Governance in the spotlight at Aged Care Royal Commission

27 November 2019 | David McElrea

In mid-November, the Aged Care Royal Commission sat in Hobart. For the first time, the focus of the commission was governance in aged care, the links between governance and outcomes and how the commission may look to improve governance in the sector.

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