This report describes our performance from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019 in accord with objectives outlined in our Corporate Plan 2018–19 to 2021–22 and measures in the 2018–19 Health Portfolio Budget Statements.
It outlines what the AIHW has undertaken in 2018–19, presents financial statements, discusses our staffing profile and identifies plans to meet the challenges in the year ahead.
It is part of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s corporate publication series. A complete list of AIHW publications is available from the Institute’s website at www.aihw.gov.au.
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