The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’s long-awaited final report released on the 1st of March revealed a need for innovation in the use of information, data and technology among its 148-recommendations.  This included universal adoption of data recording and analysis, digital technology and the My Health Record – aiming to improve transparency and decision-making capabilities among healthcare services, the Government and residential aged care facilities.

The Aged Care sector must now balance the adoption of new technological solutions, while ensuring their usability as they navigate the future of the industry off the back of the commission’s recommendations. History is full of companies that have failed despite being leaders in technology. Nokia was technologically focussed and led the world with their inventions until Apple struck a balance between technology, data and innovation to achieve optimal usability through data.

What does the Future of Ageing look like now that the industry has full insight into the commission’s final recommendations, and as we await the government’s full response in May? We hope to explore these implications in this panel discussion featuring an expert lineup from across the aged care sector, including leading providers tasked with innovatively transforming their businesses.

During the webinar you will have the opportunity to ask questions live, or you may like to ask them in advance in the registration area below. All questions will be answered either in the webinar itself or directly following the event. We look forward to generating insightful discussions as we navigate these uncertain times together. Register today for this live panel discussion on March 17 at 1pm Sydney/Melbourne/Canberra time.

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