The Victorian Agency for Health Information reports on the performance of Victoria's healthcare providers to support better, safer care.

Adult experiences of care in public hospitals - 2016

Adult experiences of care in public hospitals – 2016 is compiled from over 30,000 Victorian Healthcare Experience Survey questionnaires completed by patients who were admitted to a Victorian public hospital in 2016 as same-day patients or for one or more nights. The report contains statewide and service level results for the overall rating of care, aspects of care, discharge experience and the discharge experience index.

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Adult experiences of care in public hospitals - 2016 - Technical supplement

Adult experiences of care in public hospitals – 2016: technical supplement provides additional technical information to help health services, researchers and the Victorian community better understand the methodologies used in analysing results from the Victorian Healthcare Experience Survey, and how the results contained in the report Adult experiences of care in public hospitals – 2016 were calculated.

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Victorian Agency for Health Information Corporate plan: 2017–18

The Victorian Agency for Health Information has released its inaugural corporate, detailing its vision, mission and values, and the context for its work. The plan also outlines the Agency's six strategic objectives and its initiatives for the coming year.

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Elective surgery waiting lists: a rapid review to ensure full transparency (July 2017)

Between January and May 2017, under the direction of the newly established Victorian Agency for Health Information, PricewaterhouseCoopers conducted an independent review of all health services reporting elective surgery waiting list data to the Department of Health and Human Services.

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