Aust Healthcare Week 2024: register now for your free pass


Wednesday, 21 February, 2024

Aust Healthcare Week 2024: register now for your free pass

With more than 150 leading health sector speakers, over 100 sessions and two deep-dive master classes, the Australian Healthcare Week 2024 (AHW 2024) has something for everyone.

To be held from 20–21 March at the ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour, the event will feature seven free-to-attend stages: Healthcare 2040; Digital Healthcare; Healthcare Transformation; Patient Experience; Nursing and Midwifery; AI in Healthcare; and Startups.

Interoperability, integrated care models, the scaling of digital health solutions, funding models and workforce dynamics are some of the key topics to be discussed at the AHW’s 2024 edition aimed at uniting the health and aged care system through the theme of “Creating A Design Driven Healthcare System”.

This year, AHW will host three international headline speakers from USA and UK to help attendees learn about strategies and methodologies that are helping drive the patient-centred, digital-first and integrated healthcare revolution. International speakers include: global health futurist Ed Marx, Ex-CIO, Cleveland Clinic; Josie Rudman MBE, Chief Nurse And Transformation Director, New Hospitals Programme, NHS England; and March Paradis, Vice President Data Strategy, Northwell Health.

Some of the other headline speakers at the event include Susan Pearce, Secretary, NSW Ministry of Health; Rob Tassie, General Manager, Digital Health and Innovation, Wesfarmers Health; Jacui Cross, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Office, NSW Health; Dr Nirvana Luckraj, Chief Medical Officer, Healthdirect Australia; Deidre McGill, Chief Operating Officer, Home and Community Support, Bolton Clarke.

To register for your free pass, visit this link.

Visitors can also enhance the event experience with a premium pass, which allows them to attend 90-minute masterclasses delving into healthcare transformation and innovation. For more information, visit the AHW website.

Image credit: iStock.com/Sinenkiy

Originally published here.

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