Monday 12 January 2015

Join Inerva in the Change Day pledge!

Change Day is a people led, accessible and energetic social movement for better health outcomes.11th March 2015

Change Day invites you to be change-makers in health, aged care and community services right across Australia.
Inerva develops software systems exclusively for Australian Aged Care.  We are passionate about what we do and we'll never stop doing it!  We pledge for Change Day to continue to improve the quality of aged care by enabling providers with the most up-to-date software systems, helping free resources to FOCUS ON CARE.
It’s easy to get caught up believing that change needs to start somewhere else. We can end up waiting for someone else to ‘fix’ things or waiting for someone to give us permission to be amazing, or even just to do what we know needs to be done.
Don’t wait any longer !
Change Day is all about each one of us making a pledge to take ongoing action to improve health, aged and community care outcomes for everyone.

Tuesday 23 December 2014

Season's Greetings

Thank you for your association with Inerva during 2014.  It has been our pleasure to provide for you the most up-to-date technology to enable your administration in Aged Care.
In warm appreciation of our association during the past year, we extend our very best wishes for a happy holiday season, and a prosperous New Year! 

Everyone at Inerva

Festive season office hours:
After a very busy and successful year, we are giving our fabulous development and support team a well-earned break.  But only for a few days!  Inerva Support will be offline on Christmas Day and Boxing Day, as well as New Year's Day and Friday 2nd January 2015.

We're all back on board Monday 5th January 2015, continuing to support you and help you free your resources, to focus on care.

Tuesday 9 December 2014

Results announced 2014 Aged Care Approval Rounds

A total of 17,849 new aged care places were allocated across Australia in the 2014 ACAR.

Monday 1 December 2014

Inerva Software new appointments

In response to the booming growth in the Australian aged care industry, Inerva announces the recent appointment of two senior managers to their sales and marketing team.
David Loiterton, newly appointed general manager - sales, has over 25-years’ experience in the aged care and medical industry in Australia, Asia Pacific and Europe. Formally of Healthmetrics and current Executive Director of Kalesea, (consultants to the health industry), David has seized this opportunity to help position Inerva as market leaders in a rapidly developing industry.
“We will be aggressively approaching all areas of the market in residential, home and community care.  Because of its full-integration Inerva is ideal for all sized organisations. We are particularly strong in applying the very latest technology to the complex environment of aged care business and finance governance.  Together with a dedicated training and support team that operates from inside the business, there is no other system on the market today that can offer what Inerva can,” said David.
Carolyn Frichot, Inerva marketing and communications manager, has over 25-years’ experience in marketing and brand development and has worked as a marketing consultant both in Tasmania and interstate across all areas of government, corporate, not-for-profit and community enterprises.  Carolyn has particular skills in strategic planning and digital marketing.
“I’m very excited about this new role.  Inerva is very good at delivering on-line assets that provide solutions for the aged care industry and I will be focussing on how our digital marketing and communications assets can complement and enhance our business solutions.  Being based in Tasmania, Inerva is perfectly poised to take advantage of the benefits of NBN which will provide us with a competitive edge on a national scale,” Carolyn said.

Sunday 16 November 2014

Scaling up to survive: aged care NFPs seek mergers

A whopping 40 per cent of boards of not-for-profit aged care organisations have discussed a merger with another organisation in the past 12 months, and half of them believe it will happen, a new survey of company directors has found.  Darragh O'Keeffe finds out why for Australian Ageing Agenda.

Friday 14 November 2014

See the Inerva team at Tamworth

Inerva will be at the 2014 ACS Northern Region Conference on the 19-20th November 2014.  If you're nearby this week, stop by to pick up some information on aged care administration software.  More information about the conference at the conference website.