WELCOME

AR-DRG Classification System Development & Refinement Services

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

The latest version of the AR-DRG Classification (ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS Tenth Edition and AR-DRG Version 9.0) is available from the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority (IHPA) website link

The ACCD Classification Information Portal (CLIP) is the web-based information portal used to help us communicate with you. Registering with CLIP will allow you access to Coding Rules, to view and make public submissions to the AR-DRG Classification System and maintain your contact details.

Please register or update your CLIP account details here.


Our Consortium Partners

National Centre for Classification in Health Western Sydney University KPMG


Contact Us

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

WHAT'S NEW
Coding Rules for March 2017
are now available
code it! Vol 4 No 2 - March 2017
is now available
Summary of ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS Tenth Edition Updates
Available now
AR-DRG V9.0 Definitions Manual
Purchase here
AR-DRG V9.0 Reference files
Available here
ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS Tenth Edition hard copy books
Purchase here
Standards for ethical conduct (as of December 2016)
Further information
AR-DRG V8.0 Definitions Manual Errata 2  - February 2017
Download here
AR-DRG V8.0 Online Education
Access here
ICPC-2 PLUS - the BEACH coding system
Further information
HIM Course at Western Sydney University - 3639 - Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology
Further information
IHPA ABF and
PCSI Conference 2017
9-13 October 2017

Watch this space
HIMAA NCCH Conference 1-3 November 2017
Watch this space
CLASSIFICATION INFORMATION PORTAL (CLIP)

CLIP is a web-based information portal which is used to help us communicate with you.

Click here to access CLIP