A snapshot of the Data Exchange enhancements as at 1 January 2019.
For organisations wanting to use system-to-system transfers to submit their data to the Data Exchange.
For organisations wanting to use bulk uploads to submit their data to the Data Exchange.
Tips to help you avoid data entry errors on the Data Exchange.
For organisations funded by state government funding agencies.
Main operational manual for users of the Data Exchange.
Outlines the main concepts that inform the two-way focus on more efficient ways of collecting data.
A short summary of the benefits of collecting outcomes data
A guide to the logic of outcomes, why outcomes reporting is important, and how to define outcomes suitable for your organisation
Long discussion paper proposing five key principles underpinning benchmarking as part of the Data Exchange.
Benchmarking under the Data Exchange Framework: Discussion paper’ and the Department of Social Services’ responses to feedback.
One page outlining the process for developing benchmarking in Data Exchange.
A plain English explanation of how privacy works within the Data Exchange. It explains how the Data Exchange protects a client’s personal identifying details.
‘How to use SCORE with clients’ is a document that lists possible client responses in the SCORE domains of CIRCUMSTANCE, GOAL and SATISFACTION. It can be used directly with clients.
Use this document to convert other measurement tools into SCORE (Standard Client/Community Outcomes Reporting).
‘SCORE – at a glance’ provides a brief overview of Standard Client/Community Outcomes Reporting (SCORE) – its logic and how it works in practice.
This report provides a one-stop view of an organisation’s service delivery over time. You will only see the information submitted by your organisation, or organisations with which you have a ‘handshake’ arrangement.
This report highlights key data quality issues to assist organisations to improve and/or maintain data quality, with a focus on the last 6 months.
This report demonstrates the Standard Client Outcomes Reporting (SCORE) assessments being reported by organisations.
This report combines a number of publically available population-level datasets to show a picture of the community you select based on location.
This report shows the intensity of services delivered in the one financial year compared to the previous year, providing an opportunity to identify trends and patterns, which in turn can facilitate effective resource planning for organis
This report demonstrates outputs by outlet and region, to allow organisations to see where clients live, compared to where services are being delivered, or where staff are travelling to deliver them.
The Privacy Impact Assessment made seven recommendations to enhance the Department’s arrangements for protecting the privacy of personal information while operating the Data Exchange.