CEDA will explore the complex network and future of health services in Australia in 2017.

Australia’s health system is a complex network made up of services, providers and patients, alongside research, technology developments such as e-Health, a widespread workforce, financing and funding as well as Medicare and governance. 

This system provides support to millions of Australians who each require unique and individualised care dependent on age, gender, medical history, culture and socioeconomic background.

CEDA will drive discussion on Australia’s health system in 2017, examining efficient service delivery, innovative and cost-effective funding models and meeting today’s requirements while planning for the future.

Upcoming events and series

The business of age | Perth | 16 May 2017
Strengthening Australia's social services safety net | Sydney | 26 May 2017
Healthcare Innovation | Melbourne | 29 June 2017
NSW Health Update | Sydney | July 2017

View all upcoming health events.

Related material




Turing and the TPP: Intellectual property,  public health and access to essential medicines | CEDA blog | Dr Matthew Rimmer

Integration key to electronic health system | former Victorian Minister for Health and Western Health Chair, the Hon. Bronwyn Pike

Healthcare: Reform or ration | CEDA research | 2013

Health system fails some of Australia's most vulnerable and disadvantaged | Federal Department of Health Secretary, Martin Bowles Consumer driven approach driving change in aged care sector | KPMG Director Health, Ageing and Human Services, Nicki Doyle



Health series supported by CEDA members:

Queensland | Two events