groupAnne Elsworthy, Aaron Balm, Lauren Jones and Jacki Luker

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In 2013, the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority (IHPA) initiated a review to assess long-term options for the classification of emergency care services for activity-based funding in Australia. A major objective of the approach to classifying emergency care services in Australia was to drive efficiency and effectiveness of these services through pricing and funding.This is underpinned by the collection of data that also support clinical care and other uses such as quality improvement, epidemiological monitoring, and health services research.


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