National health and community services data dictionaries – AIHW – 23 August 2010

Posted on August 23, 2010. Filed under: Health Informatics | Tags: |

National health data dictionary, version 15 – AIHW – 23 August 2010

“The July 2010 revision to the National Health Data Dictionary (NHDD) including national minimum data sets (NMDS) has now been released and is available on the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) website. As part of the METeOR metadata online registry, the dictionary’s purpose is to provide national standards on the health reporting framework for both statistical and clinical analysis which provides meaningful input to community discussion and public policy debate on health issues in Australia. The Dictionary is available online at http://meteor.aihw.gov.au. This version confirms to international standard ISO/IEC 11179 Information Technology Metadata Registries (MDR), 2003.
Authored by AIHW.
Published 23 August 2010; ISSN 1329-4555; ISBN-13 978-1-74249-050-2; AIHW cat. no. HWI 107; 2799 pp.”

National Community Services Data Dictionary, version 6 – AIHW – 23 August 2010

“The July 2010 revision to the National Community Services Data Dictionary (NCSDD) including national minimum data sets (NMDS) has now been released and is available on the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) website. As part of the METeOR metadata online registry, the dictionary¿s purpose is to provide national standards on the community services reporting framework for both statistical and clinical analysis which provides meaningful input to community discussion and public policy debate on community services issues in Australia. The Dictionary is available online at http://meteor.aihw.gov.au/content/index.phtml/itemId/274816. This version confirms to international standard ISO/IEC 11179 Information Technology Metadata Registries (MDR), 2003.
Authored by AIHW.
Published 23 August 2010; ISSN 1440-8872; ISBN-13 978-1-74249-054-0; AIHW cat. no. HWI 109; 801 pp.”

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