Key messages

  • The Department of Health & Human Services supports development of information management (IM) and information communication technology (ICT) to enhance service coordination.
  • Vendors to the health sector are encouraged to implement the department’s technical specifications.

The Department of Health & Human Services has developed the following technical specifications to support the health sector and vendors to implement the service coordination tool templates (SCTT).

SCTT 2012

SCTT (8.61 Mb, WinZip file)

  • SCTT layout – version 4.2
  • SCTT high level conceptual model – version 4.2
  • SCTT low level conceptual model – version 4.2
  • SCTT data dictionary – version 4.2
  • SCTT code sets – version 4.2
  • SCTT functional specification – version 4.2
  • SCTT HL7 messaging specification – version 4.2
  • SCTT change control table – version 4.2*

General practice referral form

GPRF (2.64 Mb, WinZip file)

  • GPRF layout – version 1.5
  • GPRF high level conceptual model – version 1.5
  • GPRF low level conceptual model – version 1.5
  • GPRF data dictionary – version 1.5
  • GPRF code sets – version 1.5
  • GPRF functional specification – version 1.5
  • GPRF HL7 messaging specification – version 1.15
  • GPRF change control table – version 1.5

Personal Alert Victoria tool

PAV (2.08 Mb, WinZip file)

  • PAV Layout – Version 1.4
  • PAV High Level Conceptual Model – Version 1.4
  • PAV Low Level Conceptual Model – Version 1.4
  • PAV Data Dictionary – Version 1.4
  • PAV Code Sets – Version 1.4
  • PAV Functional Specification – Version 1.4
  • PAV HL7 Messaging Specification – Version 1.4
  • PAV Change Control Table – Version 1.4

* In addition to referring to the change control table, vendors are encouraged to refer to the tool layouts, the high level and low level conceptual models, the data dictionaries, the code sets, the HL7 messaging specifications, the functional specifications, and state, national and international standards before they implement SCTT 2012. The department has made all efforts to ensure the accuracy of the change control table, but is not responsible for any inaccuracies, omissions or otherwise.