Also in this wrap: Braemar appoints new chief finance officer; and Benetas appoints general manager of quality, outcomes and research.
Online tours of aged care facilities can offer an alternative to strangers walking around the homes of residents.
Western-Australian aged care provider Braemar Presbyterian Care has expanded its third-party whistle-blower service for staff to allow residents and family members to also anonymously raise concerns.
Also in this wrap: OneCare unveils first stage of development; Crowley Care opens redevelopment site; and Braemar launches memory support service.
Also in this story: Braemar expands leadership team; Aveo appoints its first executive chef; and Hills appoints new head of health business.
Australian Ageing Agenda asks aged care CEOs how measures announced in the budget will likely help or hinder their organisations and the sector.
The federal government is ordering all residential care providers to supply their staff with a flu vaccine to curb aged care influenza.
Despite the sector’s many recent advances, the clinical governance systems in residential aged care “are lacking”, an Australian aged care CEO will tell an international conference.
The proposal to charge providers for unannounced accreditation visits is a cost too high for an industry-specific quality assurance system, writes Wayne Belcher.
Also in this wrap: Village manager movement at RetireAustralia.
Baptistcare WA appoints Russell Bricknell as chief executive officer; Braemar appoints Wayne Belcher as CEO; Vik Jeyakumar appointed chief executive officer at Kira; and three new appointments to Aged Care Financing Authority.
ACSWA announces the final contenders for this year’s Awards for Excellence in Care