Victorian Health Services Performance data aims to provide Victorians with an accurate picture about the performance of health services in their local area. The website provides greater transparency and a better understanding of Victoria’s public hospital, health service and ambulance service performance.
The data is accessible via the VAHI portal, allowing the public to search and view reports on patients treated, emergency care, elective surgery, mental health, specialist clinics, dental care, ambulance services, and quality, safety and patient experience.
VAHI updates the VAHI portal with Victorian Health Services Performance data every quarter.
Other VAHI public reporting
Patient experience of care
VAHI has an objective to provide Victorians with an accurate picture of health services in their area. The agency’s first public report Adult experiences of care in public hospitals – 2016 was released in February 2018. The report includes information on different aspects of patient experiences and is based on responses from the Victorian Healthcare Experience Survey.
VAHI will sometimes be required to carry out specialist investigations when a specific issue has been found in the health system.
VAHI published findings from an independent review into elective surgery waiting lists after an administrative error was identified in 2016. The findings are available at Elective surgery waiting lists: a rapid review to ensure full transparency.
Page last updated: 11 Dec 2020