eHealth Leaders Summit - Agenda

30th March 2017


08:25 | OPENING REMARKS FROM HOST

Alfred Poor, Chief Editor, Health Tech Insider


POLICY


08:30 | National Digital Health Strategy

  • Prioritising interoperability and secure messaging between healthcare providers

  • Update and announcements on The My Health Record

  • Driving the digital healthcare agenda - ADHA priorities

Tim Kelsey, CEO, Australian Digital Health Agency


08:50 | Transitioning the economy of health

  • Discussion of allocation efficiency vs. technical efficiency of government finance

  • Who owns the retail environment in the health economy?

Craig Bosworth, former Chief of Staff to The Hon. Sussan Ley MP (Federal Health Minister)


09:10 | The National benefits of eHealth in Australia - an evidence based approach

  • Overall framework for the expected benefits for different eHealth capabilities in development by the federal government

  • Overview of the jurisdictions; including research and evidence around the main ROI drivers

Chris Bartlett, Partner at Strategy&, PwC


FUNDING HEALTHCARE

 

9:30 | Faster Health Care Decision-Making Requires 'Always-On Access'

Nathan Steiner, Head of Systems Engineering ANZ, Veeam Software

 

09:50 | Morning Tea & Coffee Break and Exhibition Viewing


10:10 | Capitalising Opportunities in China's Trillion Dollar Healthcare Market

  • Introduction to the healthcare landscape in China

  • Australia is well placed to take advantage of the opportunities in the China market

  • Areas of significant opportunities

  • Why Australian companies have failed in engagements with the market

Jason Sun, Head of Engagement (Greater China), Department of Health and Human Services

 

10:30 | The economics of health

DISCUSSION PANEL

  • Can technology drive down costs or is it increasing costs?

  • What is the role of health insurers in innovation?

  • Challenges and strategies in collaborating between funds/providers

  • What can we learn by the adoption of new delivery models internationally?

Moderator:

Bernie Kelly, Managing Director, Business & Healthcare Performance Group

 

Panellists:  

Marc Miller, General Manager, Group Strategy & Innovation, Medibank Private

Troy Sheahan, Chief Executive Officer, Members Own

Branko Celler, former Director, CSIRO NBN Telehealth Project

 

11:00 | Peer-to-Peer Roundtables

Roundtables are small group discussions focused on a particular topic and directed by a central table host who guides the conversation and facilitates questions and answers from participants. Roundtables run in three rotations of 20 minutes each. Delegates pre-select these sessions ahead of the event so they cover the issues and topics that matter most to them.

 





12:20 | Lunch and Exhibition Viewing

 

SECURITY AND PRIVACY


13:40 | Detect Anomalous Behaviour and Intrusions in Healthcare with Splunk Enterprise Security

  • How to deliver enterprise wide security

  • How to gain support for industry standards and compliance requirements

  • How to gain agile, adaptive response to security and privacy

  • Demonstration of how to transform machine data into real-time security intelligence to effectively combat current

  • Demonstration of how to transform next generation threats through an adaptive security posture leveraging best of breed capabilities for security and privacy provision

 

Neil Gow, Senior Sales Engineering Manager, ANZ, Splunk

 

 

PRODUCTIVITY


14:00 | CASE STUDY - Virtualising healthcare in a public tertiary and rural hospital setting

  • Servicing 460,000 citizens with 60% of the population living rurally how will Waikato DHB move towards 30% of patients accessing care virtually by the end of 2017?

  • Review of rapid adaptation of virtual care access to outpatient clinics, district nursing, and after hours acute care; and lessons learned in change management

  • How we translated an American application into the NZ environment

Ruth Large, Clinical Director, Thames Hospital; Clinical Director Virtual Healthcare, Waikato DHB

 

 

14:20 | What do you do when users have had enough?

  • Explore what usability and UX are in relation to software in healthcare, and how they are related

  • Address the issue of how lousy user interfaces inhibit appropriate use of EMR/EHR

  • Examine why it is important that this future state is achieved

Christopher Bain, Associate Professor, Monash University Faculty of IT; Founder of HealthTech-UX; Chief Health Information; Services Manager, Mercy Public Hospitals Inc.

 

14:40 | Afternoon Tea & Coffee Break and Exhibition Viewing

 

DIGITISATION

 

15:20 | Achieving a Balanced Strategy for Digital Transformation in Healthcare

This informative session will describe an approach to:

  • Ensuring a business driven, patient centred digital vision and strategy

  • Outline a method of engagement with key stakeholders

  • Provide insights on methods for getting buy in and generating excitement about the future

  • Illustrate a practical method for driving a multi-year road-map from your approved vision and strategy

David Kempson, Chief Information Officer, Mater Misericordiae Limited

 

BIG DATA POTENTIAL

 

15:40 | Four corners: EHR, Telehealth and big data potential and pitfalls

Join four different stakeholders as they discuss their perspective EHR, telehealth and big data.

  • What are the outcomes of de-personalizing data?

  • Cybersecurity issues, telehealth – can it be hacked?

  • Dealing with cost prohibitive aspects of EHR/Telehealth

  • Service implications and practicing models of digital health

  • Evaluating process redesign challenges in implementation

Moderator:

Dr Peter Del Fante, Senior Clinical Reference Lead, Australian Digital Health Agency

 

Panellists:

Dr. Bastian Seidel, President, RACGP

Bob Biddle, Founder, Health&

Brett McPherson, Director, Australian Association of Practice Management

Terry Sweeney, IBM Watson Health Executive, Asia Pacific, Japan, China, IBM


16:40 | CLOSING REMARKS BY HOST

Alfred Poor, Chief Editor, Health Tech Insider

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