Governance

Governance 2017-12-21T09:46:19+00:00

Governance

Reform in the aged care sector has been continuing for nearly a decade. Never has an industry been the subject of such a large paradigm shift, moving from a regulated grants based market to a consumer driven competitive environment. Home Care Today has developed the resource Changes to Home Care Packages: Implications for Governance to assist boards of small to medium sized Home Care Package providers to plan for the changes that took place in February 2017.  The aim of the resource is to identify key issues and risks so that boards can take a systematic and strategic approach to future planning.

This resource was developed through a series of interviews with key aged care and disability sector stakeholders throughout the latter half of 2015. The resource is not an exhaustive governance guide but rather a synthesis of emerging strategic considerations for boards overseeing Home Care Packages.

The booklet can be downloaded here:

Changes to Home Care Packages: Implications for Governance (1086 downloads) On 15th March a webinar was conducted to provide an overview of this resource.

The powerpoint presentation from this webinar is available below:

Implications for Governance - Powerpoint Presentation (730 downloads)

The webinar recording is available here

A short video of the interviews with key stakeholders designed for viewing by your boards can be accessed here:

The interviews with key stakeholders for the governance project contained a richness of information and insights so we have made the full interviews available for you to view here:

Richard Hearn

Liz Neville

Gilian McFee

Ian Yates

Jason Howie

Maria Lambedis

Home Care Today