Indicators

  • AHPF Indicators: Health status-Deaths
    It is important to examine trends and patterns in life expectancy, mortality rates in infants and children, deaths due to suicide and major causes of death. This can help evaluate health strategies and guide policy-making. Examining causes of death provides further insight into the events contributing to deaths, reflecting changes in behaviours, exposures to disease or injury, social and environmental circumstances, data coding practices as well as impacts of medical and technological advances. Available data: National - State & Territory - Primary Health Network
  • AHPF Indicator: Potentially avoidable deaths
    The annual number of deaths (for people aged under 75) from conditions that are potentially preventable through individualised care and/or treatable through existing primary or hospital care. Available data: National - State & Territory - Primary Health Network