Health services

Health services

QLD
Mar 11
The CEDA 2016 Health services series in Queensland builds on leading thinking and on CEDA's past work analysing health policy, sector reform, impacts for the national economy and the integration of technological innovation.

Speakers

Martin Bowles PSM, Secretary, Federal Department of Health

Event overview

In 2016 we will see the turning economics of health; the complex interplays between the taxation, federation and health reform agendas, a remix in private and public service providers, and role of population based funding, infometrics and predictive and prescriptive analytics in righting the health system for our future.

We open the series with a keynote address by Martin Bowles PSM, Secretary, Federal Department of Health. Positioning the department as steward of the nation’s health system, Bowles is leading reviews and reforms of primary health care, mental health and dental care. He is an advocate of data driven policy and performance and outcome driven spending.  

Join senior leaders, your colleagues and guests to consider now next-generation policy and economics of our multi-billion dollar health sector. 

Meet the keynote speaker

Martin Bowles PSM
Secretary, Federal Department of Health

Martin Bowles has led major reform and organisational change in health and in education. In Federal Government he had previously served as Department of Defence Deputy Secretary and Department of Immigration and Border Protection Secretary.

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