The aged care industry’s technology peak has launched a peer mentoring initiative to help build capacity and a technology-enabled aged care sector.
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Global standards can benefit ageing societies and the wellbeing of older citizens, an upcoming conference on ageing will hear.
Also in this wrap: Benetas appoints new general manager and sector representatives appointed to attend China APEC forum.
Organisations and individuals in the aged care sector have been recognised for their outstanding achievements in developing and implementing technology systems at a gala dinner in Adelaide this week.
Also in this wrap: BallyCara announces new director of the Sona Institute; Anne Livingstone and Dr Sabrina Pit appointed to ISO technical committee; and International Council of Nurses appoints Australian CEO.
The Aged Care Industry IT Council is facilitating a webinar for community care providers on how organisations can take advantage of the findings of the aged care technology roadmap.
In this story: Richard Hearn appointed chair of the UnitingCare Aged Care Network; aged care ICT innovator Anne Livingstone appointed to Forde Foundation for care leavers.
Living Labs, which encourage co-design and co-creation with service users, are assisting services to be better designed and tailored to what clients want and need, write Anne Livingstone and Elizabeth Dodd.
Aged care sector representatives have welcomed the government’s move to replace the outdated system for aged care payments, which continues to cause major challenges for providers.
The Aged Care Industry IT Company is pressing ahead with the department on improving business to government processes in collaboration with vendors, and is working on a sector-wide and cross-sector technology strategy in conjunction with disability counterparts, it writes in this update.
The Australian Government should launch and fund a large-scale ICT project on the health and wellbeing of older people that links with similar international projects, a visiting international expert on smart homes has advised.
Continuing its regular column in Technology Review in the year ahead, the Aged Care Industry IT Company writes it will focus on influencing, informing and ensuring technology is at the forefront of consideration.
A medium-sized NSW home care provider that transformed compliance and quality through IT is among the winners of this year’s Information Technology in Aged Care awards, Natasha Egan reports from the event.
Continuing the new regular column in Technology Review, the Aged Care Industry IT Company updates on its activities including its now regular consultation with DSS and new initiatives in the works.