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Queensland Health Clinical Costing System (Sunrise Decision Support) Data Collection
Identifying and Definitional Attributes
Identifier
QH 020195
Version
2
Metadata Item Type
Information Asset
Metadata Set Type
Data Collection
Approval Status
Draft
12-Jun-2019 
Current
21-Sep-2021 
Approval Type
Standard
Approving Authority
Information Management Strategic Governance Committee (IMSGC), Queensland Health
Effective From
01-Jul-2019
Effective To
-
Description
Sunrise Decision Support Manager also known as Transition II and Sunrise Decision Support Manager (SDSM) is the legacy clinical costing system that has been used to provide patient level costing data across multiple Hospital and Health Services (HHS) since 1997.
Short Name
Transition II - Sunrise Decision Support
Strategic Alignment Attributes
Actual or potential statewide coverage
Yes
Contains patient level costing data from multiple facilities within each HHS.
Absence would cause significant impact on QH business
Yes
Costing data is a major input into jurisdictional and national Activity Based Funding (ABF) models.
Supports enterprise-wide decision making
Yes
It enables cost and profit loss reporting against weighted activity units.
Supports enterprise-wide reporting requirements
Yes
It underpins annual cost weight tables.
Supports the strategic directions of QH
Yes
Strategic Asset Indicator
Yes
Collection and Usage Attributes
Guide for Use
-
Purpose
An aggregate group of software tools used to calculate the cost of patient care (previously known as Clinical Benchmarking Information System / TII) which enables analysis and reporting of hospital costs, revenue, ABF data and other management information at both the product line and patient levels across Queensland Health's major public hospitals.
Scope
All inpatients, emergency presentations and outpatient occasions of service where these have been electronically recorded.
Coverage
QLD
Content
- Patient centric costs and detailed clinical activity and procedure information, including patient demographics and coding. - Department centric products and costs. - Cost centre centric payroll and General Ledger (GL) information. - Classification systems: ICD, DRG, SRG, CMBS code.
Sites Implemented
The system is planned for replacement within the 2019-2020 year.
For the 2018-2019 fiscal year the system is used in the following HHSs and contains costing data for each facility within that HHS:
Torres and Cape
Cairns and Hinterland
Townsville
North West
Mackay
Central West
Central Queensland
Sunshine Coast
South West
Metro North
West Moreton
Metro South
Published Outputs
Routine and adhoc reports are held in QHERS.
Frequency of Updates
Weekly extract updates from HBCIS (patient admission and coding). Monthly updates from other clinical systems, finance and payroll systems.
Information Security Classification
SENSITIVE
Accessibility
At the discretion of HHSs and Department of Health (DoH).
Access Constraints
In system security model managed at application level with defined users.
Use Constraints
N/A.
Methodology
Data extracts.
Statistical Unit
-
Reporting Requirements
Numerous reports are provided from the system at HHS and DoH level to meet business and clinical analysis of activity. A number of de-identified clinical indicator reports are provided to professional colleges.
Frequency of Reporting Requirements
Annual extract from each database into the Clinical Costing Data Repository is run to meet jurisdictional and national reporting requirements for the National Hospital Cost Data Collection (NHCDC) and Financial and Residential Activity Collection (FRAC).
Comments
-
Relational Attributes
Related Metadata References
Implementation in
-
Included Data Elements and Performance Indicators
Data Quality Declaration
-
Source and Reference Attributes
Source Systems
-
Source Organisation
-
Source Document
-
Keywords

Costing; T2; Transition II