Following Commissioner Lynelle Briggs’ comments that the royal commission’s final report is set to turn the entire sector upside-down, CEOs can’t afford to wait any longer, writes Sandra Hills.
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Consumer directed care is driving the accumulation of unspent funds, according to new research.
Providers in three states have all recently won awards for their business or marketing initiatives.
Also in this wrap: Benetas appoints general manager of residential services.
Also in this wrap: Benetas appoints new general manager and sector representatives appointed to attend China APEC forum.
Also in this wrap: Redevelopment confirmed for Curtin Heritage Living; and builder of Benetas picks up excellence award.
A Victorian provider has launched a new initiative to recognise the outstanding work its employees undertake every day.
More than 16,000 elderly people died waiting for home care in 2017-18. We can and must do better, writes Dr Olivia Ball.
In this wrap: Benetas property general manager steps down; Australian Medical Association appoints secretary general; and National Rural Health Alliance appoints CEO.
Aged care expert Associate Professor Michael Murray has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
There are more concerning omissions than positive inclusions in this month’s federal budget including no new measures to fix funding in residential aged care, training gaps or the waiting time for services, providers say.
Also in this story: Council on the Ageing WA appoints new CEO.
Also in this wrap: Resthaven Murray Bridge officially opens; MiCare gets the green light for new facility; and Benetas Dalkeith Hostel expansion supports new model of care.
Former Benetas chairman John McKenzie has joined a group of other Australians honoured for their contribution to the community and the aged care sector this Australia Day.