Appendix

Figure 8: Crude Psychiatrist Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Figure 8: Crude Psychiatrist Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Source: http://mhsa.aihw.gov.au/downloads/data-downloads/

 

Figure 9: Crude General Practitioner Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Figure 9: Crude General Practitioner Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Source: http://mhsa.aihw.gov.au/downloads/data-downloads/

 

 

Figure 10: Crude Clinical psychologist Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Figure 10: Crude Clinical psychologist Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Source: http://mhsa.aihw.gov.au/downloads/data-downloads/

 

Figure 11: Crude Other psychologist Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Figure 11: Crude Other psychologist Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Source: http://mhsa.aihw.gov.au/downloads/data-downloads/

 

 

Figure 12: Crude other allied health Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

 

Figure 12: Crude other allied health Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Source: http://mhsa.aihw.gov.au/downloads/data-downloads/

 

Figure 13: Crude “All Providers” Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Figure 13: Crude “All Providers” Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services per 1,000 population, by Remoteness area, 2007–08 to 2015–16

Source: http://mhsa.aihw.gov.au/downloads/data-downloads/

 

 

Table 15: Change in ratio of  Medicare-subsidised mental health-related services provision rate, by provider type, by remoteness, 2007-8 compared with 2015–16

Major cities compared with Inner regional areas

 

 MC/IR
(07-08)

 MC/IR
(15-16)

 MC-IR
(07-08)

 MC-IR
(15-16)

Psychiatrists

1.9

1.6

55

44

General practitioners

1.0

1.0

-2

-6

Clinical psychologists

1.5

1.3

13

24

Other psychologists

1.1

1.0

3

-3

Other allied health providers

1.0

0.7

0

-6

All providers(d)

1.3

1.1

69

53

 

Major cities compared with Outer regional areas

 

 MC/OR (07-08)

 MC/OR (15-16)

 MC-OR (07-08)

 MC-OR (15-16)

Psychiatrists

4.5

2.6

89

71

General practitioners

1.5

1.3

21

28

Clinical psychologists

3.6

2.4

26

56

Other psychologists

2.0

1.6

32

43

Other allied health providers

1.5

1.0

2

0

All providers(d)

2.5

1.7

170

198

 

Major cities compared with Remote areas

 

MC/R
(07-08)

MC/R
(15-16)

MC-R
(07-08)

MC-R
(15-16)

Psychiatrists

7.9

4.7

100

91

General practitioners

2.8

2.5

40

83

Clinical psychologists

6.0

5.5

31

79

Other psychologists

5.2

4.4

52

90

Other allied health providers

7.9

2.9

4

9

All providers(d)

5.1

3.7

227

352

 

Major cities compared with Very remote areas

 

 MC/VR (07-08)

 MC/VR (15-16)

 MC-VR (07-08)

 MC-VR (15-16)

Psychiatrists

11

7

104

98

General practitioners

5

5

51

111

Clinical psychologists

13

11

34

88

Other psychologists

10

8

57

102

Other allied health providers

21

5

5

11

All providers(d)

9

7

250

409

Source: NRHA derived from http://mhsa.aihw.gov.au/downloads/data-downloads/

Note: Red shading indicates an increase in the absolute difference between Major cities rates and local rates. For example, while the service provision rate for clinical psychologists decreased from 13 to 11 times higher in Major cities compared with Very remote areas between 2007-08 and 2015-16, the absolute difference of 34 services in 2007-08 to 88 services in 2015-16 (increasing from 37 to 97 services/1,000 population in Major cities, and from 2.9 to 8.9 services per 1,000 pop in Very remote areas).