Australian adults report their experiences of more than 20 aspects of health and care in the latest web update from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). Information from 2013–14 to 2018–19 is presented by Primary Health Network areas across Australia, on topics including self-reported health status, use of health services and cost barriers to accessing services.
More than 20 self-reported measures are included, such as information on health status, how many times people visited GPs, if they saw a dentist or other health practitioner, whether their GP listened to them and if they delayed filling a prescription due to cost.
- AIHW: Patient experiences in Australia by small geographic areas in 2018–19. 11 Nov 2020