Mirus Industry Analysis (MIA) – January 2022 edition

January 20, 2022 | Aged Care Management

Claiming activity and delivered care minutes lower in December 

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 January 2022 edition of Mirus Industry Analysis (MIA). 

Revenue management (starts at 0:08)

December saw the Average Daily Subsidy (ADS) for the industry at $192. The voluntary ACFI claiming came backward across both not-for-profit and private operators, ending the month with around 2.5% of voluntary claims submitted. Watch the video for more including data on claims older than 12 months and complex health care (CHC) trends including 4B and 5.

Admissions management (starts at 1:29)

Occupancy levels remained stable in December, finishing the year with just under 89% of occupied bed days. Watch the video for more including: new admissions, new admissions directly from hospital, average new ACFI’s versus departed ACFI’s, average age of admissions and respite bed days used.

Workforce management (starts at 2:58)

The care minute average in December saw a slight decline, achieving 127 mins of direct resident care.  Watch the video for more including: registered nurse (RN) minutes, agency minutes, allied health minutes and more.


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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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