Led by respected industry experts at StewartBrown, The Hatchery’s Navigating Home Care Funding & Reporting Changes online workshop will enable attendees to have a greater understanding of each of the reforms and how to manage them in your business operations. Each module will be interactive to allow discussion and structured to provide worked examples, understand the cash flow implications of the new funding arrangements, develop more robust unit cost and pricing methodologies and provide current benchmark and performance comparisons.
What can I expect from a virtual workshop?• The support and guidance of highly respected experts in Home Care finance and funding - Ask your questions and work through challenges in a small group setting. Spaces are capped at 25 participants.
• Module-based learning - Giving you the time to digest the content and put new knowledge and methods into practice between modules one, two and three.
• Networking opportunities - Make new connections with your peers in a small group setting
• Professional online event delivery team and live IT support - This isn’t our first rodeo. The Hatchery specialises in delivering online learning and has served thousands of customers. Our live event delivery team will be online with you to address any IT challenges and support the facilitators so everyone can focus on learning without any distractions.
Who should attend?Chief Executives and Senior Management including CFOs, COOs, General Managers and Directors from Home & Community Care Providers responsible for:
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What will you take away?
- Understand the new Home Care Quarterly Reporting regime
- Explain the implications of the Support At Home Program
- Guidance in calculating the unit cost for each service delivery
- Review of software applications
Grant Corderoy is the Senior Partner at StewartBrown and leads their Consulting division. Grant has a large and longstanding commitment and involvement with the aged care, community service and notfor-profit sector which spans across his 40 + years of professional experience. He is highly respected within the industry and regularly contributes to the financial policy and sustainability direction of these sectors in consultation with the Department, peak bodies, providers and consumer advocates.
David is the lead Partner for the Internal Audit division at StewartBrown, and also heads the Business Analyst team which is responsible for the firm’s Aged Care Financial Benchmarking Survey. David has over 35 years’ experience in professional practice with a background in audit (internal and external) and has a professional portfolio that includes a variety of consulting assignments. Previous roles include chairman and director of a NFP organisation that provided independent living and residential aged care services.
Steff is the Director of our busy Consulting Division and specialises in the financial management of aged care, retirement living, in-home care and community care. She has been seconded to long-term executive level Finance roles for several of the larger not-for-profit providers in the aged care sector. Steff has varied expertise as a professional resource in financial and statutory reporting, management accounting, project management, property and service delivery reporting, team structure, staff management (including crisis management), compliance and risk, policies and procedures, and strategic planning.
Jimmy specialises in providing services and advice to the aged care and community services businesses with a focus on the not-for-profit sector. Jimmy has worked in the chartered accounting profession for over 12 years, 6 years of which have been spent at StewartBrown. Jimmy has significant experience in assisting clients in implementing ICT systems and enhancements. This includes database structure, development of unit costing tools, chart of accounts tailoring, efficiency projects and management accounts reporting.