Health Roundtable’s HITH Workshop

Hospital in the Home: Models of Care for the Future

Brief Summary

The Health Roundtable HITH Workshop through innovation sharing will explore contemporary and innovative HITH Models of Care.

Description

This workshop is designed to assist in methods to improve efficiency, show potential for growth in HITH services and showcase exemplar services throughout Australia and New Zealand.

In addition to this showcase you will be treated to a keynote speaker, HRT data presentations, problem solving and action planning, alongside networking and collaboration, to help enhance your HITH service.

We are looking forward to building on the success of last year’s HITH Workshop.  We hope you will join us in sharing your wisdom and hearing form your peers.

This workshop is conveniently adjacent to our HITH  Annual Scientific Meeting on 15-17 November at the Hilton Adelaide.

Through the collaboration between The Society and Health Roundtable, members of both organisations are encouraged to attend all 3 days.

HITH Workshop & Networking

Venue: Hilton Adelaide

Address: 233 Victoria Square, Adelaide

Room: Ballroom A

Date: Wednesday 15th November 2023

Time: 8:30 – 16:30 (ACDT)

This will be followed by Networking Drinks

Cost: $299 ex GST  /  $328.90 inc GST

Refund Policy: Refunds up to 7 days before event.

Registration  for the 3 days including the ASM + HRT Workshop available are now closed.

To register for the HRT Workshop only click here

Enquiries on the workshop are to be directed to The Health Roundtable – contact rebecca.clarke@healthroundtable.org

Facilitator: Steve Bickford

Health Roundtable, Program Manager, steve.bickford@healthroundtable.org

Steve is an experienced Health Manager with over 25 years in public and private healthcare sectors across a variety of roles. Steve practiced as a radiographer before moving into a leadership role of Director of Medical Imaging across 10 Imaging facilities.

The subsequent role of Divisional Director for Critical Care and Perioperative Services in a large regional Health Service provided experience in strategic and operational planning, budgets and expenditure management, performance monitoring, contract and risk management, as well as hospital accreditation. The Division included the Emergency Care, Intensive Care, Surgical and Perioperative, Medical Imaging and Allied Health services.

Steve holds Bachelor’s and master’s qualifications from the Queensland University of Technology.

Commencing work for the Health Roundtable in 2017, Steve is the Program Lead for the Imaging, Emergency, Surgical Journey, Allied Health Programs, and the previous Program Manager for HITH.

 

Keynote Speaker: Amy Holmes

Nursing Director Reform Office, Policy and Reform, Queensland Health

Amy Holmes has spent her entire career advocating for health transformation. From a young age growing up in an immigrant camp in the Hunter Valley NSW, she knew she wanted to make a positive impact on people’s lives, by making healthcare accessible.

Amy is recognised for her ability to identify gaps and inefficiencies in the system and develop practical solutions which  has earned her widespread recognition and respect.

Recognising the potential of Virtual Health Care,  Amy embraced these technologies before they became mainstream. She foresaw the transformative impact they could have on patient outcomes and the healthcare system as a whole. Through her efforts, Amy has designed several first to market applications to enable system transformation. Amy currently work for Queensland Health Reform Department, leading the design of the Queensland Virtual Hospital, the nation’s first state-wide Virtual Hospital.

Convenor: Rebecca Clarke

HITH Program Lead, rebecca.clarke@healthroundtable.org

Rebecca has worked in both in the Acute Care, Public Health and Community setting, as a clinician, leadership, and significant health project roles.  Rebecca manages multiple Health Roundtable Programs including HITH, Emergency, Nursing, Maternity and Paediatrics.

 

 

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