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The Resource Is funder reporting undermining service delivery? : compliance reporting requirements of Aboriginal community controlled health organisations in Victoria, Kate Silburn, Alister Thorpe, Louise Carey, Yola Frank-Gray, Graeme Fletcher, Ken McPhail and Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative Ltd

Is funder reporting undermining service delivery? : compliance reporting requirements of Aboriginal community controlled health organisations in Victoria, Kate Silburn, Alister Thorpe, Louise Carey, Yola Frank-Gray, Graeme Fletcher, Ken McPhail and Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative Ltd

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Is funder reporting undermining service delivery? : compliance reporting requirements of Aboriginal community controlled health organisations in Victoria
Title
Is funder reporting undermining service delivery?
Title remainder
compliance reporting requirements of Aboriginal community controlled health organisations in Victoria
Statement of responsibility
Kate Silburn, Alister Thorpe, Louise Carey, Yola Frank-Gray, Graeme Fletcher, Ken McPhail and Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative Ltd
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Language
eng
Summary
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VSL
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Silburn, Kate
Dewey number
362.10899915
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illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Thorpe, A.
  • Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative
  • Carey, Louise
  • Frank-Gray, Yola
  • Fletcher, Graeme
  • McPhail, Ken
  • Lowitja Institute
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  • Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative
  • Health services administration
  • Health facilities
Label
Is funder reporting undermining service delivery? : compliance reporting requirements of Aboriginal community controlled health organisations in Victoria, Kate Silburn, Alister Thorpe, Louise Carey, Yola Frank-Gray, Graeme Fletcher, Ken McPhail and Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative Ltd
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Publication
Note
Art on the cover page: "Comming Together" by Ms Shakara Montalto (Gunditjmara): a hand drawn, digitised and coloured artwork
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 28-29
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Background -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Foreword -- Executive summary -- Introduction -- Framing the regulatory function -- Outline of this paper -- The compliance environment of Victorian ACCHOs -- Legal and financial requirements specified in statutes and through regulation -- Quality and service standards -- Performance reporting for funding provided by governments including activity reporting and service agreement compliance -- Funding agreements and reporting by Victorian ACCHOs -- Study method -- Case study: Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative Ltd -- Discussion and conclusion -- Who benefits? Over-burdensome procedural accountability consumes significant resources and undermines service delivery -- The service might be client centred, but what about the data? -- Who is the boss? Increasing levels of vertical accountablitity reduces the time and resources available for community (horizontal) accountability -- Might a focus on substantial, rather than procedural, accountability be useful? -- How much evidence is required before there is concerted, contructive and collaborative attempt to rethink how contracting between government and ACCHOs occurs? -- In conclusion -- References
Control code
000057300416
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 29 pages
Isbn
9781921889493
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)947104205
Label
Is funder reporting undermining service delivery? : compliance reporting requirements of Aboriginal community controlled health organisations in Victoria, Kate Silburn, Alister Thorpe, Louise Carey, Yola Frank-Gray, Graeme Fletcher, Ken McPhail and Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative Ltd
Publication
Note
Art on the cover page: "Comming Together" by Ms Shakara Montalto (Gunditjmara): a hand drawn, digitised and coloured artwork
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 28-29
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Background -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Foreword -- Executive summary -- Introduction -- Framing the regulatory function -- Outline of this paper -- The compliance environment of Victorian ACCHOs -- Legal and financial requirements specified in statutes and through regulation -- Quality and service standards -- Performance reporting for funding provided by governments including activity reporting and service agreement compliance -- Funding agreements and reporting by Victorian ACCHOs -- Study method -- Case study: Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative Ltd -- Discussion and conclusion -- Who benefits? Over-burdensome procedural accountability consumes significant resources and undermines service delivery -- The service might be client centred, but what about the data? -- Who is the boss? Increasing levels of vertical accountablitity reduces the time and resources available for community (horizontal) accountability -- Might a focus on substantial, rather than procedural, accountability be useful? -- How much evidence is required before there is concerted, contructive and collaborative attempt to rethink how contracting between government and ACCHOs occurs? -- In conclusion -- References
Control code
000057300416
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 29 pages
Isbn
9781921889493
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)947104205

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