HACC MDS Annual Bulletin
The following publications contain information about the Home and Community Care (HACC) Program, particularly in relation to its clients, their characteristics and the services they receive. The information HACC services provided in all states and territories is summarised by financial year.
2010 - 2011 HACC MDS Annual Bulletin
- 2010 - 2011 HACC MDS Annual Bulletin (Excel 355 KB)
- 2010 - 2011 HACC MDS Annual Bulletin (PDF 166 KB)
2009 - 2010 HACC MDS Annual Bulletin
- 2009 - 2010 HACC MDS Annual Bulletin (Excel 355 KB)
- 2009 - 2010 HACC MDS Annual Bulletin (PDF 166 KB)
2008 - 2009 HACC MDS Annual Bulletin
2007 - 2008 HACC MDS Annual BulletinHACC MDS to arrange for a copy to be sent to you.
The Department of Health and Ageing has made every effort to ensure that the Microsoft Excel versions meets accessibility requirements. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing the information contained within this document, please contact HACC MDS to arrange for an alternative format to be provided to you.
General InquiriesPlease direct any queries regarding information presented in these publications to:
The National HACC MDS Data Custodian
Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing
GPO Box 9848
CANBERRA ACT 2601
Or via email: HACC MDS
An appropriate citationAustralian Government Department of Health and Ageing 2010, Home and Community Care Program Minimum Data Set 2008-09 Annual Bulletin, Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra.
Data Access and UseAccess and use of HACC service delivery data is governed by a data access protocol agreed by the Commonwealth, State and Territories of Australia. A copy of the protocol is available on the Department of Health and Ageing website
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