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BCCM submission

BCCM’s submission provides information on how co-operative and mutual structures impact quality of care and consumer choice, with reference to practices in relation to job creation and workforce availability, employment conditions, worker preferences, flexible and innovative models of care, accountability, and the costs and viability of aged care provision.

BCCM advocates for business model innovation in aged care and the NDIS, demonstrating the advantages of co-operative business models in the delivery of quality and fair work.

Jurisdiction: Australian Government

Committee: Productivity Commission

Submission date: 9 May 2022


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