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Recurrent salaries and wages expenditure data element cluster

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Metadata item type:Help on this termData Set Specification
METeOR identifier:Help on this term552475
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Superseded 04/08/2016
DSS type:Help on this termData Element Cluster
Scope:Help on this termThese data elements are used in conjunction with each other to describe expenditure on recurrent salaries and wages for staff in establishments.

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The Recurrent salaries and wages expenditure data element cluster comprises three data elements that describe the expenditure on staff working within an establishment and whether the data are estimated.

The Recurrent salaries and wages expenditure data element cluster describes the following information for an establishment:

Staffing category Total Australian dollars Estimated data indicator
Administrative and clerical staff N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Diagnostic and health professionals N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Domestic and other staff N(8) 1. Yes
2. No
Enrolled nurses N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Other personal care staff N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Registered nurses N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Specialist salaried medical officers (SMOs) N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Other salaried medical officers (SMOs) N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Student nurses N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Trainee/pupil nurses N(8)

1. Yes
2. No

Generally, salary data by staffing categories should be broadly consistent with full-time equivalent staffing numbers. Where staff provide services to more than one hospital, their salaries should be apportioned between all hospitals to whom services are provided on the basis of hours worked in each hospital.

Salary payments for contract staff employed through an agency should be included under salaries for the appropriate staff category provided they are included in full-time equivalent staffing. If they are not, salary payments should be shown separately.

The reported expenditure must be prepared using accrual basis of accounting as per the Australian Accounting Standards Board, Standard 101.

Relational attributes

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Has been superseded by Recurrent salaries and wages expenditure data element cluster Health, Standard 04/08/2016, ACT Health, Final 10/08/2018

Implementation in Data Set Specifications:Help on this term
All attributes +

Local Hospital Networks DSS 2014-15 Health, Superseded 04/02/2015

Parent DSS specific attributes +

Local Hospital Networks DSS 2015-16 Health, Superseded 04/08/2016

Parent DSS specific attributes +

Public hospital establishments NMDS 2014-15 Health, Superseded 04/02/2015

Parent DSS specific attributes +

Public hospital establishments NMDS 2015-16 Health, Superseded 04/08/2016

Parent DSS specific attributes +

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Seq No.Help on this termMetadata itemHelp on this term ObligationHelp on this term Max occursHelp on this term
-Establishment—data estimated indicator, yes/no code NMandatory10
-Establishment—recurrent salaries and wages expenditure, total Australian currency N[N(8)]Mandatory10
-Establishment—staffing categories, health code N[N]Mandatory10
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