A Technology Roadmap for the Australian Aged Care Sector: prepared by the Medical Device Research Institute for the Aged Care Industry IT Council (ACIITC)

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Abstract

The Technology Roadmap for Aged Care was commissioned by the Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council (ACIITC) in late 2016. The Council intended that this Roadmap would be an accompaniment to the Aged Care Roadmap (2016)1, providing a technology-specific focus on reform. The following six objectives were articulated by the Council:1.Provide a summary of key global research and quantitative evidence currently available with respect to technological deployment and advancement in the aged care sector.2.Facilitate a consultative process with the ACIITC Board and its Committees to canvass a range of views and consider these in the project outcomes.3.Detail requirements of technological advancement and adoption required to meet the obligations and outcomes, as outlined in the (Aged Care) Sector Roadmap’s nine key domain areas.4.Acknowledge the short, medium and long term considerations required to position the sector for the most appropriate uptake and deployment of technology.5.Detail recommendations of funding requirements in respect to technology for the sector,including identification and detailing of what other funding/regulation changes are needed to enable mainstream adoption of technology across the industry.6.Identify any key issues or considerations with respect to technology which emerge from the project and that may not have been detailed in the Sector Roadmap.
Original languageEnglish
TypeThe Aged Care Industry IT Council Technology Roadmap for Aged Care
PublisherFlinders University
Number of pages53
Place of PublicationAdelaide, Australia
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2017

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