What is AROC Online Services (AOS)
Launched in July 2012, AROC Online Services provides a more secure method of data entry via the AROC website.
Using AROC online services members are currently able to:
- Enter their data into the AROC database
- Download any of their AROC reports at any time
- Enable their staff to sit the FIM credentialing exam online and instantaneously receive their exam results
- Extract their data out of the AROC database as an Excel or ASCII file
- Update their organisation's and staff details
Each person accessing AOS requires an individual user name and password. Facility logins and passwords for the Version 3 AROC website will not allow access to AOS. If you require an AOS user name and password please fill out the AROC form with the requested information via the following link: email@example.com
If you work at more than one facility your AOS password will allow you to access AOS for each of the facilities.
Further information about AOS as well as instructions on how to submit your data via AROC Online Services are available in the AOS User Guide.
Also available is information on how to sit the Online FIM credentialing exam.
Should you have any questions about AROC Online Services not covered in the AOS User Guide please contact AROC.
TERMINOLOGY CHANGES — RESIDENTIAL CARE (AUSTRALIA)
As at 1 July 2014 the Australian Government changed the definition of residential care resulting in “low level care” and “high level care” no longer being current terminology (more details). The AROC V4 Dataset for Australia and the Australian Data Collection Forms for pathways 2, 3, 4 & 5 still have this concept in the data items “Type of Accommodation prior to the impairment”, “Interim Accommodation post discharge” and “Final Accommodation post discharge”. The ramifications of this definitional change was discussed by the AROC Scientific Clinical Advisory Committee. It was agreed that whilst AROC can’t change the V4 code set for the three affected data items mid-stream, we can introduce a new business rule that takes account of this definitional change.
New business rule for Australian facilities: All episodes admitted from or discharged to residential care from July 2014 are to be coded to residential high level care (nursing home).
NOTE: all future analyses on Australian admissions from / discharges to residential care will combine residential low level care (hostel) and residential high level care (nursing home). When the AROC V4 dataset is revised the Accommodation data items affected by this definitional change will be adjusted to include codes identifying the 4 levels of care packages at home now available, as well as residential aged care and a code identifying referral to NDIS.
- Rehabilitation Care Plan - Anywhere Hospital
- AN-SNAP Classification Version 3 (Released January 2012, NB: Rehabilitation classes are unchanged)
- AN-SNAP Calculator (Excel 2007+)
- Inpatient Clinical Data Set
- Ambulatory Clinical Data Set
- Impairment Specific Data Items
- Australian Impairment Codes
- Guidelines for Coding Impairments
- Data submission dates
- Order of Australia Award for AROC Clinical Director