TWO DAY HYBRID CONFERENCE
Preparing for the reform & positioning your service for success
Conference Date
4-5 April 2023
Location
Hybrid: Sydney & Online
Early Bird - Save $600
Book by 16/12/22

Overview

Ensuring sustainability under the new Support at Home program
The new Support at Home Program and broader sector-wide reforms will have a significant impact on the way that Home and Community Care services are delivered and funded.

With the rollout date for the new program moved to July 2024, providers have many questions over what the final model will look like, and fundamentally, concerns regarding the sustainability of their service under the new program. And while these questions remain, there’s already some signs of what to expect and how services can prepare for a successful transition.

At a critical time for the sector, the Future of Home and Community Care conference, developed by The Hatchery in partnership with COTA Australia, will bring together expert, sector and consumer perspectives as we explore the potential Support at Home models and what it could mean for you. We’ll also unpack timely developments impacting Home & Community Care providers including regulatory changes, the implementation of the recent Serious Incident Response Scheme, the future role of care management and changes to the care assessment model.

Don’t miss the opportunity to join us in-person or virtually to discuss the most pressing issues facing Home & Community Care providers as we share critical insights and identify practical strategies.

Why attend this event?

  • Hear timely insights from respected leaders within the sector including government individuals, academics, home care providers, peak bodies & consumers to ensure your organisation is ready to adapt to the reform
  • Access need-to-know information both in person & virtually
  • Maximise your learning outcomes by attending the pre & post conference workshops
  • Share your thoughts & ask questions during live Q&A & meet individuals from the sector at our interactive networking sessions

  • Who will attend?

    Chief Executives, General Managers, Directors & Managers from Home & Community Care providers with responsibilities for:
  • Operations
  • Clinical, Quality & Care Delivery
  • Finance, Risk & Compliance
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing & Communication
  • Key benefits of attending

    • Explore potential Support at Home program models & how they are being implemented
    • Examine the future role of care management
    • Gain insights into the integrated aged care assessment model
    • Hear how to leverage technology to enhance consumer experience & drive business efficiency
    • Unpack changes to the home care regulatory environment
    • Gain insights on the implementation of the Serious Incident Response Scheme & best practice for Incident Management
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    Key Speakers

    Dr Nicholas Hartland
    First Assistant Secretary, In Home Aged Care
    Department of Health and Aged Care
    Nick Morgan
    Assistant Secretary Home Support and Assessment Branch
    Department of Health and Aged Care
    Joanne Fitzgerald
    Chief Executive Officer
    Independent Hospital Pricing Authority
    Pat Sparrow
    Chief Executive Officer
    COTA Australia