The Australian Telehealth Conference (ATC) 2016 is taking place on 28-29 April at the Swissotel in Sydney and will shine a light on the best sustainable programs, the potentially disruptive business models, and the latest government initiatives that are converging to make telehealth mainstream.

ATC Chair, Leigh Donoghue said the program has been designed to take the telehealth conversation to the next level, setting the scene for building scale and impact.

“Participants can expect to discover how telehealth leaders are increasing consumer engagement, applying new technology and platforms, making telehealth programs sustainable and integrating telehealth with workflows,” he said.

“We have an exceptional speaker line-up who will cover telehealth technology implementation from hospital settings, primary care, aged care, allied health, community care and into the consumers’ home.

“And of course, all participants will have unrivalled networking opportunities with the leading decision makers in telehealth in Australia.”

For more information and to register, go to hisa.org.au/atc

Hurry, speedy sale rates are limited to 50 delegates!

Confirmed speakers include:

Prof Mohamed Khadra, Professor and Head of Surgery at Sydney Medical School
Scaling up telehealth

Andrew Slater, CEO at Homecare Medical (New Zealand)
Building a large scale service change

Dr Shannon Nott, Founding Co-Chair of Future Health Leaders
A clinical practitioner’s perspective

Jason Trethowan, CEO at Western Victoria Primary Health Network
Extending the reach of primary care

Andrew Lin, Founder and CEO at CliniCloud
Home medical devices

Prof Anton Donker, General Manager Digital Services and Chief Information Officer at Healthdirect Australia
Consumer led approach

Susan Jury, Telehealth Program Manager at Royal Children’s Hospital (Melbourne)
Successes and lessons

A/Prof Andrew Kornberg, Director, RCH Global at Royal Children’s Hospital (Melbourne)
Successes and lessons

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