Choice will be a determining factor of success within the aged care sector over the next few years for facilities across Australia.
The DSS appointed KPMG to provide transitional business advisory services (TBAS) for aged care providers, until at least June 2015.
A new front in the battle against chronic pain has been opened by the NSW Government, with new documentation leading the charge.
It’s important for aged care providers to be aware of the changes the baby boomers will bring, and prepare facilities appropriately.
A business budget can seem at times unnecessary, but it’s absolutely essential for ongoing operations and future purchases.
The Australian National Commission of Audit has outlined recommendations for the future of the sector over the next few years.
A leading industry body, Leading Age Services Australia, claims that the budget changes could have a negative effect on residents.
The 2014 Aged Care Approvals Round (ACAR) opened on May 24, providing a good option for providers seeking to build residential places.
The coming financial benefits for hiring older Australians will make the prospect attractive for aged care facilities.
The My Aged care portal website is set to change over the next two years, following trials on the east coast.