27 - 28 November, 2019 | Hilton, Brisbane

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Insights into the Stakeholder Engagement Initiatives Ensuring Seamless Delivery of the $1.8b Sunshine Coast University Hospital

Sunshine Coast University Hospital is a tertiary teaching hospital, the first opened in the country for over 20 years, servicing the Sunshine Coast region, as the hub in an integrated network of accessible healthcare.

A Systemic Shift: Why the Aged Care Royal Commission Needs to Dig a Little Deeper

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety is one of more than 20 such inquiries into aged care stemming back to 1997. This latest inquiry, announced late last year will no doubt highlight the systemic problems that have been previousl ...

The Future of Healthcare When Bricks & Mortar isn’t Sustainable: How Digital Health Can Help Meet Growing Need

Over the past decades however healthcare locally, and globally has been in flux. Healthcare’s reinvention is being driven by two main factors: the search for economic sustainability and digital disruption. Health care spending is on an unsustainable trajec ...

Exploring Post-Transition Challenges and Lessons Learned at Gold Coast University Hospital

The $1.76 billion, 750-bed tertiary Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH) is part of a major expansion of health services for the Gold Coast community. The site covers an area of almost 20 hectares and replaces the existing Gold Coast Hospital, which was bu ...

Caboolture Hospital: Embedding Flexibility into Site Master Planning to Ensure Healthcare Facilities Meet Long-Term Community Needs

With Caboolture located just 15km from Brisbane CBD the area is growing at twice the rate of other areas in the state. This rapid growth has meant that the local hospital, currently only 26 years old, was struggling to meet the needs of an ever increasing c ...

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Why Sponsor? | Queensland Healthcare Week 2019

Off the back off a hugely successful launch in 2018, Queensland Healthcare Week is back in 2019 and has doubled in size to accommodate for the growing demand for a healthcare event brings together senior level healthcare decision makers and suppliers under one roof. If you can help health leaders...

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Fast Track Your Attendance To Queensland Healthcare Week 2019

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Leveraging Technology to Build, Enable and Enhance a Service Improvement Unit to Improve Patient Flow and Operations

In this presentation from Queensland Healthcare Week 2018, Belinda Berg, Director Service Improvement at Mackay Hospital and Health Service, explores: Key guidelines for structuring a major improvement project and using improvement methodology to service improvement unit, with the learnings applicable to any major change management programHow Mackay HHS is working...

Logan-Bayside Network around the Future Hospitals Program – Maintaining Business as Usual in Light of a Major Change Management Project

In this presentation from Queensland Healthcare Week 2018, Cameron Ballantine, Chief Information Officer at Metro South Health, explores: Managing the transition to a fully digital environment by regularly consulting local clinicians, creating an extensive change champion network and establishing a comprehensive governance structure to increase visibility right across the organisation and...

Thinking from the Clinician’s Perspective to Overcome Challenges in Retrofitting Technology

In this presentation from Queensland Healthcare Week 2018, Judy Morton, Executive Director Nursing & Midwifery at Townsville Hospital and Health Service and Sari Holland, Midwifery Unit Manager at Townsville Hospital and Health Service, explores: Staff-centric – It should be about enabling clinicians to work more effectively for patientsStakeholder management –...

Innovative Asset Infrastructure Solutions Transforming Healthcare Delivery in the Digital Age

In this presentation from Queensland Healthcare Week 2018, Michael Campbell, Senior Director of Facilities & Capital Infrastructure at Queensland Children’s Hospital, explores: Using digital twins to accurately model the performance and adjust the functioning and operation of the advanced tri-generation energy plantReducing the carbon footprint of major healthcare and research buildings...

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A People First Philosophy: Exploring the Stakeholder Oriented Design & Development of Bendigo Health’s new $630m Hospital

Ahead of Queensland Healthcare Week 2018 and the Health Facilities Design and Development Summit 2018 we chat to Jim Reid, Acting Executive Director, Bendigo Hospital. In this article Jim chats to us about the two phase hospital project and explores the structural and technological capabilities ensuring the facility is fit...

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Delivering Life-Changing Healthcare Solutions with a New Flexible, State-of-the-Art $534m Hospital

Ahead of the Health Facilities Design and Development Summit, and Queensland Healthcare Week 2018 we chat to Wayne Jones, Chief Executive Officer of the Northern NSW Local Health District (NNLHD) about the $534 million dollar development of the greenfield Tweed Valley Hospital. In this article Wayne explores how the NNLHD...

Insights from Metro South Health – Australia’s First Fully Digitised Health Service

Ahead of the Digital Health Summit and Queensland Healthcare Week we chat to Cameron Ballantine, Acting Chief Information Officer at Metro South Health (MSH) about the process behind the rollout of Australia’s first fully digitised health service, and explore the comprehensive change management strategies that made this transition possible. 

Exploring the Hospital Design and Development Innovations Taking Queensland Health into the 21st Century

Ahead of the Health Facilities Design and Development Summit, running as part of Queensland Healthcare Week 2018 we take a look at three of Queensland’s newest and most innovative hospital developments; Herston Quarter, Moura Hospital and Caboolture Hospital. These facilities, through new construction methods, master planning, innovative financing structures and...

Project Delivery Best-Practice: The Lessons Learned from Australia’s Biggest Hospital Design and Development Projects

With so many projects under development, including the $1.1 billion Herston Quarter in Brisbane, the $230 Million Gold Coast Private Hospital, and the $253 Million Caboolture Hospital redevelopment, the need to effectively manage project teams, budgets, stakeholders and timeframes, is of the utmost importance. So what lessons can Queensland healthcare...