It's official - the NDIA has given providers another 12 months (until June 2023) to transition to the apportioned pricing model.
Transitional Pricing vs Apportioned Pricing
Although they might seem similar on the surface, there are significant differences between the transitional pricing and the apportioned pricing models.
You’ll need to be across all the differences, implications and possibilities before you make a decision about when to transition your group supports (before the final deadline of 30 June 2023).
This workshop will:
Overview everything you need to know about the similarities and differences between the two pricing models
Explain how they operate and differ on the ground
Work through what you need to consider when transitioning your supports
Non-Face-to-Face Activities and CCC
NF2F and CCC have been the most complex components of the new pricing model. With precious little guidance from the NDIA, providers have had to find ways to make NF2F and CCC work for them and the people they support.
This workshop will:
Provide you with all the available information about these two service and billing elements
Unpack how to establish them both in your organisation
Give tips on how to make the change a dream not an admin nightmare
Creating Programs of Support
Whether using the transitional pricing or the apportioned pricing, Programs of Support should be a key tool in your toolbox.
This workshop covers:
All the basics of POS, from what services can be delivered as a POS through to the benefits of a POS approach
Which organisations (and participants) will get the most out of Programs of Support
Unpack ways to support a POS transition in your organisation
This training is the ideal introduction to Programs of Support.
Essential Transition Planning
Once you've defined your future group services using apportioned pricing, it's time to think about how you'll transition your services, participants, staff and systems.
This interactive workshop will guide you through the development of your organisation's transition plan. A comprehensive template will assist you to tailor your own plan.
The template has been developed around 5 critical areas for transition:
Participants will be supported to reflect on changes to their documents and systems and identify opportunities to engage and communicate with all stakeholders across each critical transition area.
Come prepared to dig deep into the detail and leave feeling better organised with a planned approach to transition.
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