Home Care Providers in Queensland: Exploratory Data Analysis Using My Aged Care Platform
My (Michelle) Tran and
Australian Economic Review, 2020, vol. 53, issue 4, 598-604
The My Aged Care website, established by the Australian Government, is the starting point for aged care consumers and carers to find information on aged care providers. Using information published on this platform, we compile a unique dataset of 588 approved home care providers in Queensland. This article presents a brief introduction to this dataset, including how they are extracted and what variables are available. We propose some current and future applications of this data with a focus on how it can contribute to evidence‐based policymaking in Australia.
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