Rapid population growth in some areas means providers struggle to meet demand, while in others population decline threatens service viability. Rapidly changing technology provides new opportunities but also raises training and investment issues.
Consumer and carer expectations about the way in which their health and ageing needs are met are changing with more people wanting support, treatment and care in their home. This requires reshaping of service delivery and funding models.
Who we work with
We work with government, not-for-profit and private sector clients drawing on our understanding of the evolving policy, strategic and regulatory trends across the health and ageing sectors, including:
- population health, including health demographics and inequalities, rural and remote health
- preventative health
- addictions, including to alcohol and other drugs (AOD), and gambling
- mental health
- child/youth health and well-being, maternal health
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' health and well-being
- ageing and aged care
- physical and mental health and aged care workforce.
How ACIL Allen can help you
Our health and ageing consultants have years of experience assisting organisations and governments to shape the future of physical health, mental health and aged care. We help our clients with their strategies, organisation structures, public policies and programs to provide the Australian community with appropriate, efficient and effective services.
We work closely with our clients to provide health and ageing consulting advice, tailoring our approach to suit their requirements. Our expertise includes:
- conducting policy and program evaluation
- examining workforces and advising on workforce strategy and skills development
- assessing performance by conducting system, sector and organisational reviews and assessing social impact
- reviewing policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks
- reviewing governance arrangements
- developing and advising on strategic approaches to funding and resourcing
- demand modelling - analysing labour market and demographic information for demand assessments
- developing and facilitating strategic planning
- planning and conducting stakeholder engagement consultations to elicit crucial information, including with those in sensitive environments or on challenging topics.