Caring for Older Australians - Public Inquiry
Australian Government – Productivity Commission
The Treasurer, in consultation with the Minister for Ageing, has asked the Productivity Commission to conduct a Public Inquiry into the aged care system in Australia. In carrying out the Inquiry the Commission will develop options for further structural reform of the aged care system to prepare it to meet the challenges facing it in coming decades.
As part of the Inquiry the Commission will consult widely with older Australians, their carers, aged care providers, government agencies and other stakeholders.
The briefing paper below summarises the Inquiry’s Terms of Reference, the Public Inquiry process and outlines key issues facing the aged care sector.
What Deloitte can offer interested parties and stakeholders
Deloitte has deep expertise in the fields of aged care and the Australian healthcare system in general.
We are one of the few firms in Australia to be able to provide fully integrated professional advisory services which include dealing with issues currently facing the industry including:
- Cash flow forecasts and modelling
- Declining profitability
- Debt funding and refinance for capital expenditure programs
- M&A and exit strategy alternatives
- Valuation services including understanding the impact of the proposed changes on value.
We will be monitoring developments in the Caring for Older Australians Public Inquiry process, and have experts available to meet with interested parties and stakeholders to discuss the implications and possible impacts of the Commission’s findings as they are reported.
Download the full report below.