Did you miss the Left Field Thinking issue of SATURDAY?

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Our Left Field Thinking issue last Saturday examined a range of retirement living and aged care operators that are thinking outside of the square.

With financial, workforce and regulatory pressures continuing to increase in aged care, the need to look at new ways to maintain financial viability and compete in the freed-up market post-ACAR removal in 2024 will be key.

For retirement living operators, the move towards care at home provides opportunities to deliver new supports and services to residents – but also requires investment and an understanding of the customer.

In SATURDAY, we look at:

Out of left field – Increasing financial, regulatory and workforce pressures demand that aged care and retirement living operators think outside the box

Thinking outside the Act – The aged care sector needs a Plan C to meet the increasing costs of wages and care – and that will require providers to work beyond the Aged Care Act

No small measures – Being a stand-alone operator can offer opportunities to think outside the square, according to St. Anna’s CEO Amanda Birkin

Living the good life – The Henley on Broadwater retirement village is bringing together retirement living and aged care to deliver positive outcomes for residents and premium prices

Throwing out the ‘cookie-cutter’ – The traditional Government-dependent model of residential aged care doesn’t work, says TLC Healthcare CEO Lou Pascuzzi

Five-star thinking – Billed as Australia’s first five-star green-star design-rated residential aged care facility, Rockpool Residential Aged Care’s Carseldine site is raising the bar on technology

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