Rethink Healthcare for a Digital Future
5 priorities to improve the care experience, power collaboration and
inspire new insights.
Clinical and executive leaders of healthcare organizations are becoming collaborative partners in creating—not just providing—experiences focused on patient-centered care. They are working with healthcare consumers to deliver the right care at the right time with new hybrid service options in-facility, online and at home.
To adapt, healthcare providers need to redesign care experiences with new models that amplify personalization and enable control of care to the consumer with a focus on convenience, information, guidance and choice. Taking care to the home, requires a wide range of connected data and services.
Join us for a discussion with national healthcare leaders who will explore with you the opportunity to offer a truly connected care experience:
Date: Wednesday, 1 December 2021
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm AEDT
Questions please contact: email@example.com
Limited seats available to ensure a small group setting best suited for interactivity and engagement.
Director Clinical Informatics and Digital Solutions Delivery, Mater
Jayne is Director Clinical Informatics and Digital Solutions Delivery and has held previous roles as Diagnostics solutions Manager and Digital Applications Manager at Mater. Jayne is also a Clinical Reference Lead for the digital Health Agency.
With foundations in Medical Imaging, Jayne has actively pursued a career in Clinical Informatics and Digital Health. She has gained valuable experience from the roles held in both the Private and Public sectors, with particular experience in systems implementation projects, systems remediation and software development projects.
With an increasing demand to improve quality and efficiency across healthcare reform, she is a strong believer in balancing clinical and technical skills to maximize current health technologies in acute healthcare settings. She does not believe in innovation for innovation's sake, rather innovative solutions to issues that will ensure patients will receive high quality care throughout their clinical pathway.
Dr Simon Kos
MBBS, BSc(Med), MBA
Health Industry Executive, Microsoft Australia
Dr. Simon Kos is a registered medical practitioner who has practiced critical care medicine in Australia. He has an MBBS from UNSW and an MBA with a major in change management from AGSM. He has worked in digital health for almost twenty years with Microsoft, Cerner, Intersystems and Next Practice. Significant past roles include global chief medical officer of Microsoft, CEO of Next Practice, Physician Executive with Cerner, and the co-chair of the Global Commission to end the Diagnostic Odyssey for children with a Rare Disease. He is currently a Health Executive with Microsoft Australia, a Medical Advisor at Next Practice, a mentor in the NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme, and an investor in digital health startups./p>
Healthcare Industry Advisor Avanade Australia
Dr. John Zelcer is a healthcare strategy consultant and clinician whose distinguished record spans more than 40 years, covering the private, public and not-for-profit healthcare sectors in clinical, strategic, operational and governance roles. John’s clinical and academic career as an anesthesiologist included a subspecialty focus on obstetrics and gynaecology, urology, head and neck surgery, and neurosurgery. His research focus was primarily on safe anaesthesia practice and the beneficial role of information technology.
His business roles have included board chairmanship, board directorship, and senior executive roles in strategic planning and business development in healthcare services and products companies. In addition he has held strategy management consulting, investment banking advisory and medical technology development roles, and has worked with Tier 1 consulting firms in senior strategic advisory roles, with a key focus on governance, quality and safety in healthcare management.
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