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The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework 2014 reports include a detailed national analysis that covers the whole of Australia, plus 6 state reports for South Australia, Western Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and the Northern Territory.

These reports will provide the latest information on how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are faring according to 68 measures in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework. These measures are structured under 3 categories: Tier 1-health status and outcomes; Tier 2-determinants of health; and Tier 3-health system performance.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health performance framework 2014: data tables1

The HPF data tables support the analysis in the national and state reports. They comprise 69 Excel workbooks: one for each of the 68 HPF measures as well as demographic information. A wide range of data is presented for each measure, such as analysis by age, sex, jurisdiction, remoteness and over time. The data provided vary for each measure.

The Excel workbooks have the following structure:

  • A title sheet that outlines what is measured, the data sources, why the measure is important, and references.
  • A contents sheet that lists the tables included in each workbook, and provides table reference numbers.
  • A separate work sheet for each table, sorted by table reference numbers.

Select from the 68 Health Performance Framework measures, or the demography tables below. An Excel workbook will open in a new window.

Introductory tables: demography (244KB XLS)
Tier 1: Health status and outcomes
Health conditions
1.01 Low birth weight (264KB XLS)
1.02 Top reasons for hospitalisation (455KB XLS)
1.03 Injury and poisoning (584KB XLS)
1.04 Respiratory disease (463KB XLS)
1.05 Circulatory disease (493KB XLS)
1.06 Acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease (395KB XLS)
1.07 High blood pressure (323KB XLS)
1.08 Cancer (466KB XLS)
1.09 Diabetes (277KB XLS)
1.10 Kidney disease (297KB XLS)
1.11 Oral health (575KB XLS)
1.12  HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and sexually transmissible infections (394KB XLS) 
Human function
1.13 Community functioning (200KB XLS)
1.14 Disability (324KB XLS)
1.15 Ear health (454KB XLS)
1.16  Eye health (401KB XLS)
Life expectancy and wellbeing
1.17 Perceived health status (139KB XLS)
1.18 Social and emotional wellbeing (666KB XLS)
1.19 Life expectancy at birth (111KB XLS)
1.20 Infant and child mortality (338KB XLS)
1.21 Perinatal mortality (213KB XLS)
1.22 All causes age-standardised death rates (288KB XLS)
1.23 Leading causes of mortality (488KB XLS)
1.24 Avoidable and preventable deaths (210KB XLS)
Tier 2: Determinants of health
Environmental factors
2.01 Housing (492KB XLS)
2.02 Access to functional housing with utilities (213KB XLS)
2.03 Environmental tobacco smoke (114KB XLS)
Socioeconomic factors
2.04 Literacy numeracy (242KB XLS)
2.05 Education outcomes for young people (197KB XLS)
2.06 Education attainment and participation of adults (732KB XLS)
2.07 Employment (358KB XLS)
2.08 Income (522KB XLS)
2.09 Index of disadvantage (120KB XLS)
Community capacity
2.10 Community safety (397KB XLS)
2.11 Contact with the criminal justice system (460KB XLS)
2.12 Child protection (253KB XLS)
2.13 Transport (309KB XLS)
2.14 Indigenous people with access to their traditional lands (264KB XLS)
Health behaviours
2.15 Tobacco use (132KB XLS)
2.16 Risky alcohol consumption (231KB XLS)
2.17 Drug and other substance use including inhalants (271KB XLS)
2.18 Physical activity (98KB XLS)
2.19 Dietary behaviours (240KB XLS)
2.20 Breastfeeding practices (226KB XLS)
2.21 Health behaviour during pregnancy (294KB XLS)
Person related factors
2.22 Overweight obesity (101KB XLS)
Tier 3: health system performance
3.01 Antenatal care (414KB XLS)
3.02 Immunisation (241KB XLS)
3.03 Health promotion (293KB XLS)
3.04 Early detection and early treatment (337KB XLS)
3.05 Chronic disease management (232KB XLS)
3.06 Access to hospital procedures (304KB XLS)
3.07 Selected potentially preventable hospital admissions (326KB XLS)
3.08 Cultural competency (338KB XLS)
3.09 Discharge against medical advice (319KB XLS)
3.10 Access to mental health services (279KB XLS)
3.11 Access to alcohol and drug services (181KB XLS)
3.12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the health workforce (162KB XLS)
3.13 Competent governance (306KB XLS)
3.14 Access to services compared with need (885KB XLS)
3.15 Access to prescription medicines (159KB XLS)
3.16 Access to after-hours primary health care (227KB XLS)
3.17 Regular GP or health service (197KB XLS)
3.18 Care planning for chronic diseases (192KB XLS)
3.19 Accreditation (214KB XLS)
3.20 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people training for health related disciplines (373KB XLS)
3.21 Expenditure on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health compared to need (219KB XLS)
3.22 Recruitment and retention of staff (225KB XLS)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework 2014: data sources and quality 

 Notes and corrections

The current versions of the files are presented above.

  1. (Jan 2016) Details of changes made to XLS tables (227KB PDF)

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