The Victorian Agency for Health Information (VAHI) is a division of the Department of Health, dedicated to delivering trusted information to inform better decisions that improve the health and wellbeing of Victorians.

VAHI contributes to the Department’s ambitious system reform agenda in many ways:

  1. Analysing and sharing information across the Victorian health system to ensure services have an accurate picture of their quality and safety.
  2. Monitoring and reporting on public and private services that impact on health, wellbeing, quality and safety to stimulate and inform improvements, increase transparency and accountability, and inform the community.
  3. Collecting and analysing information about the health status of Victorians to inform policy development and planning, and to give a complete picture of health in Victoria.

For more information about VAHI, visit www.bettersafercare.vic.gov.au

About this website

This website provides the Victorian community with information about quality and safety performance of Victorian public health services.

Through this website, health services across Victoria have access to detailed and interactive quality and safety performance data about their own health service and how it compares to other health services and statewide benchmarks. Authenticated users can also explore trends, examine patient-level data and download PDFs of selected routine health service reports. To request authenticated access (for health services only), please contact portal.onboarding@vahi.vic.gov.au.