NDIS roll out


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Roll Out

The impact and the opportunity

Not-for-profits are the traditional service providers in this sector. What does the new consumer driven model mean for them and are there new players entering the market?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) began its roll out on 1 July 2016. The scheme promises consumer driven care, shaking up the existing system and funding model to give more control to Australians with disabilities when choosing the support they require. But what does this mean for the health care sector? How will this affect non-profits? And are there new players interested in entering the market?

Deloitte has undertaken over 100 interviews with service providers and customers across the in-home health care sector and a survey of 2000 service providers and their employees, to understand the challenges and opportunities they are tackling in the face of the NDIS roll out. Armed with this information, together with the insights from the weekly calls from for-profit businesses interested in entering the market, Jovita Gartlan talks with Pro Bono Australia about the shake-up we are seeing in the market and the exciting opportunities that exist for both for profit and not-for-profit businesses with the roll out of the NDIS. 

Click here to visit the Pro bono Australia website and listen to the podcast.

For further insights on the impact of the NDIS roll out see:

How consumer driven care is reshaping the community care sector

Are service providers ready for the National Disability Insurance Scheme roll out?

Pro bono Australia

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