J Michael Wynne

Michael Wynne is a retired academic surgeon from Queensland. He has had a long interest in dysfunctional social systems and has written two web sites examining corporate behaviour. During the 1990s he was a whistleblower and actively researched US health and aged care companies that were being welcomed into Australia. He collected data for state probity regulators. This contributed to these companies leaving or abandoning plans to operate in Australia. Since the turn of the century he has tracked aged care in Australia and has been writing submissions to inquiries and reviews.

Michael Wynne is a retired academic surgeon from Queensland. He has had a long interest in dysfunctional social systems and has written two web sites examining corporate behaviour. During the 1990s he was a whistleblower and actively researched US health and aged care companies that were being welcomed into Australia. He collected data for state probity regulators. This contributed to these companies leaving or abandoning plans to operate in Australia. Since the turn of the century he has tracked aged care in Australia and has been writing submissions to inquiries and reviews.


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