Healthcare is going through rapid change and the focus on improving long-term patient outcomes and experiences is growing.
Healthcare systems and providers across the world are under pressure to create a future where the patient is engaged in their own healthcare, clinicians can access patient information and knowledge that enhances their clinical practice, and the health system is integrated, high performing and sustainable.
Never has the drive to provide better healthcare with the patients at the centre been bigger.
Digitalisation, staff training and up-skilling and designing human-centres patient journeys are key to improve services and provide better outcomes.
Today’s patients have higher expectations and expect seamless care delivery.
Research shows that healthcare providers with higher patient experience results are also more successful financially and deliver better clinical care.
Public Sector Network’s Improving Patient Outcomes and Experience Virtual Event will showcase leading digital healthcare initiatives from across the globe.
Prof. Erwin Loh
Group Chief Medical Officer & Group General Manager of Clinical Governance
St Vincent's Health Australia
Bariatric Surgeon, Head of Surgery Department
Groene Hart Hospital,
Member of the clinical audit board
Dutch Outcome Registry for Surgical Treatment of Obesity
Dr Michael Cusak
Chief Medical Officer
Prof. Mary-Louise Mclaws
Faculty of Medicine
University of New South Wales
Member - Health Emergencies Program Experts Advisory Panel for Infection Prevention and Control Preparedness
Readiness and Response to COVID-19
Technical Alliance Manager
Dr Jenny Parr
Chief Nurse and Director of Patient Experience
Counties of Manukau District Health Board
Partner, Health, Ageing and Human Services Sector
Executive Director, Community and Rural Services
Best Moreton Health
Nurse Unit Manager, MeCare Service, Ipswich Community Health
West Moreton Health