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Health expenditure in Australia in 2008-09 reached $112.8 billion, an increase of $9.2 billion since 2007-08.
The area of health expenditure with the largest increase was public hospital services, which accounted for over one-quarter of the total increase in 2008-09.
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Comprehensive statistical information on residential aged care facilities and services, their residents, admissions and separations, and residents' dependency levels.
At 30 June 2009, there were over 178,000 residential aged care places, an increase of 1.6% compared with 30 June 2008. Almost 82,000 permanent residents...
Residential aged care in Australia 2008-09 provides comprehensive statistical information on residential aged care facilities and services, their residents, admissions and separations, and residents' dependency levels.
At 30 June 2009, there were over 178,000 residential aged care places, an increase of 1.6% compared with...
This report provides a comprehensive picture of national statistics on cancer using a range of resources, presenting the latest available data and trends over time.
This is a joint report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) and the state and territory...
This report presents the latest data on adoptions by Australian families, and highlights important national trends in adoptions over the last few decades.
Data for this report were obtained from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) Adoptions Australia data collection. This data...
Using data from the three most recent National Drug Household Surveys, this report to look at trends in alcohol consumption, alcohol-related harm, alcohol beverage of choice, and under-age drinking.
Using the 2007 data, the report also explores factors that are associated with short-term risky...
Estimating the potential years of life lost to describe mortality patterns for deaths due to chronic disease this bulletin shows that most premature deaths were due to chronic disease.
The leading cause of premature mortality among females was breast cancer and among males it...
This bulletin is the first in a series about health of Australians with disability. It examines how health problems affect health status of people with disability in Australia with a focus on prevalence and age at onset of some significant long term health conditions and...
In 2008, 292,156 women gave birth to 296,925 babies in Australia. The increase in births continued, with 2,720 more births (0.9%) than reported in 2007.
This is the second year that the rate of caesarean section has not significantly increased with a 0.2% rise...
There is considerable variation in the type and extent of health services used and actions taken to manage the three conditions associated with arthritis and osteoporosis.
While the management of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis is primarily focused on reducing pain and slowing down disease...