Advancing Digitally-Enabled Patient-Centric Systems
The strong momentum and need for change in the last two years leads us into the second quarter of an eventful 2022.
As healthcare professionals and healthcare consumers, global market demands substantial steps forward in the baseline patient-experience that requires changing the mindsets of providers and the public to both put genuine spotlight on the patient.
With this in mind, join us for a dynamic conversation on the 4th of May at the Driving an Accessible, Progressive and Secure Healthcare System, part of the Health & Human Services National Insights Series.
We will be discussing intentional designs for a patient centric customer journey, preparing ethical AI for patient experience and efficient healthcare, trust, partnerships and data- sharing for communicating and functioning in future of healthcare.
Benefits of Attending
A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers
Group Manager of Improvement and Experience
St Vincent’s Health Australia
Director Clinical Informatics,
Data & Analytics
A/Director Patient Support Services, HealthShare NSW
Preparing for the Future with Digital Patient Journeys
- Developing IT systems for the future within public sector health settings often needs trusting relationships and stable boundaries to create an innovative solution
- Local developments underway in NSW for Emergency Department nurses, creating protocols requiring adaptive education and training endorsed by new partners within the IT and health ecosystem
- Collaboration within the NSW EPIC project involving multidisciplinary partners using their strengths to deliver value with digital solutions
Applying Ethical AI for More Efficient and Trustworthy Health Systems
- Creating responsible, empowering and expansive clinical informatics systems that support the use of machine learning
- Human centred, ethical, safe and accountable design to align machine with patient-centric care
- Refining research and increasing maturity of responsible AI in healthcare organisations
The Power of Multidisciplinary & Data-Driven Teams – Tasmanian Health Service
- How the Tasmanian Health Service is moving beyond allied health as a siloed discipline and what we can learn from this to upskill our healthcare workforce
- Gleaning better patient outcomes through the leadership skills building project
- The challenges of incorporating innovative digital health practices in healthcare and our next steps as a healthcare ecosystem
- How insights through non-clinical activity data could enhance performance of health teams
COVID Lessons – Building Resilient & Sustainable Health Systems Now
- What have been the biggest shifts in a post COVID healthcare system?
- Where are the boundaries for efficiency and ethics and how can we embed this into our new way of working with patients, providers and data?
- What are the new implications for stewardship, innovation and design?
- How can we apply these experiences today to future-proof healthcare supply chains, enhance communication and collaboration, and take proactive response measures through calculated risk management?