The National Emergency Access Target Database (NEATD) is a compilation of electronic records of non-admitted patient service episodes for the purposes of reporting the National Emergency Access Targets as part of the National Partnership Agreement on Improving Public Hospital Services.
from 1 January 2011 to 30 June 2015
National and State
The scope of the database is hospitals classified as either a Principal referral and specialist women's and children's hospital or a Large hospital (Peer Group A or B) in the AIHW's Australian Hospital Statistics publication from the preceding financial year (see appendix 1 of Australian hospital statistics 2007-08 for further information). Hospitals other than these can also supply data and once they have, also become in scope for future years.
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