There are reporting requirements for Victorian Government public mental health services using the CMI/ODS system.
CMI/ODS comprises two systems. The Client Management Interface (CMI) is the local client information system used by each public mental health service. The Operational Data Store (ODS) manages a set of selected data items from each CMI.
Bulletins and Program Management Circulars (PMC)
Bulletins provide information about changes to the Client Management Interface/Operational Data Store (CMI/ODS) used in reporting as part of Victorian Government public mental health services.
Client Management Interface/Operational Data Store (CMI/ODS)
The Client Management Interface/Operational Data Store (CMI/ODS) collection is a critical source of business intelligence for the Mental Health sector.
Deceased persons’ legal status and case closure in the CMI/ODS
The legal status of deceased persons must be updated and their case must be closed after their death is recorded in the CMI/ODS.
Client Management Interface/Operational Data Store service contacts
Collecting records of mental health service contacts on the CMI/ODS measures services received from the consumer’s perspective.
Mental health triage service
The mental health triage scale classifies an assessment according to the person’s priority for mental health services.
Program maintenance in CMI/ODS
A ‘program’ is the basic service unit for reporting in the Client Management Interface/Operational Data Store (CMI/ODS).
Recording a case in the CMI/ODS
When clinicians commence a period of integrated and coordinated care for a person, this is recorded by opening a case on the CMI/ODS.
Recording admission details
Everyone admitted to Victorian public sector mental health services are given an admission detail code.
Recording diagnoses in the CMI/ODS
Recording diagnoses in the CMI/ODS provides essential information to to develop priorities for resource allocation.
Registration of mental health clients
When a public mental health service accepts a person’s referral, they should be registered in the CMI/ODS system.
Reviewed 04 November 2022