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
Meet some of the worlds leading minds in technology and healthcare
Dr Richard Ashby
CEO & CIO
Director of Innovation
St John of God
Dr Nikhil Pooviah
Founder & CEO
Introducing our 2017 speakers
Dr Nikhil Pooviah
Founder & CEO
Director of ICT Architecture
Director of Clinical Integration
The Sydney Children’s Hospital Network
A look into how HealthDisrupt will progress as the day unfolds
09.00 AM – 09.20 AM
Ministerial Address: Assessing Australia’s emerging Digital Health Landscape
• The NSW Governments approach digital and eHealth.
• Setting an achievable agenda and creating genuine outcomes.
• How the private sector can assist in driving healthcare innovation.
09.20 AM – 09.50 AM
• Enhancing patient care via telemedicine – creating a personalised Healthcare experience.
BlueJeans and West UC
09.50 AM – 10.25 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.
10.25 AM – 10.50 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
10.50 AM – 11.15 AM
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.
11.15 AM – 11.40 AM
Morning Tea & Networking Break
11.40 AM – 12.05 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.
12.05 PM – 12.30 PM
Disrupt TechX in Health: AI, Machine Learning, and Biotechnology
• The technologies set to transform Australia’s health sector.
• Nano-bots, AI, Machine Learning: where are we and where are we going?
• Creating a culture where you can drive and explore these innovations.
• Cross-pollination: how can innovations from other industries be applied to health.
Cheryl McCullagh, Director of Clinical Integration, The Sydney Children’s Hospital Network
12.30 PM – 12.55 PM
12.55 PM – 01.20 PM
Patient Centricity: Revolutionising Delivery & Expectation
• A look at the expectations of the community with regards health delivery.
• How digital is assisting in driving patient-centric outcomes.
• Using the patient experience as a starting point for transformation.
Dr Nikhil Pooviah, Founder & CEO, Cancer Aid
01.20 PM – 02.00 PM
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