Transforming Australia's Health Industry

The technology disrupting Australia’s health sector

HealthDisrupt 2017 is a part of OmniChannel Media’s wider “Disrupt” series which will look to showcase innovative thought-leadership that explores the role of that technology is having on industry transformation.

The health industry in Australia is undergoing a transformation at a rapid speed. Underwriting this transformation are technologies aimed at increasing efficiencies in operation, as well as technologies aimed at enhancing the patient experience.

The challenge: the complexities of providing health services to the whole of community. Traditionally, health has been an industry with fragmented operations that are stretched in terms of resource, technology strategy, and skillsets. The “culture” of digital transformation in health is a long and arduous one, which requires assistance from the technology industry.

The event will look to showcase critical themes such as: how health teams can build data a strategic asset, cloud-computing and hyper-converged infrastructure, using digital to modernise internal systems, as well as the role that digital applications and engagement have on patient outcomes.

AI, IoT, cloud, Big Data, and the “Digital Ecosytem”, we look forward to showcasing these concepts and many more within the context and culture of Australia’s health industry.

LEADERS IN HEALTH

CRITICAL KEYNOTES

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Advisory Panel

Meet some of the worlds leading minds in technology and healthcare

dr-rich
Dr Richard Ashby

CEO & CIO
eHealth Queensland

melissa

Melissa Casey

Director of Innovation
Monash University

doug
Doug Horsley

CIO
St John of God

nik
Dr Nikhil Pooviah

Founder & CEO
Cancer Aid

Speakers

Introducing our 2017 speakers

Raghav
Dr Raghav Murali-Ganesh

Co-Founder
Cancer Aid

danny
Danny Lindrea

Director of ICT Architecture
Bendigo Health

heike
Heike Magura

Director Performance & Analytics
Mater Health

peter
Dr Peter Beven

Program Director Innovation – Digital Strategy Branch
eHealth Queensland

&

Director Industry Projects
QUT Graduate School of Business

cheryl
Cheryl McCullagh

Director of Clinical Integration
The Sydney Children’s Hospital Network

harry
Dr Harry Lai

A/Director, Informatics and Information
NSW Ambulance

jen
Jen Bichel-Findlay

Director, Digital Health and Innovation
UTS

seven
Seven Guney

Program Manager, Health Informatics and Analytics Program
Northern Sydney Local Health District

brett
Brett Johnson

Director of Digital Sales, APAC
West Unified Communications Services

james
James Brennan

Director Asia Pacific
BlueJeans Network

Agenda

A look into how HealthDisrupt will progress as the day unfolds

08.30 AM – 09.00 AM

Registrations Commence

09.00 AM – 09.10 AM

MC Introduction

09.10 AM – 09.40 AM

Patient Centricity: Revolutionising Delivery & Expectation

• A look at the expectations of the community with regards to health delivery.
• CancerAid: fostering a community of care.
• How digital is assisting in driving patient-centric outcomes.
• Using the patient experience as a starting point for transformation.

 Dr Raghav Murali-Ganesh, Co-Founder, Cancer Aid

09.40 AM – 10.10 AM

Tele-Innovation: Enhancing Patient Care via Tele-Medicine and Video Technology

• The future of video collaboration: creating a personalised healthcare experience.
• A look at how innovative tele-health innovations can be adopted.
• Practical outcomes, how video technology is transforming patient care.
• A look into the future? Incorperating IoT, AI and Predictive Analytics into the mix.

 Brett Johnson, Director of Digital Sales, APAC, West Unified Communications Services
 James Brennan, Director Asia Pacific, BlueJeans Network

 10.10 AM – 10.35 AM

Cloud Transformation: how IT Infrastructure is Encouraging Health Innovation

• Infrastructure transformation in health: responding to the change.
• Speed, performance, and scalability: future proofing technology systems.
• The security implications of cloud: can you “outsource” risk?

 Danny Lindrea, Director of ICT Architecture, Bendigo Health

 10.35 AM – 11.00 AM

Digital IT in the Health Sector: a Panel Discussion

• The future of digital health: patient centricity and heightened engagement.
• How is digital assisting in driving preventative treatments and preventions?
• Building a culture digital engagement and encouraging change.
• How agile methodologies can be applied to digital health for quick wins.

 Seven Guney, Program Manager, Health Informatics and Analytics Program, Northern Sydney Local Health District
 Jen Bichel-Findlay, Director, Digital Health and Innovation, UTS
 Dr Harry Lai, A/Director, Informatics and Information, NSW Ambulance
 Cheryl McCullagh, Director of Clinical Integration, The Sydney Children’s Hospital Network

11.10 AM – 11.35 AM

Morning Tea & Networking Break

 11.35 AM – 12.00 PM

Data as a Strategic Asset in Decision Making

• Creating utility out of the “proliferation of data” in Health.
• Building a culture where data is a strategic asset to your organisation.
• Overcoming the challenges of data transitioning and fragmentation, a cultural approach.

 Heike Magura, Director Performance & Analytics, Mater Health

 12.00 PM – 12.15 PM

Healthcare Collaboration: Speeding Care and Saving Lives

• Patient Centered Care with Video Collaboration.
• Telemedicine solutions.
• Medical Education with Video Collaboration.
• Video – How telemedicine transforms coordinated care.

 James Ware, Senior Manager Microsoft Alliance, Polycom, ANZ

 12.15 PM – 12.50 PM

Security in Health: Protecting New Innovations & Responding to Threats

• The proliferation of data – managing and containing your patient’s assets.
• The threat of cyber-disruption on the whole-of-organisations.
• Building a “secure culture”: being proactive about security.
• Malicious malware, ransomware, social penetration: transforming security first.
• Blockchain & AI: The technologies securing healthcare systems.

 Peter Beven, Program Director Innovation – Digital Strategy Branch, eHealth Queensland

 12.50 PM – 02.00 PM

Networking Lunch

02.00 PM

Conference Close

Event Sponsors

Check out the awesome companies that are making this event possible

2017 GOLD SPONSORS
bluejeans
west
2017 BRONZE SPONSORS
advantech
2017 COFFEE SPONSOR
advantech
2017 SUPPORTING SPONSORS
ascom
PREVIOUS DISRUPT SERIES SPONSORS
amazon
akamai
commvault
pitney
MEDIA SPONSORS
techexec
maretingexec

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