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Specialised mental health service organisation—community awareness/health promotion services grants to non-government organisations

Metadata item type:Help on this termData Element Concept
METeOR identifier:Help on this term287009
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 08/12/2004
Definition:Help on this termGrants made to non-government organisations for community awareness/health promotion services, defined as services aimed at raising awareness about mental health/illness and those affected by mental health issues through the provision of information and/or education to the community, in order to enhance the community’s capacity to support people affected by a mental health issue.
Context:Help on this termSpecialised mental health services

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Object class:Specialised mental health service organisation
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A separately constituted specialised mental health service that is responsible for the clinical governance, administration and financial management of service units providing specialised mental health care.

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Specialised mental health services.

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A specialised mental health service organisation may consist of one or more service units based in different locations and providing services in admitted patient, residential and ambulatory settings. For example, a specialised mental health service organisation may consist of several hospitals or two or more community centres.

Where the specialised mental health service organisation consists of multiple service units, those units can be considered to be components of the same organisation where they:

  • operate under a common clinical governance arrangement;
  • aim to work together as interlocking services that provide integrated, coordinated care to consumers across all mental health service settings; and
  • share clinical records or, in the case where there is more than one physical clinical record for each patient, staff may access (if required) the information contained in all of the physical records held by the organisation for that patient.

For most states and territories, the Specialised mental health service organisation object class is equivalent to the Area/District Mental Health Service. These are usually organised to provide the full range of admitted patient, residential and ambulatory services to a given catchment population. However, the object class may also be used to refer to health care organisations which provide only one type of mental health service (e.g. acute admitted patient care) or which serve a specialised or state-wide function.

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Department of Health and Ageing 2003. Mental Health National Outcomes and Casemix Collection. Technical specification of State and Territory reporting requirements for the outcomes and casemix components of ‘Agreed Data’, Version 1.50. Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing

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Property:Community awareness/health promotion services grants to non-government organisations
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Grants made to non-government organisations for the provision of community awareness/health promotion services.

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Submitting organisation:Help on this termAustralian Institute of Health and Welfare

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Specialised mental health service organisation—community awareness/health promotion services grants to non-government organisations (financial year), total Australian currency N[N(8)] Health, Standard 08/12/2004

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