National Key Performance Indicators for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care: results from June 2016

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released: 2 Jun 2017 author: AIHW

This fourth national report on the national Key Performance Indicators (nKPIs) data collection is based on data from more than 240 primary health care organisations that received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health to provide services primarily to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Information is presented for 22 ‘process-of-care’ and ‘health outcome’ indicators for June 2016, which focus on maternal and child health, preventative health, and chronic disease management. The report shows continuous improvements for the majority of indicators.

ISSN 2203-5737(Print) 2205-5126 (PDF); ISBN 978-1-76054-118-7; Cat. no. IHW 177; 196pp.; 64

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Publication table of contents

  • National Key Performance Indicators for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care: results from June 2016
  • Preliminary material
    • Title & verso title pages
    • Contents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Abbreviations
    • Symbols
    • Summary
  • Body content
    • Chapter 1: Introduction
      • The nKPI collection
      • Changes since December 2014
      • nKPI data quality
      • Things to consider when interpreting nKPI data
      • Clients
      • Regular client definition for Northern Territory Government organisations
      • Organisations contributing nKPI data
    • Chapter 2: Chronic disease profile
      • 2.1 Why is this important?
      • 2.2 Chronic disease profile
      • 2.3. Chronic disease risk factors
    • Chapter 3: Maternal and child health indicators
      • 3.1 Why are these indicators important?
      • 3.2 Summary of progress
      • A. First antenatal visit
      • B. Birthweight recorded
      • C. MBS health assessment (item 715) for children aged 0–4
      • D. Child immunisation
      • E. Birthweight result
      • F. Smoking status of women who gave birth within the previous 12 months
    • Chapter 4: Preventative health indicators
      • 4.1 Why are these important?
      • 4.2 Summary of progress
      • G. Smoking status recorded
      • H. Alcohol consumption recorded
      • I. MBS health assessment (item 715) for adults aged 25 and over
      • J. Risk factors assessed to enable cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk assessment
      • K. Cervical screening
      • L. Immunised against influenza—Indigenous regular clients aged 50 and over
      • M. Smoking status result
      • N. BMI classified as overweight or obese
    • Chapter 5: Chronic disease management indicators
      • 5.1 Why are these important?
      • 5.2 Summary of progress
      • O. General Practitioner Management Plan—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • P. Team Care Arrangement—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • Q. Blood pressure result recorded—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • R. HbA1c result recorded—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • S. Kidney function test recorded—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • T. Kidney function test recorded—clients with cardiovascular disease
      • U. Immunised against influenza—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • V. Immunised against influenza—clients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
      • W. Blood pressure result—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • X. HbA1c result—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • Y. Kidney function test result—clients with type 2 diabetes
      • Z. Kidney function test result—clients with cardiovascular disease
    • Chapter 6: Organisations by Primary Health Networks
      • 6.1 Why is this important?
      • 6.2 Distribution of services across PHNs
    • Chapter 7: Progress against the Implementation Plan goals
      • 7.1 Why is this important?
      • 7.2 Summary of progress
    • Chapter 8: Discussion
  • End matter
    • Appendix 1: Background to the nKPI collection and indicator technical specifications
      • Background
      • Development of data specifications
      • Approval
      • The nKPIs in June 2016
    • Appendix 2: Data quality
      • Issues to consider when interpreting indicator data
      • Interpreting changes over time
      • Regular clients
      • Data collection and transmission
      • Data quality review
      • Time trend analysis
    • Appendix 3: Comparison of nKPI results
      • Comparison with national Indigenous data
      • Comparison with national data for all Australians
    • Appendix 4: nKPI time trend results by jurisdiction and remoteness
    • Appendix 5: nKPI results by age group and sex
    • Appendix 6: Jurisdiction and remoteness variation figures
    • Appendix 7: Analysis of Northern Territory Government services’ data
    • Appendix 8: Comparison of nKPI definition results, 2015
    • Appendix 9: Guide to the figures
    • Glossary
    • References
    • List of tables
    • List of figures
    • List of boxes
    • Related publications

Recommended citation

AIHW 2017. National Key Performance Indicators for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care: results from June 2016. National key performance indicators for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care no. 4. Cat. no. IHW 177. Canberra: AIHW.



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