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Healthcare Infrastructure

Tuesday, 08 June 2021 | 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM | Online

Meeting future demand by improving existing healthcare infrastructure, redeveloping, and building new facilities

Hospitals have an average lifespan of 30 – 40 years so healthcare infrastructure needs to meet the meet demand of today as well as into the future. Operating, maintaining, upgrading, redesigning, redeveloping, and creating healthcare infrastructure is an on-going journey that requires continuous improvement.  

To continuously improve the quality of care delivered, as well as access to specialty care, healthcare infrastructure and healthcare systems need to become more integrated, addressing care needs across the continuum, while utilising technology to enhancing delivery. 

The complimentary Healthcare Infrastructure virtual event will equip attendees with new ideas and strategies on how to meet future demand by improving existing healthcare infrastructure, redeveloping, and building new facilities.  

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Key Takeaways

A must-attend event for public sector organisations looking to:

Hear about the latest improvement strategies and best practice of existing, redesigned, and redeveloped healthcare infrastructure  

Identify how to meet the needs of communities now and into the future  

Learn how to ensure the provision of equitable, safe, high quality, patient-centred healthcare services  

Your Expert Speakers

Kate Copeland
Executive Director Assets and Infrastructure,
Metro North Health

Val Jovevski
Health Segment Director,
Schneider Electric

Ritchie Zealand
Service Delivery Manager,
Q-bital Healthcare Solutions

Adj. Prof Russell Harrison
Chief Executive Officer,
Western Health

John Bose
Manager Engineering Services,
St John of God Murdoch Hospital

Emma Skulander
Chief Operating Officer,
Health Infrastructure NSW

Robert Pulsford
Director Infrastructure WA,
Country Health Service

Jonathan Di Michiel
Partner, Health, Ageing & Human Services,
KPMG

Svetlana Chambers
Associate Director, Engineering & Asset Management Advisory,
KPMG

Agenda at a glance

11:00 AM AEST
Welcome from PSN
11:10 AM AEST
Improving healthcare with better health infrastructure
11:20 AM AEST
Infrastructure as the key to healthcare improvement
11:35 AM AEST
Integrated healthcare public-private partnerships (PPPs)
11:50 AM AEST
Planning, designing, and building the hospital of the future
12:05 PM AEST
Modelling and optimising healthcare infrastructure
12:20 PM AEST
Mastering a complex redevelopment project
12:35 PM AEST
Break
12:40 PM AEST
How to create health infrastructure that can meet the demands of today and tomorrow?
01:00 PM AEST
End of session

Registration

What's included in your registration:

Virtual Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and exploring how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives

Interactivity

An opportunity to engage with the inspiring speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges

Leading Technology Solutions

Hear  from solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services

On-Demand

Receive on-demand access to session content after the conference on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

Complimentary for public sector employees only *

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Event Partners

Host Partner

Platinum Partners

Health and Human Services Community Prospectus

Now more than ever before, the public healthcare system is under pressure to enhance patient-centred outcomes, whilst simultaneously delivering value for money. Federal and State government, district health boards, hospitals, primary health networks and allied organisations are currently investing a great deal of time and money to overcome major systemic and technology barriers.

Showcase your solutions today!

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