Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework (HPF) 2012

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The HPF was designed to measure the impact of the National Strategic Framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (NSFATSIH) and will be an important tool for developing the new National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan (NATSIHP).

Page last updated: 15 November 2012

Figure 101—Labour force participation of persons aged 15–64 years: by Indigenous status and age, 2008 and 2007–08
Figure 102—Labour force status of Indigenous persons aged 15–64 years, by remoteness, 2008
Figure 103—Labour force status of persons aged 15–64 years, by Indigenous status, 2001, 2004–05 and 2008 and 2007–08
Figure 104—Proportion of persons aged 18 years and over in each equivalised gross weekly household income quintile, by Indigenous status, 2008
Figure 105—Persons aged 18 years and over in the lowest quintile of equivalised gross weekly household income, by Indigenous status and remoteness, 2008
Figure 106—Proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 18 years and over who were in the lowest quintile of equivalised gross weekly household income quintiles, 2008
Figure 107—Mean equivalised gross weekly household income, Indigenous Australians aged 18 years and over, by state/territory, 1994, 2002 and 2008
Figure 108—Population distribution by SEIFA advantage/disadvantage decile, by Indigenous status, 2006
Figure 109—Population distribution by SEIFA advantage/disadvantage quintiles, Indigenous population by state/territory and total population, 2006
Figure 110—Age-standardised hospitalisation rates for assault by Indigenous status, Qld, WA, SA and the NT, 2002–03 to 2009–10
Figure 111—Deaths from assault (homicide) by Indigenous status and age, NSW, Qld, WA, SA and the NT, 2006–10
Figure 112—Age-standardised rate of persons in prison, by Indigenous status, 2000 to 2011
Figure 113—Rates of young people aged 10–17 years, on remand on an average day, by Indigenous status, 2009–10
Figure 114—Children aged 0–16 years who were the subject of a substantiation: rate per 1,000 children, by Indigenous status and jurisdiction, 2010–11
Figure 115—Number of Indigenous children aged 0–17 years on care and protection orders, at 30 June 1998 to 30 June 2011
Figure 116—Proportion of Indigenous child placements with relatives, kin or other Indigenous caregiver, by jurisdiction, at 30 June 2011
Figure 117—Proportion of households without access to a working motor vehicle, by Indigenous status and remoteness, 2008 (Indigenous) and 2006 (other)Top of page
Figure 118—Difficulty with transport, by Indigenous status and remoteness, persons aged 18 years and over, 2008 (Indigenous) and 2006 (non-Indigenous)
Figure 119—Access to homelands/traditional country, by remoteness area, Indigenous Australians aged 15 years and over*, 2008
Figure 120—Self-assessed health status by whether Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people recognised/did not recognise homelands/traditional country, 2008
Figure 121—Presence of neighbourhood/community problems by whether Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people recognised/did not recognise homelands/traditional country, 2008
Figure 122—Proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 15 years and over reporting they are a current smoker, 1994, 2002 and 2008
Figure 123—Proportion of population aged 15 years and over reporting they are a current smoker, by Indigenous status and age, 2008
Figure 124—Alcohol risk levels by Indigenous status, persons aged 18 years and over, age-standardised, 2004–05
Figure 125—Persons aged 18 years and over who drank at short-term risky/high risk levels at least once a week, age standardised, 2004–05
Figure 126—Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults who drank at short-term risky/high risk levels at least once a week, by jurisdiction, 2004–05
Figure 127—Age-standardised rates for deaths related to alcohol use, NSW, Qld, WA, SA and the NT, 2008–10
Figure 128—Indigenous persons aged 15 years and over, level of physical activity, non-remote areas, 2001 and 2004–05
Figure 129—Persons aged 15 years and over reporting a sedentary level of physical activity, by Indigenous status, sex and age group, non-remote areas, 2004–05
Figure 130—Persons aged 15 years and over, level of physical activity, by Indigenous status, non-remote areas, 2004–05
Figure 131—Persons aged 15 years and over reporting excellent, very good or good health status, by Indigenous status and level of physical activity, non-remote areas, age-standardised, 2004–05
Figure 132—Usual daily intake of vegetables and fruit, Indigenous Australians aged 12 years and over, non-remote areas, 2001 and 2004–05
Figure 133—Age-standardised proportion of persons aged 15 years and over who ran out of food and couldn’t afford to buy more at some time over the last year, 2004–05
Figure 134—Proportion of children ever breastfed, by Indigenous status and socioeconomic status of the area in which they were living, 2010
Figure 135—Duration of exclusive breastfeeding to each month of age, by Indigenous status, 2010
Figure 136—Proportion of mothers who smoked during pregnancy, by Indigenous status and state/territory, 2009
Figure 137—Proportion of mothers who smoked during pregnancy, by Indigenous status and age of mother, 2009
Figure 138—Alcohol consumption by child's mother during pregnancy, Indigenous children aged 0–3 years, 2008
Figure 139—Proportion of mothers who used illicit drugs or substances during pregnancy, Indigenous children aged 0–3 years, by state/territory, 2008
Figure 140—Proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults who were overweight or obese, 1995, 2001 and 2004–05
Figure 141—Proportion of adults who were overweight or obese, by Indigenous status and age, 2004–05
Figure 142—Proportion of adults (age-standardised) by BMI category and Indigenous status, 2004–05Top of page
Figure 143—Proportion of Indigenous adults by BMI category, by sex, 2004–05
Figure 144—Proportion of mothers who attended at least one antenatal care session, by Indigenous status, NSW, Qld and SA, 1998–2009
Figure 145—Proportion of mothers whose first antenatal care session occurred in the first trimester, by Indigenous status and remoteness, NSW, Qld, SA and the NT, 2009
Figure 146—Proportion of mothers who attended at least one antenatal care session, by Indigenous status and jurisdiction, NSW, Qld, SA and the NT, 2009
Figure 147—Relationship between antenatal care sessions attended and proportion of low birthweight babies, by Indigenous status, Qld, SA and the NT, 2009
Figure 148—Proportion of children fully vaccinated at age 1 year, 2 years and 6/5 years, NSW, Victoria, SA, WA and the NT combined, by Indigenous status, 2001 to 2011
Figure 149—Proportion of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander persons aged 50 years and over and non-Indigenous persons aged 65 years and over: immunisation status 2004–05
Figure 150—Proportion of clinical treatments provided by GPs, age-adjusted, by Indigenous status, 2006–07 to 2010–11
Figure 151—Selected health promotion programs conducted in discrete Indigenous communities located 10km or more from a hospital, 2006
Figure 152—Rate per 1,000 persons receiving Medicare Benefits Schedule Health Assessments, by age group, Indigenous Australians, January–March 2006 to October–December 2011
Figure 153—Rate per 1,000 persons receiving Medicare Benefits Schedule Health Assessments, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged 55 years and over, all Australians aged 75 years and over, 2010–11
Figure 154—Participation rates for BreastScreen Australia, women aged 40 years and over, by Indigenous status and state/territory, 2008–09
Figure 155—Number of selected MBS services claimed, Indigenous Australians, 2009–10 and 2010–11
Figure 156—Age-standardised rate of selected MBS services claimed, by Indigenous status, 2009–10 and 2010–11
Figure 157—Proportion of Indigenous regular clients of Healthy for Life Services receiving recommended care, 1 January to 30 June 2010
Figure 158—Proportion of Indigenous Australians with Type 2 diabetes receiving recommended care, 12 remote primary care services, the NT, 2003–04 to 2005–06
Figure 159—Proportion of hospitalisations with a procedure performed, by Indigenous status and state/territory (excluding care involving dialysis), July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 160—Age-standardised use of coronary procedures for those hospitalised with coronary heart disease, NSW, Victoria, Qld, WA, SA and the NT, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 161—Hospitalisations for ambulatory care sensitive conditions, by Indigenous status and remoteness, NSW, Victoria, Qld, WA, SA and the NT, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 162—Hospitalisation rates for ambulatory care sensitive hospital admissions, by Indigenous status and age group, NSW, Victoria, Qld, WA, SA and the NT, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 163—Top 10 ambulatory care sensitive hospital admissions, by Indigenous status, NSW, Victoria, Qld, WA, SA and the NT, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 164—Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people employed in selected health-related occupations, 1996, 2001 and 2006
Figure 165—Proportion of those with problems accessing health care who identified 'service not culturally appropriate' as a barrier, by selected services, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, 2008
Figure 166—Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care services, by proportion of governing committee or board who were Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, 2008–11Top of page
Figure 167—Treatment of Indigenous Australians when seeking health care in the last 12 months, by remoteness, 2004–05
Figure 168—Proportion of hospitalisations ending in discharge against medical advice, by Indigenous status and age group, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 169—Proportion of hospitalisations ending in discharge against medical advice, by Indigenous status and jurisdiction, 2008–09 to 2009–10
Figure 170—Proportion of hospitalisations ending in discharge against medical advice, by Indigenous status and remoteness, 2008–09 to 2009–10
Figure 171—Proportion of hospitalisations ending in discharge against medical advice, by Indigenous status and principal diagnosis, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 172—Age-standardised rate per 100 encounters, mental health-related problems managed by GPs, by Indigenous status of the patient, April 2006–March 2007 to April 2010–March 2011
Figure 173—Community mental health care service contacts per 1,000 population, by Indigenous status, 2009–10
Figure 174—Age-standardised hospitalisation rates for mental health-related conditions, by Indigenous status
Figure 175—Age-standardised hospitalisation rates for mental health–related conditions, by Indigenous status and jurisdiction, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 176—Episodes of care provided to Indigenous people at Australian Government funded stand-alone substance use services, by age and sex, 2010–11
Figure 177—Counselling/advice on alcohol provided by general practitioners, by Indigenous status, April 1998–March 1999, April 2004–March 2005 and April 2010–March 2011
Figure 178—Comparing avoidable mortality rate ratios (2006–10) with accessing health care rate ratio (2004–05) by age group(a)(b)(c)
Figure 179—Age-standardised hospitalisation rates (excluding dialysis) by Indigenous status and remoteness, NSW, Victoria, Qld, WA, SA and the NT, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 180—Cumulative per cent changes to number of services, staff and episodes of care, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary health care services, 1999–2000 to 2010–11
Figure 181—Age-standardised MBS claim rate for non-referred GP items, by Indigenous status and state/territory, 2010–11
Figure 182—MBS services claimed, age-standardised per 1,000 population, by Indigenous status and remoteness, 2010–11
Figure 183—Average pharmaceutical expenditure per person, 2008–09
Figure 184—Average health expenditure per person by the Australian Government on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, constant prices, by Indigenous status, 2001–02 to 2008–09
Figure 185—Average health expenditure per person by the Australian Government on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, Indigenous Australians, by remoteness, 2008–09
Figure 186—Rate of GP encounters, by whether the GP has after-hours arrangements in place, by Indigenous status of the patient, April 2006–March 2007 to April 2010–March 2011
Figure 187—Non-admitted patient emergency care episodes for triage categories 4 (semi urgent) and 5 (non-urgent), by time of day and Indigenous status, 2008–09 to 2009–10
Figure 188—Regular type of health care used by Indigenous Australians, by age group, 2004–05
Figure 189—Indigenous Australians who usually go to the same GP/medical service, by selected population characteristics, 2004–05
Figure 190—Types of regular health care used by Indigenous Australians, by remoteness, 2004–05
Figure 191—Type of regular health care used by Indigenous Australians, by number of long-term health conditions, 2004–05Top of page
Figure 192—Proportion of people with asthma reporting that they have a written asthma action plan, by Indigenous status and age group, non-remote areas, 2004–05
Figure 193—Number of GPMPs and TCAs claimed through Medicare, Indigenous Australians, 2009–10 and 2010–11
Figure 194—Proportion of hospital admitted patient episodes in accredited hospitals, by Indigenous status and remoteness, July 2008 to June 2010
Figure 195—Proportion of general practices accredited through AGPAL and GPA+, by proportion of the population that is Indigenous, 2010–11
Figure 196—Indigenous Australian university student enrolments and completions in health-related courses, 2001–10
Figure 197—Estimated per person health expenditure ratio of Indigenous to non-Indigenous Australians, 1995–96 to 2008–09
Figure 198—Estimated state and territory health expenditure per person, by Indigenous status, 2008–09
Figure 199—Expenditure by the Australian Government on Indigenous-specific health programs, 1995–96 to 2010–11
Figure 200—Average health expenditure per person for primary health care and secondary/tertiary health care services, by Indigenous status, 2008–09
Figure 201—MBS(a) expenditure per person, Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, by remoteness areas of patient’s residence, 2008–09
Figure 202—Health expenditure per person on selected health services(a), Indigenous and non Indigenous Australians, by remoteness area of patient’s residence, 2008–09
Figure 203—Proportion of selected staff vacancies in Aboriginal health care services, by remoteness area, 2010–11
Figure 204—Full-time equivalent health staff and administrative and support staff vacancies, Aboriginal primary health care organisations, by length of time vacant, 30 June 2011
Figure 205—Proportion of GPs, by length of stay in current practice and remoteness area, 30 November 2011Top of page