Executive Lead, Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council
Anne Livingstone (Executive Lead, Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council) has been involved in the community care service sector for four three decades – specifically in the areas of service delivery, research and development. She is committed to delivering innovative, quality and responsive community services through person-centred care.
What is the Evidence Indicating as the Drivers of Effective and Quality Change for Digitally Enable Care and Support of Older People
Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council (ACIITC) has an established long-term history of providing quality evidence to inform decision and policy making in relation to promoting and realising digitally enabled care and support of older people as well as advocating for the needs and improvements that are required in the aged and community sector to achieve this. Over the past five years an extensive body of work has been undertaken by ACIITC which builds a pathway to a clear understanding of what the evidence is for the investment in and the activities needed to fully achieve an acceptable level of digital maturity. These explorations include the key considerations for workforce development, service model design and technology applications.
This presentation will explore a range of specific topics including detailing the results of ACIITC 2023 National Aged and Community Care Digital Maturity Survey, the Use of Clinical Care Systems in Residential Aged Care research investigations, Data Standardisation priorities, along with resource development and investment pathways that are required. Our presentation will detail the practical considerations required to effectively position for the digitally enable care and support required in the age of change for aged and community care providers.