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2019 Modified Monash Model

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ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info%3Aofi%2Ffmt%3Akev%3Amtx%3Adc&rfr_id=info%3Asid%2FANDS&rft_id=http://data.nsw.gov.au/data/dataset/1-af02c238d957456eb1479a8baf757c5c&rft.title=2019 Modified Monash Model&rft.identifier=http://data.nsw.gov.au/data/dataset/1-af02c238d957456eb1479a8baf757c5c&rft.publisher=data.nsw.gov.au&rft.description=Access APIExport DataIn 2015, the Department of Health introduced the Modified Monash Model (MMM) classification system as it better targets health workforce programs by categorising metropolitan, regional, rural and remote areas according to both geographical remoteness, as defined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and town size. The MMM 2019 was updated on 1 July 2019 to use the latest available Australian Bureau of Statistics (2016) Census data and geography information. Health programs will begin transitioning to the new MMM from 1 January 2020. The 2019 MMM uses the following data sets: • Australian Statistical Geography Standard 2016 Statistical Area 1; and Urban Centres and Localities as the geographic bases; • Australian Statistical Geography Standard – Remoteness Area 2016 as the ABS remoteness classification (based on Accessibility and Remoteness Index of Australia (ARIA+); • Estimated Resident Population 2016; and • Public Sector Mapping Agency 2018 Australian road network.https://data.gov.au/data/dataset/modified-monash-model-mmm-2019http://health.gov.au/MetadataTypeHosted\nFeature LayerUpdate FrequencyInfrequentlyContact DetailsRural Distribution Sectiondata.governance@health.gov.auRelationship to Themes and DatasetsAccuracyhttp://www.ga.gov.au/place-names/PlaceDetails.jsp?submit1=GA1Standards and Specificationshttp://www.ga.gov.au/place-names/PlaceDetails.jsp?submit1=GA1AggregatorsDepartment of Health DistributorsDepartment\nof Health    Dataset Producers and ContributorsDepartment\nof Health    &rft.creator=Anonymous&rft.date=2022&rft_rights=License Not Specified&rft_subject=2019 Modified Monash Model&rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English Access the data

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In 2015, the Department of Health introduced the Modified Monash Model (MMM) classification system as it better targets health workforce programs by categorising metropolitan, regional, rural and remote areas according to both geographical remoteness, as defined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and town size. The MMM 2019 was updated on 1 July 2019 to use the latest available Australian Bureau of Statistics (2016) Census data and geography information. Health programs will begin transitioning to the new MMM from 1 January 2020. The 2019 MMM uses the following data sets: • Australian Statistical Geography Standard 2016 Statistical Area 1; and Urban Centres and Localities as the geographic bases; • Australian Statistical Geography Standard – Remoteness Area 2016 as the ABS remoteness classification (based on Accessibility and Remoteness Index of Australia (ARIA+); • Estimated Resident Population 2016; and • Public Sector Mapping Agency 2018 Australian road network.

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TypeHosted\nFeature Layer
Update FrequencyInfrequently
Contact DetailsRural Distribution Section
data.governance@health.gov.au
Relationship to Themes and Datasets
Accuracyhttp://www.ga.gov.au/place-names/PlaceDetails.jsp?submit1=GA1
Standards and Specificationshttp://www.ga.gov.au/place-names/PlaceDetails.jsp?submit1=GA1
AggregatorsDepartment of Health 
DistributorsDepartment\nof Health    
Dataset Producers and ContributorsDepartment\nof Health    

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