Whole-Of-Sector Collaboration for a Future Proof National Healthcare System
The need for an interconnected, inclusive, and sustainable healthcare system is great than ever. To future-proof public sector healthcare and address underlying systemic challenges, integrating the voices of the workforce and patients with enhanced technological innovation is paramount.
Previously-hidden systemic problems being rapidly uncovered, and the experience of a pandemic-forced and unprecedented cross-government collaboration is now under our belt. The Public Sector Network’s 5th Annual Health Innovation Roadshow 2022 focuses on overcoming today’s collective health system challenges through whole-of-sector collaboration and innovation.
Join us for a not-to-be-missed opportunity to collaborate and partner in shaping the future of a thriving and inclusive healthcare system!
Benefits of Attending
Your Inspiring Speakers
Agency for Clinical Innovation
Sydney North Public Health Network
Executive Director Integrated Care, Mental Health, Planning, Information & Performance,
Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District
District Director People & Wellbeing,
Southern NSW Local Health District
Deputy Director-General & Chief
eHealth Queensland &
Dr Jason Brown,
Metro North HHS
Executive Director, Workforce,
Central Queensland Hospital & Health Service
Executive Director, Research & Innovations,
Mackay Hospital &
A/Executive Director Strategy, Planning, Improvement & Innovation,
Chief Clinical Information Officer,
Office of the Chief Medical Information Officer, SA Health
Executive Director, Integrated Care Systems,
Executive Director Strategy & Innovation,
Northern Adelaide Local Health Network
Executive Director, Consumer & Clinical Partnerships,
Commission for Excellence & Innovation in Health
Executive Director Clinical Innovation, & Director,
Riverland Mallee Coorong LHN & Royal Flying Doctor Service
General Manager – Primary Care Innovation & Development,
WA Primary Health Alliance
Executive Director, Transformation,
South Metropolitan Health Service
Group Director Workforce,
St John of God Health Care
Executive Director, Safety, Quality and Innovation,
Child & Adolescent
Hon. Andrew Little,
Minister of Health,
Chief Information Officer,
Tu Ora Compass Health
Current Chief Executive, Interim Regional Director,
Whanganui District Health Board Health, Health New Zealand
The Health Innovation Roadshow 2022 features the latest initiatives throughout Australia and New Zealand; sharing insights via keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, and roundtable chats.
Accelerating the Evolution into a Future-proof, Outcome-based & Person-Centred Healthcare System
Reinventing Health Analytics & Clinical Informatics for Data-Informed Care
South Australia’s Innovation Excellence: Health Analytics & Clinical Informatics for Data-Informed Care
Transforming the Face of Clinical Analytics & EMR in Western Australia
A Vision for the Future of Health: National Reform for an Accessible and Sustainable NZ Healthcare System
Integrated, Localised, Empowered NZ Health Workforce
Roadshow roundtables are an opportunity for participants to address a specific issue in a structured, interactive session. Specific group activities and exercises are incorporated to stimulate cross-fertilisation of ideas and to allow for participants to problem-solve approaches to common problems. More information on state specific roundtables can be found in the agenda
Creating a Whole-of-Sector, Digitally-Enabled & Interconnected Healthcare System
- What are the greatest challenges and impacts of a today’s fragmented and siloed system, and why is so much of it chronic? How might this inform potential preventative, protective and truly effective solutions?
- What opportunities are available for trust and effective communication, collaboration and partnerships across health services, policy and even across community? (e.g. hospitals, out-of-hospital, government, families)
- How can we best approach the use of technology, virtual mediums, and digital infrastructure for person-focused, inclusive and digitally accessible care for all?
- How can we best leverage electronic records and digital to improve quality of care and strengthen multidisciplinary/cross-organisational collaboration?
- What are your closing top tips to sustain effective innovation for a patient-focused, collaborative, digitally-enabled healthcare system?