Topic: What the proposed new residential Aged Care assessment and funding model means for you. 

Day: Tuesday 13 October

Time:  3:30pm-4:00pm AEDT


As we know, the report from the Royal Commission is due to be released this November. Within this will be findings from the inquiry into Aged Care funding, finance and prudential regulation for Aged Care

The implementation of the new assessment and funding model, whatever form or timeline is set, will have a macro effect on all aspects of Aged Care organisations, from the new operational framework, workforce planning, maintaining and improving quality of care outcomes, and commercial viability, visibility and sustainability. While this may seem overwhelming, it’s imperative to get ahead of these changes and plan for the commercial and operational challenges that are on the horizon. Otherwise, service providers will fall behind, and it will be a very costly exercise to catch up to industry leaders.

In this presentation, Rohling International will be outlining what the introduction of a new assessment and funding model means for operators within the industry, regardless of what will ultimately replace ACFI. Rohling International will walk you through what you can strategically plan for now in order to get ahead of these changes, and thrive in the changing Aged Care landscape. 






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