02
Mar 20

Getting the Board on board with the Royal Commission

Governance is a recurrent theme throughout the Aged Care Royal Commission Interim Report, touching all elements of care including the medical, clinical, social, emotional and behavioural elements of client needs. The onus for ensuring organisational governance is embedded, executed and effective falls on the Board of Directors. While Boards have a long journey ahead and … Continue reading Getting the Board on board with the Royal Commission

21
Feb 20

The 10 Principles of Governance to see you through the Royal Commission

Throughout the hearings leading up to the Interim Report of the Royal Commission, we heard frequent accounts of both clinical governance and organisational governance failures. We can expect governance to be featured heavily in the Final Report, due at the end of this year.  It’s in the best interests of organisations to prepare their governance … Continue reading The 10 Principles of Governance to see you through the Royal Commission

20
Mar 19

The importance of governance in the changing aged care space

Author:Ash Natesh

Boards governing aged care providers are increasingly under scrutiny during this period of immense change for the aged care sector. With the Royal Commission underway, providers are being called at short notice to provide evidence and account for the quality and safety of their service delivery. At the same time, the new Aged Care Safety … Continue reading The importance of governance in the changing aged care space