Aged care reform

Aged care reform

Oct 23
Australia's aged care sector continues to change. Join leaders for insights into the progress of the national reform agenda and the future of aged care services.


David Tune AO PSM, Independent Reviewer, Aged Care Legislated Review
Sandra Hills OAM, Chief Executive Officer, Benetas
Ian Yates AM, Chief Executive, COTA Australia
Maureen Berry, Chief Operating Officer, Bupa Aged Care Australia

Event overview

David Tune AO PSM will share insights from the Australian Government's Aged Care Legislated Review that will inform ongoing reforms in the aged care sector.

The report looks at how the aged care system has changed and adapted since the Living Longer Living Better reforms in 2012, and where we need to take the system in the future.

David will be joined by industry leaders, including Benetas Chief Executive Sandra Hills OAM and COTA Australia Chief Executive Ian Yates AM, as we analyse the achievements of the aged care sector, and the opportunities and unfinished business of aged care reform.

Meet the keynote speaker

David Tune AO PSM
Independent Reviewer, Aged Care Legislated Review

Meet the panel

Sandra Hills OAM
Chief Executive Officer, Benetas

Ian Yates AM
Chief Executive, COTA Australia

Maureen Berry
Chief Operating Officer, Bupa Aged Care Australia

Steve Teulan
Principal, Nous Group

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