Innovation and regulation in the digital age

Innovation and regulation in the digital age

VIC
Aug 13
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Speakers

Phil Chronican, Chief Executive Officer Australia, ANZ Banking Group
Professor Jane den Hollander AO, Vice Chancellor, Deakin University
Richard Royle, National Digital Health Leader, PwC

Event overview

Join an exceptional panel of speakers for this thought-provoking discussion on the need to reform regulatory frameworks established in the pre-digital era in health, education and banking.

  • Education providers are challenged by major changes in the delivery of education (MOOCs and student badging). How do existing rules around quality and standards prevent the implementation of new technological innovations in Australia?
  • e-Health technology has the capacity to transform the delivery of health services, yet progress on a national eHealth system has been slow with concerns around accuracy and privacy. Is a national approach the best way to go?
  • Digital disruption in the banking and financial sector is well documented but is regulation impeding the development of new capabilities?

In the context of this change, traditional business models may be encumbered not just by their own late adoption, but by old regulatory frameworks established in the pre-digital era that stifle the new wave of innovation. Join CEDA for this important discussion.

Meet the speakers

Phil Chronican
Chief Executive Officer Australia, ANZ Banking Group

Professor Jane den Hollander AO
Vice Chancellor, Deakin University

Richard Royle
National Digital Health Leader, PwC

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