Performance and Data
Bureau of Health Information (BHI)
The Bureau of Health Information is a board-governed organisation that publishes independent reports about the performance of the NSW healthcare system.
The following BHI reports are pertinent to NSW Emergency Departments:
Victorian Auditor-General's Office
National Health Performance Authority (NHPA)
- Hospital Performance: Costs of Acute Admitted Patients in Public Hospitals in 2011-2012
- Hospital Performance: Time patients spent in emergency departments in 2012 - 2013
- Hosptial Performance: Time patients spent in emergency departments in 2011 - 2012
Healthcare in NSW: in context
BHI has developed a handy new guide to the NSW healthcare system. In Context is a useful overview of how the people of NSW use healthcare service.
Emergency Department Waiting Times
A search tool to find out how long you or a patient can expect to wait for treatment at participating hospitals
- Insights from the Data - Lilian Daly, Lead Analyst, Bureau of Health Information at the ECI ED Nursing Leadership Forum 19 May 2017
- BHI - what the data tells us about care in NSW EDs - Dr Jean-Frederic Levesque, Chief Executive, Bureau of Health Information at the ECI ED Nursing Leadership Forum 27 May 2016
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
Australian hosptial statistics: national emergency access and elective surgery targets
Australian hospital statistics: emergency department care
These annual reports present information relating to emergency department care in major public hospitals and public hospital elective surgery waiting times.
Australian hospital statistics 2011-12: other
Australian Medical Association
NSW Health Annual Data Report: 2014
Health Statistics NSW
Health Statistics NSW is an interactive, web-based application that allows users to access data and tailor reports about the health of the New South Wales population for their own use.