiated agreement between the Minister for Health and the THS Governing Council, and sets out: a schedule of services to be provided by the THS performance goals and objectives for the THS performance standards, perform...
Superseded: Tasmanian Health

Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2018

698656 | Indicator Set | Department of Health Tasmania
Service Plans between Minister for Health and the Tasmanian Health Service (THS). The Service Level Agreement is the key accountability agreement between the Tasmanian Government and THS. It is a negotiated agreement between the Minister for Health and the THS, and sets out: a schedule of services to be provided by the THS performance goals and objectives for the THS performance standards, performance targets and performance measures for the THS reporting requirements a THS performance man...
Superseded: Tasmanian Health

Service Plan - Department of Health Tasmania: 2019

717605 | Indicator Set | Department of Health Tasmania
Service Plans between Minister for Health and the Tasmanian Health Service (THS). The Service Level Agreement is the key accountability agreement between the Tasmanian Government and THS. It is a negotiated agreement between the Minister for Health and the THS, and sets out: a schedule of services to be provided by the THS performance goals and objectives for the THS performance standards, performance targets and performance measures for the THS reporting requirements a THS performance man...
Standard: Tasmanian Health

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle Indicators 2018–19

732687 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A set of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle (ATSICPP) indicators were developed in response to Action 1.3 of the fourth action plan of the National Framework for Protecting Australia Children (NFPAC) (DSS 2018). Under Action 1.3, state, territory and Commonwealth community services ministers endorsed the development of a nationally consistent approach to measuring and reporting on the application of the five elements of the ATSICPP.
Standard: Children and Families

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle Indicators 2019–20

749968 | Indicator Set | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A set of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle (ATSICPP) indicators were developed in response to Action 1.3 of the fourth action plan of the National Framework for Protecting Australia Children (NFPAC) (DSS 2018). Under Action 1.3, state, territory and Commonwealth community services ministers endorsed the development of a nationally consistent approach to measuring and reporting on the application of the five elements of the ATSICPP.
Qualified: Children and Families

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