5th Annual Healthcare Innovation Conference

About this event

The 5th annual Healthcare Innovation conference provides revolutionary approaches on how to invest in policy and reform today to ensure savings and sustainability for tomorrow. 

Co-located with the Health Sector Workforce summit the event will uncover how consumer expectations, digitalisation and shifting patient demographics are redefining the equation for universal access to healthcare and how policy, reform, funding and transformation are closing the gap to ensure reliable and sustainable systems and infrastructure for the future of Australia’s patient profiles and demand.   

Who should attend?

Chief executives, directors, GMs, CMOs, project managers, heads of strategy, policy and funding and department heads from: 

  • government departments 
  • PHNs 
  • LHNs & LHDs 
  • health & insurance funds 
  • healthcare providers 
  • hospitals 
  • not-for-profits 
  • pharmaceutical companies 
  • medical device companies

There is also a pre-conference workshop on Monday, 24 June 2019. 

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Tuesday, 25 June 2019 (All day) to Wednesday, 26 June 2019 (All day)
Sydney, Australia

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