AROC Governance

AROC governance

 

AROC Management Advisory Group (MAG)

The AROC Management Advisory Group (MAG) is responsible for overseeing the executive management of AROC. The MAG membership comprises representatives of key stakeholder organisations from across the rehabilitation sector.

The MAG membership comprises:

  • a nominee of the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (Chair)
  • a nominee of the Australian Department of Health and Ageing
  • a nominee of the Australian Department of Veterans’ Affairs
  • nominees from state/territory health departments (QLD, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, TAS)
  • a nominee of state/territory transport accident/ workers compensation authorities (Worksafe)
  • a nominee of motor accident authorities (NSW Lifetime Care & Support)
  • a nominee of the Australian Health Insurance Association (AHIA) & the Health Insurance Restricted Membership Association of Australia (HIRMAA)
  • a nominee of the Australian Healthcare Association
  • a nominee of the Australian Private Hospitals’ Association
  • a nominee representing the New Zealand rehabilitation sector (ACC)
  • a nominee of the National Health Information Standards and Statistics Committee (NHISSC)
  • Director, Centre for Health Service Development
  • Chair of the AROC Scientific and Clinical Advisory Committee

 

AROC Scientific and Clinical Advisory Committee (SCAC)

The AROC Scientific and Clinical Committee (SCAC) provides clinical and technical advice on issues related to data, reporting, education, training requirements and research priorities. The SCAC membership comprises representatives of key stakeholder organisations from across the rehabilitation sector.

The Scientific and Clinical Advisory Committee (SCAC) membership comprises:

  • a representative of MAG (Chair)
  • up to four nominees of the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFRM)
  • the Clinical Director of AROC
  • a nominee of Australian Health Insurance Association (AHIA) & Australian Health Insurance Restricted Membership Association of Australia (HIRMAA)
  • a nominee of the Australian Department of Health and Ageing
  • a nominee of the Australian Department of Veterans’ Affairs
  • up to four nominees from State Departments of Health
  • a nominee from National Private Rehabilitation Group (NPRG)
  • a nominee of the Transport Accident Commission/Worksafe  
  • a nominee of the Australian Association of Occupational Therapists (AAOT)
  • a nominee of the Australian Rehabilitation Nurses Association (ARNA)
  • a nominee of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
  • a nominee of the New Zealand rehabilitation sector (ACC)
  • a nominee of the Australian Institute of Health & Welfare (AIHW)
  • a nominee of the Health Consumers Forum
Last reviewed: 19 January, 2016

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