Hospital casemix data and the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Occasional Papers: New Series Number 3
The purpose of this paper is to provide a new perspective on the use of hospital services by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It is also intended to encourage greater use of casemix-based information for both research and policy purposes.
In this section:
- Occasional papers series
- Plasma Fractionation Review
- Public Health Outcome Funding Agreements (PHOFAs)
- Regulatory Plan 2007-08
- Regulatory Plan 2008-09
- Regulatory Plan 2006-07
- PHERP Review Reports
- A National Aboriginal Health Strategy 1989
- 2002 Reviews of the National HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C Strategies and Strategic Research
- 2006 Aged Care Homes Survey
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- Mobile Outreach Service Plus
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships
- Ear and Hearing Training initiative for Aboriginal Health Workers
- Closing the Gap: Tackling Indigenous Chronic Disease Package
- National Indigenous Health Workforce Training Package
- Evaluation of the NT MOS projects
- Evaluation of the Bringing them home and Indigenous mental health programs
- Interim Evaluation of the Northern Territory Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Aged Care Workforce Development Projects
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework
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