ICT Strategy and Architecture Report
The Architecture Practice
This report from The Architecture Practice describes the findings of their independent assessment of the current state of aged care information, communications and assistive technology systems for the aged care sector. It found that there are major deficiencies which do not lead to positive outcomes for older Australians accessing aged care, and propose a number of actions for the Royal Commissioners to consider.
Capital financing for residential aged care: Call for submissions
The Office of the Royal Commission
The Royal Commissioners are releasing a paper describing the history of capital financing arrangements in residential aged care, and how the current arrangements operate. 'Capital Financing for Residential Aged Care' also contains a number of questions for consideration, together with details on how to make a submission.
The required return for aged care service providers
'The required return for aged care service providers' was prepared for the Royal Commission by economics consultancy firm Frontier Economics, develops a ‘building block’ model to determine the total revenue required each year for a residential aged care accommodation provider to cover its operating costs and depreciation, pay its taxes, and provide a fair return on its capital to its investors.