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This document provides background to the development of the new classification, explains the data elements and collection protocols, reporting requirements, and how the data is grouped.
This document provides an overview of the content of the ATTC Version 1.0 including the scope, structure and relevant activities.
Hospital Teaching, Training and Research Activities National Best Endeavours Data Set 2018-19 Technical Specifications for reporting5 July 2018
This document outlines the reporting requirements for the provision of data against the HTTRA NBEDS 2018-19 by state and territory health departments, including:
The objective of the IHPA Impact of New Health Technology Framework (the Framework) is to outline the process by which IHPA, through the CAC, will monitor and review the impact of new health technologies on the existing classifications in order to accurately account for them in the pricing of public hospital services.
In consultation with the CAC, IHPA will:
The purpose of the Framework is to guide the timely, equitable and transparent processes by which IHPA investigates both cross-border and cost-shifting disputes following a request by a Health Minister.
A jurisdiction may request IHPA to consider any legitimate and unavoidable costs in the delivery of public hospital services. The purpose of this Framework is to assist jurisdictions in making submissions to IHPA on this issue, to layout the process which IHPA will follow in assessing submissions, and the process to determine adjustments to the NEP.
The purpose of this costing study was to undertake an analysis of CALD patients to inform a policy decision for whether an adjustment is warranted to the National Efficient Price for CALD patients.
IHPA has developed a robust set of standard costs for the revised List of standard items associated with conducting clinical trials in Australia.
The purpose of this report is to review the costs of providing care to Indigenous patients accessing public hospital services. This work was commissioned in response to stakeholder concerns that the national activity based funding system does not adequately reflect Indigenous patient costs.
Home Enteral Nutrition, Home Total Parenteral Nutrition and Home Ventilation Services Costing Study Report16 January 2015
The Costing study on Home Enteral Nutrition, Home Total Parenteral Nutrition and Home Ventilation Services was undertaken in 2014. The purpose of the study was to review the costs associated with the delivery of public hospital services to patients receiving home enteral nutrition, home total parenteral nutrition and home ventilation services. The study include a literature review, stakeholder consultation and costing the respective services based on data collected from the jurisdictions.