Webinar replay: The Bupa case – ACL compliance & lessons to be learnt

On Tuesday 19 May 2020, Russell Kennedy held a live webinar for CEOs, CFOs, GMs, Quality Managers, General Counsel and Board Members from aged care providers.

During the webinar Anita CourtneyVictor HarcourtRohan HarrisSolomon Miller, and Dr. Melanie Tan analysed the Bupa case in detail and the lessons learnt. Our presenters also answered live audience questions during the webinar.

Watch the webinar replay for:

  • Why this case is important for all aged care providers to understand the ACL; and
  • Providing Extra Services or Additional Services and the lessons to be learnt from this decision.

Download the webinar presentation slides (PDF) here.

How we can help

If you require any further information on this topic, please contact Victor Harcourt, Anita Courtney, Solomon Miller, Rohan Harris, Dr Melanie Tan or Ellen O’Neil.

For more information, we encourage you to visit our Aged Care and Retirement Living pages which are updated regularly with insights and materials.

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