The Aged Care Royal Commission is about uncovering systemic problems in aged care, meeting the challenges and providing new opportunities to deliver quality aged care in Australia.
The new Aged Care Quality Standards will bring together four Aged Care standards into one single standard effective 1 July 2019, with a single focus on protecting senior Australians.
Choosing the right software to ensure this is vitally important when providers review and consider new systems.
With our population aged 65 and over expected to grow by almost 700,000 people over the next five years, as Baby Boomers continue to reach retirement age, the Federal Government funding is anticipated to keep increasing in order to enable accessible, affordable and quality aged care for Australians.
A recent IBIS industry report observed that when residents are asked to contribute more as the industry moves to a more user pays model, they may expect greater care and services and a seamless transition through the different care stages.
There’s probably no better example of how community, disability and aged care software is improving our services landscape than that of mobile applications. The Procura Mobile Health Software Solution allows you to dovetail the needs of your field staff with a subsequent quick return on your investment.
A recent Australian Financial Review article; Earnings Surge Amongst Aged Care Providers (4th Nov, 2014) revealed that… The country’s top aged care providers are almost 4 TIMES more profitable than …