Health services

Health services

QLD
Sep 3
The second event in CEDA's 2015 Health services series considers the policy settings and reforms required for sector growth and consumer satisfaction.

Speakers

The Hon. Cameron Dick MP, State Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services
Professor Johannes Stoelwinder, Head, Division of Health Services and Global Health Research, School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine, Monash University
Liz Forsyth, National Sector Lead, Health, Ageing and Human Services, KPMG

Event overview

Health services are increasingly driven by expectations of mixed provisioning, integrated patient care solutions and patient centricity.  Effectively managing service use, labour force productivity and new technology is critical to meeting consumer demands and reducing costs.

In this change environment what policy settings, system reforms and strategies are required to ensure health infrastructure has the flexibility and capacity to meet future service requirements, and encourage new entrants and new solutions?

Join a senior audience of professionals from across sectors, leading speakers and State Minister for Health, the Hon. Cameron Dick MP to discuss the future delivery of health services in Queensland.

Meet the speakers

The Hon. Cameron Dick MP
State Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services

The Hon. Cameron Dick has practiced law in both the public and private sectors. Cameron has previously served as Queensland Attorney-General and held Ministerial portfolios in Education and Industrial Relations. As Minister for Health and Ambulance Services he is responsible for the delivery of Health services in Queensland.

Professor Johannes Stoelwinder
Head, Division of Health Services and Global Health Research, School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine, Monash University

Professor Stoelwinder has been a provider, payer, regulator and academic in the health system. His past roles have included specialist physician, public hospital CEO, private hospital director, Member of the Private Health Insurance Administration Council and Director of Medibank Private Limited.

Meet the moderator

Liz Forsyth
National Sector Lead, Health, Ageing and Human Services, KPMG

Liz Forsyth is responsible for the development of KPMG services to key government, private and not for profit clients working within Health, Ageing and Human Services. She is a member of KMPG’s Global Centres of Excellent for Health and Human services and Deputy Chair, KPMG Australia.

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