ADHC DC places work restrictions on the Complex Case Review process
On 9 February, your elected Departmental Committee (DC) delegates met and discussed the Complex Case Review process. At this meeting, delegates passed the following motion:
The ADHC DC resolves to place work restrictions on the Complex Case Review process and data collection in all its iterations on the basis that it increases workload without consultation and involves medical over reach, duplication of information already available and is clearly within the existing bans regarding handover of information for the purposes of privatisation.
The PSA has endorsed the above motion.
Therefore, all work relating to the Complex Case Review is now the subject of an industrial ban.
The PSA and your delegate representatives will raise this at the Accommodation and Respite Consultative Committee next week.
If you have questions about this ban contact your district delegate.
A listing of your district delegates is available HERE.
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