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Those who achieve CCDS possess expertise in the relevant Australian Coding Standards (ACS) applicable to the CDS role, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and pathophysiology; are proficient in undertaking concurrent reviews of the inpatient medical record, engaging clinicians, ethical query writing, managing data and reporting on the impact of a CDI program.

Proficiency in the basics of the role of a CDS, specific criteria must be met.
Further proficiency in more advanced aspects of the role including advanced reporting and presenting data.
Demonstrates advanced knowledge of CDI, leadership and professional development.