Transitioning to a contemporary service in a consumer-driven market place

Aged Care Summit

(held at Victorian Healthcare Week)

vhwlogo

The aged care sector is going through a period of transformational change. 

From the 27 February, funding for a home care package will follow the consumer and they will be in charge of deciding where they spend their money and with which provider. In light of this reform, aged care providers need to be more customer centric than ever before which is driving the internal transformation and reassessment of delivery models to ensure they transition to a contemporary service in a competitive market place.

Offically opened by Shona McQueen, Assistant Secretary - Home Care Reform Branch, Department of Health, join more than 15+ aged care speakers at the Aged Care Summit taking place between 28-29 August at Victorian Healthcare Week 2017.

Event structure at a glance:

Health Facilities Design and Development Summit: 28-29 August
Digital Healthcare Summit:28-29 August
NEW to 2017 - 2 Day Aged Care Summit: 28-29 August
NEW to 2017 - Dedicated Disrupt Healthcare Stage: 28 August

Download Agenda

Featured Speakers

View All Speakers

Why attend 2017?

icon1

Consumer Directed Care (CDC) – the impact on consumers and providers

icon3

Remaining competitive in a consumer driven market place

icon5

Revising your business model in response to government reform and consumer demand

icon3

Communicating with the consumer – challenges in planning and contracting support services

icon5

Workforce requirements – do you have the necessary skills to administer CDC?

icon1

Innovations in technology to enhance and enable ageing in Place

icon3

Rethinking the way we provide care for people living with dementia.

icon5

Moving away from traditional models of aged care, to a restorative and teaching model

icon3

The design and delivery of retrofit and new build aged care facilities

icon5

Understanding the technology investments that can bring long term financial savings and improved patient care