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AOA attends the NSW MAA's Provider's Service Guides working group

17 February 2014

AOA Policy Advisor Samuel Dettmann attended the inaugural meeting of the NSW Motor Accidents Authority’s Provider Service Guides working group. In attendance were MAA injury strategy staff, representatives of providers’ associations, representatives from insurers, as well as observers from WorkCover and the Lifetime Care and Support Authority.

The AOA’s goal is to have the interests and concerns of osteopaths and patients at the heart of the MAA’s reformulated policies, and more generally to influence the regulatory environment surrounding return-to-work and motor accident schemes.

http://www.maa.nsw.gov.au/default.aspx?MenuID=609

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