Learnings from the Aged Care Quality and Safety Royal Commission

Matthew McMahon, Associate, Thomson Geer

Presentation: Learnings from the Aged Care Quality and Safety Royal Commission

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety is considered by many to be a watershed moment for the aged care industry, particularly in relation to transforming the way in which aged care is provided now and in the future. It is seen by many as a chance to ensure Australia’s aged care system is sustainable and, in a position, to cater for the changing needs of Australia’s ageing population.

The effects of the Royal Commission will impact not only aged care providers but also third parties who have contracts and tenders with aged care facilities – for instance, service contractors. With this in mind, we think it is important for aged care providers and third-party contractors to have an equal understanding of the potential effects of the Royal Commission and its impact on the provision of relevant care and services going forward.

Speaker Biography

Matthew McMahon is an Associate in the Aged Care and Retirement Living team at Thomson Geer Law and advises a large range of aged care providers and retirement living operators including publicly listed groups, private groups and not for profits.

Matthew provides advice to operators on regulatory and risk management issues, incident management, litigious and coronial matters. Matthew also drafts and negotiates agreements and assists providers in the management of retirement village disputes and aged care complaints

 

Wednesday, 23rd October
2:45 pm — 3:30 pm

ISSA Speaker Theatre

Matthew McMahon – Thomson Geer