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Welcome to the 2nd Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care!
Achieving better value for people and populations

The 2nd Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care takes place in the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre,  Australia, from 11-13 November 2019. With the overarching theme ‘Achieving better value for people and populations’ the conference is a partnership of IFIC Australia, the Department of Health and Human Services – Victoria, The University of Newcastle, Centre for Rural & Remote Mental Health, Children’s Health Queensland, Central Coast Local Health District, The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA), Health Justice Australia and the Health Issues Centre. The conference will bring together researchers, clinicians and managers from around the world who are engaged in the design and delivery of integrated health and social care.

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DAY 1 Part 1:

DAY 1 Part 2:

DAY 1 – Monday 11 November

9am – 9.30am APIC2 Opening Ceremony

Welcome Keynote Address (15 mins)

Kym Peake. Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services Victoria

Welcome to Country Ceremony (10 mins)

Welcome to Conference

Dr Toni Dedeu, Interim CEO, International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) (5 mins).

9:30 Achieving Value for People and Populations

Chaired by Dr Toni Dedeu, Interim CEO, International foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)

Redefining Health Care: Creating Value-Based Outcomes for Patients (20 mins)

Professor Nancy Devlin, Professor of Health Economics and Director of the Centre of Health Policy, University of Melbourne

VBHC – Meeting the evolving needs of a population (20 mins)

Dr Sally Lewis, National Clinical Director for Value-Based and Prudent Healthcare/ Honorary Professor at Swansea School of Medicine, NHS Wales

Transforming how we think about healthcare and understanding what really matters to consumers and the workforce (20 mins)

Dr Zoe Wainer, Head of Public Health and Medical Director, Bupa ANZ and Chair, Dental Health Services Victoria

Questions and discussion (15 mins)

11.15am – 12.45pm Achieving value-based care for better outcomes

12 Value-based health care – setting the scene for Australia

Kylie Woolcock, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA)

257 Prudent Healthcare and the Bevan Innovators

Helen Howson, Director, Bevan Commission

259 Leading the transformation in value based healthcare

Dr Sidney Chandrasiri, Epworth Healthcare

148 Contracting for outcomes in the primary care setting – a case study

Lucille Chalmers, Brisbane South PHN

218 Commissioning for coordinated care services using an outcomes-based funding model: Insights from a process review

Dr Joanne Epp, Macquarie Centre For the Health Economy

52 Outcomes based commissioning, evaluation and the challenge of decommissioning

Catherine Turner, HNECC PHN

2.15pm – 3.45pm Using technology to support Integrated Care delivery in FDAY 1the community

53 Integrated care for elderly living at home – a case description of IoT and big data possibilities

Ass. Professor Linda, Askenäs, Linnaeus University

17 Learnings from Implementing Telemonitoring in South West Sydney (LITE in SWS)

Dr. Veronica Gonzalez-Acre, South Western Sydney Local Health District

163 Experiences from using telemonitoring as a tool for patient care delivery in the community – A hands-on approach

Vicki Bonfield, South Western Sydney Local Health District

166 Technology supported, integrated – care models: challenges and drivers for successful implementation

Dr Rajiv Jayasena, Csiro

238 Informatics Here and Now to Support Efficient Integrated Care

Dr Yalchin Oytam, Ministry of Health, NSW

 
4.15pm – 5.45pm Building capacity to support better outcomes for Children, Youth and Families – in association with Children, Young People and Families Special Interest Group (CYF SIG)

194 Dream Big, Act Big for Kids: Building the capacity of frontline staff to address the social determinants of health in patient care

Kelsa Laughlin, Children’s Health Queensland

28 Implementation of the first Project ECHO Superhub in Australia

Dana Newcomb, Children’s Health Queensland Hospital And Health Service

26 Autism Edu-ECHO – supporting educators, students and families

Vicky Booth, Autism Hub and Reading Centre

233 Healthier Futures for Queensland: how Starlight Children’s Foundation is partnering with Children’s Health Queensland to expand their Healthier Futures Initiative

Helen-louise Usher, Children’s Health Queensland

DAY 2 – Tuesday 12 November

9am – 10.30am Plenary 2 – Empowering and Engaging People and Communities

Chaired by Nicholas Goodwin,Director of the Central Coast Research Institute & Chair of IFIC Australia

Supporting consumer engagement in the continuous improvement of health and care” (DRIVER model) (20 minutes)

Danny Vadasz, Chief Executive Officer, Health Issues Centre

Building a systematic consumer engagement program that underpins integrated care: A Consumer and Community Engagement Model for Health Services (20 minutes)

Anthony Brown, Executive Director, Health Consumers NSW

Expert by Experience Panel (45 minutes)

A facilitated session, perhaps by a local journalist, with ‘experts by experience’ to discuss their impressions of living how consumers can take an active role in shaping the future of health and care. A group of c.3 or 4 ‘consumers’ who are experts in their own care and from very different backgrounds – e.g. cancer survivor, mental health/depression, homeless etc …

Chair’s summation (5 mins)

11am – 12.30pm   Empowering consumers to self-manage conditions

58 Integrated Team Assessment and Patient Perspective Pain Paradigm in Primary Pain Care Pain Management: a new language for provider-provider and provider patient communication

Dr Steven Overman, University of Washington

242 “My Aching Joints” – Early Integrated Services to rescue the Osteoarthritic Hip and Knee

Christopher Hanna, Northern NSW Local Health District

68 Implementing health coaching in South Eastern Sydney Local Health District

Brendon McDougall, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District

34 The Effectiveness of Intervention in the Nursing Centre Model to Improve Self-Management of Hypertensive Patients in Indonesia

Dr Neti Juniarti, Faculty of Nursing Universitas Padjadjara

2.00pm – 3.30pm Plenary 3 – Implementing Integrated Care

Chaired by Alison Verhoeven, CEO, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA)

Innovations in Implementation Science: Unlocking the Complexities of Integrated Care (25 mins)

Professor Nick Goodwin, Director, Central Coast Research Institute (CCRI)

Changing how we think about healthcare improvement (25 mins)

Professor Yvonne Zurynski, Associate Professor, Health Systems Sustainability, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macqurie University

Panel Response (40 mins)

Andrew Montague, Chief Executive, Central Coast Local Health District

Dale Fisher, CEO, Silver Chain Group

Matt Jones, CEO, Murray Primary Health Network

4.00pm – 5.30pm   Transitions in care in association with Intermediate Care Special Interest Group

139 Does including informal caregivers into transitions of care provide better value care for patients with geriatric syndromes? A systematic review

Isabelle Meulenbroeks, Macquarie university

161 Rural Stories of Getting Back Home: An integrated knowledge translation study of people’s experiences of navigating access to healthcare from rural and remote communities in British Columbia, Canada

Dr Nelly Oelke, University of British Columbia, Okanagan

203 Integrating care from the ‘ground up’ – delivering anticipatory, interdisciplinary integrated care for older people with complex needs

Genevieve Maiden, War Memorial Hospital

181 Enhancing integrated care for people living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in a regional Victorian setting

Dr Kristen Glenister, University of Melbourne, Department of Rural Health & Dr Tessa Archbold, Northeast Health Wangaratta

201 A model of cancer survivorship care within a community health setting: The Good Life Cancer Survivorship program

Rebecca McIntosh, Carrington Health

DAY 3 – Wednesday 13 November

9am – 10.30am   Primary Care

102 GP Super Clinics – The Cockburn Experience in the Development of an Integrated Service Model

Clory Carrello, Cockburn Integrated Health

78 Investigation of the impact of HealthPathways in reducing variations in care in general practice

Rebecca Tretheway, The Science of Knowing Pty Ltd

20 The Oran Park Story: creating & evaluating an Integrated Primary Care Centre

Penny Jones, South Western Sydney Local Health District

135 A multimorbidity care model in primary care: a feasibility study

Hanne Birke, Center for Clinical Research and Prevention

160 Facilitating integrated care through primary healthcare teams: A policy analysis of four Canadian provinces

Dr Nelly Oelke, University of British Columbia, Okanagan

87 An Innovative Collaborative Platform to Augment the Care Delivery Model in Primary Practice to enable Improved Clinical Outcomes Among Patients with Chronic Disease

Dr Yik Voon Lee, Lee & Tan Family Clinic & Surgery, Singapore

11.00am – 12.30pm Improving access to healthcare for vulnerable populations

13 A qualitative study into the health and social care needs and barriers to service access for Sudanese women living in a socioeconomically disadvantaged area of Sydney, Australia

Dr Penelope Fotheringham, Community Paediatrics, Sydney Local Health District

42 Three novel models of outreach, integrated health services for vulnerable populations

Una McKeever, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne

109 A journey towards culturally safe cancer care: Steps in reducing the unwarranted variations in Aboriginal cancer outcomes in Parkville Precinct Health Services

Christine Quek, Western and Central Melbourne Integrated Cancer Service (WCMICS)

208 Integrated practice makes perfect: the opportunities and challenges of supporting vulnerable populations with a health justice partnership in a community setting

Stephanie Price, West Heidelberg Community Legal Service at Banyule Community Health

220 Barriers to health service access for older people; voices from Gippsland

Dr Maria Garrett, Gippsland PHN

234 Improving the physical health of people living with mental illness: Equally Well in Australia

Dr Russell Roberts, Charles Sturt University

2.00pm – 3.15pm Plenary 4 – Improving People’s Health and Wellbeing through Integrated Care

Chaired by Professor David Perkins, Director, Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health, University of Newcastle and Director, IFIC Australia

New Zealand’s Whānau Ora Model of Care (15 mins)

Tureia Moxon, CEO, Whānau Tahi

Improving the Health and Wellbeing of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders (15 mins)

Pat Turner AM, CEO, National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation

Rural and Remote Mental Health (15 mins)

Associate Professor John Allan, President, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists

Health Justice (15 mins)

Dr Tessa Boyd-Caine, CEO, Health Justice Australia

Questions and discussion (15 mins)

3.15pm – 3.30pm   Closing ceremony