Australian Government 2008-09 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements
The 2008-09 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements informs Senators and Members of Parliament of the proposed allocation of resources to Government outcomes and outputs, by agencies within the portfolio.
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Budget Related Paper No. 1.10
Download 2008-09 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget StatementsThe 2008-09 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS) can be viewed below as Portable Document Format (PDF) files or Rich Text Format (RTF) files, however, we have not provided an RTF version of the full PBS due to its excessive size.
The PBS can be viewed in parts below:
ContentsThis section contains three components: Introduction; the Letter of Transmittal; and the Contents Page.
User GuideProvides an overview of the structure and purpose of the 2008-09 PBS.
Portfolio OverviewProvides a general overview of the Health and Ageing Portfolio, its outcome structure and the portfolio summary.
Portfolio Overview (PDF 90 KB)
Portfolio Overview (RTF 427 KB)
Department of Health and Ageing Overview and ResourcesThis section contains three components: the Department's Overview; the Department's Resource Statement; and the Budget Measures Table.
Department Outcomes and Planned PerformanceDetails the link between resources, performance information and planned contributions for each of the Department's 15 outcomes, which will be reported in the Department's 2008-09 Annual Report.
Outcome 1:Population Health (PDF 126 KB)
Population Health (RTF 919 KB)
Outcome 2:Access to Pharmaceutical Services (PDF 75 KB)
Access to Pharmaceutical Services (RTF 381 KB)
Outcome 3:Access to Medical Services (PDF 82 KB)
Access to Medical Services (RTF 523 KB)
Outcome 4:Aged Care and Population Ageing (PDF 108 KB)
Aged Care and Population Ageing (RTF 705 KB)
Outcome 5:Primary Care (PDF 87 KB)
Primary Care (RTF 458 KB)
Outcome 6:Rural Health (PDF 65 KB)
Rural Health (RTF 291 KB)
Outcome 7:Hearing Services (PDF 52 KB)
Hearing Services (RTF 252 KB)
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Outcome 8:Indigenous Health (PDF 68 KB)
Indigenous Health (RTF 284 KB)
Outcome 9:Private Health (PDF 58 KB)
Private Health (RTF 245 KB)
Outcome 10:Health System Capacity and Quality (PDF 110 KB)
Health System Capacity and Quality (RTF 600 KB)
Outcome 11:Mental Health (PDF 69 KB)
Mental Health (RTF 312 KB)
Outcome 12:Health Workforce Capacity (PDF 67 KB)
Health Workforce Capacity (RTF 310 KB)
Outcome 13:Acute Care (PDF 86 KB )
Acute Care (RTF 452 KB)
Outcome 14:Biosecurity and Emergency Response (PDF 84 KB)
Biosecurity and Emergency Response (RTF 84 KB )
Outcome 15Development of a Stronger and Internationally Competitive Australian Sports Sector and Encouragement of Greater Participation in Sport by all Australians (PDF 61 KB)
Development of a Stronger and Internationally Competitive Australian Sports Sector and Encouragement of Greater Participation in Sport by all Australians (RTF 271 KB)
Budgeted Financial StatementsThe Department's Budgeted Financial Statements tables, analysis and notes are reported in this section in full accrual accounting format.
Portfolio Agency Budget StatementsThe statements below report each respective portfolio agency's: Agency Overview and Resources; Agency Outcomes and Planned Performance; and Budgeted Financial Statements.
GlossaryGlossary of Technical Terms.
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