AR-DRG Classification System Development & Refinement Services

The University of Sydney is pleased to announce that the National Centre for Classification in Health is leading the Australian Consortium for Classification Development, in collaboration with the University of Western Sydney and KPMG, in the ongoing development of the Australian Refined Diagnosis Related Groups (AR-DRG) Classification System (which includes ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS and AR-DRGs).

An exciting and challenging time ahead!

Our website for this service is undergoing a process of rapid development and we will endeavour to keep it as informative as possible. Your patience during this transition phase is greatly appreciated. In the meantime, please email us at enquiries@accd.net.au if you have any enquires.

If you haven't already done so, please verify or update your account details.

Our Consortium Partners

National Centre for Classification in Health University of Western Sydney KPMG

Contact Us

Please direct enquiries to enquiries@accd.net.au.


ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS Ninth Edition Mapping Tables and Electronic Code Lists released on 31-Oct-2014
available from the AR-DRG Classification System Product Sales website

HIMAA NSW Professional Development Event
16 March 2015
Click here to view the brochure

5th Australian Health Informatics Summer School
27-30 January 2015
University Of Western Sydney
Parramatta Campus
Click here to view the brochure

New HIM Course at UWS
3639 - Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology

IHPA 2015 ABF Conference
Submit an abstract
Register online

SAVE the Date
HIMAA-NCCH Conference 2015
27-29 October 2015, Sydney

ICD-10-AM & AR-DRG Products
can now be purchased from the AR-DRG Classification System Product Sales website

code it! Vol 2, No 1
is now available

Coding Rules for December 2014
are now available

Our fifth Quarterly Coding Exercise
is now available

FAQs from Eighth Edition Education 2013 - Part 2
are now available


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