Wild Health Melbourne: early bird ends tonight

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There's still time to grab tickets at the best possible price.

If you’ve been planning to go Wild Health’s Reform Summit on 18 October in Melbourne, you can still get your early bird ticket until tonight.

Click here to register with discounted tickets.

If you haven’t thought about it yet, it’s an intensive one day look at how we might be able to pivot healthcare policies under a new federal government in the context of how our technology base for sharing healthcare data is rapidly changing.

The day features a line up of eminent healthcare system influencers from Australia including Daniel McCabe (Dept of Health), Dr Karen Price (RACGP), Kylie Woolcock (AHHA), Neville Board (Victorian DHHS eHealth), Emma Hossack (MSIA), Dr Omar Korshid (AMA), Dr Emily Kirkpatrick (SA Health), Grahame Grieve (FHIR, HL-7), Elizabeth Koff (Telstra Health) and more, plus some big international keynotes: Dr John Halamka (Mayo Clinic) and Aashima Gupta (Google Healthcare Cloud).

Topics include: a roadmap for changing our funding paradigm towards outcomes, government carrots vs sticks on moving the dial on cloud based platforms for Australian Healthcare, what we can learn from key countries moving fast overseas, what the federal government is thinking about technology and funding, bridging the hospital primary care data sharing gap, aged care, the implications of hospitals expanding rapidly into virtual care and more.

The day also features a series of case studies of new technology being implemented across the country, with an emphasis on some key Victorian regions.

Who is coming already?  Various key stakeholders from East Coast LHDs and hospitals, HHSs and PHNs, Medibank, Ramsay, Eucalyptus, Queensland eHealth, Victoria eHealth, Telstra Health, Global Health, PWC, Deloitte, and more.

Full agenda details are HERE.

Wild Heath Reader 20% discount code is TMRWH20.
Early bird tickets still HERE until midnight tonight.

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