UNDERSTAND TODAY, OWN TOMORROW

MONDAY 5TH MAY

eHealth is already helping healthcare providers meet clinical demand and ensure they have timely access to comprehensive patient information. The next wave will empower targeted intervention and preventative health management. How can you transform the patient journey? How can you leverage the Cloud, Big Data and digitisation? Where is the development heading in terms of the PCEHR?

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What did delegates take away
by immersing themselves in eHealth?

  1. 1Learnt about data sovereignty and security in managing patient data.
  2. 2Discovered ways to reduce the cost of service delivery and improve clinical outcomes.
  3. 3Determined the value of eHealth in the supply chain.
  1. 4Worked towards the next level of health management by utilising eHealth and emerging technologies.
  2. 5Understood implications to policy making and future healthcare provision.

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12.5% increase in Australian Healthcare providers IT spending in 3 years
9.3% of Australia's gross domestic product is spent on healthcare
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1/23 of Australians have so far signed up for the PCEHR since its introduction in 2012

agenda Monday 5TH May | Sydney Olympic Park

 

eHEALTH 2014.

In a world of emerging and disruptive technologies, healthcare has the potential to emerge as one of the biggest winners, with IT spending by healthcare providers in Australia set to grow from $2 billion in 2012 to $2.25billion in 2015. Delegates heard and met eHealth leaders, listened to case studies, learnt about latest solutions, developed relationships with a powerful group of decision makers, and more.

 


8:30am CeBIT Opening Plenary Session (invitation only)
The Hon Mike Baird MP, Premier of New South Wales
John and Doris Naisbitt, Futurists
Tim Greisinger, VP Smart Cities, APAC, IBM
Monday 5th May 2014 | eHEALTH @ CeBIT 2014
10:00am eHealth Conference Delegate Registration
10:25am Opening Remarks by the Chairman
Prof. Kenneth Morgan, Special Advisor to the Vice Chancellor on eHealth, Cyber Security & Resilience, Flinders University
10:50am Case Study for Health CIO’s – Deploying a robust IT strategy to deliver Better Patient Outcomes
Bill Vargas, Chief Information Officer – Information Services, The Sydney Children’s Hospital Network
11:20am Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital
Barry Mather, Chief Technology Officer, Ramsay Health Care
11:50am Digitally Enabled Health System of the Future
Sarah Dods, Health Services Leader, CSIRO
12:20pm Panel Discussion: Ownership and the Personally Controlled Health Record – Who Should Really Have Control of the Record?
Panel Facilitators:
> Prof. Kenneth Morgan, Special Advisor to the Vice Chancellor on eHealth, Cyber Security & Resilience, Flinders University
Panellists:
> George Tambassis, National President, The Pharmacy Guild of Australia
> Tim Blake, Former CIO and Strategic Advisor to the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
12:50pm Lunch Break and Networking
1:50pm Looking at Australia’s First Fully Integrated Digital Hospital
Richard Royle, Executive Director, UnitingCare Health
2:20pm Accelerating Better Patient Outcomes in Rural and Remote Areas
Andrew Young, Program Manager Rural eHealth, HealthShare
2:50pm Driving Improvement in the Business by Making Evidence-based Decisions
Cameron Crampton, CIO, Ambulance Victoria
3:20pm Afternoon Tea Break and Networking
3:50pm Beyond a simple ROI, using eHealth to transform your organisation
Peter O’Hallorran, CIO, National Blood Authority
4:20pm Digital Disruption and the 'Engaged Patient' - The Path to a Sustainable Health System?
Tim Blake, Former CIO and Strategic Advisor to the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
4:50pm Closing Remarks from the Conference Chair