Update of the NOCC Data
NOCC data are now available for 2021-2022 in both the AMHOCN web Decision Support Tool (wDST) and the Reports Portal.
This means that the data set now comprises a total of 22 years of NOCC data. The wDST provides access to the aggregated data derived from the NOCC submissions from each State and Territory in Australia. The application can be used by clinicians, service managers, consumers, carers, policy developers and researchers to better understand the outcomes and variability of those accessing public sector mental health services. Data from the wDST can be download to Excel. The Reports Portal offers a more detailed exploration of the NOCC data for all jurisdictions via a range of partitions (e.g. jurisdiction, age group or measure) and stratifications (e.g. sex or diagnosis). The Reports Portal allows users to download Excel tables to undertake further analyses in areas in which they are interested.