Healthcare Observer lets you explore, analyse and download information about the performance of the NSW healthcare system.
Access BHI’s latest data releases by clicking on the icons below:
Data for Hospital Quarterly January to March 2016 is now available
Hospital Quarterly provides information about the services provided in NSW public hospitals and the timeliness with which they are delivered.
Data for the Emergency Department Patient Survey 2014–15 is now available
The NSW Patient Survey Program asks people across NSW about their experiences with the NSW healthcare system. Surveys ask patients to provide feedback on different aspects of their care — such as access and timeliness, the physical environment, communication and information, and whether they were treated with respect and dignity.
The Emergency Department Patient Survey looks at the experiences of more than 18,000 patients in NSW public hospital emergency departments.
The Adult Admitted Patient Survey looks at the experiences of more than 35,000 patients who were admitted to a NSW public hospital.
The Outpatient Survey examines the experiences of more than 17,000 people who received outpatient services in a NSW public hospital.
The Admitted Children and Young Patients Survey looks at the experiences of over 8,000 children and young people who were admitted to a NSW public hospital.
Click on the icons below to view results. You will then be able to find data for each survey by topic for NSW as a whole, or broken down by local health district.
Data from Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey 2014 are now available
The Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey asks people from around the world about health care access, costs, and quality.
Results from the survey allow NSW’s healthcare system performance to be compared with Australia and 10 other countries.
Click on the icons below to view NSW’s results by survey year.