The Australian Telehealth Conference 2019

About this event

Embedding virtual, patient-centred care.

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?

ATC 2019 will explore the evolving world of virtual care with the emerging focus on design thinking and co-design in healthcare.

Who should attend?

Those who share the desire to use telehealth to deliver better healthcare to all. 

C-Suite, senior level executives and managers – clinical and non-clinical; health policy makers, clinicians and other healthcare professionals; health informaticians and academics who research and teach in the field of telehealth, healthcare, rural and remote health.

Attendees at previous events included: academic researcher, CEO GM, CIO/CFMs, consultants, consumers, digital entrepreneurs, government employees, health IT professionals, health information managers, heads of related departments, health researchers, nurses, physicians, general practitioners, students and technologists,

For more information: https://www.hisa.org.au/atc/

Event run by:

Health Informatics Society of Australia Ltd. (HISA)

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Wednesday, 3 April 2019 (All day) to Thursday, 4 April 2019 (All day)
Rydges South Bank Brisbane, QLD

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