In a world where efficiency and output are some of the most common measures of success, Lumary approached these goals in a way that prioritised their most important resource – their people.
The aged care industry in Australia is one with constant challenges, and one such challenge that remains at the forefront of the news is the shortage of care workers.
The National Aged Care Mandatory Quality Indicator Program contributes a wealth of information, but it’s not without criticism due to the additional reporting burden.
The Australian population continues to age, with one in every six Australians aged over 65 years1. This makes the need for aged care and support services a priority, but the aged care industry is struggling under the weight of post-Royal Commission regulation changes and rampant understaffing. With a shortage of residential aged care beds putting […]
SPONSORED – In the ever-busy aged care industry, organisation is paramount. Strained staff struggle to balance providing intensive resident care, maintaining exceptional hygiene, and running administrative services. With resident care the most important focus, it is understandable how administrative tasks can be seen as a lower priority as they take personnel away from their primary purpose. […]
SPONSORED – In an industry such as aged care where staff and organisations are time-poor and stretched to the limit, the ability to manage their financial obligations in an efficient and comprehensive manner is the key to success. With funding models changing as often as state and federal governments do, budgeting appropriately for resources is a […]
A rapidly ageing population and the pressure this will put on our aged care services is one of the biggest challenges facing the industry, says Lite n’ Easy National Business Development Manager for Home Care, Sarah Simeon.
The aged care industry has undergone major upheaval in Australia in the last few years and this impact has certainly been felt within the marketing disciplines. Even the savviest of marketing professionals have had to adapt their strategies to suit the changing environment, and a strategy of ‘test-learn-optimise’ is the mantra of those riding the ups and downs of the sector.
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