All individual Avoidable Mortality rates

Avoidable mortality (AM) is a simple and practical population-based method of counting untimely and unnecessary deaths from diseases for which effective public health and medical interventions are available. An excess of deaths due to preventable causes should suggest shortcomings in the healthcare system that warrant further attention. Five years of data has been aggregated for all analyses to reduce year-to-year variability in deaths, and the width of confidence intervals for areas with small populations. Data are presented by calendar year (1 Jan to 31 Dec), consistent with the release of mortality data by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

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Published (Metadata Record) 15/08/2012
Last Updated 20/11/2019
Organisation Department of Health and Human Services
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Created (Data Asset) August 15, 2012, 10:00 (AEST)
Data Temporal Coverage: 01/01/1996 to 31/12/2011