With the advent of Consumer Directed Care, Healthcare directors now need to work more closely with patients to tailor programs to meet their requests. This may create areas of concern with the quality of programs being offered from a medical perspective considering that patients will now have more say.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme has lead to health care providers having to consider partnering with other organisations to make their products and services more attractive to patients. These partnerships, whilst being of benefit to patients, may affect the success and long term viability of some providers.
The implementation of the recent Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill requires a board to review requests for assisted dying. As a result medical practitioners will need to report to this board. Considerations around what information can be reported, how frequently reports are required to be made and who investigates further based on reports are just a few of the issues medical practitioners may run into along the way.
Join us for this Directors’ Briefing, at which our panel will examine how to navigate these changes whilst providing high quality care.
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