Aged Care Funding Instrument – ACFI Business Rules
CPD Hours / Duration
0.5 hour/s
Cost
Depends on Membership level

Aged Care Funding Instrument – ACFI Business Rules

Presenter Pam Bridges, Consultant - Pam Bridges Consulting

R.N., BACH in Social Welfare, Grad Dip Health Services 

Pam is a Registered Nurse with a BA in Social Welfare and a Graduate Diploma in Health Services Management.  Over her career, she has been involved with a wide range of State and National Committees and Reference Groups representing industry views and interests.

Pam has been working at PBC – Pam Bridges Consulting – for the past six years where she has undertaken a wide range of tasks including Nurse Adviser, Expert Witness tasks for the Coroner, Complaint investigations, Gap audits and more.  This work has been carried out in both the residential and home care sectors.

Pam has held the position of President of Nurses in Management (NIMAC) for the past 20 + years. 

Course Content

Aged Care Funding Instrument – ACFI Business Rules

The Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) is the assessment process that is undertaken in Residential Aged Care services to determine the level of funding that the facility will receive to provide care and services to each individual.

The ACFI requires aged care services staff to undertake a number of assessments to identify the service requirements of clients under various headings. The overall result equates to a funding allocation for that individual. It is important that staff understand the ACFI process to ensure that the assessment and ongoing evaluation of the client under the ACFI rules so that all available funding is claimed. The ACFI is administered by the Federal Government and an auditing system is in place to ensure the claims that are made are correct. 

In this webinar, Pam will present an update of the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI)

Target Audience

Learning Outcomes

In this session you will:

  • Gain an understanding of the Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI)
  • Explore the key areas of assessment
  • Investigate the application of the assessment tools
  • Discuss key areas to support claims made