New ACFI model explained

The AN-ACC assessment and funding model is based on the following six key design elements:

  • resident funding assessment to be separate from resident care planning assessments

  • funding assessment to be undertaken by external assessors capturing the information necessary to assign a resident to a payment class

  • care planning assessment to be undertaken by the aged care facility based on resident needs and underpinned by consumer directed care principles

  • a one-off adjustment payment for each new resident that recognises additional but time-limited resource requirements when someone enters residential care

  • a fixed price per day for the costs of care that are shared equally by all residents and that may vary by location and other factors

  • a variable price per day for the costs of individualised care for each resident based on their AN-ACC casemix class.

Read more at Ageing Agenda: https://www.australianageingagenda.com.au/2019/03/20/residents-payment-class-not-to-be-secret-from-until-after-entry-under-proposed-model/

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