Non-Admitted Emergency Care (NAEC) (Audited)
Non-Admitted Emergency Care data describe what happens to a person when they are present to a public hospital for either Emergency Department or Emergency Service care. The data contains a range of information including demographics, and the diagnoses.
In South Australia non-admitted emergency activity data is captured in accordance with standards and guidelines described for the Non-Admitted Emergency Care data collection. The scope of non-admitted activity includes patients presenting to public hospitals. Private hospital non-admitted emergency care data is not collected.
It provides SA Health with the information resources necessary to effectively fund, organise, evaluate, and plan health services in South Australia.
Non-admitted emergency activity data also allows SA Health to meet national obligations through annual submissions to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). Non-admitted emergency activity forms part of both the Non-Admitted Emergency Department Care National Minimum Data Set and Emergency Service Care National Best Endeavours Data Set through submission to AIHW.
Non-Admitted Emergency Care Reference Manual
A number of resources for the NAEC data domain are also available. These resources may be shared across multiple domains, such as with Admitted Patient Care.
If you have queries regarding Non-Admitted Emergency Care: