Health services: integrated care

Health services: integrated care

QLD
Aug 23
The CEDA 2016 Health services series in Queensland builds on leading thinking and on CEDA's past work analysing sector trends, reform, economic impacts, data driven policy and care service integration.

Speakers

Tim Kelsey, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency
Professor Claire Jackson, Chair, Metro North Primary Health Network , Director, Centre for Primary Care Reform Research Excellence, and Professor in Primary Care Research

Event overview

Locally, nationally and internationally there is a pressing social and economic demand for the design and delivery of efficient, sustainable health services and ever improving health outcomes.

Remarkable reform work is being undertaken with new systems, new technologies and data driven decisions and prioritisation transforming healthcare. There is much still to be done as we work to keep healthcare at the cutting edge of medical science, to ensure health services are convenient, connected, well informed and designed and funded for the future. 

Join senior leaders from across sectors and professions for stories of success and local and international insights on the potential of integrated care and the positive work in progress to meet the very high expectations of our nation’s health. 

Meet the speakers

Tim Kelsey
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency

Tim Kelsey is Chief Executive of the Australian Digital Health Agency which is responsible for all national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation and clinical quality and safety.
He was formerly National Director for Patients and Information in NHS England – a role which combined the functions of chief technology and information officer with responsibility for patient and public participation. He took up the post in 2012 after serving as the British government's first Executive Director of Transparency and Open Data.

Professor Claire Jackson
Chair, Metro North Primary Health Network , Director, Centre for Primary Care Reform Research Excellence, and Professor in Primary Care Research

Claire has implemented initiatives to better integrate hospital and community services nationally.  She was a member of the National Primary Care Strategy Expert Reference Group, overseeing the development of Australia’s first primary care strategy and is active in primary care service delivery, education, reform and health services research at a local, state and national level.

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