Presentation

The Christchurch Health Precinct – Lessons from the 2011 Earthquakes

The Christchurch Health Precinct – Lessons from the 2011 Earthquakes

In this past presentation from Health Facilities Design and Development and Victorian Healthcare Week 2017 Ian Town, Chairman at the Health Precinct Advisory Council (NZ) explores:

  • Innovative training and education initiatives; clinical simulation; enabling research excellence and Health IT solutions at the new Christchurch Health Precinct.
  • How the Health Precinct is developing partnerships and opportunities for innovation
  • Challenges in attracting multi-national corporation health technology companies
  • Design assumptions for built environment: PPP relationships and seismic considerations  
Designing a Health Precinct Based On An Integrated Model of Care to Generate A Community Feel and Experience

Designing a Health Precinct Based On An Integrated Model of Care to Generate A Community Feel and Experience

In this past presentation from Health Facilities Design and Development and Victorian Healthcare Week 2017 Shannon Thompson, Director of Clinical Service at Calvary Health Care Bethlehem explores:

  • Developing translatable model that addresses people’s social and health needs so that they may live well and autonomously
  • An option to age in place and respite options to support carers
  • A residential care option for people with progressive neurological diseases
  • Integrated, coordinated services delivered to ensure services in the right setting at the right time by the right person
Designing a Healthcare Facility Around the Needs of the Complex Patient

Designing a Healthcare Facility Around the Needs of the Complex Patient

In this past presentation from Health Facilities Design and Development  and Victorian Healthcare Week  2017 Dr Simon Woods, Executive Director at Cabrini Malvern explores:

  • How the rise of multi-resistant organisms, resurgence of contagious disease and pressures for private hospitals to compete against their well-resourced public counterparts, is heavily impacting the wellbeing of older, more vulnerable clientele.
  • Including the innovative design of Cabrini Malvern’s new clinical building
  • Cabrini’s patient experience strategy
Digital Health and Healthcare Equality in the Hume Region: We Just Have to ‘Bite the Bullet’

Digital Health and Healthcare Equality in the Hume Region: We Just Have to ‘Bite the Bullet’

In this past presentation from Digital Healthcare and Victorian Healthcare Week 2017 Jane Kealey, Telehealth Manager - Emergency Department at Northeast Health Wangaratta explores:

  • Reducing the rural/metro healthcare divide with e-health
  • Facilitation and delivery of tertiary specialist telehealth clinics (Hume Telehealth Agency), linking consumers with clinicians
  • Broad participation and independence in telehealth in the Hume region using a phased approach
Leveraging Digital Capabilities to Transform Patient Centred Care

Leveraging Digital Capabilities to Transform Patient Centred Care

In this past presentation from Digital Healthcare and Victorian Healthcare Week 2017 John Papatheohari, Chief Information Officer at Cabrini explores:

  • Executable ICT Strategy: articulating the opportunity gaps, defining a business design reflective of the vision, and aligning execution priorities to delivery on the strategic intent
  • Digital Solution Principles: providing for patient interaction continuum coverage, ensuring clinician vs. patient centricity delineation transparency and workflow seamlessness, and effecting data liberation (integration, interoperability, analytics)
  • Value Realisation: institutionalising prioritisation, articulating both benefit measures and associated benefactors, and responsive validation of value delivery
Victorian Heart Hospital Project – The Clinical and ICT Journey

Victorian Heart Hospital Project – The Clinical and ICT Journey

In this past presentation from Digital Healthcare and Victorian Healthcare Week 2017 Rod Sprenger, Technology Program Manager at the Victorian Heart Hospital explores:

  • Overview on how this new development will impact the way we deliver cardiac care by way of future-proofing for capacity growth and new paradigms of care
  • Insights into their clinical journey – current status, meaningful statistics, workforce management and strategy for clinical transformation
  • Insights into their ICT journey – planned technology, HIMSS 6 aspirations and how to bring it all together
  • Challenges associated with integrating eHealth solutions in design
Digital Eco-Systems to Enable a Single Source of Integrated Data that Will Assist with Strategic Decision Making

Digital Eco-Systems to Enable a Single Source of Integrated Data that Will Assist with Strategic Decision Making

In this past presentation from Aged Care and Victorian Healthcare Week 2017 Bruce Coller, Chief Information Officer at Sir Moses Montefiore Jewish Home explores:

  • Automation and the value from information
  • Being aware of digital eco-systems, recognise when the opportunity arises and how to implement them
  • What kind of information are you relying on for your decision making?
  • Leaders must empower the organisation to meet the needs of today and tomorrow and be scalable to address an unknown future
Summit Care’s “Three H’s Philosophy” and Implications on Physical Design

Summit Care’s “Three H’s Philosophy” and Implications on Physical Design

In this past presentation from Aged Care and Victorian Healthcare Week 2017 John Engeler, Executive Manager, Asset and Property Services at Summit Care explores:

  • An overview of Summit Care’s “Three H’s Philosophy” – the 3 principles of hospitality
  • Providing residents with the freedom to personalise their own spaces freely
  • What’s the next step in physical design for aged care settings?
Mind the Gap – Bridging the Gap Between Expectation and Satisfaction

Mind the Gap – Bridging the Gap Between Expectation and Satisfaction

In this past presentation from Aged Care and Victorian Healthcare Week 2017 Stephen Thomas, General Manager Quality & Innovation at JewishCare explores:

  • Introducing a revised survey methodology
  • Determining the gap between expectation and satisfaction
  • Showing how findings can be reported in a meaningful way
  • Demonstrate how findings can broadly inform and measure ongoing continuous improvement activities toward what is important to clients