3 August 2022
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Arriving at a critical juncture for the nation’s Healthcare community, the Healthcare Leaders Forum will be returning on the 3rd August, 2022.

This is your only opportunity to hear exclusive keynote addresses containing the latest, first-hand, fit-for-context healthcare digitisation strategies.

The Forum leverages chat and live-polling interaction tools to ensure you are helping shape the conversation, not just spectating. As our operating environment corrects and the sector begins to unlock, the Forum presents an enviable opportunity for the nation’s Healthcare leaders to connect, combat shared challenges, and leverage opportunities emerging from the upturn economy.

Why Attend

  • The Healthcare Leaders Forum secures national and global speakers of unmatched quality and immense authority. Our attendees are charged with shaping the conversation, armed with an array of real-time engagement tools.
  • Every session is independently moderated to facilitate candid discussion and debate, and the programme is designed to provide attendees with valuable opportunities to connect in-person on the business that matters.

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20+ Industry Speakers
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Executive Learning Agenda
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15+ Insightful Sessions
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150+ Healthcare Executives
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2022 Speakers

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Dr Samira Asma
Assistant Director-General, Division of Data, Analytics and Delivery for Impact

World Health Organisation
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Dr Samira Asma
Assistant Director-General, Division of Data, Analytics and Delivery for Impact

World Health Organisation
Dr Samira Asma, from the United States of America, is the Assistant Director-General for Data, Analytics and Delivery for Impact where she leads the organization’s efforts to establish the results framework for accountability and using timely, reliable, and actionable data to drive progress towards the Triple Billion targets and health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Dr Asma brings more than 25 years of experience in building country capacity and meaningful partnerships that lead public health programmes and policies to catalyze substantial and measurable long-term impact.

Dr Asma re-joined WHO in 2018 as the Director for Health Metrics and Measurement and led an organization-wide and multi-partner engagement to develop the 13th General Programme of Work (GPW 13), the WHO results framework and the SDG Global Action Plan with UN partners.

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the urgency to strengthen country heath information systems. By aligning with countries and partners, Dr Asma is working to ensure every country has a robust data and health information system, to make health data accessible, and to use data to improve health. These efforts are essential to realizing Dr Tedros’ vision of transforming WHO into a modern, data-driven organization.

Prior to joining WHO, Dr Asma served in leadership positions at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for over two decades. By building successful collaborations, she established global programmes on tobacco control, noncommunicable diseases, environmental health, and injuries. Dr Asma is recognized for leading the establishment of a reliable, sustained surveillance system for tobacco control in 180 countries, using innovative technologies to monitor health, generating epidemiologic and economic evidence for policy interventions, and launching a global initiative to reduce heart attacks and strokes – all through global networks and partnerships. Dr Asma has contributed to more than 100 publications, books and policy papers on global health and public health surveillance and is internationally recognized as a scientific and policy expert on preventing leading risk factors that cause premature deaths and making a measurable impact in countries.
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Amanda Cattermole
Chief Executive Officer

Australian Digital Health Agency
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Amanda Cattermole
Chief Executive Officer

Australian Digital Health Agency
Amanda Cattermole was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Digital Health Agency in September 2020.

Previously Chief Operating Officer at Services Australia (formerly Department of Human Services), Amanda served as interim Chief Executive Officer during the 2019-20 bushfires season.

Amanda held other senior roles at Services Australia, including an extended period as Deputy Secretary (Health and Aged Care), responsible for the delivery of more than $60 billion in annual payments and services to Australians under Medicare, the PBS and in the aged care sector.

Amanda has also held senior roles in the Commonwealth Departments of Treasury, Prime Minister and Cabinet and Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, and the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and the Western Australian Department of Indigenous Affairs.

Early in her career, Amanda worked as a lawyer in Victoria, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

Amanda holds a Bachelor of Laws, a Bachelor of Commerce, a Master of Laws and a Master of Business Administration and was awarded the Public Service Medal for outstanding public service-leading reform in providing housing for Indigenous people in remote communities and the National Gambling Reform laws.
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Professor Jodie McVernon
Director of Epidemiology

Doherty Institute
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Professor Jodie McVernon
Director of Epidemiology

Doherty Institute
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Hisham El-Ansary
 Chief Executive Officer

 Bupa Asia Pacific
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Hisham El-Ansary
 Chief Executive Officer

 Bupa Asia Pacific
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Lisa McKenzie
 Regional Director, Australia & New Zealand

Institute for Healthcare Improvement 
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Lisa McKenzie
 Regional Director, Australia & New Zealand

Institute for Healthcare Improvement 
Lisa McKenzie has more than 20 years experience across health, aged care, disability, and community sectors. She has successfully led large-scale changes, service redesigns, and system-wide improvement programs. Currently Lisa is the Regional Director, Asia Pacific at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) where she supports organisations to design and deliver impactful strategies to improve outcomes for the populations they serve. Working across multiple organisations, communities and countries, Lisa demonstrates an unwavering commitment to achieving results through cross-sector collaboration, partnering with people with lived experience and building improvement science capability. Lisa advises Boards and senior leaders on effective governance and strategies to transform the quality of health systems. Lisa has a Masters of Health Administration, a clinical background in physiotherapy and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
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Dr Andrew Wilson
Group Executive - Chief Executive Officer Health Services

Medibank
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Dr Andrew Wilson
Group Executive - Chief Executive Officer Health Services

Medibank
Andrew was appointed Group Executive – CEO Health Services in May 2021. Previous to this, he held the roles of Group Executive – Healthcare & Strategy since September 2016. He is responsible for Medibank’s growing role as a broader health services provider. This includes responsibility for the health services we deliver to Medibank customers, government and other funders, including virtual healthcare, in-home care, and services into residential aged care. Andrew is also responsible for Medibank’s hospital and healthcare investments and joint venture healthcare partnerships, which support both Medibank customers and other Australians in acute care and community settings.

Andrew has more than 25 years of experience in the health system, and remains a practising clinician and lecturer. He was a founder and Co-president of McKesson Asia-Pacific, which was acquired by Medibank in 2010.

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Dr Teresa Anderson AM
Chief Executive

Sydney Local Health District
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Dr Teresa Anderson AM
Chief Executive

Sydney Local Health District
Dr Teresa Anderson is the Chief Executive of Sydney Local Health District, one of the leading public health services in Australia. She has more than 35 years of experience as a clinician and health service executive. She has a well-established reputation for implementing strategies to foster innovation and best practice, supporting collaboration and building partnerships.

She is an internationally recognised Speech Pathologist and is passionate about developing programs and services to support and improve the health and wellbeing of all people in the community. In 2018 Dr Anderson was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM).

Dr Anderson is a Vice President and has been made a Fellow of the NSW Institute of Public Administration Australia, is a member of seven Medical Research, Health and PHN boards and is an active member of the Sydney Health Partners Governing Council and Executive Management Group, one of the first four centres in Australia designated by the NHMRC as an Advanced Health Research Translation Centre.
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Andrew Stripp
Chief Executive

Monash Health
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Andrew Stripp
Chief Executive

Monash Health
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Dr Karen Luxford
Chief Executive Officer

Australian Council on Healthcare Standards
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Dr Karen Luxford
Chief Executive Officer

Australian Council on Healthcare Standards
Dr Karen Luxford is the Group CEO, Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) & ACHS International in 15 countries globally. Dr Luxford has extensive experience in governance, strategic planning, safety and quality and leading organizational change. Dr Luxford is a Board member of the Bureau of Health Information, Camp Quality (NFP charity), the Asian Society for Quality in Healthcare (ASQua), and a Council member of Standards Australia and the ISQua EEA Accreditation Council. Dr Luxford is the former Board Chair of Endometriosis Australia and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and a Certified Health Executive (CHE) and Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM) and is passionate about health care.
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Kate Munnings
Group Chief Executive Officer

Virtus Health Limited
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Kate Munnings
Group Chief Executive Officer

Virtus Health Limited
Kate Munnings has held CRO, COO and CEO positions across many sectors including health, logistics, construction & law in her lengthy career. In her current role as CEO of Virtus Health Limited, she leads one of the world’s largest Assisted Reproduction Services groups, providing services in Australia, Europe and Singapore.
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Associate Professor Clair Sullivan
Head, Digital Health Research Network

The University of Queensland
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Associate Professor Clair Sullivan
Head, Digital Health Research Network

The University of Queensland
Associate Professor Clair Sullivan leads the Queensland Digital Health Research Network at the Centre for Health Services Research, The University of Queensland (UQ). Clair graduated with Honours in Medicine from UQ and a Research Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Leeds. She is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, the Australian College of Health Informatics and the Australasian Institute of Digital Health. Recently, she was appointed Associate Professor of Medicine in Clinical Informatics at UQ and is Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology. She is widely published in clinical informatics and serves on several national advisory boards for digital health, including the Australian Digital Health Agency Clinical and Technical Advisory Committee, the AMA Digital Health Committee and chairing the RACP Digital Health Working group and the National mHealth Strategy Steering Committee.
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Associate Professor Dr Luis Prado
Executive Director Academic & Medical Services

Chief Medical Officer

Epworth HealthCare
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Associate Professor Dr Luis Prado
Executive Director Academic & Medical Services

Chief Medical Officer

Epworth HealthCare
Associate Professor Luis Prado MBBS FRACMA FRACGP FACHE FCHSM FAAQHC FISQua FACMQ Grad Dip Sp Med GAICD CHIA, is the Executive Director Academic and Medical Services and Chief Medical Officer of Epworth HealthCare. He is a specialist in medical administration and clinical governance, and a censor and board director of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators. He is also a practicing specialist general practitioner with a special interest in sports medicine.

A/Professor Prado is the first Australian to hold Fellowships, by examination, of both the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American College of Medical Quality. He also holds Fellowships of the Australian College of Health Service Management, the Australian Association of Quality in Health care and the International Society of Quality in Healthcare.
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Dr Rebecca Nogajski
Executive Director, Medical Services

Western Sydney Local Health District
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Dr Rebecca Nogajski
Executive Director, Medical Services

Western Sydney Local Health District
Dr Rebecca (Bec) Nogajski commenced as the Acting Executive Director of Medical Services in February 2022, having previously acted in the role for an extended period in 2021. Bec joined Western Sydney in April 2020 as the Director of Paediatrics. The role of Clinical Network Director of Paediatrics was added to her scope in April 2021.

Bec brings to the role extensive experience in clinician leadership, engagement, and education. Previous roles include the Director of Paediatric Emergency, Director of Advanced Training and Deputy Director of Medical Administration at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. Bec also developed and lead HETI's medical leadership program for Doctors in Training as the Clinical Lead.

As Executive Director of Medical Services, Bec’s key focus is on ensuring WSLHD’s medical workforce is supported to delivery excellent care to our patients now and into the future through a strong education framework and engaged leadership.
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Associate Professor Charlotte Hespe
Chair

RACGP NSW and ACT
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Associate Professor Charlotte Hespe
Chair

RACGP NSW and ACT
Dr Charlotte Hespe is a GP and owner of an inner-city Sydney practice where she has worked for the last 20 years. Charlotte is a general practice supervisor and her practice functions as a teaching practice for medical students and general practice registrars.

Charlotte also works as Associate Professor, Head of General Practice and General Practice Research for The University of Notre Dame, Australia, School of Medicine, Sydney.

She has been involved with the RACGP since achieving her FRACGP, serving as an examiner, NSW Co-Assessment Panel Chair for four years, and National OSCE Facilitator for two years before becoming RACGP NSW&ACT Deputy Chair in 2012.

She was also a member of the RACGP Expert Committee – Quality Care 2016–17.
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Peter O’Halloran
Chief Information Officer

 ACT Health
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Peter O’Halloran
Chief Information Officer

 ACT Health
Peter O’Halloran is the Chief Information Officer for ACT Health. Peter is responsible for over 250 systems, serving 12,000 staff who operate across four public hospitals and 40 community facilities in Canberra. Peter joined the Australian Public Service in 2006 in the National Health and Medical Research Council before moving to the National Blood Authority where he was appointed as the inaugural Chief Information Officer and was responsible for the provision of services to all Australian hospitals. Peter joined ACT Health in 2016 as Chief Information Officer and since that time has embarked on a complete overhaul of all ICT services and systems with a complete replacement of all core systems currently underway, guided by the Digital Health Strategy that was launched in May 2019.
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Lisa Altman
Director, Strategy, Innovation and Improvement

South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
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Lisa Altman
Director, Strategy, Innovation and Improvement

South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
Lisa Altman was appointed the Director Strategy, Innovation and Improvement for South Eastern Sydney Local Health District in October 2019.

Lisa’s career has spanned executive-level roles in both Australia and Singapore, including as Director of Health for BT Australasia, where she was responsible for the development of the inaugural health strategy. Over the last ten years she has worked exclusively on Health programs, from leading a project team of 60 in securing the Fiona Stanley Hospital Systems Integration and Communications Technologies contract to her role as the Director of Health for British Telecom (BT) in Australasia. Lisa was previously Head of Major Deals for BT in Southeast Asia, based in Singapore.

Lisa joined NSW Health as the Head of Integrated Care for the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network, developing models of care with local health districts and primary health networks that support families caring for children with medical complexity. More recently, she worked across both SESLHD and the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network as the Clinical Services Alignment Lead for the Randwick Campus Precinct, to develop the clinical services alignment principles that will inform the 25-year masterplan for Randwick as an Academic Health Sciences Precinct.
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Dr Angus Ritchie
Clinical Associate Professor

Sydney Local Health District
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Dr Angus Ritchie
Clinical Associate Professor

Sydney Local Health District
Clinical Associate Professor Angus Ritchie is Chief Medical Information Officer and Director Health Informatics Unit for Sydney Local Health District. He is also a Nephrologist at Concord Repatriation General Hospital. He is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney and is a Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health.
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Dr Sidney Chandrasiri
Group Director, Academic & Medical Services

Deputy Chief Medical Officer

Epworth HealthCare
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Dr Sidney Chandrasiri
Group Director, Academic & Medical Services

Deputy Chief Medical Officer

Epworth HealthCare
Dr Sidney Chandrasiri MBBS MHM FCHSM FRACMA CHIA GAICD, is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (FRACMA), a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Management (FCHSM), Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD), and holds a Masters in Health Management and Certification in Health Informatics. She is a graduate of the highly selective Harvard Business School Intensive Seminar program on Value Based HealthCare.

Dr Chandrasiri is the Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Group Director of Academic and Medical Services at Epworth HealthCare, a Board Director in the disability services sector and a sentinel event reviewer for the Department of Health.

She has medical management experience in both public and private healthcare organisations across Australia and New Zealand, has lectured in health system management to post graduate students at the University of Monash in Melbourne, is a speaker at multiple medical forums across Australia and has published widely in leading medical management journals. Her current portfolio encompasses health service leadership, and a number of areas across clinical governance, through to clinical services design and strategic planning.
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Dr Kean-Seng Lim
Co-Founder and Clinical Lead

CareMonitor
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Dr Kean-Seng Lim
Co-Founder and Clinical Lead

CareMonitor

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  • 8:30 am
    Registration, Refreshments & Networking
  • 8:50 am
    Opening Remarks from the Chair
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    Dr Kean-Seng Lim
    Co-Founder and Clinical Lead

    CareMonitor
  • 8:55 am
    Opening Ministerial Address
  • 9:05 am
    Opening Keynote

    The Evolution of Australia’s Digital Health Strategy  

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    Amanda Cattermole
    Chief Executive Officer

    Australian Digital Health Agency
  • 9:25 am
    Strategy Session

    Leading the Health System to a Sustainable and Interconnected Future

    While the health system is always evolving, it has not always evolved at the pace we have witnessed in recent years.  Healthcare executives must continue to reinvent their businesses – designed for methodologic change – in line with the speed of the market. This Session deals with the factors enabling and arresting change in our wider health system, from financial pressure and contested funding models through to regulatory frameworks and shifting market demands. We will consider on a macro-level the co-operative changes required to align incentives and continue delivering the highest standards of equitable care to all Australians.

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    Dr Teresa Anderson AM
    Chief Executive

    Sydney Local Health District
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    Dr Karen Luxford
    Chief Executive Officer

    Australian Council on Healthcare Standards
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    Andrew Stripp
    Chief Executive

    Monash Health
  • 10:10 am
    Industry Keynote

    Innovation in healthcare: Delivering at home support to Australians 

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    Dr Andrew Wilson
    Group Executive - Chief Executive Officer Health Services

    Medibank
  • 10:30 am
    Morning Refreshments & Networking
  • 11:00 am
    Partner Keynote
  • 11:30 am
    Technology Session

    Prioritising Change to Reach Digital Maturity

    The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation in the health industry. But this acceleration must be appropriately paced for both individual organisations and the wider system. Health businesses that understand their own digital maturity can strike a distinction between what is essential now and what will set them on the right path for adaptive, intelligent, and interconnected service delivery. In this Session, we will hear how health businesses are assessing their own digital maturity, revising their information architecture, and improving their analytical capabilities to embed digital at the heart of care delivery.

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    Associate Professor Clair Sullivan
    Head, Digital Health Research Network

    The University of Queensland
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    Peter O’Halloran
    Chief Information Officer

     ACT Health
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    Dr Angus Ritchie
    Clinical Associate Professor

    Sydney Local Health District
  • 12:15 pm
    Headline Keynote

    Change Imperatives: Accelerating Healthcare Transformation 

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    Lisa McKenzie
     Regional Director, Australia & New Zealand

    Institute for Healthcare Improvement 
  • 12:35 pm
    Lunch Welcome Remarks
  • 12:40 pm
    Lunch & Networking
  • 1:30 pm
    Platinum Keynote
  • 1:50 pm
    Consumer Session

    Reimagining Care Delivery to Extend the Patient Journey

    The wider health ecosystem is changing and offering diverse settings to receive care. The pandemic defied preconceptions of the technical feasibility of digital-first health experiences, but careful attention is now needed to ensure the sustainability of technology-enabled care models. In this Session, we’ll hear how players from across the health system are realising a different vision of care delivery. From the fragmentation of care sites and the integration of care around the patient through to consumer adoption of telehealth services, we will hear how technology is empowering patients with new avenues of engaging with an interconnected health system.

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    Lisa Altman
    Director, Strategy, Innovation and Improvement

    South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
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    Dr Sidney Chandrasiri
    Group Director, Academic & Medical Services

    Deputy Chief Medical Officer

    Epworth HealthCare
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    Associate Professor Charlotte Hespe
    Chair

    RACGP NSW and ACT
  • 2:35 pm
    Industry Keynote
  • 2:55 pm
    Afternoon Refreshments & Networking
  • 3:15 pm
    Industry Keynote

    Changing organisational culture in Healthcare 

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    Hisham El-Ansary
     Chief Executive Officer

     Bupa Asia Pacific
  • 3:35 pm
    Leadership Session

    Empowering People to Facilitate Meaningful Change

    While advanced technology is a core enabler of change, it is people who must drive and ultimately experience transformation. To turn a vision into a lived reality, health businesses require strong change management and courageous executive leadership, and thoughtful consideration of end-users and patients is central to this undertaking. In this Session, we will hear from health institutions at varying stages of their transformations, uncovering executive and frontline perspectives, to better understand how they are facilitating change without losing sight of the people who are being asked to change.

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    Dr Rebecca Nogajski
    Executive Director, Medical Services

    Western Sydney Local Health District
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    Associate Professor Dr Luis Prado
    Executive Director Academic & Medical Services

    Chief Medical Officer

    Epworth HealthCare
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    Kate Munnings
    Group Chief Executive Officer

    Virtus Health Limited
  • 4:20 pm
    Headline Keynote

    Covid-19 -Planning Beyond 2022 

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    Professor Jodie McVernon
    Director of Epidemiology

    Doherty Institute
  • 4:40 pm
    Closing Remarks from the Chair
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    Dr Kean-Seng Lim
    Co-Founder and Clinical Lead

    CareMonitor
  • 4:45 pm
    Networking Drinks Remarks
  • 4:50 pm
    Networking Drinks Reception
  • 5:50 pm
    Close of Forum
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Why Get Involved

Celebrating its 7th year, the Healthcare Leaders Forum is unparalleled in the level of delegates and speakers it attracts.

The Forum is driven by an ambitious business agenda, and our audience is screened for seniority to ensure you are networking with the minds shaping business. Our limited keynote and moderated panel speaking opportunities will effectively embed you in this top-end business community. Digital and physical brand activations, as well as consultations in dedicated activation spaces further enable you to engage with this decision-making audience.

As a marketing platform to demonstrate expertise, credibility and grow your business with senior healthcare executives, the Healthcare Leaders Forum offers unrivalled cut-through.

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The Fullerton Hotel Sydney

1 Martin Pl, Sydney
New South Wales 2000, Australia

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