Mr Morrison described the report as difficult to read and said the goal was to provide a level of consistent care throughout the country.
“We all have connections … that need this care and it doesn’t matter if they are family or not your family, they should all have the same standard of care across the country,” he said.
The aged care industry has been under the spotlight after a series of scandals, including the sedation of dementia patients and forceful handling of residents in some facilities.
When asked about inadequate funding, the Prime Minister said he had spoken to Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann and Aged Care Minister Richard Colbeck on Thursday night, and would be making a response.
Mr Morrison said he was taking a cautious approach to current budget spending in order to make an informed decision regarding aged care in finalising the mid-year budget update due in December.