Aged Care Funding Instrument Review Outcomes

Page last updated: 22 October 2015

From this page you may access tables with details of Resident Classification Scale reviews (June 2006 – December 2008) and Aged Care Funding Instrument reviews (from March 2009).

Note: Data is correct at time of posting and not subsequently updated

Aged Care Funding Instrument Reports

The Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) assesses the relative care needs of residents and is the mechanism for allocating the government subsidy to aged care providers for delivering care to residents. The ACFI replaced the former Resident Classification Scale (RCS) on 20 March 2008. The instrument consists of 12 care need questions, some of which have specified assessment tools.

The following Reports summarise national data on ACFI-appraised residents as at the end of the particular quarter. Residents are grouped in the Tables according to their ACFI classification.

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Aged Care Funding Instrument (ACFI) review program outcomes

These attachments provide data on ACFI review program outcomes by state and territory.

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

Financial Year

Resident Classification Scale June 2006 - December 2008

These pages provide data on Residential Classification Scale (RCS) appraisals and reviews and on RCS appraisal levels by state and territory. Note that the RCS was replaced by the Aged Care Funding Instrument on 20 March 2008. Previous Resident Classification Scale Review Statistics are available from the National Library of Australia's Australian Government Web Archive.