Residential aged care: Proposed alternative models for allocating places

Closes 13 Sep 2019

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Current arrangements
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Design principles for alternative allocation models
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Model 1: Improve the ACAR and places management - Overall model
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Model 2: Assign residential aged care places to consumers - Overall model
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