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Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) 2021, Palliative care services in Australia, viewed 23 January 2022, https://pp.aihw.gov.au/reports/palliative-care-services/palliative-care-services-in-australia
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Palliative care services in Australia is an online web report on the activity and characteristics of palliative care services across Australia. Data is presented under specific topic areas with detailed data available for current and previous years in the attached Microsoft ® Excel workbooks. This palliative care report is updated with new data twice a year.
Image showing 2 key points in palliative care workforce for 2019. 292 palliative medicine physicians and 3,658 palliative care nurses
Image stating from palliative care outcomes data 93% of patients had their episode commence by the day after they were ready for care.
Image about MBS expenditure on subsidised specialist services with a line graph showing $5.2 million was spent in 2013-14 and $7.1 million in 2019-20
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Image showing there were 83,430 palliative care hospitalisation in 2018-19, 47,845 were palliative care and 35,585 were for other end of life care.
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