The Productivity Commission has released its draft report proposing reforms to the human services.
The Introducing Competition and Informed User Choice into Human Services draft report takes as its focus finding ways to put the people who use human services at the heart of service provision.
The report sets out the Productivity Commission’s proposed reforms for end-of-life care services; social housing; government-commissioned family and community services; services in remote Indigenous communities; public hospitals; and public dental services.
To read the draft report, click here.
The draft report is open for submission or comment until Friday 14 July, 2017.
WACOSS will be contributing to submissions on the draft report.