As part of its knowledge partnership with the Mater Research Institute, University of Queensland Centre for Health System Reform and Integration, IFIC has been invited to speak at The 4th International Health Care Reform Conference in Australia.
Taking place in Syndey, Australia, from March 21 to 23, the conference hosts experts from around the world to help continue work towards the reform platform for health care globally, as well as further develop its international network for future growth.
This conference will bring together health care organisations, policy makers, consumers, researchers and clinicians from Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the Asia Pacific and North America. The key conference themes will focus on international innovation, service integration, digital health, capacity building, consumer engagement, value-based health care, change management and policy enablers.
IFIC’s Dr Nick Goodwin and Dr Viktoria Stein are among the international speakers.
Dr Goodwin will speak in the opening forum: The International Holy Grail of Connected Care: Embracing the future or chasing rainbows? He will also talk about 20 years in the integrated care business and how organisations turn talk into outcomes. While Dr Stein will discuss the transition from hospital to community and the lessons that can be learned from Europe.
- Other notable speakers lined up for the conference include:
Robin Osborn, The Commonwealth Fund, USA
Prof Judith Smith, University of Birmingham, UK
Prof Les Toop, Pegasus Primary Health Organisation, NZ
Dr Bob Phillips, American Board of Family Medicine, USA
A/Prof Phui-Nah Chong, National Health Care Group Polyclinics, Singapore
Prof Trish Greenhalgh, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
The 4th International Health Care Reform Conference takes place at Sydney’s Intercontinental Double Bay. More information or to register click here.