Posts tagged Compliance
Upskilling staff to ensure compliance

Providers must have policies and processes to register for the NDIS and pass the audit. Having these are one of the first steps towards compliance for a provider. The next step towards compliance is to ensure employees understand and adopt the policies and processes. They should not simply be forgotten after a provider passes the audit.

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Centro MarketingCompliance
NDIS Compliance and Enforcement: A summary for disability service providers

It is important to be aware of the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission’s Compliance and Enforcement Policy. It is one of the ways the Commission encourages best practice among NDIS providers and minimises risk to participants. The Commission takes a responsive and proportionate approach to enforcing regulation. This means the strongest actions apply to the most serious issues and breaches.

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The challenge of poor information

The challenge of poor and out-of-date information between front-line staff is limiting growth.

If you are going back and forward between the wrong people at the wrong time, it can decrease productivity. Poor information exposes the organisation to compliance risks. The financial sustainability of the organisation can also be under pressure.

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Julie WuCompliance
Operating Efficiency – What do NDIS Service Providers need to improve?

Disability service providers are facing the same constraints as commercial businesses. Struggling with where to invest to make the most difference in growth and sustainability of their organisations. Profitability, pricing and costs to ensure they deliver the best value to their clients is a constant worry. Additionally, most are also overwhelmed by data, reports, audits and administrative systems.

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