Healthcare innovation

Healthcare innovation

VIC
Jun 29
Join healthcare leaders as we look at the opportunities for business system innovation, efficiency and improved patient outcomes.

Speakers

Dr Anne Duggan, Senior Medical Advisor, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
Rohan Mead, Group Managing Director and CEO, Australian Unity
Kym Peake, Secretary, Victorian Department of Health and Human Services
Dr Michael Walsh, Chief Executive Officer, Cabrini Health

Event overview

One in every 10 dollars in the Australian economy is spent in the healthcare sector. Yet compared to other economic sectors, such as mining, manufacturing and other services, it has not kept pace in terms of business system innovation.

At this event, CEDA reorients the discussion on healthcare innovation toward business system innovation. How can the work practices of clinicians and hospitals be enhanced and redesigned to achieve the “triple aim” of health care improvement: improved patient experience, improved population health and reduced per capita cost of healthcare?

Meet the speakers

Dr Anne Duggan
Senior Medical Advisor, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care

Rohan Mead
Group Managing Director and CEO, Australian Unity

Kym Peake
Secretary, Victorian Department of Health and Human Services

Dr Michael Walsh
Chief Executive Officer, Cabrini Health

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