Benchmarking & Insights
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We love big data! With one of the largest Aged Care databases in Australia, we capture data covering more than 40,000 beds dating back to pre-ACFI. We’re advocates for providers and use these insights to make aged care better.
Benchmarking & Insights allow you to compare your Average Daily Subsidy (ADS) to the industry average. You’ll also gain valuable insights into your ACFI claim activity and occupancy. This helps you see where you could be by showing you where you are.
Comparing your performance helps you answer the question, “what’s the best result we can achieve?”.
- See the impact industry changes have on your organisation
- Identify areas in need of operational improvement
- Focus your energy (and your teams) in the most effective way
With Mirus Benchmarking & Insights, your data is collected daily from Medicare. This ensures accuracy and there’s no need for manual data entry; leaving you with more time to focus on the really important things.
Accurate benchmarking: automatic, instant and free.
Find out more about Benchmarking & Insights and how it can benefit your facility.
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To kick start our new year, we attended the Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) innovAGEING launch, held in Canberra on 24 January 2018. innovAGEING is Australia’s national innovation network for the age services industry – a network of which Mirus Australia is a...
There’s been quite a lot of speculation of late in the aged care industry, particularly around the Residential Aged Care Reform and the announcement of the Review of the Aged Care Funding Instrument (R-ACFI). Much of this speculation is caused by uncertainty in the...