New aged care regulatory model

We’ll be introducing a new aged care regulatory model to support the new Aged Care Act. The model will change the way the sector operates and improve outcomes for older people.

About the new aged care regulatory model

Find out about the new model and its role in a more transparent, high-quality and accountable aged care system.

Designing the new model

Learn how we’ve engaged with stakeholders to design the new model.

Information for providers

Find out how we’re preparing providers to transition to the new model, and what you need to know.

A new model for regulating aged care – Consultation paper 2 – Details of the proposed new model – Summary report

This report summarises stakeholder feedback received during public consultation related to Consultation Paper No. 2 Details of the proposed new model and the department’s response.

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