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This table presents cost bucket level cost data from Round 20 of the National Hospital Cost Data Collection (NHCDC) for all end classes identified in the Australian National Sub and Non-Acute Patients (AN-SNAP) classification.
National Hospital Cost Data Collection, Data Request Specifications v1.0, Round 22, (Financial Year 2017-18)16 October 2018
The National Hospital Cost Data Collection (NHCDC) Data Request Specifications (DRS) list the data elements to be submitted to IHPA and include the validation rules which will be applied to the data on submission.
IHPA requires accurate activity, cost and expenditure data from jurisdictions on a timely basis in order to perform its core determinative functions. This data plan sets out IHPA's sixth rolling Three Year Data Plan, covering the period 2018-19 to 2020-21.
National Hospital Cost Data Collection, Public Hospitals Cost Report, Round 20 (Financial year 2015-16)7 March 2018
This NHCDC Australian Public Hospitals Cost report includes the result of participation across the various jurisdictions. The report investigates a number of specific questions relating to hospital costs for admitted, non-admitted and emergency department services. The report includes jurisdiction level data and the national cost weight tables.
National Hospital Cost Data Collection, Private Hospital Cost Report, Round 20 (Financial year 2015-16)13 February 2018
The private sector National Hospital Cost Data Collection (NHCDC) is a voluntary collection that produces a range of hospital cost and activity information by the Australian Refined Diagnosis Related Groups (AR-DRG). This report includes the findings from Round 20 (financial year 2015-16) of the NHCDC for acute admitted care provided by overnight private hospitals.
National Hospital Cost Data Collection, Independent Financial Review, Round 20 (Financial year 2015-16)17 January 2018
The National Hospital Cost Data Collection (NHCDC) is the primary data collection that the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority (IHPA) relies on to calculate the National Efficient Price used for the funding of public hospital services. To ensure that the quality of NHCDC data is robust and fit-for-purpose, IHPA commissions an independent financial review to assess whether all participating hospitals have included appropriate costs and patient activity.