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Population Health: MedicalDirector Insights 1.8.10 Update Release Notes

Changes to nKPIReports

The Department of Health has requested modifications to several nKPI reports. The following nKPI report changes have been made.

 

Aboriginal Health Program National Key Performance Indicators changes

Indicator

Summary of changes

PI09: Proportion of Indigenous regular clients whose smoking status was recorded.

PI10: Proportion of Indigenous regular clients whose smoking status result was within specified categories.

PI11: Proportion of female Indigenous regular clients who gave birth within the previous 12 months whose smoking status result was within specified categories.

PI13:Proportion of female Indigenous regular clients who gave birth within the previous 12 months who had their first antenatal care visit within specified periods.

PI24:Proportion of Indigenous regular clients with Type 2 diabetes whose blood pressure measurement result was within specified categories.

 

 

Changes to OSR Reports

The Department of Health has requested a modification to an OSR report. The following OSR CS3a report change has been made.  

Aboriginal Health Program Online Services report change

Indicator

Summary of changes

CS3a: Number of clients seen within the previous 12 months.

 

Aboriginal Health Program Key Performance Indicators XML file

In line with the report changes the XML file has been modified to incorporate those report changes.

 

Changes to NSW Ministry of Health, Key Performance Indicators

The NSW Ministry of Health, Aboriginal Health Program division has requested modifications to several NSW KPI reports. The following NSW KPI report changes have been made.  

 

NSW Ministry of Health, Key Performance Indicators changes

Indicator

Summary of changes

KPI 1a: Regular Aboriginal Clients aged under 15 years and who have claimed an MBS Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS Item 715) in the previous 12 months.

KPI 1b: Regular Aboriginal Clients aged 15 years and older and who have claimed an MBS Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS Item 715) in the previous 12 months (15+).

KPI 1: Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients aged 15 years and older who are recorded as a current smoker, who have a recorded smoking cessation intervention.

KPI 2a: Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients aged 2 years and over but less than18 years who had their height and weight measured and recorded on the same occasion within the last 12 months.

 KPI 2b: Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients aged 2 years and over but less than 18 years that were above a healthy weight (overweight and obese) within the last 12 months.

 KPI 3a: Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients aged 18 years and older who had their weight measured and recorded within the last 12 months.

 KPI 4: Proportion of Aboriginal Clients aged 6 months and older vaccinated against influenza.

 KPI 5: Number of regular Aboriginal Clients born before May 2000 who are recorded as being tested for Hepatitis B infection in the previous six months.

 KPI 6: Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients born before May 2000 who are recorded as ever being tested for Hepatitis B infection.

 KPI 6a: Number of regular Aboriginal Clients aged 18 years and over who have been tested for hepatitis C in the previous six months.

 KPI 6b: Number of regular Aboriginal Clients aged 18 years and over who have been diagnosed with Hepatitis C, who have received DAA treatment in the last 12 months.

KPI 7a: Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients aged 15 years and over but less than 31 years who were tested for Chlamydia and/or Gonorrhoea within the last 12 months.

KPI 7b: Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients aged 15 years and over but less than 31 who were received a syphilis test within the previous 12 months.

KPI 8: Proportion of regular Aboriginal clients aged 15 and above who were tested for HIV in the past 12 months.

KPI 9a:. Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients with an identified mental illness/es who have had a GP Mental Health Treatment Plan (MBS Item 2700, 92112, 92124, 2701,92113, 92125, 2715,92116, 92128, 2717, 92117 or 92129) claimed within the previous 24 months.

KPI 9b: Proportion of regular Aboriginal Clients with an identified mental illness/es who have had a GP Mental Health Treatment Plan (MBS Item 2700, 92112, 92124, 2701,92113, 92125, 2715,92116, 92128, 2717, 92117 or 92129) claimed within the previous 24 months, but not in the last 12 months, where a review (MBS Item 2712, 92114, 92126) has been conducted.

 

 

Included Content from v1.8.9

Aboriginal Health Program Key Performance Indicators

Fix: In-person consults and Telehealth consults where double counted for patients that had both In-person consults and Telehealth consults for the reporting period this issue has now been fixed.

 

Included Content from v1.8.8

Aboriginal Health Program Key Performance Indicators XML file

Fix: Some apccIds incorrectly mapped. A fix has now been applied to the XML file so that all apccIds are correctly mapped to the Department of Health portal reports.

 

Included Content from v1.8.7

Changes to nKPI Reports

The Department of Health has requested modifications to several nKPI reports. The following nKPI report changes have been made.  

 

Aboriginal Health Program Key Performance Indicators changes

Indicator

Summary of Changes

PI03: Proportion of regular clients for whom an MBS Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People (MBS item 715) was claimed.

PI07: Proportion of regular clients with a chronic disease for whom a GP Management Plan (MBS item 721) was claimed.

PI14: Proportion of regular clients aged 50 and over who are immunised against influenza.

PI22: Proportion of regular clients who have had a cervical screening.

 

Aboriginal Health Program Key Performance Indicators XML file

In line with the report changes the XML file has been modified to incorporate those report changes.  

Fix: Some APCCIDs incorrectly mapped. A fix has now been applied to the XML file so that all APCCIDs are correctly mapped to the Department of Health portal reports.