There are many challenges and opportunities for aged care providers in this time of significant industry reform.
While our aged care system has served Australia relatively well, it’s clear that the system as a whole needs to change. Here’s why
The royal commission should recommend the use of modern electronic systems across the aged care industry, writes Health Metrics.
Are you prepared for a market transition which is already well underway?
Driving assessment tools are gaining traction, as a way to accurately predict an individual’s capacity to drive without ever leaving the health professional’s office.
If you operate a residential aged care facility or a group of facilities and you’re not already on the road to becoming a data-driven business, then you’re at risk of failure. At best, you have a lot of catching up to do.
The Royal Commission has highlighted the need for software systems in aged care.
E-learning could help plug the training gap in rural and regional areas.
The aged care industry in Australia is changing. We’re seeing big reforms, driven by a community that expects quality of care and the safety of older adults. At Pearson, we believe that it is more important than ever to help keep the golden years golden.
Why your preferred shade matters.
The big test for any governance professional overseeing an aged care facility is to ask: ‘Would I come here myself?’
Aged care providers are facing increased market and regulatory pressures as population demographics press up against affordability issues.
Higher consumer expectations will require a new paradigm
One of the biggest risks in bringing technology into healthcare is that it will make care impersonal and increase reliance on technology at the cost of personal interaction. “But this doesn’t have to be the case”, says Ascom sales director David Williams. Mr Williams says good technology implementation in healthcare can actually bring the person […]