2007-08 Department of Health and Ageing Annual Report
The primary purpose of the Annual Report is to provide Members of Parliament, Senators and the public with a detailed description of the Department’s activities during 2007-08, reporting against the performance and financial information presented in the 2007-08 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements and the 2007-08 Health and Ageing Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements.
Welcome to the 2007-08 Annual Report
The 2007-08 Annual Report is in eight parts:
PreliminariesThe report opens with an introduction, the preface, a letter from the Department’s Secretary to the Minister for Health and Ageing, and contents pages.
Part 1 OverviewPart One explains the Department’s activities, broad strategic directions and priorities for the year. It also notes key issues and achievements. These are set out in the Secretary’s Review, the Chief Medical Officer’s Report and the Departmental Overview.
Part 2 Performance ReportingPart Two discusses the main activities of the Department’s 15 outcomes, reporting on the Department’s performance against the key strategic directions and targets detailed in the 2007-08 Health and Ageing Portfolio Budget Statements and the 2007-08 Health and Ageing Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements. This section also includes financial reporting on Budget estimates and actual expenses for 2007-08, and services provided to the portfolio Ministerial team.
- Part 2 Performance Report (PDF 3178 KB)
- Outcome 1 Population Health (PDF 3793 KB)
- Outcome 2 Access to Pharmaceutical Services (PDF 3670 KB)
- Outcome 3 Access to Medical Services (PDF 3683 KB)
- Outcome 4 Aged Care and Population Ageing (PDF 3449 KB)
- Outcome 5 Primary Care (PDF 3573 KB)
- Outcome 6 Rural Health (PDF 3521 KB)
- Outcome 7 Hearing Services (PDF 3521 KB)
- Outcome 8 Indigenous Health (PDF 3521 KB)
- Outcome 9 Private Health (PDF 3350 KB)
- Outcome 10 Health System Capacity and Quality (PDF 3661 KB)
- Outcome 11 Mental Health (PDF 3344 KB)
- Outcome 12 Health Workforce Capacity (PDF 3535 KB)
- Outcome 13 Acute Care (PDF 3446 KB)
- Outcome 14 Biosecurity and Emergency Response (PDF 3367 KB)
- Outcome 15 Development of a Stronger and Internationally Competitive Australian Sports Sector and Encouragement of Greater Participation in Sport by All Australians(PDF 3939 KB)
Part 3 Management ArrangementsPart Three details the Department’s governance, people and financial management arrangements. This section also includes information on internal and external scrutiny activities and ministerial responsibilities.
Part 4 Accountability ReportingPart Four provides a range of information relating to the Department, including payments for advertising and marketing research and consultancies, and our performance in meeting Commonwealth Disability Strategy, Ecologically Sustainable Development and Occupational Health and Safety objectives. Information on discretionary grants and Freedom of Information arrangements is also included.
Part 5 Financial StatementsPart Five contains the complete set of financial statements for the Department of Health and Ageing and the Therapeutic Goods Administration Trust Account.
- 5.1 Financial Statements Health and Ageing (PDF 4082 KB)
- 5.2 Financial Statements Therapeutic Goods Administration Trust Account (PDF 4668 KB)
Part 6 Contact DetailsPart Six contains contact details for the Department’s Central and State and Territory offices. Contact details for portfolio agencies are also provided.
Acronyms, Glossary, Index and Postscript
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