Health services in the city and the bush: measures of access and use derived from linked administrative data. Occasional Papers New Series Number 13
This paper evolved from a collaborative data-linking project between the Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care and the Health Department of Western Australia. The aim of the project was to create a linked resource from three administrative data sets which record services provided to state hospital inpatients as well as under the Medical and Pharmaceutical Benefits Schemes (MBS and PBS). A series of analyses was then undertaken based on the linked data set examining a number of health conditions for various geographically defined population groups.
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