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.

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Our Consortium Partners

National Centre for Classification in Health Western Sydney University KPMG

Contact Us

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

AR-DRG Online Education
Access here
Proceedings from HIMAA NCCH Conference 2015
Access here
Errata 2 September 2015 (effective 1 October 2015)
is now available
Coding Rules for September 2015
are now available
Clinical Update - The Spine, Part A
is now available
Ninth Edition Education Workshop FAQs
are now available
code it! Vol 2, No 4
is available now
Fundamentals of Morbidity Coding updated for Ninth Edition
is now available
AR-DRG V8.0 Definitions Manual
Purchase here
AR-DRG V8.0 DCL/ECCS Calculator
Try it here
ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS Ninth Edition hard copy books
Purchase here
AR-DRG Grouper and Certified Coding Look-up Tools / eBooks
List of vendors
ICHI Alpha 2015
Download here
Chronicle of ICD-10-AM/ACHI/ACS First to Ninth Edition
is now available
Ninth Australasian Workshop on Health Informatics and Knowledge Management Canberra, 2-5 February 2016
First call for papers
New HIM Course at UWS
3639 - Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology

Further information
IHPA ABF Conference 2016
9-12 May 2016

Watch this space

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