Program at a glance

Read more about the conference speakers presenting at ATC 2018

DAY 1 11 April 2018

DAY 2 12 April 2018

DAY 1

9.00 – 10.30

PLENARY 1 Health Service Design; Innovation and the importance of Telehealth

9.00

OPENING ADDRESS
by Leigh Donoghue ATC Chair & HISA Board Member

9.30

Prof Trisha Greenhalgh
Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences
University of Oxford (UK) appearing by VC

Why do so many telehealth progammes fail? An introduction to a new framework for analysing the non-adoption, abandonment and failure of spread, scale-up and sustainability of technology-supported innovation in healthcare

9.50

Michael DiRienzo
CEO
Hunter New England

Telehealth, why is this taking so long?

10.10

Chris Ryan
Video Consulting Programs Director
Attend Anywhere

Designing a health system where travel is optional – Australian and International Perspectives

10.30-11.10

Morning tea and Exhibition

11.10 – 12.40

CONCURRENTS

Co-design and Co-creation: The importance of design – with practical examples and lessons learnt Looking at examples of organisations and services that have gone through the process – Insights / discovery / reflect on design and co-creation (all presentations to reflect on design and practitioner / patient / consumer involvement in the process of service design)

Concurrent 1 Hospital Services and Access to Specialty Services Chair: Karrie Long, Telehealth Operations Manager, RMH

Concurrent 2 Managed Care and Patient Experience – Primary Care / Allied Health / Aged and Community Care

12.40 – 1.45

Lunch and Exhibition

1.45 – 3.15

CONCURRENTS

Concurrent 3 Innovation Pitches – Next Wave for Telehealth and Virtual Care

Concurrent 4 Workshop – Service Design – Incorporating the Principles of Design into Virtual Care and Telehealth Services

3.15 – 3.40

Afternoon tea and Exhibition

3.40 – 5.10

PLENARY 2 From Concept and Innovation to Design

3.40

Dr Christopher McGowan
CEO
Silver Chain Group

How Silver Chain Reformed Service Delivery in Aged and Community Care, Building Scale and Sustainability

4.05

Dr Avnesh Ratnanesan
CEO
Energesse

Transforming the Patient Experience in the World of Digital Healthcare

4.30

Panel Discussion: Innovation in Design – New telehealth services and products – How to get the balance right?

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Jane Burns
Founder
InnoWell

Prof Deborah Lupton
Centenary Research Professor
University of Canberra

Dr Christopher McGowan
CEO
Silver Chain Group

Shannon Nott
District Medical Officer
Western NSW Local Health District

Dr Avi Ratnanesan
CEO
Energesse

5.20 – 6.20

NETWORKING RECEPTION
Enjoy a mingle with colleagues

DAY 1 11 April 2018

DAY 2 12 April 2018

DAY 2

9.00 – 10.30

PLENARY 3 Building scale in telehealth service delivery. Sharing evidence in what works

9.00

Prof Sabe Sabesan
Director of Medical Oncology
Townsville Cancer Centre

Building virtual care scalability into regional health services and to conducting clinical trials

9.30

Jane Burns
Founder, Professor of Innovation and Industry
InnoWell and University of Sydney

Digital Health Solutions in the 21st Century

10.00

Michael DiRienzo
CEO
Hunter New England

Telehealth – Saving precious time

10.30-11.10

Morning tea and Exhibition

11.10 – 12.40

CONCURRENTS

The Promise of Emerging Platforms and New Assistive Technologies – Incorporating into Service Design

Concurrent 5 Virtual Care and Telehealth Platforms

Concurrent 6 Advances in Assistive Technologies

12.40 – 1.50

Lunch and Exhibition

11.10 – 12.40

CONCURRENTS

Practical Activity in Moving Forward – Working through technical integration and Building an Active Change Community

WORKSHOP

Integrating into current services – connecting with patient administration, clinical systems, and existing technologies

WORKSHOP

Facilitated Networking Making Connections – Building a Community of Service Delivery Change in Telehealth Facilitator: Leigh Donoghue

3.20 – 3.50

Afternoon tea and Exhibition

3.50 – 4.30

PLENARY 4 The change imperative, making it happen

3.50

Prof Deborah Lupton
Centenary Research Professor
University of Canberra

The social aspects of engagements with digital health

4.10

Mark Nevin
CEO
Faculty of Clinical Radiology, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists

Medical specialists making a change – Fostering Sustainability in Teleradiology

4.30

CLOSING ADDRESS
by Leigh Donoghue ATC Chair & HISA Board Member

4.40

CONFERENCE ENDS