Aged Care Projects
Keogh Bay has undertaken a large number of Aged Care projects. Some examples are as follows:
Department of Health – NATSIFACP Training and Support Project – Keogh Bay is currently undertaking a significant remote aged care support project on behalf of the Department of Health. Through this project, Keogh Bay will train and support up to 47 NATSIFAC Program service providers to meet the new Aged Care Quality Standards (the Standards). Keogh Bay will develop and deliver training on the new Standards, adapt training materials developed by the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission, undertake two site visits to each NATSIFACP Service Provider and provide ongoing support during the transition period. For more information on this project please click here
Analysis of options for future delivery of remote disability and aged care services – Various remote service providers – Keogh Bay has undertaken several projects on behalf of remote aged care and disability service providers which considered the feasibility of future service delivery and workforce planning options in respect of the future delivery of aged care and NDIS services. Key to these deliberations was the synergies between future delivery of aged care services and NDIS services in remote locations.
Department of Health – Service Development Assistance Panel Aged Care – (various projects) – In previous roles, Keogh Bay Executive Directors Rae Samuel, Mark Kucharewicz and David Muller have undertaken a range of projects on behalf of the Department of Health to provide assistance to remote aged care providers under the Department’s Service Development Assistance Panel.
Department of Health and Ageing – Transition to ACFI funding model – Whilst working at KPMG Keogh Bay Director, Jonathan Price, oversaw a national program to provide financial modelling and business advice to over 150 residential aged care providers across Australia as part of the transition to the ACFI aged care funding model.