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The Pricing Framework for Australian Public Hospital Services 2020-21 (the Pricing Framework) is the key strategic document underpinning the National Efficient Price (NEP) and National Efficient Cost (NEC) Determinations for the financial year 2020-21.
IHPA has issued the Pricing Framework prior to releasing the NEP20 and NEC20 Determinations, which will be publicly available in March 2020, with the intention of providing an additional layer of transparency and accountability.
This report was prepared in accordance with the requirements of the National Health Reform Act 2011 and section 46 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013. The report includes IHPA's audited Financial Statements, as required by section 42 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act.
As prescribed in Section 225 of the National Health Reform Act 2011, the objectives of the IHPA Work Program are to:
The IHPA Annual Report for 2015-16 was tabled on 17 October 2016.
The Financial Statements in in the Financial Management section cannot be reproduced in an accessible format. If you need help accessing financial information from the report, please contact IHPA.
This document provides information for clinicians to enable them to assess phases accurately when applying the new concept of mental health phase of care.
As prescribed in Section 225 of the National Health Reform Act 2011 (the Act), the objectives of the IHPA Work Program are to:
- set out IHPA’s work program for the coming year; and
- invite interested persons (including states and territories) to make submissions to the Pricing Authority about the work program up to 30 days after publication.
An extract of Section 225 of the Act is attached at Appendix 1
This document describes the Australian Mental Health Care Classification and the process IHPA has undertaken to develop the new classification.
The Pricing Framework 2016-17 builds on the Pricing Frameworks from previous years (2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16). For simplicity, where IHPA has reaffirmed a previous principle, the supporting argument has not been restated in this year’s paper.
The Mental Health Costing Study aims to produce a robust consumer level data set that is representative of mental health services provided in Australia.
The PDF documents under this section may not be accessible. If you need assistance please contact IHPA using the enquiries.ihpa [at] ihpa.gov.au (IHPA enquiries) mailbox.