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Transforming Australia’s Health Industry


Melbourne – 18th September | Brisbane – 19th September | Sydney – 20th September

Wellington 21st September








As we focus on delivering better, patient-centric journeys, insights and outcomes inefficient ways, we soon discover the new opportunities for innovation, as well as the challenges and risks. While new technologies offer exciting possibilities, the task of navigating the best path in an increasingly interconnected digital ecosystem is not one for the faint-hearted.

The Digital Health Series 2018 will look at digital strategies that increase capacity for innovation, applications of AI for optimised care delivery, leveraging data for enhanced decision making and to inform organisational strategy, and the effective integration of digital platforms across health facilities.

The Series will bring together senior stakeholders to discuss the latest advancements, issues and opportunities in the health sector.

The Series

  • Case-study driven
  • 4 Locations
  • 400+ Attendees across the series
  • 6 In-depth roundtable discussions
  • Enhanced opportunities to network and share experiences


• Better experiences and outcomes
• Decision-making for clinicians with Big Data
• Improving population health through analytics
• Digitising infrastructure for efficiency and productivity
• Exploring AI & its potential to augment clinicians


• AI: Augmenting clinicians and medical science
• Healthcare on the go: Workforce mobility & collaboration
• Security: Data ownership, control and sharing
• Data driven decision-making for quality & safety
• New Tech & Investments: Staying focussed


Key topics will include:

 Patient centricity: Revolutionising delivery for better  experiences and outcomes
 Building the health care provider’s capacity for innovation
 Opportunities for Big Data to drive decision making for clinicians
 Improving the health of the population through clinical analytics
 Digitising key infrastructure for clinical efficiency and productivity
 Device integration, mobility and collaboration with health providers to deliver a safer, integrated approach to patient care
 Explore AI innovations and its potential to augment clinicians


The Digital Health Series 2018 connects healthcare professionals who strive to deliver better patient-centric journeys, achieve increased clinical effectiveness and operational excellence, enabled by new technologies that provide a secure and seamless experience.

Attendees will include:
 Health Departments
 Public Hospitals
 Private Hospitals
 District Health Boards
 Primary Health Networks
 Local Hospital Network (LHN)

With job titles that include:
 Chief Data Officer
 Chief Medical Officer
 Chief Medical Information Officers
 Chief Nursing Information Officers
 Clinical
 Medical Services
 Digital Transformation
 Digital Integration
 Information Management
 Emergency Dept
 Operations


  • Dr Clair Sullivan
    Consultant Endocrinologist and Medical Informatician
    Princess Alexandra Hospital
  • Professor Andrew Wilson
    Victorian Chief Medical Officer
    Department of Health & Human Services, Victorian Government
  • Angus Ritchie
    Nephrologist, Concord Hospital and Chief Medical Information Officer,
    Sydney Local Health District (SLHD)
  • Anthony Brown
    Executive Director
    Health Consumers NSW
  • Dr Brent Richards
    Medical Director of Innovation
    Gold Coast University Hospital
  • Dr Zoran Bolevich,
    Chief Executive Officer
    eHealth NSW
  • Dr Zena Burgess
    Chief Executive Officer
  • Sue Shilbury
    Chief Executive Officer
    Austin Health
  • Raj Verma
    Director, System Transformation and Patient Experience
    Agency for Clinical Innovation
  • Michael Frost
    Group Head, Communications and Primary Healthcare
    Australian Institute of Health and Welfare


Agenda Overview for the Series
08:30 Registration 
09:00  Public Sector Network Welcome and Opening remarks from Chair
09:15 – 09:40 Safer Care through Optimisation of Human Resources with Scribes in the Emergency Department
09:40 – 10:00 Partner Session: Creating a Digital Ecosystem that delivers a patient-centric experience and operational efficiencies
10:00 – 10:40 MyHealth Record: Challenges as a Vehicle for Sharing Data Between Patients and Clinicians
10:40 – 11:00 Morning Tea & Networking
11:00 – 11:25 Improving Patient Care, Operational Performance and Reducing Healthcare Costs with Predictive Analytics
11:25 – 12:05 Roundtable Sessions
12:05 – 12:25 Partner Session: Ensuring Safe Delivery of World Class Healthcare through CyberSecurity Diligence
12:25 – 13:05 Panel Discussion: The Future of Australia’s Health System: Creating Better Value Care
13:05 – 13:30  Closing Remarks & Networking Lunch


If you are interested in showcasing your products or services and would like more information, please contact us via email: sponsor@publicsectornetwork.com.au


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    • Limited Availablity
    • Full Access to Conference
    • Lunch and refreshments provided


    • Full Access to Conference
    • Lunch and refreshments provided

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