Register now – Early Bird ends this Friday
With the introduction of the Aged Care Reform Bill 2018 and the Aged Care Royal Commission beginning this Friday (18th January), the Aged Care sector is under enormous pressure to improve the performance of Australia’s 2700 aged care providers.
We have no doubt that many of the issues being addressed by the initial hearing of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety will will be high on the agenda for attendees at this conference.
The Aged Care Procurement Conference will focus on practical solutions and strategies to achieve best value in procurement in an environment of continually changing and highly demanding age care expectations. The Conference is for all levels of procurement expertise and addresses specific aged care procurement skills to improve your procurement practices to deliver savings and improved performance.
- Do you want to improve the daily operations of aged care services?
- Do you want to save time and money in sourcing supply quotes and negotiating terms?
If you are responsible for delivering cost savings, positioning your organisation for Aged Care reform, providing choice and ensuring quality service outcomes, then this conference should not be missed.
12 Reasons to Attend
- Share experiences, network and benchmark
- Tangible take-aways and cost savings
- Meet potential suppliers and identify opportunities for aggregation
- Learn from practical case studies from aged care
- How to implement procurement strategies to deliver more flexibility, reliability and immediacy
- Identify specific aged care procurement skills to improve your procurement process
- Understand the category management process and how to implement he it in aged care sector
- Deliver quick wins and cost reduction
- Understand compliance obligations of aged care suppliers
- Be updated on the new legal, consumer and ethical demands on aged care procurement and support
- Network and find opportunities to aggregate aged care buying opportunities
- Latest insight, case studies and debate on current trends and future challenges that affect CPO’s, & Procurement practitioners.