Harnessing Innovation and Technology to create sustainable aged care services.

New Report: Use of Clinical Care Systems in Residential Aged Care

ACIITC is thrilled to announce the release of our latest research report Use of Clinical Care Systems in Residential Aged Care. This report identifies a range of challenges and barriers for aged care providers when adopting clinical care software in their practice. The findings also detail the opportunities and potential for enhanced uptake of clinical care software for residential care providers with respect to improving data collection, enhanced care planning, and providing a better quality of care for older Australians.

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Call for Aged and Community Care Providers to Submit Expression of Interest

ACIITC has established three (3) National Roundtables to engage specific sectors of the industry and to promote collaboration and activities focused on the uptake of technology and innovation in the industry.

The current National Roundtable focus areas include:

  1. Technology Specific Considerations
  2. Service Model and Workforce Reform
  3. Financial Considerations, including Return on Investment (ROI) and Research and Development (R&D).

Download the CARE-IT Report

The Minister for Aged Care and Senior Australians launched the Aged and Community Care Innovation and Technology Capabilities and Readiness (CARE-IT) Report on 26 November 2020. This important publication adds significantly to the collective understanding of the sector, its current level of digital maturity and the significant opportunities technology and innovation can offer in providing a more sustainable and high quality aged and community care sector.