ACSA and co-op peak sign MOU

01 September 2021

Aged care provider peak body Aged and Community Services Australia and its co-operatives counterpart Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals have signed a memorandum of understanding this week to support providers to consider different operating models.

ACSA said the MOU, which was announced on Monday, will give aged care provider members greater opportunities to explore and consider different models of ownership and governance.

Read the full article, ACSA and co-op peak sign MOU, on Australian Ageing Agenda, 1 September 2021.

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