Get the knowledge you need to transition your skills from ACFI to AN-ACC

The Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) will transition to the new Australian National Aged Care Classification (AN-ACC) funding model on 1 October 2022. This course will provide support for your funding management teams to understand the new model for residential aged care funding.

This short online course will guide you through the AN-ACC funding model, the case mix classification and the AN-ACC assessments. You’ll gain a clear roadmap of what’s ahead as you transition from ACFI to AN-ACC and an understanding of the complete AN-ACC process to help you advance in your role.

The role of an AN-ACC Coordinator is substantially different to that of an ACFI Coordinator. The AN-ACC model will require residential aged care providers to analyse data and make informed decisions on which resident to admit, when to ask for a reclassification (up or down) and how this will impact care minutes and the roster. ACFI to AN-ACC Essentials will help you understand the differences and skills needed.

Get 10% off when booking 3 or more participants

Course features

3-hour course

3 hour course no pre-work

3 CPD points & certificate

You’ll earn 3 CPD points and receive a certificate of attendance

100% online

Participate in a live and interactive group workshop over Zoom

Course content

  • Background to the AN-ACC Funding model
  • Funding including the NWAU, weightings, mandatory care minutes, and Allied Health
  • The AN-ACC Assessment Tool
  • Tools, resources and insights to support ongoing learning

Who should attend?

  • ACFI Coordinators
  • Officers
  • Consultants
  • Managers
  • Care Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Finance Managers
  • Executives

Testimonials

“The course was well presented and not rushed. The facilitator encouraged participants to engage in discussions and ask questions.”

Alex, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021
“All was valuable as my knowledge of the workings of AN-ACC is minimal. I particularly found seeing the clinical assessments that will be used to assess a resident most interesting.”

Erin, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021
“Having the items that I have read in current Dept reports and available info explained deeper and clearly so as now I understand AN-ACC processes and requirements in greater detail. I am looking forward to the advanced course.”

Catherine, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021
“Specific worked examples done in real time to demonstrate the calculations slide content was really well put together and easy to follow.”

Louise, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021
“I feel much better prepared to undertake ACFI assessments now than I did before attending the program.”

Andrew, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021
“I previously had no understanding of the level of complexity behind the current ACFI and the transition to AN-ACC has been explained well.”

Leonie, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021
“All was valuable as my knowledge of the workings of AN-ACC is minimal. I particularly found seeing the clinical assessments that will be used to assess a resident most interesting.”

Erin, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021
“I had done a lot of reading and introducing myself to AN-ACC and it was great to have that information presented and be able to follow along and have clarification on some of the points.”

Siobhan, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021
“Great to interact with others and share knowledge too. Great to understand the timelines and objectives.”

Lisa, AN-ACC Essentials participant, 2021

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What are the benefits of attending?

For aged care providers of residential aged care services, the introduction of AN-ACC means they will need to realign their people, processes, some organisation structures, and data reporting to understand the new funding model. They will need to look at their residents through a new lens and know how to start the revenue process and build the clinical evidence for the independent assessment teams to confirm. For Care managers and ACFI coordinators, their transitional journey starts now as evidence shows the introduction of new funding models can take years to embed. This course will help by providing:

  • Clarity for revenue management professionals on what the new funding world will look like 
  • Connection with colleagues in the field to share experiences and practical steps to help manage change 
  • A roadmap for what you can start doing today in order to be ready for Shadow Assessments and October 2022 
  • Knowledge of Mirus tools that can offer insights and support
  • An understanding of the AN-ACC clinical assessment tool and process
  • A certificate of attendance with accredited CPD points 

FAQ’s about our AN-ACC Essentials course

Are there any pre-requisites?

There are no pre-requisites, but a working knowledge of the ACFI (Aged Care Funding Instrument) framework will help you understand the differences between it and AN-ACC (The Australian National Aged Care Classification).

Are there readings or pre-work required?

There are no readings or pre-work required for this course.

What is the format of this course? 

1 Virtual Session: 3 hours 
The course runs online in a live session over Zoom platform.  
You will receive instructions when you register your participation 

Do you have any questions?

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