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With a new Aged Care Act along with new Aged Care Regulatory Model and Strengthened Aged Care Quality Standards coming into place in 2024, Aged care providers around Australia are facing unprecedented challenges in ensuring their quality assurance, safety, and risk management measures are sufficiently robust to meet compliance and operational requirements outlined in new regulatory reform. 

If Australia is to develop its Aged Care sector to provide world-leading safe and quality services, it will need to adopt innovative quality, safety and risk systems and solutions aimed at improving participant care and quality standards, reducing workforce burdens, meeting quality and compliance requirements, and strengthening governance.  

​If you would like to meet, engage, and partner with Aged Care leaders across Quality, Safety, Risk, Compliance, Care, Workforce, HR, Funding & Finance, you need to be at the National Aged Care Convention 2024.  


Key Delegate Challenges

  • Prepare for the new Aged Care Act, improve quality of care, maintain compliance and mitigate regulatory risk

  • Conduct auditing and reporting on clinical quality, safety and risk outcomes in a timely, comprehensive and efficient manner

  • Ensure effective governance and risk control processes to drive continuous improvement in quality of care

  • Adapt services and environments to meet the complex and diverse needs of an ageing population

  • Implement comprehensive safety and risk management strategies to ensure the well-being and safety of aged care residents

  • Ensure the delivery of high-quality, person-centered care amidst financial and operational pressures in aged care

  • Establish robust risk management frameworks to identify, assess, and mitigate risks in aged care operations

  • Leverage technology to enhance care quality, operational efficiency, and resident engagement in aged care

Helping providers transition to the new Support at Home Program to improve quality outcomes, safety standards, risk and employee experience in home care.

Senior leaders and executives from home care providers responsible for:

  • Home care coordination

  • Support at Home reform

  • Quality assurance

  • Clinical governance

  • Risk management

  • Strategy Development

  • Operational and process improvement

  • Finance

  • Service delivery

  • Innovation

  • Client Engagement

Connecting aged care providers with enhanced recruitment and retention strategies, advanced workforce automation, and comprehensive training solutions.

Senior leaders and executives from Aged Care sectors who are involved in:

  • Human Resources

  • Workforce Planning

  • People and Culture

  • Recruitment and Talent Acquisition

  • Staffing and Resourcing

  • Workforce Engagement

  • Workforce Operations

  • Process Improvement

  • Service Delivery

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Guiding aged care providers towards financial resilience with innovative funding strategies, operational efficiency, and sustainable care models.

Senior leaders and executives from the Aged Care sectors responsible for funding & financing:

  • CFOs

  • Finance Directors & Directors

  • Financial Controllers

  • Head of Finance & Commercial

  • ANACC Managers

  • Facility Managers

  • CEOs

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