Nursing Performance Statistics Regulation 2012 - Pdstv 2012

Original Language Title: Pflegedienstleistungsstatistik-Verordnung 2012 – PDStV 2012

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302. Regulation of the Federal Minister for labour, Social Affairs and consumer protection concerning provisions for the creation of nursing performance statistics as well as secondary statistical analysis (nursing performance statistics regulation 2012 - PDStV 2012)

On the basis of § 5 para 4 of the maintenance Fund Act (PFG), Federal Law Gazette I no. is 57/2011, in agreement with the Chancellor and ordered the Federal Minister of Finance:

Subject

§ 1. This regulation lays down the extent and nature of of the countries at the Federal Statistics Austria to submit data to the establishment and maintenance of a nursing performance database for the purpose of establishing nursing performance statistics and advanced statistical analysis on behalf of the Federal Minister for labour, Social Affairs and consumer protection in accordance with § 5 PFG.

Definitions

§ 2. Within the meaning of this regulation means:



1. care and childcare services (social services): In article 3, paragraph 1 Z 1 service areas listed to 6 PFG of countries and communities in the long term care (that (with) funded will be financed by the social welfare or the minimum income). Services of the handicapped and the basic services are not covered.

2. providers: are the nursing and care services within the specified performance catalogue provided or offered by public carriers (countries, communities, social welfare associations, other municipal associations) or by private institutions (associations, foundations, funds, institutions, corporations, etc.).

3. service hours: number of charged performance hours during the reporting period. In the comments to this feature of the survey is to lead, how to quantitatively define a power hour at the service provider, which settlement units are intended and what components it is composed.

4. visiting days: number of cleared visiting days during the reporting period.

5. transfer days: number of cleared inhabiting days during the reporting period.

6 places: Number of constantly available at the date places. Should be in individual nursing performance areas (insb. Part of inpatient services and respite care) no such fixed quota will be available, the number is actually evidenced unprecedented places to report in the year under review.

7 clients: Number of persons assisted within the framework of social services without self-payers.

8 self-paying: supervised persons which are not funded from the social assistance or minimum income.

9 age groups: Differentiated according to the age groups "under 60 years", "60 to under 75 years of age", "75 to under 85 years of age", "85 years and older".

10 care and caregivers: Number of persons employed workers at the date in the care and support, free employee and new self-employed.

11 full time equivalents: calculation is assumed by the paid weekly normal working hours of the respective category of employees according to the applicable collective agreement. Aliquot, part-timers are calculated according to their respective weekly scale.

12 gross expenditure: total of social assistance or minimum backup editions for the respective care and babysitting services during the reporting period. The gross expenditure include the sales tax and the possible replacement of a write-off for manufacturing and maintenance costs, but not investment and provisions.

13 posts and dentures: Sum of contributions collected by the State or by providers and dentures of assisted students, the relatives and the Drittverpflichteten such as E.g. heirs, gift holder.

14. other revenue: total any other receipts in the State such as VAT refund, country health funds, extraordinary income in the reporting period.

15 net expenditure: sum of social assistance or minimum backup editions for the respective maintenance and care services during the reporting period, which are not covered by contributions received from the State and dentures, and other revenue.

Survey characteristics

§ 3. The countries have the following characteristics in the individual care and support services as a unit to collect and submit:



1.



Mobile services



a. performance hours per providers during the reporting period b. number of clients per service providers during the reporting period c. number of clients who were on the date with the service provider in a contractual relationship relating to the respective maintenance and support service, after gender, ages and level of care allowance per provider d. number of self-paying per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) e. number of nursing and carers each provider on the date after gender in mind and in full time equivalents f. gross expenditure per State in the reporting period g. posts and dentures per provider or per State in the reporting period h. subsidies of health insurance to the cost of the medical home nursing per federal province in the period i. costs of self-pay per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) j. other revenue per federal province in the period k. net expenditure per State in the reporting period



2.



Part of inpatient services



a. visit days per providers during the reporting period b. courses per provider on the date or in the reporting period c. number of clients per service providers during the reporting period d. number of clients who were on the date with the service provider in a contractual relationship relating to the respective maintenance and support service, after gender, ages and level of care allowance per provider e. number of self-paying per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) f. number of nursing and carers each provider on the date to gender in mind and in Full time equivalents g. gross expenditure per State in the reporting period h. posts and dentures per provider or per State in the reporting period i. costs of self-pay per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) j. other revenue per federal province in the period k. net expenditure per State in the reporting period



3.



Inpatient services



a. clearing days per providers during the reporting period b. courses per provider at the date c. number of clients per service providers during the reporting period d. number of clients who were on the date with the service provider in a contractual relationship relating to the respective maintenance and support service, after gender, ages and level of care allowance per provider e. number of self-paying per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) f. number of nursing and carers each provider on the date to gender in mind and in full-time equivalents g. gross expenditure per federal province in the period under review h. posts and dentures per provider or per State in the reporting period i. costs of self-pay per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) j. other revenue per federal province in the period k. net expenditure per State in the reporting period



4.



Respite care in inpatient facilities



a. clearing days per providers during the reporting period b. courses per provider on the date or in the reporting period c. number of clients per service providers during the reporting period d. number of clients who were on the date with the service provider in a contractual relationship relating to the respective maintenance and support service, after gender, ages and level of care allowance per provider e. number of self-paying per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) f. number of nursing and carers each provider on the date to gender in mind and in Full time equivalents g. gross expenditure per State in the reporting period h. posts and dentures per provider or per State in the reporting period i. costs of self-pay per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) j. other revenue per federal province in the period k. net expenditure per State in the reporting period



5.



Alternative forms of housing



a. seats per service provider on the date b. number of clients per service providers during the reporting period c. number of clients who were on the date with the service provider in a contractual relationship relating to the respective maintenance and support service, to gender, ages and level of care allowance per provider d. number of self-paying per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) e. number of nursing and carers each provider on the date after gender in mind and in full time equivalents f. gross expenditure per State in the reporting period g. posts and dentures per provider or per State in the reporting period h. costs of self-pay per provider or per State in the reporting period (optional) i. other revenue per State in the reporting period j. net expenditure per federal province in the period under review



6.



Case and care



a. service hours per service providers during the reporting period b. number of clients per service providers during the reporting period c.

Number of clients who were on the date with the service provider in a contractual relationship related to the case and care, by sex, age and level of care allowance per provider d. number of self-paying per provider or per State in the period under review (optional) e. number of nursing and carers each provider on the date after sex in heads and g. f. gross spending full-time equivalents per State in the period under review posts and dentures per provider or per State in the reporting period h. costs of self-pay per provider or each State during the reporting period (optional) i. other revenue per State in the reporting period j. net expenditure per federal province in the period under review section 4. The countries have the Federal Statistics Austria for the purpose of establishing the online application and the surveys in addition a list of service providers in the reporting year in the nursing and care services legally or contractually obligated under quotes by name and address, and the care and support services of the provider not later than 30 June of the following year in electronic form to submit.

Statistical units

5. statistical units are service providers pursuant to section 4, providing care and support services within the specified performance catalogue.

Continuity, periodicity

§ 6. The data referred to in article 3 are once a year to collect. With the transmission of data to the Federal Agency, Statistics Austria is also the collection of data for the benefits in kind part of the Austrian care screening report in accordance with article 12 para 2 of the agreement between the Federal Government and the countries referred to in article 15 a B-VG on collective actions of the Federal and State Governments for occupants who, Federal Law Gazette No. 866/1993, covered.

Type of data transmission at the Federal Statistics Austria

§ 7. The transmission of data for the reporting period takes the automation-supported form a of the Federal Statistics Austria for this furnished online application and has no later than 30 September of the following year, for the first time until September 30, 2012, to be carried out free of charge and completely.

Duty to cooperate

§ 8. The countries can entrust providers as third parties carrying out the obligations arising from article 3 of this regulation. The service providers are obliged to provide the required data for the compilation of statistics.

Reporting periods, date

§ 9 (appearance period) period is one calendar year. As far as date data is to collect, December 31 of the reporting year considered to date.

Publication

§ 10. The Federal Agency has statistics for Austria to publish the main findings of the survey at the end of the calendar year following the year under review free of charge on the Internet.

Reimbursement of costs

§ 11. The Federal Minister for labour, Social Affairs and consumer protection has the Federal Statistics Austria 2000 to pay off with the surveys, the management of the database and associated to the production of statistics under this regulation effort in accordance with section 32 of the Federal Statistics Act. The lump-sum reimbursement for this is 2011 65 000 euros from the year under review. The so-called cost replacement is with the index number for the month of January 2012 as the base value secured on the basis of the "consumer price index calculated by the Federal 2010" (or at best at its place index). This safeguard clause of value of applied only then if through their application enters an increase or decrease of the refunding to at least 5%. The index value of underlying in such an application the value safeguard clause applies to the next calculation as a base number. The payment is made in two parts. The first installment is payable until 31 December of the year under review to the extent of 50% of the total amount, the second installment is payable until December 31 of the year following the year under review to the extent of 50% of the total amount.

Use the gender-specific form

§ 12. As far as personal terms are used in this regulation, no gender-specific significance to them. You are to use when applied to certain people in the form of each gender.

Transitional provision

§ 13. As far as data collection characteristics or characteristic values according to § 3 via the catalog included in the Appendix 1 to the PFG collection features go beyond and are not available at the time of entry into force of this regulation, the service providers, from the subsequent reporting period to levy are and inform to feed Statistics Austria but no later than for the creation of services sector statistics for the reporting period in 2013, in the Federal online application.

Entry into force

§ 14. This Regulation shall enter into force the day of its proclamation.

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