• Healthcare Innovation Summit Australia

14 November 2018

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park, Australia

Healthcare Innovation Summit Australia

Optimizing Investment and Technology to Deliver Sustainable and Affordable Healthcare

"While the cost of Australia’s health system currently represents 9.8 per cent of GDP, real federal health expenditure per person is projected to more than double over the next 40 years."

- Reimagining Health Reform in Australia: Taking a Systems Approach to Health and Wellness, PwC

As per the 2015 Intergenerational Report, there will be more than 40,000 people aged over 100 years and millions more above 65 years in next 35 years, creating a significant implication on the health and aged care services, as the current cost of health services rises at twice the rate of GDP.

As these two factors stretch at extremes, an escalating NCD burden, owing to sedentary lifestyle, is already draining the resources. 

The government’s recent creation of Digital Health Agency aims to coordinate the technology transformation in the healthcare to enable patients to be empowered, be responsible and be served with a higher experience, and is a step in the right direction towards delivering sustainable and affordable healthcare.

Questex Asia’s Healthcare Innovation Summit Australia, running this November will bring together 160+ practitioners from policy makers, regulators, public/private healthcare institutions, insurance firms, consultants and technology providers – to discuss key topics that summarize the best practices and innovations in healthcare delivery across the region.

Key Topics Presented Include

•   Affordable Healthcare Delivery through Collaborative Education
•   Balancing the Supply-Demand of Healthcare through Technology: Education, Monitoring, Support and Experience
•   Sustainable Healthcare Delivery: How to Optimize Investment into Technology and Integration
•   Driving towards Low Acuity Delivery
•   AI and Cybersecurity in EMR, Patient Experience and Compliance Regulations
•   Medico-ethical-legal Challenges in 3D Printing’s Biomedical Applications
•   Reduction of NCD using Innovative Technologies

Who Should Attend

Government Agencies, Residential / Community / Aged Care Providers, Technology Providers and following senior executives from Private and Public Healthcare Institutions:

•   CEO/COO/CIO/CISO
•   Chief Medical Officer
•   Head / Lead - Healthcare Transformation
•   Head of IT
•   Director - Strategic Planning
•   Director - Innovation Management
•   Director - Patient Experience Development      
•   Director ­- Medical Informatics
•   Director - Quality Management
•   Chief Medical Information Officer
•   Chief Scientific Officer

  • “Great insights from speakers. Great place for networking."

    Kristo Forus Hendra Djaya, Chief Executive Officer - In-Harmony Clinic

  • “Insightful sharing and I got new ideas to consider applying when I get back to work. Also, it was great to network with other participants."

    Alvin Ong, Chief Information Officer - Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

  • “An eye-opening forum with good info sharing sessions.”

    Myat Maw Tun, Senior Lecturer, Health Science - Ngee Ann Polytechnic

AGENDA

8:30

REGISTRATION & WELCOME REFRESHMENT

9:00

CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME REMARKS

Capitalizing on New Opportunities: Tapping the Technology Disruption for Reforming the Healthcare Systems

9:05

VIDEO PRESENTATION: Unveiling the Opportunities for Healthcare Innovation in Aiding Economic Growth

9:10

KEYNOTE PANEL: Enhancing Stakeholders Collaboration for Affordable and Secure Healthcare Delivery

9:55

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Creating an Effective and Fully Integrated Digital Health Service Within a Decade

10:15

APAC PANEL DISCUSSION: Enhancing the Efficiency of Defending the Regional Healthcare Mechanisms from Data Attacks

11:00

Networking Coffee Break

The Innovations and Metrics of Efficiency: The Best Practices

11:20

Discovering the New Cybersecurity Threat Vectors in Medical Imaging and Data: How to Address the breaches More Cost Efficiently

11:40

The Future of Smart Healthcare: Innovations, AI and Big Data Analytics Enabling Population Health Management

12:00

PANEL DISCUSSION: Redesigning an Integrated Healthcare Delivery System to Deliver Improved Patient Experience

12:40

Implementing a State-wide Review of In-patient Beds Using Clinical Utilization Tool (MCAP): Supporting Clinical Service Planning

1:00

Networking Lunch

Enhancing Patient Experience through Optimal Technology Integration

2:00

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Driving Towards a Low-Acuity Model: What are the Best Practices?

2:20

PANEL DISCUSSION: Tackling the Challenges in Rural & Remote Healthcare Delivery through Innovative Strategies

3:00

NETWORKING COFFEE BREAK

Healthcare Innovation: Best Practices & Case Studies

3:20

CASE STUDY: Transformation Journey of Digital Dentistry: Integrating 3D Additive Manufacturing into Australia's Largest Dental Lab

3:40

CASE STUDY: Innovation Brings Empathy to Dementia Support and Care

4:00

CASE STUDY: Non-invasive Rubber Electronics for Better Aged Care

4:20

CASE STUDY: Analyzing Cost-Benefit of Innovation in Improving Patient Outcome: Global Comparisons

4:40

CASE STUDY: Integrated Care for Children with Medical Complexities: Cost Savings, Less Burden on Families and Benefits for Healthcare Providers

5:00

CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS

5:05

END OF CONFERENCE

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Discovering the New Cybersecurity Threat Vectors in Medical Imaging and Data: How to Address the breaches More Cost Efficiently

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The Future of Smart Healthcare: Innovations, AI and Big Data Analytics Enabling Population Health Management

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Implementing a State-wide Review of In-patient Beds Using Clinical Utilization Tool (MCAP): Supporting Clinical Service Planning

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CASE STUDY: Non-invasive Rubber Electronics for Better Aged Care

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CASE STUDY: Analyzing Cost-Benefit of Innovation in Improving Patient Outcome: Global Comparisons

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CASE STUDY: Integrated Care for Children with Medical Complexities: Cost Savings, Less Burden on Families and Benefits for Healthcare Providers

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