CEDA – The tipping point for aged care – Including Ageing Minister David Davis

Friday, 18 October, Melbourne.
Join Minister David Davis and key industry commentators for an analysis of current aged care reforms.

Friday, 18 October 2013, 8.30am to 2.00pm
RMIT University, Storey Hall, 342 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Join Minister David Davis and key industry commentators for an analysis of current aged care reforms.

The tipping point for aged care will examine:

  • current government policy and recent reforms and discuss whether they go far enough to build a capable aged care system for the future;
  • aged care facilities versus staying at home and how to finance these alternative options; and
  • the future of aged care in Victoria with a keynote address by Victorian Minister for Ageing, David Davis.

Whether you’re immersed in the aged care sector on a day to day basis, or a stakeholder or service provider to the sector, you will want to add your voice to this important discussion.

Meet the speakers

Reform implementation and policy direction on aged care

  • Living longer, living better – reform update and outlook
    Michael Woods, Deputy Chairman, Productivity Commission
  • The view from industry – Do reforms go far enough?
    Sandra Hills, Chief Executive Officer, Benetas
  • Older Australian’s perspective of reforms – Are there gaps?
    Pat Sparrow, Director – Aged Care Reform, COTA Australia

Where to from here? Aged care of the future

  • Aged care into the digital era
    Dr Sarah Dods, Health Services Research Theme Leader – Digital Productivity and Services, CSIRO
  • An industry perspective – Choice, control and easier access
    Louis Dudley, Managing Director, Bupa Care Services Australia
  • Financing for the future
    Professor David Hayward, Dean – School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT

For more information contact:
Mikaela Figgis
03 9652 8402
Mikaela.figgis@ceda.com.au
http://www.ceda.com.au/events/eventdetails/2013/10/v131018?EventCode=V131018

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