27 - 28 March, 2019 |
ICC, Sydney, NSW

Digital Healthcare Day One: 27 March, 2019

8:00 am - 9:00 am Registration and Networking

9:00 am - 9:10 am Opening Remarks from the Chair

9:10 am - 9:40 am Optimisation: Get the Basics Right – Select and Align Technology with the Patient Journey for Best Possible Outcomes

Andrew Oldaker - Chief Technology Officer, The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Parkville Precinct’s shared EMR system will service 14% of all clinicians within the Precinct. To achieve a shared EMR, the must have the right foundation by:

  • Reviewing network infrastructure and operating models to standardise the platform and processes
  • Placing clinicians at the centre of everything to driving process and sustainable change
  • Getting the basics right – digital literacy, effective device management and practical design considerations
  • Aligning cultural outcomes and capabilities of all stakeholders for best possible outcomes
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Andrew Oldaker

Chief Technology Officer
The Royal Melbourne Hospital

9:40 am - 10:10 am Solution Provider Session

Could Artificial Intelligence replace your doctor? Consisting of two teams of three, this session will address some of the industry's most contentious topics in an entertaining new format!
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Rod Sprenger

Technology Lead, Victorian Heart Hospital
Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority

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Andrew Oldaker

Chief Technology Officer
The Royal Melbourne Hospital

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Steve Lutz

Managing Director - ANZ
Oneview

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Dr Anjali Jaiprakash

Robologist and Advance QLD Research Fellow
Medical and Healthcare Robotics Group, Queensland University of Technology

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Harry Iles-Mann

Patient/Consumer Advocate and Consumer Reference Lead
Australian Digital Health Agency

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Dr Kevin Bullen

Chief Medical Officer
Primary Healthcare

10:50 am - 11:10 am Speed Networking

An effectively structured interactive session designed to help you expand your network through one-on-one focused conversations. Bring your business cards!

11:10 am - 11:40 am Networking Morning Tea

11:40 am - 12:10 pm Campfire Session: Let’s Review the My Health Record from a Cyber Security Perspective

Federal Agent Spiros Drossos - Team Leader Cybercrime Operations, Australian Federal Police
This session is designed to drive your own learning by giving you the opportunity to share experiences and discuss challenges with the presenter and your peers in an interactive discussion group format:

  • Discuss any data privacy and cyber security issues you may have experienced since the opt in opt out
  • Hear lessons learnt and best practices for prevention 
  • Learn how to report, where to report, why to report and examples

Federal Agent Spiros Drossos

Team Leader Cybercrime Operations
Australian Federal Police

12:10 pm - 12:40 pm People: The Digital Transformation Balancing Act – Patient vs. Clinician Centricity and the Value Delivery Imperative

John Papatheohari - Group Director Information Technology & Digital Transformation, Cabrini Health
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John Papatheohari

Group Director Information Technology & Digital Transformation
Cabrini Health

12:40 pm - 1:40 pm Networking Lunch

1:40 pm - 2:10 pm Big Data: How Data Can be Used to Achieve Better Integrated, Value-Based Healthcare

Alison Verhoeven - Chief Executive Officer, AHHA
A stronger, more effective Australian health system requires the Commonwealth, states and territories to work in partnership to implement a nationally unified but regionally responsive health system, delivering integrated care and services centred on people’s needs. Learn about: 

  • 4 key steps to achieving health reform:  governance, data, workforce and funding 
  • “Value-based” healthcare and what it means to business and our patients 
  • Outcomes-focused data and why we need to make the shift from performance data that only measures inputs and outputs
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Alison Verhoeven

Chief Executive Officer
AHHA

2:10 pm - 2:40 pm Optimisation: eMR or Not eMR? That is the Question

Rosemary Burke - A/District Director of Pharmacy & CPIO, Sydney Local Health District
·         Advantages and disadvantages of an integrated eMR compared to best of breed
·         Challenges  for specialist units
·         Illustrate these points using 2 case studies of an ICU implementation and an oncology/haematology implementation
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Rosemary Burke

A/District Director of Pharmacy & CPIO
Sydney Local Health District

2:40 pm - 3:10 pm Optimisation: The One Patient One Chart Strategy – How to Manage the Data and Your People to Ensure Business Continuity

Ian Dunlop - eMEDs Change Manager, Western Sydney Local Health District
Western Sydney LHD is the first health service globally to adopt a new approach to patient centricity whereby patients remain on one prescribing system through their entire hospital journey. Learn how to replicate the one patient one chart strategy in your health service to significantly reduce:

  • Roll-out timeframes and facility wide disruption
  • Reduce consequential risks to patient safety to maintain business as usual
  • The necessity for hybrid medical records
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Ian Dunlop

eMEDs Change Manager
Western Sydney Local Health District

3:10 pm - 3:40 pm Networking Afternoon Tea

3:40 pm - 4:10 pm Clinician Appearance: Put Yourself in the Clinician’s Shoes to Embrace Change with the Clinician

Dr Kevin Bullen - Chief Medical Officer, Primary Healthcare
Dr Richard Tobin - GP and Medical Director, Rockingham Medical and Dental Centre, WA
Clinicians can be stubborn, resist change and be anxious about their future when we change models of care. But we are all in the same boat – to improve care given to patients. It’s important to engage and motivate clinicians on an individual and team basis while moving to a patient centred approach. Learn:

  • How to engage a GP (and group of healthcare professionals) to change a model of care delivery when they might not see the need to change!
  • How technology/ data and evidence-based medicine promote changes in delivery of primary care to a patient centred model with a team based approach to care
  • As we shift to being more patient than clinician centred, will GPs still have a major role to play?
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Dr Kevin Bullen

Chief Medical Officer
Primary Healthcare

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Dr Richard Tobin

GP and Medical Director
Rockingham Medical and Dental Centre, WA

4:10 pm - 4:40 pm Big Data: Digital Hospital 2.0 – It’s About Putting Patient and Employee Experience into the Mix to Humanise the “Zeros” and “Ones”

Dave Waters - Executive Director - Workforce Services, Metro South Health
Learn how Metro South Health is taking digital to the next level by placing the patient, employee experience and workforce data alongside iEMR and embracing AI to:

  • Extend digital hospital advantages with insights into both patients and employee experience
  • Identify positive correlations across datasets to further improved patient outcomes and people experience in pursuing the concept of outcome and voice optimised healthcare
  • Inform workforce decisions from recruitment to rostering to capability development to recognition and reward so we meet healthcare needs tomorrow or in a decade
  • Gain insights into what staffing mix or training and development contribute to better patient outcomes and experience
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Dave Waters

Executive Director - Workforce Services
Metro South Health

4:40 pm - 6:00 pm Networking Drinks

6:00 pm - 11:00 pm AHW Excellence Awards Dinner & Ceremony – Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf