Department of Health

Victorian Integrated Non-Admitted Health (VINAH) minimum dataset

The Victorian Integrated Non-Admitted Health (VINAH) minimum data set is the Department of Health’s non admitted data collection integrating patient-level data across many government-funded programs.

This data is used to provide equitable funding to public hospitals and support health services in their planning, policy formulation and epidemiological research.

VINAH manual

Current manual

2022-23 VINAH minimum data set manual (all sections)

Previous manual

2021-22 VINAH minimum data set manual (all sections)

2020-21 VINAH minimum data set manual (all sections)

Please email hdss.helpdesk@health.vic.gov.au to access older manuals.

See Reference files for lists of valid codes relevant to VINAH, as well as criteria and process to reduce dual reporting (AIMS-VINAH).

VINAH late data exemption form

VINAH minimum data set late data exemption form (Login to HealthCollect Portal to access this form)

Publications

Service event and NWAU derivations

Non-Admitted Multidisciplinary Case Conferences - Reporting Guidelines 

Post Natal Domiciliary Care - Guidelines for reporting

Annual changes

Current financial year changes and proposals for changes to take effect from 1 July for the following financial year can be found at annual changes.

Non-Admitted Data Collection

The Non-Admitted Data Collection (NADC) is a flat file extract used in a limited number of circumstances by health services unable to report VINAH. Health services can apply for approval to temporarily report patient level activity using NADC as part of a planned transition to VINAH reporting.

Eligibility for use of the Non-Admitted Data Collection

Request to use the Non-Admitted Data Collection

Reviewed 06 July 2022

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Contact details

For information and advice about standards, specifications and data quality processes for the VAED, VEMD, ESIS, AIMS, VINAH, F1 and VCDC. 

HDSS Helpdesk Department of Health

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