Digital Healthcare Summit

held at Victorian Healthcare Week 2017


Digital disruption and transformation across the healthcare sector is gathering pace as we see facilities across Australia at various stages in their journey to digital healthcare provision. Technological advancement, big data and new (and sometimes costly) eHealth solutions require better IT project risk management and governance, benefits realisation and stakeholder engagement for successful project delivery.

In response to the challenges you will face, I am please to share with you the final program for our Digital Healthcare Victoria Summit taking place between 28-29 August at Victorian Healthcare Week 2017.

We are very excited to announce that Andrew Saunders, Director Digital Health, Department of Health and Human Services Victoria, will be officially opening this year’s event!

What's planned for Victorian Healthcare Week 2017?

Event structure at a glance:
Health Facilities Design and Development Summit: 28-29 August
Digital Healthcare Summit:28-29 August
NEW to 2017 - 2 Day Aged Care Summit: 28-29 August
NEW to 2017 - Dedicated Disrupt Healthcare Stage: 28 August

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  • Examine C-level perspectives on IT governance
  • Explore the use of big data and health informatics in strategic decision making
  • Assess workforce capabilities in data analytics and processing
  • Identify and address the challenges associated with EMR project delivery, including legacy system integration
  • Understand and learn strategies to overcome ICT commissioning challenges in a live hospital environment
  • Discover new ways of connecting the patient and carer community besides
  • EMR Reinvent your digital ecosystem to be patient-centric
  • Assess the maturity of your cyber security and data governance regimes
  • Discuss ICT infrastructure implementation Learn about technologies leveraged to re-invent models of care
  • And More!

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