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AlayaCare University: Empower your team with expert-led training

AlayaCare University: Empower your team with expert-led training

By AlayaCare / May 11, 2023

Onboarding and training agency staff can be a very time-consuming process. Agencies currently rely on siloed Learning Management Systems (LMS), creating friction and time lags that prevent staff from getting up to speed quickly with software solutions and other custom-required skills. This in turn drags out the onboarding or upskilling process and prevents agency staff…

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Are You Ready to Deliver NDIS Services? Six Key Questions to Ask

By AlayaCare / May 30, 2019

In Australia, a program being rolled out nationwide is designed to give people who live with a disability the support they need. The objective of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is to help propel these Australians to live full lives, pursue their goals, be independent, fully engage in the workplace, and actively take part…

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AIRDOCS Offers Custom Communications to AlayaCare Clients

By AlayaCare / December 18, 2018

AlayaCare is fortunate to enjoy many strong partnerships with companies whose tools amplify our software platform and provide even greater value to our clients. One such company is AIRDOCS, whose friendly staff you may have met at our Better Outcomes Conferences this past year in Niagara Falls, Canada and Adelaide, Australia.

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AlayaCare Budget Module: Effortlessly Define & Track Income Vs. Expenses

By AlayaCare / May 25, 2018

Several countries, such as France, Germany and Australia, have implemented self-directed models of care delivery, boosting patient satisfaction by giving individuals and families a greater say in their care packages. This model emphasizes clients’ right to have more visibility, engagement, and arguably the most integral component—choice in the care and services they receive.

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Rise of the Dutch Model of Neighbourhood Care

By AlayaCare / May 11, 2018

Almelo is a town of about 72,000 residents that sits in eastern Holland. It is there, around the middle of last decade, where a local nurse named Jos de Blok decided to do something about the growing frustration that he and other colleagues felt about having less time for actual patient care.

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Important Predictions for Homecare in 2018

By AlayaCare / November 8, 2017

As we look towards 2018 in the homecare sector, we see a global market filled with opportunity and growth. That doesn’t mean that homecare providers will get to rest on their laurels as the industry continues to be beset by caregiver shortages, shifting funding models, and an overall empowerment by clients to receive care on…

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The Role of Telehealth in a Consumer Directed Care Model

By AlayaCare / April 6, 2017

The latest phase of Consumer Directed Care (CDC) implementation for community aged care promotes a market-driven approach that empowers clients; it emphasizes clients’ right to have more visibility, engagement, and arguably the most integral component—choice in the care and services they receive. Most aged care providers are poorly positioned to accommodate this shift due to lack…

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How to Ensure your Home Care Agency is Ready for Consumer Directed Care

By AlayaCare / February 14, 2017

With consumer-centred care on the rise across the globe, the aged care sector is getting their gears ready for the latest regulation implemented in Australia – Consumer Directed Care (CDC). Effective February 28, 2017, providers will be required to provide a new level of financial accountability and transparency with consumers. The goal of CDC is…

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Consumer Directed Services: Putting the Home Care Client First

By AlayaCare / June 9, 2016

Consumer Directed Services (CDS) models have been a concept in healthcare for some time now. The model name varies depending on your location, however the concept remains consistent; Cash and Counselling in the United States, Consumer Directed Care (CDC) in Australia, or Self Directed Care in Ontario. The model was designed to acknowledge that consumers…

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