Australian Bureau of Statistics
8570.0 - Health Care Services, 2009-10 Quality Declaration
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OTHER ALLIED HEALTH SERVICES
There were 45,545 persons engaged in the other allied health industry at the end of June 2010. Of this number 24,306 or 53.4% were registered health practitioners and other staff providing health care.
Of those providing direct health care services, 20,190 persons were employed by businesses and 4,116 persons (16.9%) were working on contract. Working proprietors and partners accounted for 6,176 or 30.6% of persons employed by businesses, while the remaining 14,014 or 69.4% were employees. Of all employees, 54.2% were permanent full-time, 28.4% were permanent part-time and the remaining 17.4% were casual/temporary.
There were 21,239 other staff engaged in the other allied health industry representing 46.6% of total employed and contracted persons.
Income and expenses
Fee for service income of $1.5b accounted for 43.9% of the total income of $3.5b generated by other allied health businesses during the 2009-10 financial year.
Other allied health businesses operating on 30 June 2010, generated an average income of $338,700 per business. Fee for service income earned per practitioner was $62,800.
Wages and salaries of $1.2b accounted for 40.2% of total industry expenditure of $3b during 2009-10.
Operating profit before tax for other allied health businesses during the 2009-10 financial year was $518.9m, representing an operating profit margin of 19.8% .
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