HealthEdata is available via annual subscription or can be purchased by individual download. There are three subscription levels available, depending on the number of downloads a client may require. Option A provides 50 ’downloads’ (a set of data defined below). Option B provides 100 downloads and Option C provides 150 downloads. You can choose to upgrade your subscription during the 12 month period up to Option C. The upgrade price will be equal to the cost of the option selected less the cost of your original subscription. Additional ‘add-ons’ of 50 downloads over and above subscription C can be purchased using the "Plus +" option.
Prices (inclusive of GST) for options A, B and C are $2,200, $4,180 and $5,940 respectively. Each Plus + option costs an additional $1,540 over and above subscription C. For example, Option C plus one add-on for 200 downloads costs a total of $7,480. Option C plus two add-ons for 250 downloads costs a total of $9,020.
An individual download can be purchased for $400 per single download.
An annual subscription expires 12 months from the first subscription purchase. For example, if a subscriber purchases levels A, B or C on 1 January 2013, the subscription would expire on 31 December 2013, despite the number of upgrades or add-ons the client may purchase during the 12 month period.
If a subscription expires and there are still a number of downloads remaining on the subscription, these downloads are not carried over to the next period.
A subscriber would receive a renewal invoice towards the end of their annual subscription, which would be for the level of subscription they last purchased in the subscription period. For example, if a subscriber last upgraded to Option B during their annual subscription, then the renewal invoice would also be for Option B. A subscriber can choose to renew the subscription option listed on the renewal invoice or can choose to renew at another level. A subscriber can only downgrade their subscription on its expiry date.
Subscribers can use the information they download for their own analysis and business purposes but, under the terms and conditions, cannot pass on the reports downloaded in their entirety.
A ‘download’ is defined as a Microsoft Excel report which is generated based on 1 health condition, 1 jurisdiction (or Australia), 1 catchment area (e.g. electorates within a jurisdiction) and 1 prevalence/incidence selection.
• Up to 10 years of data can be contained within 1 download.
• Each jurisdictional map is defined as 1 download. Note that if a jurisdiction is selected, 2 maps are produced (State and Metro view) but will only count as one download as the Metro view is a microcosm to assist readability of the map.
• Overlays (of services or workforce) count as 1 download each and will be overlayed on each map.
The receipt of the download is subject to internal confirmation of your eligibility to receive the service.