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CAA Annual Report : 2013 Annual Report
6 Member Services and States I was delighted to be able to launch the Students of CAA (SoCAA) initiative in February and March across the then four teaching campuses. The surge in student membership was a direct result of this initiative and it was a pleasure to meet hundreds of passionate chiropractic students in the process. At the request of some State and Territory branches, National office has been working with them to explore opportunities to better serve members by streamlining operations. This has included discussion on possible models for amalgamation, if so desired by a State Branch. A review and tender process for our insurance business has been undertaken, as part of the normal process of going to market to test competitiveness from time to time. Similarly, reviews have been undertaken of NDF, TAC, CJA and our CPD offerings, to ensure that all services represent the best value for money and remain of ongoing relevance to members. It has been an exciting and challenging first year for me as CEO, coming to terms with the issues and personalities both within and outside the profession. I particularly wish to thank President Laurie Tassell and the CAA Board of 2012/13 for their patience and understanding as I have settled into the role. I look forward to continuing to work with all members, to advance their interests and protect chiropractic’s justified reputation as safe, effective, affordable, mainstream healthcare for all Australians.
2014 Annual Report
2012 Annual Report