The 3rd data update presents the latest findings from the de-identified aggregate Practice Incentives Program Quality Improvement Eligible Data Set covering 10 measures. The data from clinical information systems of over 5,800 general practices represent recording status of clients’ lifestyle behaviours and areas of significant health burden but are not prevalence measures. Building on previous reports, it empowers practices and healthcare organisations to leverage primary healthcare data for nationwide improvements.
- Cat. no: PHC 14
Over 5,531 practices across Australia contributed to this data, with 95.2% using clinical software from 2 providers
71.6% of regular clients with type 2 diabetes had an HbA1c result recorded in the previous 12 months
59% of regular clients aged 65 years and over had an influenza vaccination recorded in their GP records
41.2, 55 and 56.1% of eligible clients had 4 risk factors recorded for assessing CVD risk across 3 extraction tools