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Victorian Health Information Surveillance System (VHISS)

 

The Victorian Health Information Surveillance System (VHISS) is an interactive website displaying selected public health indicators. Three interactive components are available on VHISS: Burden of Disease, Avoidable Mortality and Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions. The data are standardised to monitor trends over time.
 

Users can generate tables and graphs containing data for the state of Victoria, or specific areas within the state including:
  • Metropolitan / Rural
  • Regions
  • Primary Care Partnerships (PCPs)
  • Local Government Areas (LGAs)

In the ACSC and AM reports, data can also be reported by two indexes:
  • Index of Socioeconomic Disadvantage (IRSED)
  • Accessibility and Remoteness Index of Australia (ARIA)
 

Use the links on the left-hand side of this page to navigate through the VHISS site.


This website has been optimized for use in Internet Explorer, and not all of its features are compatible with other browsers.

 

Last updated: 12 October, 2017
This web site is managed and authorised by the System Intelligence & Analytics Branch, Strategy & Planning Division of the Victorian State Government, Department of Health and Human Services, Australia