The Australian Aged Care System 2.0: Why You Need To Prepare For Change

With enhanced competitive pressures, an ageing population with unique needs and wants, and a changing legislative and funding landscape, the aged care industry is approaching a transformational era.

The system as a whole needs substantial adjustment and the organisations that are resistant to change will face growing financial and competitive pressures.

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Aged Care 2.0 Checklist

Identify How You Can Improve Your Preparedness for Aged Care 2.0

Change presents opportunities for innovation and growth. The successful organisations of the 2020s will be those that effectively balance commercial imperatives with a quality of care that places residents at the centre of everything the organisation does.

These industry leaders, both emerging and current will have robust systems and processes. Download this checklist to help you evaluate the strength of yours.


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IIoT Quiz Answers

Demographic changes impact aged care funding feasibility. In 1970, there were 7.5 working-aged people to support each Australian aged over 65. In 2010, the ratio was 5 to 1, and by 2050 it is projected to be…

Despite the relatively longer periods Australian’s spend in ill-health, what proportion of Australian’s aged 65 and over did not access government-subsidised aged care services in recent years?

Demand for informal care is predicted to outstrip supply in 10 years. In recent times, what proportion of older Australians have been receiving support from family, friends and neighbours for their mobility, care and communication needs?

(Fill in the blanks) Without change, by 2040, Australia’s health and aged care system will require an extra $_____ for aged care and hospital capital costs, along with an additional $_____ annually for operating costs.

Without a change to the current system, by 2040, Australia will need a total of how many additional aged care workers?

In 2017-2018 user payments accounted for more than 25% of the total funding in residential care. What proportion of Home Care Packages program funding is made up of user contributions?

People took over 1,000 different pathways into aged care between 1997 – 2014. What proportion of people in this period accessed home and community care before other care programs?