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Stronger stewardship needed to deliver the NDIS

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A Joint Standing Committee has raised concerns around services and provider readiness to meet the demands of delivering the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Creating a participant enabling environment and developing a competitive marketplace was said to be vital to the success of the scheme and the challenges for both participants and service providers to transition to a market-led service delivery model cannot be underestimated.

However, during the course of the inquiry, the committee heard that the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has often failed to put in place in a timely manner the appropriate measures and initiatives to support the development and growth of the disability support marketplace to meet demand. The roles, responsibilities and activities of all those responsible for market stewardship are unclear and this was impeding the development of strategies to address key emerging issues in the development of the market.

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AUTHOR: Kymberly Martin

DATED: 3 October 2018

WEBSITE: Freedom2Live

URL: https://www.freedom2live.com.au/

 


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