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Online database for health providers and policy makers


Healthⓔdata™ is a new, online subscription service that enables users to easily download authoritative, evidence-based health sector information, including projections about regional populations, and the services and workforce available in that region. 

Planning the delivery of health care services has been changed forever

Recent years has seen exponential growth in the amount of health related data that organisations have access to. However, much of it is not user friendly, is incomplete, or needs to be compiled from many disparate sources. Also, it is often limited to historical collections. Compiling and manipulating the data to assist with health services planning has proven to be time consuming and expensive.

Healthⓔdata™ provides health providers and policy makers with relevant and timely data across more than 50 health conditions, including all of the Australian Government’s eight national health priority areas:

  • Arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions
  • Asthma
  • Cancer control
  • Cardiovascular health
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Injury prevention and control
  • Mental health 
  • Obesity.

Summary data and maps can be produced in accordance with the region and desired time period, providing any one or more of the following:

  • Area health profile: covers prevalence and/or incidence (for over 50 health conditions)
  • Area risk factor trends: covers the number of people with health risk factors such as physical inactivity, risky drinking, smoking, or excess weight/obesity, and how these numbers are projected to change in coming years
  • Area services and workforce: includes doctors, dentists, pharmacies and hospitals ( public, private and day facilities)
  • Area health trends: for example, the projected growth in the number of people with specific conditions by age group and gender, or projected growth in the number of new cases of macular degeneration, osteoarthritis, schizophrenia or other conditions
  • Area comparisons: for example maps depicting the differences between health services available between different electorates.

Find out more about Healthⓔdata™ or subscribe now.


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