Swissôtel SYDNEY | 23 - 24 April 2015 AUSTRALIAN TELEHEALTH CONFERENCE @hisa_Telehealth #atc15

Integrating care: Bringing health services and people together through telehealth. Overcoming fragmentation of care.

Welcome to the Australian Telehealth Conference 2015

You are invited to Australia's premier telehealth conference ATC 2015, bringing together Australia's healthcare and telehealth leaders for two days of leading-edge presentations, technology demonstrations and networking opportunities.

The primary theme for ATC 2015 is Integrating care: Bringing health services and people together through telehealth - overcoming fragmentation of care. The aim for this conference is to merge 'traditional' telehealth approaches and communities with the innovative business models and emerging approaches to telehealth and mobile health that present new opportunities and challenges.

We always aim for our events to inspire, to challenge and to also deliver practical information to delegates.

The Australian Telehealth Conference (ATC) is proudly brought to you by the Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA), the Allied Health Professions Australia, the Australasian Telehealth Society, the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine, the Health Information Management Association of Australia and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Building on the success of our previous events, ATC 2015 will attract Australia's largest and most diverse group of telehealth stakeholders.


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STATE HOST PARTNER

GOLD SPONSORS

SILVER SPONSOR

BRONZE SPONSOR

MEDIA PARTNER

SUPPORTERS

NSW eHealth CSIRO
Natr
Telstra Health

tunstall
GP2U Telehealth

NETWORKING RECEPTION

Telus Health

SUPPORTER

GP2U Telehealth
tunstall AAMP

APNA

Frank Insurance

GMHBA Health Insurance

Speakers

A VIRTUAL PRACTICE Integrated care and the role of telehealth




Ron Gutman

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
HealthTap (USA)

Dr John Lambert



Dr John Lambert

Chief Clinical Information Officer
eHealth NSW

INTEGRATED CARE




Dr Martin Seers

Chairman
Homecare Medical (NZ)

MOBILE HEALTH INTERVENTIONS Telehealth connecting the world’s rural and remote communities




Jill Freyne

Senior Research Scientist and Team Leader
The Australian E-Health Research Centre, CSIRO





Dr Shannon Nott

Founding Co-Chair
Future Health Leaders

HOW DO WE MAKE TELEHEALTH A SUSTAINABLE OPTION? CONSUMER TECH AND WELLNESS MANAGEMENT
Catherine Daley

Chief Executive Officer
integratedliving Australia

Alan Taylor

Telehealth in the Home Project Manager
Flinders University

Dr Coralie Wales

Manager Community and Consumer Engagement
Western Sydney Local Health District

Karen Finnin

Director
Physios Online

Michael Gill

Co-Founder
Dragon Claw

Philip Goebel

Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder
Quanticare Technologies

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN DIGITAL HEALTH
Dr James Freeman

Founder
GP2U Telehealth

Gareth Hagebols

General Manager of Product and Innovation
natr™ – Community Telco

Ilkka Howard

Telehealthcare Consultant

Marcus Rosenthal

Co-founder, CEO
Revolve Robotics

JUST DO IT: ALLIED HEALTH LEADING THE TELEHEALTH CHARGE
Karen Finnin

Director
Physios Online

Ralph La Tella

IT and Information Services Officer
Health Information Management Association of Australia

Rachel McKeown

Professional Services Manager
Australian Diabetes Educators Association

Dr Yasmine Probst

NHMRC Senior Research Fellow
Smart Foods Centre, University of Wollongong

TELEHEALTH CONSULTATIONS WORKSHOP The uberfication of healthcare: The business case for digital disruption
Dr Bastian Seidel

Deputy Chair, Tasmania Faculty
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

Dr Tori Wade

Vice President
Australasian Telehealth Society

David Cross

Health Analytics Manager
Bupa Health Dialog

Dr James Freeman

Founder
GP2U Telehealth

Ron Gutman

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
HealthTap (USA)

Shane Solomon

Managing Director
Telstra Health

STATE-BASED TELEMEDICINE APPROACHES
Andrew Bryett

Director Telehealth Support, Clinical Access and Redesign Unit
Department of Health, Queensland Government

Prof Branko Celler

Chief Scientist
CSIRO

A/Prof Bruce Chater OAM

Chair, Statewide Rural and Remote Clinical Network
Department of Health, Queensland

Dr John Lambert

Chief Clinical Information Officer
eHealth NSW

Geraldine McDonald

Manager Telehealth Strategy and Development
Department of Health Victoria