Innovation in healthcare poses some unique constraints. Navigating this complex maze to translate good ideas into successful designs and improve healthcare delivery requires both strategic thinking and domain skills.
Stephen Alexander has developed an approach to provide an aerial view of this maze, providing organisations with strategies to avoid the impassable and guidance to navigate towards successful outcomes.
In his presentation, Stephen will share his experiences of consulting in strategy, government and large corporates across Australia’s hybrid healthcare system. Stephen will also moderate a Q&A session with the audience.
Topics covered will include:
• Digital tipping points
- is the health system unique - what will never be the same again?
- social media - change driven by patient advocacy
- wearables & the internet of things
- impact of blockchain – privacy, the crowd perspective
- the “uber” economy
• Innovation that works
- developing good ideas
- aligning innovation with user requirements & input
- aligning innovation with state and federal principles and strategic objectives
- benchmarking and measuring meaningful outcomes in an interconnected health environment
HISA in partnership with HealthTech Sydney invite you to join them at this event.
Stephen Alexander is regarded as a thought leader in the art of creating meaningful value in the evolving interconnected, eco like on-line world, that is currently redefining the core requirements to not only survive but excel in a 21st century knowledge based economy. He advises to senior management within industry, government and social enterprises who, due to the global economic conditions, are now expected to deliver more value for less cost and reduced risk by policy makers and shareholders alike. He specializes in health, welfare, transport, energy, mining, e-learning, banking, regional development and whole of government interoperability for each of the three tiers of government. Stephen’s hallmark is predicting insightful end points for initiatives, organisations or sectors and generating more value outcomes with less resources through the creative use of new trends and mixing emerging online capabilities. Stephen will lead us through a process of thinking differently about digital and an interconnected world. He is often asked to use the smart cities and regions as a backdrop to comprehend if a ‘Good Idea’ would generate sufficient value to actually work both from a commercial and public value perspective. In this session, Stephen will discuss healthcare and ways to think about digital and innovation.
This event is free for HISA members and $25.00 for non-members. Please register via the above link to confirm your attendance.
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This event has been approved for up to 1.5 contact hours of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential. Click here for more information on becoming a certified health informatics professional.
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