This sixth national report provides an overview of 269 Australian Government-funded organisations that aim to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It presents findings from the 2013-14 Online Services Report data collection, including the health services and activities provided by these organisations, staffing levels and client numbers, as well as health service gaps and challenges faced by the communities they serve.

In 2013-14, most (79%) of these organisations delivered health services through 1 site, with the remaining having 2 or more delivery sites. Sixty-two per cent of organisations were Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations, 14% were other non-government organisations and 24% were government-run organisations. Three-quarters (76%) of organisations were accredited against either the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners or organisational standards. This was higher than in 2012-13 (70%).