Connected care – from here to modernity

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Early Bird tickets are now on sale for our next digital health and policy event on 22 October 2024 in Melbourne.

At no time in Australian digital healthcare history has there been a more coordinated attempt from government, healthcare providers and the tech sector to bring about substantive change to the nature of digital connectivity in the country.

This year’s Wild Health Summit will feature the major players from each of government, healthcare providers and the technology sector discussing the major impending changes in play including the challenges we are facing in light of some very tight timetables from government.

No other event puts the key people in the one room, including major overseas experts with experience in what we are about to attempt, and asks them the questions at the leading edge of change that you as an industry stakeholder need to understand better if you are going to successfully navigate the next few disruptive years.

When: 22 October 2024

Where: Collins Square Events Centre, Melbourne

Program and Early Bird Tickets Here

Key themes include:

  • The role of policy in enabling technology in healthcare, particularly web-based interoperability and AI
  • Role of states and hospitals in building a new connected care paradigm in Australia
  • Live update: sharing by default, e-requesting, Sparked, standards and sharing legislation et al
  • AI now: what AI can be applied to healthcare today practically and what needs better guardrails and how
  • Conversation with the biggest health information exchange (HIE) and “on ramp” player in the US
  • What can we learn from the scars of the US interoperability journey
  • Procurement in the age of significant technology disruption
  • The role of tech in solving our workforce crisis
  • How vendors can transition major business model changes

And more.

Key speakers include:

  • Dr John Halamka, President Mayo Clinic Platform
  • Daniel McCabe, First Assistant Secretary Medicare and Digital Health
  • Simon Cleverley, Assistant Secretary at Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care
  • Sam Peascod, Assistant Secretary, Digital and Service Design, COVID-19 Vaccine Taskforce
  • Grahame Grieve, founder FHIR
  • Steve Posnak, Deputy National Co-ordinator ONC Health Information Technology
  • Kate Ebrill, Leader Sparked CSIRO
  • Emma Hossack, MSIA CEO,
  • Angela Ryan, Health Lead Oracle, Asia Pacific
  • Paul Wilder, Director Commonwell
  • Dr Suzie Miller, VVED
  • Kate Quirke, Group Managing Director/CEO Alcidion
  • Dr John Lambert, CCIO NT Health
  • A/Prof Dr Amith Shetty, Clinical Director System Sustainability and Performance NSW Ministry of Health
  • Professor Wendy Chapman, Associate Dean of Digital Health and Informatics, University of Melbourne
  • Tim Blake, MD Semantic Consulting

And many more.

And don’t forget, if you are a paid subscriber to Health Services Daily,  you will automatically get a 20% discount for all ticket bundles. Just log into your account and go to the Events page to redeem this. 

Hope to see you there.

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