Ahead of the Digital Healthcare Summit and Australian Healthcare Week 2019 we take a look at Australian Cyber Security, with a key focus on My Health Record. We then explore how public concerns can be effectively addressed through new security measures, greater understanding and improved security and control of sensitive health information, with tips and insight from the Australian Federal Police.
Ahead of the Aged Care Summit and Australian Healthcare Week 2019 we look at the biggest challenges affecting Australian Aged Care providers and explore the innovative strategies being harnessed in a bid to ease the mounting pressure of an aging population and meet changing consumer expectations.
Lessons Learned from Designing, Building and Operating one of Australia's most Advanced Healthcare Facilities
It goes without saying, the bigger a project, the more complex it is, and hospitals, with their enormous budgets, multi-year timeframes and thousands of stakeholders - whether redeveloping or building new – are by their very nature an expensive, complex and time consuming venture that pose hundreds of challenges. It is these challenges, and the reaction and planning of a project delivery team to them, that ultimately impacts the seamlessness of hospital infrastructure delivery.
With this in mind, ahead of the Health Facilities Design and Development Summit and Australian Healthcare Week 2019 we chat to Paul Lambert, Executive Director, Activation, New Royal Adelaide Project at the Central Adelaide Local Health Network in South Australia.
While infrastructure projects and technological advancements will continue to revolutionise care delivery, patient experience and traditional workflows, with 2018 coming to a close what new trends are set to shape healthcare in 2019 and beyond?
To understand and answer this question, ahead of the 9th Annual Australian Healthcare Week Summit 2019, we surveyed 116 Australian and New Zealand healthcare professionals from a cross-section of the industry, to find out what they think the major are the innovations, challenges and opportunities that will fundamentally transform healthcare in the coming years.
Who should healthcare facilities be designed for? The patient, or the clinician? This question is undoubtedly a stumbling block for many. While patient centricity, comfort and convenience is key to optimal care, if clinicians aren’t kept in mind through the design and development phase of any project, whether structural or technological, how are they expected to effectively navigate the infrastructure and deliver care?
Ahead of Australian Healthcare Week, and The Great Debate, held on the Health Facilities Design and Development stage, we speak to two expert speakers, Ian Town, Chairman of the Christchurch Health Precinct Advisory Board and Gordon Bingham, Chief Nursing Information Officer at Allied Health.
Ahead of Australian Healthcare Week, and The Great Debate, held on the Health Facilities Design and Development stage, we speak to two expert speakers, Ian Town, Chairman of the Christchurch Health Precinct Advisory Board and Gordon Bingham, Chief Nursing Information Officer at Allied Health.Harking back to their high school debating years, our panel aims to enlighten, encourage deeper thinking, offer critical perspectives, and maybe even coerce you into seeing their point of view.
The 9th Annual Australian Healthcare Week team is delighted to announce the return of the 2nd Annual Australian Healthcare Week Excellence Awards! These awards aim to recognise those facilities, teams and individuals who are making the greatest contributions to patient wellbeing, hospital design, stakeholder engagement and healthcare innovation.
As part of Australia’s biggest healthcare event, the AHW Excellence Awards not only reward your teams' effort, it also positions you and your organisation as leaders in the region.
Read our Awards Excellence Snapshot to learn more.