Mirus Industry Analysis (MIA) – May 2022 edition

May 10, 2022 | Aged Care Management

Mirus Industry Analysis (MIA)

Changing care needs move the goal posts on recently released AN-ACC assessments

Rob Covino presents Mirus Industry Analysis (MIA), a series of monthly insights into the key performance indicators and cumulative industry trends from the 90,000+ beds we monitor for financial sustainability. 

Welcome to the May 2022 edition of Mirus Industry Analysis (MIA). 

Revenue management (starts at 0:04)

The industry saw modest gains in the Average Daily Subsidy across April, sitting at $193. Watch the video for information on the Voluntary ACFI claiming, complex health care (CHC) trends including 4b and 5 and claims greater than 12 months.

Admissions management (starts at 1:42)

Occupancy levels declined slightly over the month of April at 87.20% occupied bed days. Watch the video for more including permanent and new permanent admissions, acuity of admissions, % of new admissions from hospitals, new ACFI’s versus departed ACFI’s, average age of admissions and respite bed days used.

Workforce management (starts at 2:56)

Agency minutes increased by 28% over April, while allied health declined by 31%. Watch the video to see more data on RN minutes, delivered care minutes per bed per day, AIN/EN minutes and more.

As a MIA subscriber you will have access to the full data set breakdown as a downloadable PDF.

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About Mirus Industry Analysis (MIA) 

We love numbers and we love data! With one of the largest Aged Care databases in Australia, each month we bring you MIA – a monthly wrap up of insights captured from data covering 90,000+ beds.  

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