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  • 2014-15 WA Budget Brief
    The new Western Australian Treasurer, Mike Nahan handed down a ‘no surprises’ budget on May 8, largely adopting previous government commitments on infrastructure spending and avoiding any hard decisions on revenue or expenditure.
  • Reform of the aged care sector
    The Living Longer Living Better legislation which recently passed the Senate, is good legislative change for a critical growth sector long term, but it will no doubt disrupt in the short to medium term.
  • Telecare and telehealth: A game changer for health and social care
    A synopsis of the available evidence on the costs and benefits of telehealth and telecare from Deloitte UK.
  • Funding and providing for aged care
    Paper presented to the Inaugural Congress of Leading Age Services Australia discussing workforce pressures in the aged care sector
  • Where is your next (aged care sector) worker?
    Paper presented to the Inaugural Congress of Leading Age Services Australia discussing workforce pressures in the aged care sector
  • Aged Care Financing Instrument
    Details of the changes to Aged Care Financing Instrument – part of the Living Longer, Living Better reforms.
  • Aged Care Financing Authority developments
    Details of the Aged Care Financing Authority launched by Federal Government including role, timeline of activity and members.
  • The Switzer Market Review
    European jitters keep markets guessing.
  • Another super penalty for people in catch-up mode
    Concessional contributions limited to $25,000 for the next two financial years.
  • Offbeat: Atrial fibrillation and the cost of preventable strokes
    One in five Australians suffering a stroke will die within the first month of its occurrence. For the four in five who survive, the impact on quality of life can be considerable, with reductions in mobility, conversation skills, memory, and perception.
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