Evaluation of the Child Health Check Initiative and the Expanding Health Service Delivery Initiative - Final Report

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Evaluation of the Child Health Check Initiative and the Expanding Health Service Delivery Initiative - Final Report - 31 March 2011

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Table 1: The CHCI—approach to evaluation objectives
Table 2: The EHSDI—approach to evaluation objectives
Table 3: Summary of findings from comparisons of CHCI data to other data sources
Table 4: Profile of evaluation participants
Table 5: Number and rate of substantiated sexual abuse cases
Table 6: Referrals for follow-up services requested and provided
Table 7: Annual CHCI funding allocation and expenditure
Table 8: Total CHCI allocation and expenditure to 30 June 2010
Table 9: Number and proportion of children who had a CHC
Table 10: Number and proportion of children who had a CHC by region
Table 11: Proportion of children case study communities who received CHCs
Table 12: Participation in child health check by age
Table 13: Reasons why children in the case study communities did not get checked
Table 14: Hospitalisations for eligible children who did and did not receive a CHC
Table 15: Avoidable hospitalisations for eligible children who did and did not receive a CHC
Table 16: Participation in the GAA program delivered by DHF service providers
Table 17: Participation in GAA programs delivered by DHF and ACCHO service providers
Table 18: Negotiation process and agreements for providing CHCI follow-up services
Table 19: Type and number of referrals made for Aboriginal children who had a CHC
Table 20: Follow-up status of children given referrals during CHCs
Table 21: Number of children with a CHC referral and number of referrals provided
Table 22: Number of chart reviews completed in DHF health centres/communities
Table 23: Children’s follow-up referrals outstanding in case study community E
Table 24: Number of children who received follow-up referrals following their CHCs
Table 25: Referral to specialist
Table 26: Problems treated for children who had a dental check as part of the CHCI
Table 27: Prevalence of hearing loss by referral status
Table 28: Medications and vaccinations provided to children who had a CHC
Table 29: Medical procedures performed during CHCs
Table 30: Dental services provided to children who received a dental check as part of the CHCI
Table 31: Dental problems treated during dental checks as part of the CHCI
Table 32: Changes in health conditions between first and latest child health check
Table 33: Hearing loss at first and last check
Table 34: Changes in degree of hearing impairment between first and latest checkTop of page
Table 35: Results of social determinants health assessment
Table 36: School attendance rates
Table 37: Remote Aboriginal PHC services in the NT
Table 38: EHSDI funding allocation and expenditure to 30 June 2010
Table 39: Total EHSDI service expansion funding by HSDA
Table 40: Total EHSDI service expansion funding increase by percentage
Table 41: Per capita EHSDI service expansion funding
Table 42: Per capita EHSDI service expansion funding
Table 43: EHSDI funded positions by HSDA
Table 44: Increase in FTE positions per 1000 population
Table 45: Number of EHSDI funded positions
Table 46: Number of EHSDI funded positions
Table 47: Capital and infrastructure funding by HSDA
Table 48: Capital and infrastructure funding by organisation
Table 49: Timing of signing of EHSDI funding agreements
Table 50: PHC funding, excluding EHSDI, as a proportion of EHSDI benchmark
Table 51: Gap between current PHC funding, excluding EHSDI, and EHSDI benchmark
Table 52: Conventional health care and people-centred primary care
Table 53: Proposed HSDAs and status of reform process
Table 54: Baseline health service model in Pathways to Community Control
Table 55: RAHC deployment by type of service provider and deployment duration
Table 56: Number of RAHC deployments by type of practitioner and organisational type
Table 57: Average number of RAHC nurse deployments per clinic
Table 58: Repeat deployments by practitioner type
Table 59: Average and maximum RAHC nurse deployments by clinic size
Table 60: Comparison between the RAHC and other recruitment agencies
Table 61: NT AHKPIs by domain
Table 62: Average costs of CHCI services
Table 63: Monitoring and evaluation questions for child wellness checks
Table 64: Monitoring and evaluation questions and indicators for service delivery
Table 65: Monitoring and evaluation questions and indicators for leadership/governance
Table 66: Monitoring and evaluation questions and indicators for workforce
Table 67: Monitoring and evaluation questions and indicators for financing
Table 68: Monitoring and evaluation questions and indicators for information
Table 69: Monitoring and evaluation questions and indicators for long-termpopulation outcomes Top of page