Sometimes in the healthcare and community sector, services find that they’re not as effective as they could be. Sometimes there’s confusion between the interests of providers and clients – not always one and the same. Organisations can lose focus on what value they bring to the client or the community. Revenue is an area that public sector and charitable organisations often neglect.
Health and community services executive Philip Cornish helps establish ways to do things differently and bring the focus to creating value and producing revenue. He can help your service by:
Philip’s subject background ranges across NDIS, family violence, out-of-home care, refugee services, aboriginal primary health, allied health management, mental health, drug and alcohol services and services to the homeless. He has deep experience in leading sub-acute service, geriatrics, rehabilitation and palliative care. He understands public sector, NFPs and faith-based service systems and their broader constituencies and sensitivities.
As a Non-Executive Director, Philip understands the needs of board members and can interpret AROC (Australasian Rehabilitation Outcomes Centre) and other datasets to senior leaders.