Trends and Attractions of the Australian Aged Care Market

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In 2014, the Australian aged care market was worth A$14 billion and is expected to grow at an annual rate of four per cent for the next five years (2015-2020). Of the total market, A$9.5 billion was provided by the federal government, while the remainder of A$4.5 billion was privately funded by companies and residents. Australian aged care systems are moving from a service-based model and transitioning into a consumer-driven model. In the next five to ten years, seniors are expected to get more choices in terms of the care services they receive and the type and quality of service (long-term or service per hour) provided.

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Trends and Attractions of the Australian Aged Care MarketExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary (continued)Scope and SegmentationDefinitionsOverview of the Australian Aged Care MarketMarket Overview—Australia’s DemographicsMarket Overview—Australian Senior Population by LocationMarket Overview—Senior Population by GenderMarket Overview—Current ScenarioMarket Overview—Current Scenario (continued)Market Overview—Current Options for Seniors in AustraliaMarket Overview—Living Independently at HomeMarket Overview—Living Independently at Home (continued)Market Overview—Retirement VillagesMarket Overview—Retirement Villages (continued)Market Overview—Residential Aged CareMarket Overview—Residential Aged Care (continued)Market Overview—By Service SectorPublic Aged Care Market—Care Providers and ResidentsPrivate Aged Care Market—Fee StructuresPrivate Aged Care MarketAttractions and Trends in the Australian Aged Care MarketAged Care Market—Attractions by Service SectorAged Care Market—Market CompetitorsAged Care Market—Profitability in Private Aged Care SegmentKey Trend—Increasing Cost of CareKey Trend 2—Higher Fees for Foreign Care Workers Drive Care CostsKey Trend 3—Affordability of Aged CareKey Trend 4—Role of Technology in Aged Care HomesKey Trend 5—Expansion of Australian ICT CompaniesKey Trend 6—Aged Care Homes Increase ICT BudgetKey Trend 7—Robots to Enter Market in 10 YearsRegulations in the Australian Aged Care MarketKey Regulations from 1910 to 2015Impact of Consumer Directed Care (CDC) on Aged Care Market after 2015Impact of Consumer Directed Care (CDC) on Aged Care Market after 2015 (continued)Impact of Consumer Directed Care (CDC) on Aged Care Market after 2015 (continued)Australian Aged Care Market—SegmentationScope and Segmentation of the StudyNew South WalesNew South Wales—Aged Care Market DemographicsNew South Wales—Aged Care Market SegmentationNew South Wales—Future of the Aged Care MarketVictoriaVictoria—Aged Care Market DemographicsVictoria—Aged Care Market SegmentationUnique Market Trend—Victorian Retirement VillagesVictoria—Future of the Aged Care MarketQueenslandQueensland—Aged Care Market DemographicsQueensland—Aged Care Market SegmentationQueensland—Future of the Aged Care MarketWestern AustraliaWestern Australia—Aged Care Market DemographicsWestern Australia—Aged Care Market SegmentationUnique Market Trend—Western Australia’s Senior Friendly PoliciesWestern Australia—Future of the Aged Care MarketSouth AustraliaSouth Australia—Aged Care Market DemographicsSouth Australia—Aged Care Market SegmentationFuture of the Aged Care MarketTasmaniaTasmania—Aged Care Market DemographicsTasmania—Aged Care Market SegmentationFuture of the Aged Care MarketNorthern TerritoryNorthern Territory’s Aged Care market demographicsNorthern Territory’s Aged Care—Market SegmentationFuture of The Aged Care MarketAged Care Market—Key CompaniesUnitingCareRegis Healthcare LimitedJapara HealthcareAveoThe Last WordFor Private Home Owners—More Ease of doing Business and Less HasslesFor Seniors and Aged Care Residents—More Packages and Better ChoicesFor Support Services—More Business and More DemandsWhat Will Happen in the Next Five Years?Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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