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Prevention is more cost effective than the cure

Aged Care Management Australia ( ACMA ) has been engaged by a NSW based provider to assist with managing compliance. ACMA director and principal consultant Peter Vincent says his group was recently approached to provide support in maintaining compliance and mentoring facility staff.

“Following the initial contact, 4 days ago, we will have staff on site from Monday morning. This is one of our key services to clients in preventing issues of concern from escalating to formal non-compliance and sanction. We have a 100 % success rate in dealing with these types of scenario Peter said”

In these instances, the use of a recognized nurse advisory service in a preventative mode is far more beneficial and cost effective than waiting until issues escalate sanction. ACMA provide highly experienced clinical staff including nurse educators to work with facility and organizational staff to remedy issues of clinical and operational governance and ensure compliance is maintained and sustainable.

For further details contact us via our web site www.acma.net.au

Peter Vincent

Peter held the position of Director of Nursing with ECH in Victor Harbor from July 1994 to March 2001. He was appointed as the first private sector CEO for a ’For Profit’ group in SA in 2002 until 2005.

In 2006 Peter formed Aged Care Management Australia an independent aged care consultancy that has been operating at a national level since that time, and now employs 6 staff, with a new office in Victoria.

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