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On 13 March 2020, the Commonwealth and all state and territory governments signed the National Partnership on COVID-19 Response, in order to provide financial assistance for the additional costs incurred by health services in responding to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak.
This document guides costing practitioners on the steps to capturing end-to-end COVID-19 activity and expenses under the National Partnership Agreement (NPA). It identifies the principles to be applied, the scope of activity and costs to be funded, cost allocation methods and NPA specific cost centres for cost allocation. This document also introduces two new non-patient products and provides information on how to create and map intermediate products.
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 Australian Hospital Patient Costing Standards (AHPCS) provide direction for hospital patient costing through the development of standards for specific elements of the costing process and reporting requirements.
The AHPCS Version 4.0 was developed through extensive consultation with jurisdictions and stakeholders. The AHPCS Version 4.0 comprises:
IHPA has developed a robust set of standard costs for the revised List of standard items associated with conducting clinical trials in Australia.
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