The Australian Government is being criticized over its poor reforms being introduced in Living Longer Living Stronger Aged Care policies. The allegations have been levied by the Australian Medical Association (AMA).
The AMA has alleged that the Federal Government has not devised policies, which will help elderly Australians. The services have been announced, but the funding for the same has not being mentioned. The reforms were being introduced by Mark Butler, who is the minister for Ageing, at the inauguration of National Aged Care Conference for 2012.
If to pay attention to the government's words then it seems to be perfect plan that has ever been introduced by them. The government announced that they will be providing $3.7 billion for the policies being announced by them. They also said that they will be providing the funds for the same in five years.
"I look to a future in which aged care provision will be driven more by the people actually using the system and less by government regulation", said Peter Shergold, who is heading the Aged Form Reform Implementation Council. The task seems to be difficult, but if efforts are being done then it would not be that difficult to be achieved.
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