Thank you for attending ATC!


On behalf of the organising committee, we would like to thank you for making ATC 2019 our most successful and engaging telehealth event. There were more than 1,023,000 impressions on Twitter, and the feedback by those who attended has been terrific. We look forward to seeing you in the near future!

Today there is a growing demand for integrated, connected care to be tailored and delivered to the consumer anywhere and anytime. While opportunities abound, how will your hospital or healthcare organisation seamlessly integrate virtual care into core service design?

  • Embedded service innovation
  • User experience and co-design
  • An enabled health workforce

Australia’s premier telehealth conference ATC 2019: Embedding virtual, patient-centred care will explore the evolving world of virtual care with the emerging focus on design thinking and co-design in healthcare.

This is your opportunity to network and connect with the Australian health leaders, innovators, designers and practitioners who are designing the consumer-centred healthcare system for the 21st century.

The Australian Telehealth Conference (ATC) 2019 will be taking place from 3 – 4 April 2019 in Brisbane.

Connected Care

SERVICE
DESIGN

NEW ASSISTIVE
TECHNOLOGIES

INNOVATIVE
APPS

PATIENT
UX

INTEGRATION WITH
EXISTING SYSTEMS

CONNECTING
ACROSS BORDERS

EMERGING TELEHEALTH
PLATFORMS

ENABLING CHANGE THROUGH
PEOPLE & CULTURE

BUILDING AN ACTIVE
CHANGE COMMUNITY

SPEAKERS

Hazel Archer (Scotland)
Service Development Manager, NHS 24 and Technology Enabled Care VC Workstream Lead

Christina Higa (Hawaii)
Assistant Specialist
Social Science Research Institute

Clare Morrison (Scotland)
Senior Clinical Quality Lead
NHS Near Me Lead

Andrew Bryett
Director, Healthcare Improvement Unit, Clinical Excellence Queensland, Queensland Health

Ivan Frkovic
Queensland Mental Health Commissioner

Warren Harding
WA Minister for Health’s Nominee
Sustainable Health Review

Dr Jeff Ayton
Chief Medical Officer, Australian Antarctic Division and Chair of ACRRM Rural and Remote Digital Innovation Group

A/Prof Kate Burbury
Haematologist and Disease Group Lead, Peter MacCalllum Cancer Institute

Ella Dachs
Principal
DHI Strategy Consultants

Natasha Doherty
Partner
Deloitte Access Economics

Prof Clare Collins
NHMRC Senior Research Fellow, Director of Research, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Health and Medicine, The University of Newcastle

Brett Hayes
Regional Palliative Care Nurse Manager, West Australian Country Health Service

Prof Len Gray
Director, Centre for Health Services Research
Faculty of Medicine, The University of Queensland

Dr Nishanth Krishnananthan
Co-Founder
Vantari VR

Gillian Mason
Healthcare consumer & advocate, rehabilitation researcher, University of Newcastle

Tamara Mills
Managing Director
Quantum Innovation Fund Management

Dr Dana Newcomb
Medical Director Integrated Care
Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

Dr Vijay Paul
Co-Founder
Vantari VR

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.

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