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Address

428657 | Object Class
A collection of information used for describing the location of an entity and/or details describing how the entity can be contacted.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Early Childhood, Health, Tasmanian Health, Housing assistance, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, WA Health, Indigenous, Homelessness, Commonwealth Department of Health, Disability, Children and Families, Commonwealth Department of Social Services (retired), Youth Justice
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)
Recorded: Australian Teacher Workforce Data Oversight Board

Administrative health region

288313 | Object Class
The administrative unit with responsibility for administering health services in a region, area, district or zone, and for developing and implementing strategic and other plans for health service delivery.
Standard: Health
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Admitted patient

268957 | Object Class
A patient who undergoes a hospital's admission process to receive treatment and/or care. This treatment and/or care is provided over a period of time and can occur in hospital and/or in the person's home (for hospital-in-the-home patients). The patient may be admitted if one or more of the following apply: the patient's condition requires clinical management and/or facilities not available in their usual residential environment the patient requires observation in order to be assessed or diagn...
Standard: Health

Admitted patient care waiting list episode

269012 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The period between entry to and removal from a waiting list for admitted patient care.
Standard: Health

Admitted patient hospital stay

268995 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
The period of treatment and/or care and/or accommodation provided between a formal hospital admission and separation.
Standard: Health

Adoption

470086 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A legal process by which a person legally becomes a child of the adoptive parent(s) and legally ceases to be a child of his/her existing parent(s).
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adoptive family

468184 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The family into which a person is adopted.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adult

269001 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
An individual aged 18 years or older.
Standard: Health
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Allied health clinical support activity

705497 | Object Class | Allied Health Professions Australia
Any activity performed by an allied health service provider which supports allied health clinical care.
Standard: Health

Allied health non-individual patient attributable activity

705535 | Object Class | Allied Health Professions Australia
Any clinical care activity performed by an allied health service provider that contributes to clinical care but cannot be assigned to an individual patient.
Standard: Health

Allied health service event

705467 | Object Class | Allied Health Professions Australia
A specific encounter between a person and an allied health service provider.
Standard: Health

Appointment

496875 | Object Class
An agreed date and time that is reserved for the provision of scheduled or unscheduled health services to a person or group of persons.
Standard: WA Health

Available bed

373634 | Object Class
A suitably located and equipped bed chair, trolley or cot where the necessary financial and human resources are provided for admitted patient care.
Standard: Health

Biospecimen sample

441136 | Object Class
Samples of material, such as urine, blood, tissue, cells, DNA, RNA, and protein from humans, animals, or plants. Biospecimens are stored in a biorepository and are used for laboratory research. If the samples are from humans, medical information may also be stored along with a written consent to use the samples and sample information in research studies.
Recorded: Health

Birth

268999 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The complete expulsion or extraction from its mother of a product of conception of at least 20 weeks of gestation or of 400 grams or more birthweight, where the product can be live born or stillborn.
Standard: Health, Indigenous, Tasmanian Health

Birth event

268965 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sequence of actions by which a baby and the afterbirth (placenta) are expelled or extracted from the uterus at childbirth. The process usually starts spontaneously about 280 days after conception with onset of labour, but it may be started by artificial means.
Superseded: Health
Standard: Indigenous

Birth event

684797 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sequence of actions by which a baby and the placenta are expelled or extracted from the female's uterus at childbirth. The process usually starts spontaneously about 280 days after conception with onset of labour, but it may be started by artificial means. The process ends upon complete expulsion or extraction of the baby and the placenta.
Standard: Health

Birth mother

468484 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The biological mother of a child.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Building

268992 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
A substantial man made structure with a roof and walls, as a shed, house, department store etc.
Retired: Housing assistance

Cancer staging

313434 | Object Class
System of determining the extent or stage of cancer.
Standard: Health

Cancer treatment

559305 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The course of cancer-directed treatment or treatments, with defined dates of commencement and cessation, given to the patient by a treatment provider or team of providers. This may include cancer-directed surgical treatment, radiation therapy and systemic agent therapy for cancer. It applies to the primary course of cancer treatment, treatment administered to the patient in response to disease progression or treatment administered to the patient in response to disease recurrence.
Standard: Health

Cancer treatment

450287 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The course of cancer directed treatment or treatments, with defined dates of commencement and cessation, given to the patient by a treatment provider or team of providers during a course of cancer treatment.
Recorded: Health

Cancer treatment

288059 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The course of cancer directed treatment or treatments, with defined dates of commencement and cessation, given to the patient by a treatment provider or team of providers. It includes all treatments administered to the patient before disease progression or recurrence and applies to surgical treatment, radiation therapy and systemic agent therapy for cancer.
Superseded: Health

Carer household

531758 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A ‘carer household’ is a private household containing one or more carers: who have undergone the relevant screening/selection and approval process; and; who have received authorisation from the relevant department or agency to enable a child to be placed in their care, including carers who have received provisional authorisation; and for whom reimbursement is available from a government authority or non-government organisation for expenses incurred in caring for the child; and who are part ...
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Centrelink income unit

287067 | Object Class | Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
An income unit is the base unit that is used to calculate a Commonwealth Rent Assistance (CRA) entitlement amount. It consists of a person and: (a) any other person treated as their current partner under the Social Security Act 1991 (b) any other person for whom either them, or their partner, receives Family Tax Benefit.
Standard: Housing assistance

Child

268987 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
An individual under the age of 18 years.
Standard: Health, Community Services (retired), Housing assistance, Early Childhood, Homelessness, Indigenous, Children and Families

Child protection notification

314464 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A report made to an authorised department by persons or other bodies about an allegation of child abuse or neglect, child maltreatment or harm to a child.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Child protection substantiation

741600 | Object Class
An instance where an investigation has concluded there is reasonable cause to believe that a child has been, was being, or is likely to be abused or neglected or otherwise harmed.
Standard: Children and Families

Client

268969 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A person, group or organisation eligible to receive services either directly or indirectly from an agency.
Superseded: Health, Housing assistance, Homelessness, Indigenous, Disability
Standard: Community Services (retired)

Client

641397 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A person, group or organisation eligible to receive services either directly or indirectly from an agency.
Standard: Disability, Health, Indigenous, Housing assistance, Homelessness

Clinic

498052 | Object Class
An organisational unit or organisational arrangement through which a hospital provides outpatient clinic services.
Standard: WA Health

Collection occasion

733352 | Object Class
An occasion during an service episode when the required dataset is to be collected in accordance with a standard protocol.
Recorded: Health

Commonwealth State Housing Agreement community housing provider

268993 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Providers that: receive funding (capital and/or recurrent) either fully or partly through the Commonwealth State Housing Agreement; are not-for-profit organisations; and provide medium to long term housing tenure to tenants.
Superseded: Housing assistance

Community housing provider

292033 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
A not-for-profit organisation that provides safe, secure, affordable and appropriate rental housing.
Superseded: Housing assistance

Community nursing service episode

268998 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
A period of time during which a person receives care from a community nursing service.
Standard: Health

Community service episode

268962 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A period of time during which a client receives assistance from an agency.
Retired: Community Services (retired)

Community service event

268963 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An instance or occasion of assistance received by a client from an agency.
Retired: Community Services (retired)

Community services agency

268954 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An organisation or organisational sub-unit that is responsible for the provision of community services to clients.
Retired: Community Services (retired)

Contracted hospital care

268981 | Object Class
Contracted hospital care is provided to a patient under an agreement between a purchaser of hospital care (contracting hospital or external purchaser) and a provider of an admitted or non-admitted service (contracted hospital).
Standard: Health
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Correspondence

321442 | Object Class
A form of written or electronic communication.
Standard: Health

Course of study

758167 | Object Class
An integrated course prepared for academic studies, often leading to a qualification.
Recorded: Australian Teacher Workforce Data Oversight Board

Data extract

759612 | Object Class
Data extracted from an information system.
Recorded: Australian Teacher Workforce Data Oversight Board

Date

294409 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The day of the month and year as specified by a number.
Standard: Health, Community Services (retired), Housing assistance, Early Childhood, Homelessness, Disability, Children and Families

Detention period

537116 | Object Class
A period of time in custody or confinement.
Standard: Youth Justice

Diagnosis

493314 | Object Class
The identification of a condition, disease or injury following an evaluation of the symptoms and signs presented by a patient.
Standard: WA Health

Discrete Indigenous community

268994 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
A discrete Indigenous community refers to a geographic location, bounded by physical or cadastral (legal) boundaries, and inhabited or intended to be inhabited by predominantly Indigenous people, with housing or infrastructure that is either owned or managed on a community basis. Discrete communities include: communities in urban areas where the title to a parcel of land has been transferred to an Indigenous organisation, for example, communities on former mission or reserve land in New South W...
Standard: Housing assistance, Indigenous

Division of general practice

268989 | Object Class | Cardiovascular data working group
A geographically based network of general practitioners.
Standard: Health

Dwelling

268982 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
A structure or a discrete space within a structure intended for people to live in or where a person or group of people live. Thus a structure that people actually live in is a dwelling regardless of its intended purpose, but a vacant structure is only a dwelling if intended for human residence. A dwelling may include one or more rooms used as an office or workshop provided the dwelling is in residential use.
Standard: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Housing assistance

Dwelling

662863 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A structure or a discrete space within a structure intended for people to live in or where a person or group of people live.
Standard: Housing assistance

Education provider

758264 | Object Class
An organisation that administers or delivers education programs.
Recorded: Australian Teacher Workforce Data Oversight Board

Elective care waiting list episode

268974 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
The period between entry to and removal from an elective care waiting list.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health

Elective surgery waiting list episode

269007 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
The period between entry to and removal from an elective surgery waiting list.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Electrocardiogram

359999 | Object Class
A means of studying the activity of the heart from electrical signals.
Standard: Health

Emergency department stay

472757 | Object Class | Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing
The period between when a patient presents at an emergency department and when that person is recorded as having physically departed the emergency department.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Emergency department stay

322591 | Object Class | Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing
The period between when a patient presents at an emergency department and when that person departs.
Superseded: Health

Emergency service stay

745186 | Object Class
The period between when a patient presents at an emergency service and when that person is recorded as having physically departed the emergency service.
Standard: Health

Emergency service stay

646336 | Object Class | Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
The period between when a patient presents at an emergency service and when that person is recorded as having physically departed the emergency service.
Superseded: Health

Entity

429110 | Object Class
An individual, association, or other legal or administrative unit treated as a discrete and particular unit.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Health

Episode of admitted patient care

268956 | Object Class
The period of admitted patient care between a formal or statistical admission and a formal or statistical separation, characterised by only one care type.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Episode of care

268978 | Object Class
A period of health care with a defined start and end.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Indigenous
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Episode of community based palliative care

287732 | Object Class | Palliative Care Intergovernmental Forum
The period of time between the start and cessation of community based palliative care, during which a patient with a life-limiting illness and/or their carer(s)/family/friends receives services in a community-based setting from a specific agency to improve their quality of life.
Recorded: Health

Episode of intensive care

319173 | Object Class
A period of admitted patient care within an intensive care unit with a defined episode start and episode end.
Recorded: Health

Episode of mental health care

722722 | Object Class | Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
The period of mental health care between the formal or statistical commencement of care (such as an admission) and a formal or statistical completion of care (such as a separation) characterised by the mental health care type.
Standard: Health

Episode of mental health care

617304 | Object Class | Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
The period of mental health care between the formal or statistical commencement of care (such as an admission) and a formal or statistical completion of care (such as a separation) characterised by the mental health care type.
Superseded: Independent Hospital Pricing Authority

Episode of mental health care

653674 | Object Class | Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
The period of mental health care between the formal or statistical commencement of care (such as an admission) and a formal or statistical completion of care (such as a separation) characterised by the mental health care type.
Superseded: Health

Episode of residential care

723170 | Object Class
The period of care between the start of residential care (either through the formal start of the residential stay or the start of a new reference period) and the end of the residential care (either through the formal end of residential care or the end of the reference period, i.e. 30 June).
Standard: Health

Episode of residential care

533521 | Object Class
The period of care between the start of residential care (either through the formal start of the residential stay or the start of a new reference period) and the end of the residential care (either through the formal end of residential care or the end of the reference period, i.e. 30 June).
Superseded: Health
Standard: Indigenous

Episode of residential care

268968 | Object Class
The period of care between the start of residential care (either through the formal start of the residential stay or the start of new reference period) and the end of the residential care (either through the formal end of residential care, commencement of leave intended to be greater than seven days or the end of the reference period i.e. 30 June).
Superseded: Health

Episode of residential care

376433 | Object Class
The period of care between the start of residential care (either through the formal start of the residential stay or the start of a new reference period) and the end of the residential care (either through the formal end of residential care or the end of the reference period, i.e. 30 June).
Superseded: Health

Episode of treatment for alcohol and other drugs

268961 | Object Class | Intergovernmental Committee on Drugs National Minimum Data Set - Working Group
The period of contact, with defined dates of commencement and cessation, between a client and a treatment provider or team of providers in which there is no change in the main treatment type or the principal drug of concern, and there has not been a non-planned absence of contact for greater than three months.
Standard: Health

Establishment

268953 | Object Class
Institutions, organisations or the community from which health services are provided. The term establishment covers conventional health establishments and also organisations which may provide services in the community.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, WA Health
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Establishment (prison)

403321 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A legally proclaimed prison or remand centre which holds adult prisoners, excluding police prisons or juvenile detention facilities.
Superseded: Health

Female

269000 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
A human being of the sex which conceives and brings forth young.
Standard: Health, Community Services (retired), Indigenous, Tasmanian Health

Functional stress test

358931 | Object Class
A test performed to evaluate arterial blood flow to the myocardium (heart muscle) during physical exercise, compared to blood flow while at rest.
Standard: Health

Group of persons

269020 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
A number of persons considered together as being related in some way.
Standard: Health, Community Services (retired), Housing assistance

Health industry relevant organisation

352194 | Object Class | Health Expenditure Advisory Committee
An organisation that provides health care goods and services to prevent or cure disease, care for illness, impairment, disability or handicap, or non-health care good and services to support these activities.
Standard: Health

Health information system

490699 | Object Class | Department of Health Western Australia
A system used to record, store, extract and manipulate health data.
Standard: WA Health

Health professional

268985 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
A person whose primary employment role is to diagnose and treat physical and mental illnesses and conditions or recommend, administer, dispense and develop medications and treatment to promote or restore good health.
Standard: Health

Health professional graduate trainee

542889 | Object Class | Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
A person who has graduated from a course and gained a qualification to practice as a health professional in Australia, does not qualify as a new health professional graduate, and is commencing or undertaking postgraduate training in the health professional field.
Retired: Health

Health professional postgraduate and vocational trainee

584388 | Object Class | Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
A person who has graduated from a course and gained a qualification to practice as a health professional in Australia, does not qualify as a new health professional graduate, and is commencing or undertaking postgraduate training in the health professional field.
Standard: Independent Hospital Pricing Authority

Health professional trainee

677759 | Object Class
A person who is currently enrolled in a registered training program for the purpose of obtaining qualification or extending a scope of practice where the primary employment role is to diagnose and treat physical and mental illnesses and conditions or recommend, administer, dispense and develop medications and treatment to promote or restore good health.
Standard: Independent Hospital Pricing Authority, Health

Health service event

268979 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
An interaction between one or more health care providers with one or more persons for assessment, care, consultation and/or treatment.
Standard: Health

Health-care incident

329602 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An event or circumstance resulting from health care that may have led or did lead to unintended and/or unnecessary harm to a person, and/or a complaint or loss.
Standard: Health

Healthcare provider

269023 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
An organisation or individual that provides a health service.
Standard: Health

Hospital

268971 | Object Class
A health care facility established under Commonwealth, state or territory legislation as a hospital or a free-standing day procedure unit, and authorised to provide treatment and/or care to patients.
Standard: Health, Commonwealth Department of Health
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)
Qualified: Independent Hospital Pricing Authority

Hospital census

269010 | Object Class
A point in time count by a hospital of all its admitted patients and/or patients currently on a waiting list.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health

Hospital patient

268958 | Object Class
A patient is a person for whom a hospital accepts responsibility for treatment and/or care. There are two categories of patient, admitted and non-admitted patients. Boarders are not patients.
Standard: Health

Hospital service

269008 | Object Class | Australia Institute of Health and Welfare
A service provided within a hospital, characterised by only one care type.
Standard: Health, Tasmanian Health

Household

268977 | Object Class
A group of two or more related or unrelated people who usually reside in the same dwelling, and who make common provision for food or other essentials for living; or a single person living in a dwelling who makes provision for his or her own food and other essentials for living, without combining with any other person.
Standard: Health, Housing assistance, Commonwealth Department of Social Services (retired)
Superseded: Community Services (retired)

Household

351492 | Object Class
One or more persons, at least one of whom is at least 15 years of age, usually resident in the same private dwelling.
Standard: Community Services (retired)

Household family

268997 | Object Class
Two or more persons, one of whom is at least 15 years of age, who are related by blood, marriage (registered or defacto), adoption, step or fostering, and who are usually resident in the same household.
Superseded: Community Services (retired)

Housing assistance agency

302078 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
An organisation or organisational sub-unit that is responsible for the provision of housing assistance to people. Defining Agency is extremely important for data collection, as it is the level at which most data are collected in the housing assistance and other human service areas. Regardless of the way in which an organisation is funded, a housing assistance agency is the level of the organisation responsible for the provision of housing assistance to people. In some instances one organisation ...
Standard: Housing assistance

Housing assistance agency

269006 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An organisation or organisational sub-unit that is responsible for the provision of housing assistance to clients. Defining Agency is extremely important for data collection, as it is the level at which most data are collected in the community services area. Regardless of the way in which an organisation is funded, an agency is the level of the organisation responsible for service provision to clients. In some instances one organisation will have more than one or many agencies. Sometimes agencie...
Superseded: Housing assistance

Housing assistance episode

268991 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
The period of contact for housing assistance, with defined dates of commencement and if completed cessation, between a person and a housing assistance agency.
Standard: Housing assistance

Identifier

466219 | Object Class
A piece of information that establishes the identity of an entity.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Health, Disability

Income unit

608087 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
One person or a group of related persons within a household, whose command over income is shared, or any person living in a non private dwelling who is in receipt of personal income.
Standard: Housing assistance

Income unit

268986 | Object Class | National Housing Data Development Committee
One person or a group of related persons within a household, whose command over income is shared, or any person living in a non private dwelling who is in receipt of personal income.
Standard: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Housing assistance

Indigenous community

507661 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
A community populated predominantly by Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders.
Standard: Indigenous

Indigenous housing organisation

268988 | Object Class
Any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander organisation which owns or is responsible for managing community housing. Managing includes at least one of the following functions: tenancy arrangements, rent collection or housing maintenance. This includes community organisations that have a range of functions as well as Resource agencies and Land councils, provided that they own or manage Indigenous community housing.
Superseded: Housing assistance

Individual service provider

269021 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A person who provides a service and/or care.
Standard: Health, Community Services (retired), Housing assistance

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