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HR admins in aged care and disability services are spending too much time on manual compliance monitoring processes, according to Kinatico CEO Michael Ivanchenko.
This takes away from their ability to focus on attracting and retaining staff to meet higher minimum staffing ratios to provide better services, which is a major challenge facing the industry in 2023.
Recent analysis conducted by the University of Technology Sydney found that aged care providers will need to increase total care staffing by around 12.4 per cent by October this year to reach the Federal Government’s minimum staffing ratios.
It is now more important than ever for organisations in the aged care and disability space to find time-saving technological solutions to compliance challenges.
According to Ivanchenko, spreadsheets and paper-based approaches are no longer sufficient, as they create standalone systems that do not integrate with each other, lack transparency, and cannot automate time-consuming manual processes.
An end-to-end digital platform for managing workforce compliance produces both immediate and long-term benefits.
These include meeting regulatory requirements, reducing operational overheads, building trust and confidence, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of vulnerable individuals, and improving the quality of care.
The Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission released a draft guidance document in March outlining a series of new responsibilities for approved providers in relation to their governance arrangements.
In the HR space, this includes ensuring the governing body has responsibility and direct oversight of staff qualifications, skills, and capability development.
In the disability services sector, all states and territories have agreed to implement nationally consistent NDIS worker screening.
Kinatico has developed a reputation as a leading provider of ‘know your people’ tech solutions.
Its core software-as-a-service RegTech solution Cited provides real-time workforce compliance management by combining certifications and compliance data with business policy and legislative requirements.
This enables scalable compliance monitoring spanning pre-employment to daily requirements related to geo-location, roles, and tasks applicable across a wide range of industries – both domestically and internationally.

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