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Posted on 22 Nov 2023

We are almost ready to launch

The long awaited Victorian Cardiovascular Dashboard (VCD) will provide a sector wide view of important safety and quality metrics for cardiac and stroke care provided across Victoria. It will draw on multiple data sources to provide regular risk adjusted data, where applicable, to allow for monitoring, tracking improvements and benchmarking health system performance across the state.

In addition to providing a statewide view, the dashboard will aim to provide clinicians with key quality and safety metrics for their health services in a timely fashion. This will help services to continuously monitor their performance and will provide risk adjusted comparisons with aggregated statewide performance data. Performance metrics will facilitate health service driven improvement activities.

This is a significant collaborative effort between Safer Care Victoria, Victorian Agency for Health Information (VAHI), and our clinician partners. Health services are encouraged to promote the dashboard through their internal networks and to register to access VAHI's data portal before the launch on 14 February 2024.

Intended Audience 

  • Clinicians working in the Victorian cardiovascular health sector  
  • Cardiovascular Learning Health Network Advisory and Data Group members 
  • Executives and program teams responsible for the Cardiovascular Learning Health Network (LHN), system safety monitoring and improvement
  • Health service executives/safety and quality units 
  • VAHI
  • Department of Health (DH)

How to access to the dashboard

Access will be available from 14 February 2024 via the VAHI data portal

If you are a new user, please contact Cardiovascular LHN for onboarding instructions, to register and to identify your health services delegate for data access approvals.

Current users of the VAHI portal will have access to the VCD from 14 February 2024 via

What next?

Learn more about the Victorian Cardiovascular Dashboard at the Cardiovascular Summit on the 14 February 2024. We recommend establishing access to the VAHI Data portal before this event. Registrations are now open.

Register now

For any questions, please email us at