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BCCM submission

BCCM’s submission provides perspective on how co-operative and mutual models can promote innovation in the NDIS, particularly in thin markets in rural and regional Australia, for indigenous communities and for NDIS Participants with complex and special support needs.

BCCM provides evidence for how different models of ownership can transform service quality and productivity in health and human services, promote participant choice and control and drive higher rates of consumer and employee engagement.

Jurisdiction: Australian Government

Committee: Treasury

Submission date: 31 May 2019

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