This report focuses specifically on existing models for sharing corporate services and highlights the different ways those working in the sector have developed strategies for addressing their specific needs. Four case studies of organised support structures are documented. These are:

  • Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council,
  • Bila Muuji Health Services Incorporated,
  • Katherine West Health Board, and
  • Central Australian Aboriginal Congress.

There is an overview report and a summary report for this project. Also, a web tool was developed to help Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs) decide their best strategy or model for getting support for their corporate functions.

Author K. Silburn, A. Thorpe & I. Anderson
Type Publications
Year 2011
Taking Care of Business: Corporate Services for Indigenous Primary Health Care Service - Case Studies
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