Australian Government 2011-12 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements

The 2011-12 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements inform Senators and Members of Parliament of the proposed allocation of resources to Government outcomes and outputs, by agencies within the portfolio.

Page last updated: 05 May 2011

Budget Related Paper No. 1.10

Download 2011-12 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements

The 2011-12 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements can be viewed below as Portable Document Format (PDF) files or Microsoft Word (doc) files.

The Portfolio Budget Statements can be viewed in parts below.

Contents

This section contains three components: Introduction; the Letter of Transmittal; and the Contents Page.

Introduction, Letter of Transmittal and Contents Page (PDF 276 KB)
Introduction, Letter of Transmittal and Contents Page (RTF 43307 KB)

User Guide

Provides an overview of the structure and purpose of the 2011-12 Portfolio Budget Statements.

User Guide (PDF 108 KB)
User Guide (RTF 184 KB)

Portfolio Overview

Provides a general overview of the Health and Ageing Portfolio, its Outcome structure and the Portfolio summary.

Portfolio Overview (PDF 134 KB)
Portfolio Overview (RTF 556 KB)

Department of Health and Ageing Overview and Resources

Provides the Strategic Direction Statement for the Department of Health and Ageing, Department Resource Statement, Budget Measures, Strategic Review chapter and Changes to Outcomes and Programs from 2010-11 Portfolio Budget Statements.

Strategic Direction Statement (PDF 213 KB)
Strategic Direction Statement (RTF 4378 KB)

Strategic Review (PDF 54 KB)
Strategic Review (RTF 136 KB)

Changes to Outcomes and Programs from 2010-11 Portfolio Budget Statements (PDF 67 KB)
Changes to Outcomes and Programs from 2010-11 Portfolio Budget Statements (RTF 246 KB)

Department Resources and Planned Performance

Details the links between Program resources, Program contributions and performance information for each of the Department's 14 outcomes, which will be reported in the Department's 2011-12 Annual Report.

Outcome 1:
Population Health (PDF 460 KB)
Population Health (RTF 5.49 MB)

Outcome 2:
Access to Pharmaceutical Services (PDF 230 KB)
Access to Pharmaceutical Services (RTF 4.76 MB)

Outcome 3:
Access to Medical Services (PDF 252 KB)
Access to Medical Services (RTF 4.79 MB)

Outcome 4:
Aged Care and Population Ageing (PDF 350 KB)
Aged Care and Population Ageing (RTF 5.26 MB)

Outcome 5:
Primary Care (PDF 194 KB)
Primary Care (RTF 4.45 MB)

Outcome 6:
Rural Health (PDF 119 KB)
Rural Health (RTF 4.20 MB)

Outcome 7:
Hearing Services (PDF 145 KB)
Hearing Services (RTF 4.17 KB)

Outcome 8:
Indigenous Health (PDF 217 KB)
Indigenous Health (RTF 4.98 MB)

Outcome 9:
Private Health (PDF 137 KB)
Private Health (RTF 4.22 MB)

Outcome 10:
Health System Capacity and Quality (PDF 332 KB)
Health System Capacity and Quality (RTF 5.01 MB)

Outcome 11:
Mental Health (PDF 154 KB)
Mental Health (RTF 4.20 MB)

Outcome 12:
Health Workforce Capacity (PDF 187 KB)
Health Workforce Capacity (RTF 4.41 MB)

Outcome 13:
Acute Care (PDF 233 KB)
Acute Care (RTF 4.55 MB)

Outcome 14:
Biosecurity and Emergency Response (PDF 165 KB)
Biosecurity and Emergency Response (RTF 4.30 MB)

Budgeted Financial Statements

Details the link between resources, performance information and planned contributions for each of the Department's 14 outcomes, which will be reported in the Department's 2011-12 Annual Report.

Budgeted Financial Statements (PDF 150 KB)
Budgeted Financial Statements (RTF 3.27 MB)

Portfolio Agency Resources and Planned Performance

The statements below report each respective Portfolio Agency's: Agency Overview and Resources; Program Contributions and Planned Performance; and Budgeted Financial Statements.

Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency Ltd (PDF 172 KB)
Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency Ltd (RTF 5.20 MB)

Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (PDF 153 KB)
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (RTF 4.99 MB)

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (PDF 201 KB)
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (RTF 5.77 KB)

Australian National Preventive Health Agency (PDF 169 KB)
Australian National Preventive Health Agency (RTF 5.68 MB)

Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Authority (PDF 213 KB)
Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Authority (RTF 2.04 MB)

Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency Ltd (PDF 216 KB)
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency Ltd (RTF 5.84 MB)

Cancer Australia (PDF 265 KB)
Cancer Australia (RTF 6.55 MB)

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (PDF 231 KB)
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (RTF 5.75 MB)

General Practice Education and Training Ltd (PDF 152 KB)
General Practice Education and Training Ltd (RTF 5.48 MB)

Health Workforce Australia (PDF 195 KB)
Health Workforce Australia (RTF 5.33 MB)

National Blood Authority (PDF 233 KB)
National Blood Authority (RTF 6.58 MB)

National Health and Medical Research Council (PDF 242 KB)
National Health and Medical Research Council (RTF 6.52 MB)

Private Health Insurance Administration Council (PDF 189 KB)
Private Health Insurance Administration Council (RTF 5.72 MB)

Private Health Insurance Ombudsman (PDF 179 KB)
Private Health Insurance Ombudsman (RTF 5.53 MB)

Professional Services Review (PDF 159 KB)
Professional Services Review (RTF 5.81 MB)

Appendices


List of Appendices.
Appendix 1 – Strategic Review Concordance Table (PDF 121 KB)
Appendix 1 – Strategic Review Concordance Table (RTF 379 KB)

Glossary

Glossary of technical terms.

Glossary (PDF 79 KB)
Glossary (RTF 0.08 MB)

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