In addition to assessing the financial case for new technology, providers need to determine how staff, residents and the organisation will benefit from a proposed deployment, a provider tells Australian Ageing Agenda.
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Also in this wrap: Blue Care opens redeveloped facility; Opal unveils Blacktown facility; and Lyndoch Living acquires May Noonan Centre.
Also in this wrap: Opal opens new facility; RetireAustralia unveils new villas; and Carinity announces renovations to its Karinya Place facility.
Also in this wrap: Lifeview opens new extension; Lyndoch Living collaborates with South West TAFE; and Mercy Health implements small household living model.
Organisations named in the recent report on the tax practices of for-profit aged care providers say it contains misleading statements and inaccurate comparisons, submissions to a Senate inquiry show.
Also in this wrap: Benetas building integrated facility; and Central Coast Community Care launches facility extension.
Also in this wrap: ACH Group appoints Mary Patetsos as chair and the Public Health Association of Australia announces a new CEO.
In this wrap: Resthaven names manager of new facility; Opal announces two new executives; Amanda Terranova returns to Mirus; and Andrea Coote continues as chair of quality advice group.
Gary Barnier steps down from Opal Aged Care while long-serving chief of LHI Retirement Services Tim Gray retires.
Also in this story: Opal opens $27 million aged facility near Newcastle; SwanCare gets green light for $60 million upgrade; and Twilight forms new community alliance.
Also in this wrap: construction starts on Stockland’s Somerton Park; next phase of Aveo’s Newcastle development brought forward; works underway at Churches of Christ Warwick Campus.
Also in this story: Anglican Care picks up an independent facility in Bulahdelah, St Catherine’s residents move in to new Bathurst facility; and Australian Unity opens Glen Waverley aged and retirement living facility.
In this story: Scalabrini opens doors at Chipping Norton redevelopment; Rosewood applies for planning approval to transform West-Perth facility; Williams Landing’s first aged care facility gets underway; and Opal Bankstown starts construction.
Providers need to find ways to encourage consumers to invest in their own care or else they rely on government funding that won’t keep pace, says CEO.