We continued to apply and strengthen our capabilities to be: leaders in health and welfare data; drivers of data improvements; expert sources of value-added analysis; champions for open and accessible data and information; and trusted strategic partners.
Leaders in health and welfare data
We will engage nationally and internationally with authorities in our domain to develop, promote and deliver quality standards, systems and processes for collecting, curating and linking health and welfare data.
Drivers of data improvements
We will build on our trusted status to identify and respond to gaps and opportunities in multisource health and welfare data holdings. We will support our partners to develop and capture the data required to inform national priorities.
Expert sources of value-added analysis
We will harness and enhance our capabilities in the health and welfare domains to turn data and information into knowledge and intelligence. We will translate this evidence to provide insight into patterns, trends and outcomes, including how these compare across organisations, regions and internationally.
Champions for open and accessible data and information
We will leverage emerging technology and enhance our products and services in order to provide data and information tailored to diverse access, timeliness and quality requirements. We will support our partners in making their data accessible while protecting privacy.
Trusted strategic partners
We will foster strategic partnerships and engage collaboratively with stakeholders to deliver program-specific expertise and enable others to achieve their strategic goals.
More information about our capabilities is available in our Corporate plan.