Beyond telehealth to the world of virtual care

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The Australian Telehealth Conference
Melbourne     27-28 April 2017     |     #ATC17     @HISA_atc

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Beyond telehealth to the world of virtual care

atc_whiteThe Australian Telehealth Conference
Melbourne     27-28 April 2017

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The future of medicine – anytime, anywhere, continuous personalised care

The future of medicine – anytime, anywhere, continuous personalised care

Australia’s most forward thinking, collaborative telehealth event will showcase the future beyond traditional health for industry leaders, digital entrepreneurs, technologists and researchers.

We will build on Australia’s experience to date in telehealth, call centres, online services and digital applications, to demonstrate world-leading virtual technologies providing the opportunity for new services and models of care.

The Australian Telehealth Conference (ATC) 2017 will be taking place from 27-28 April 2017 at Rydges on Swanston in Melbourne.

Connected Care

CONNECTED CARE

BRIDGING REMOTE AND RURAL DIVIDE

CHANGING ORGANISATIONS

VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY

NEW SPECTRUM OF CARE

NEW MODELS FOR GENERAL PRACTICE

Australia’s most forward thinking, collaborative telehealth event will showcase the future beyond traditional health for industry leaders, digital entrepreneurs, technologists and researchers.

We will build on Australia’s experience to date in telehealth, call centres, online services and digital applications, to demonstrate world-leading virtual technologies providing the opportunity for new services and models of care.

The Australian Telehealth Conference (ATC) 2017 will be taking place from 27-28 April 2017 at Rydges on Swanston in Melbourne.

We look forward to your participation and interest in an increasingly relevant and changing environment which will have an impact on how we work in the future.

New Zealand’s national telehealth service – a year on

HOMECARE MEDICAL NEVER SLEEPS: In June 2015, the company won a $257 million national tender to combine New Zealand’s existing helplines into one integrated national telehealth service. It offers advice on everything from medical emergencies, quitting smoking and dealing with poisons, to alcohol and drug addiction, immunisation, depression and gambling, plus after-hours teletriage services for 600 general practices. “People expect to get help and advice through a variety of channels, they expect to be able to talk to a ‘real’ person and they expect a joined up system that ‘knows’ them.”

Andrew Slater
CEO
Homecare Medical (New Zealand)

Andrew Slater

The people – organisational aspects of Telehealth

WORLD TELEHEALTH RESEARCH LEADER Dr Martiniuk is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at The George Institute for Global Health and conducts research in collaboration with 16 countries. Her expertise is in cohort and cluster randomized controlled trials to improve the health of individuals living in disadvantaged settings. She holds greater than $5.1 million in research funding as a chief/principle investigator and has a total of 106 publications.

A/Prof Alexandra Martiniuk
Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine
University of Sydney and University of Toronto
Senior Research Fellow
George Institute for Global Health

Alexandra Martiniuk
Michael Gill

Prof Chris Bladin
Clinical Program Lead
Victorian Stroke Telemedicine (VST) Program

Michael Gill

Matiu Bush
Manager Specialist Clinics and Nurses
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Michael Gill

Nivedita Deshpande
Regional eHealth/Telehealth Coordinator
Institute for Urban Indigenous Health

Michael Gill

Michael Gill
Founder
Dragon Claw

Dr Stephen Klasko

Dr Stephen Klasko
President and CEO
Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health (USA)

Dr Stephen Klasko

Dr Rosemary McKenzie
Director of Teaching and Learning
Melbourne School of Population and Global Health Deputy Director Centre for Health Policy
The University of Melbourne

Dr Adrian Medhurst

Dr Adrian Medhurst
Co Founder
Amelie.ai

Dr Adrienne O’Neil

Dr Adrienne O’Neil
Senior Research Fellow
University of Melbourne

Jackie Plunkett

Jackie Plunkett
Director
Health Innovation and Telehealth
Loddon Mallee Rural Health Alliance

Wright

David Wright
District Operational Manager
Telehealth Strategy
Western NSW Local Health District

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