The RACMA Policy and Advocacy Committee (PAC) work to strengthen the College’s voice and build a stronger profile for the College within healthcare advocacy to achieve greater visibility, influence and recognition.
A number of sub committees have been established under the PAC to focus on areas crucial to the College creating a footprint in Medical Administration and the healthcare industry in general. These sub committees are:
RACMA has released its pre-Election statement highlighting five key areas of focus for the next Australian Government, these are:
1. Improving Medical Workforce Planning
2. Improving Workplace Culture
3. Building and Developing Medical Leadership in Remote, Rural and Regional Australia
4. Addressing Climate Change and its flow on affects to healthcare for the community
5. Mandating FRACMAs and AFRACMAs in all healthcare settings
RACMA has developed its Step One Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to provide its staff, Members, and stakeholders with a structured and accountable approach to advance reconciliation. This first RAP sets out a number of steps aimed at building relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples which will create a solid foundation for RACMA’s reconciliation pathway. This initial phase will also enable the College to define a clear vision to produce future RAPs and initiatives that are meaningful, mutually beneficial and sustainable.