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  • Heath Downie

Unlock Hidden AN-ACC Funding Opportunities: A Message from Health Generation's MD

Dear Valued Customers and Prospective Clients,

As Managing Director of Health Generation, I understand the financial pressures faced by aged care facilities across Australia. Many believe they’ve maximised their AN-ACC funding, yet substantial amounts often remain untapped.

Fully utilising AN-ACC funding can significantly enhance your facility’s financial health and operational efficiency. Here’s how you can uncover hidden funding opportunities and leverage them for improved operations and care quality.

Understanding AN-ACC Funding: The Australian National Aged Care Classification (AN-ACC) funding model is designed to allocate resources based on individual care needs.

Key elements include comprehensive assessments and ongoing reviews to ensure funding aligns with the care provided. Staying informed about recent changes and updates to the AN-ACC model is crucial for maximising funding.

Identifying Hidden Funding Opportunities: Many facilities miss out on additional funding due to incomplete assessments or outdated documentation. Regular evaluations of each resident’s needs are essential. Key areas to focus on include:

  • Detailed Assessments: Ensure all health conditions and care needs are thoroughly documented.

  • Regular Reassessments: Schedule periodic reviews to update care plans and funding claims.

  • Training Staff: Equip your team with the knowledge and skills to accurately assess and document care needs.

Strategies to Maximise AN-ACC Funding: Implementing these strategies can help uncover hidden funding:

  • Comprehensive Staff Training: Regularly train staff on the latest assessment techniques and documentation requirements.

  • Utilise Technology: Adopt software solutions for efficient record-keeping and reporting. While many facilities rely solely on software, Health Generation’s approach combines technology with manual reviews, often uncovering over $100,000 to more than $1 million in additional funding for aged care homes.

  • Consultancy Services: Partner with aged care consultants like Health Generation to gain expert insights and guidance.

The Role of Health Generation in Enhancing Funding Efficiency: At Health Generation, we specialise in helping aged care facilities navigate the complexities of AN-ACC funding. Our services include:

  • Expert Advice: Providing tailored recommendations to optimise funding claims, ensuring that facilities receive the maximum possible funding.

  • Training Programs: Offering workshops and training sessions designed to enhance staff competency. These programs focus on accurately identifying and documenting resident care needs, leading to increased funding.

We have a proven track record of success. For example, Andrew from St Catherine’s shared his experience:

“Health Generation’s proactive approach and comprehensive reviews resulted in an uplift of $260K per annum from the first review and an additional $199K per annum from the second review. Our care staff have greatly benefited from the quality education provided, gaining confidence in identifying and documenting resident changes for AN-ACC uplift purposes.”

Maximising AN-ACC funding opportunities is vital for the financial health of aged care facilities. By reassessing current strategies and seeking expert consultancy, facilities can uncover hidden opportunities and secure additional resources.

Exclusive Offer: We invite you to unlock your Complimentary Aged Care Standards Roadmap Session with Health Generation. Our mission is to empower aged care facilities to navigate the complexities of regulatory compliance with confidence and ease.

Visit Health Generation for more information or to schedule your free consultation. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to maximise your AN-ACC funding and improve your facility’s operations.

Warm regards,

Heath Downie

Managing Director

Health Generation

For more details or to claim your free consultation, please visit our website: Health Generation.


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