Introducing MOA’s new Incident Reporting module

The first Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS) insight report found that in the first six weeks of the scheme, the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission received 4,496 notifications from providers of residential aged care. After reviewing each of these notifications, it was determined that

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Lower risk of non-compliance among MOA members

Using the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission’s register of non-compliance, we evaluated the impact of long-time use (>2 years) of our audit tools on the risk of non-compliance when compared to non-member residential aged care services. As of October 2020, there were 2722 operational residential

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How do you SPOT risk in your service?

SPOT is our latest offering that provides the ability to conduct spot check audits on demand. This new module extends the investigatory abilities of our partner providers and empowers their quality programs with a higher level of confidence by being a step-ahead of accreditation and

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Dual-aligned programs for providers of aged care and NDIS supports

Under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (Quality and Safeguards Commission and Other Measures) Transitional Rules 2018, all residential aged care providers who were providing support to NDIS participants on 1 December 2020 received automatic NDIS registration for assistance with daily living in a group or

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MOA pledges support to sector through COVID-19 crisis

01 April 2020   First, from our team to yours, we want to express our appreciation and gratitude for your selfless work in providing care and support to those most at risk through the COVID-19 health crisis, particularly at a time when you’re also likely to be putting aside

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Free COVID-19 self-assessment tools

. The MOA Benchmarking team continues to support our partner providers and the wider sector in managing the COVID-19 threat, particularly as outbreaks of the delta variant continue to spread. A key challenge is keeping up with changes to the requirements and restrictions as the situation

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Support for NDIS Providers

MOA Benchmarking is now empowering hundreds of NDIS providers with a complete and customisable online platform to meet (and exceed) their regulatory requirements and continuously improve quality. By completing an annual program of monthly quality tools, your service will be able to demonstrate compliance with

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DASH: Interactive standard-level reporting

MOA Benchmarking is excited to release DASH. DASH provides new interactive web-reporting that allows our partner providers to drill down from individual summaries of performance for each Standard through to the contributing tools, responses and data. Receive real-time insights as you deep dive from your Standard-by-Standard

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Participate in the NACMQIP with MOA

Participation in the National Aged Care Mandatory Quality Indicator Program (NACMQIP) became mandatory for all Australian providers of Residential Aged Care from July 1, 2019. To assist providers with the submission, the Department of Health allows providers to collect and submit this data using a

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