Once completed, Metro North’s Herston Quarter will elevate Brisbane’s position as a truly international city, with a health and research precinct that will helps Queensland to attract and retain the best workforce. At the heart of this, the new 184-bed Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) is set to revolutionise healthcare accessibility. With this new facility brings the challenges of workforce planning. In this session Director of Workforce Joseph Occhino will discuss this workforce strategy of the largest HHS with over 20,000 employees in ensuring a sustainable future.
- Looking to service models that facilitate for workforce mobility
- Categorizing the shortfalls and abilities within the network and identifying how to bridge these gaps
- Harnessing technology to improve patient flow and ease workforce pressure
Dr Joseph Occhino
Director Workforce Capability and Planning
Transformation Office, Metro North Hospital and Health Service