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The role of governing bodies in designing the future of aged care with Sally Evans

Redesigning the future of the aged care system is a complex process that requires leaders in the aged care sector to balance strong governance skills in strategy, risk, clinical care, and technology to support change management that maintains and improves safe and quality aged care.

Today’s governance landscape is evolving, requiring leaders across all sectors to rethink the way they oversee and steward their organisations. But the complexity of the aged care sector can often make it feel like focusing on governance is just another thing on the list of challenges and changes that governing bodies and executives need to address. 

In the final episode of Season 2 of the Governing for Reform in Aged Care's podcast series, listen to Sally Evans, member of the Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission Advisory Committee, discuss what the future of aged care might look like and the role of governing bodies in designing the future of aged care.

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All episodes of the podcast series are now available on major streaming platforms as well:

Spotify: Governing for Reform | Podcast on Spotify

Apple Podcasts: Governing for Reform - Apple Podcasts

Google Podcasts: Governing for Reform (google.com)