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BHI has released the latest issue of Hospital Quarterly which looks at activity and performance in NSW public hospitals for the October to December 2014 period.

Information on emergency departments, admitted patients and elective surgery is available at a state, local health district, hospital peer group and individual hospital level (for more than 80 NSW public hospitals).

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Hospital Quarterly

Hospital Quarterly: Activity and performance in NSW public hospitals

Hospital Quarterly tracks services provided in NSW public hospitals and the timeliness with which they are delivered. The report is structured around activity measures and performance measures.


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Patient Perspectives: Exploring aspects of integration for hospital patients

Patient Perspectives: Exploring aspects of integration for hospital patients

This first-of-its-kind report summarises key findings from the Adult Admitted Patient Survey and explores over 35,000 hospital patients’ responses to questions relevant to integrated care.


Emergency department utilisation by NSW people diagnosed with cancer

The Insights Series: Emergency department utilisation by people with cancer

This first-of-its-kind report brings together information about how people with cancer use hospital emergency departments in NSW.


Strategic Plan 2015 – 2019

Strategic Plan 2015 – 2019

BHI’s Strategic Plan outlines our strategic directions and focus areas for 2015 – 2019.


Year in review 2013/2014

Year in review

Year in review highlights BHI’s activities and achievements for the 2013/2014 financial year.

 

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