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Annual conference - Sydney 30th July 2012
part of HIC 2012 30 July - 2 August

"Building the Healthcare System of 2022"

A limited number of spaces are now available for the Digital Hospital Design Conference.  
Please register online now to secure your place!!!

This one-day conference will take leaders in the areas of hospital design, construction, care delivery and information systems and debate this important topic. We will look to define an alternative vision for what hospitals and indeed our whole tertiary care systems needs to transform to. It will seek to answer the question: What will our next generation healthcare system look like and how will we deliver it?

DATE & TIME: MONDAY 30TH JULY 2012 9 - 5pm
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Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre

OUR OBJECTIVE

We know that in the future hospitals will change the nature of the services they deliver. The cost and demands of healthcare will mean that we will be sicker when we attend hospitals and stay for a shorter period. Patients in the community will need better coordinated, higher quality, more intensive care.

This one-day conference will take leaders in the areas of hospital design, construction, care delivery and information systems and debate this important topic. We will look to define an alternative vision for what hospitals and indeed our whole tertiary care system needs to transform to. We will seek to answer the question: What will our next generation healthcare system look like and how will we deliver it?

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Combining these speakers with active audience engagement and skilled facilitation will create a compelling and insightful event.

Tony Arnel
Global Director of Sustainability, Norman, Disney & Young

"Sustainability represents one of the cornerstones of the emerging Salutogenic model of healthcare."

Prof Chris Baggoley
Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health & Ageing

"Healthcare in 2022: More technical, more personalised and more consumer centred..."

Serdar Baycan
Managing Director, Tectura Architects

"While our current health care system may be considered effective, there are significant health care and funding challenges ahead."

Jon Barnes
Health Sector Manager, Leighton Contractors Pty Limited

"Australia has the potential to lead the world in digital health care."

Prof Mike Daube
Director, Public Health Advocacy Group

"The world of health is changing faster than ever before. How do we respond as professionals, as a nation, and as a global community?"

Keith Davis
Director Health Services, Norman, Disney & Young

"With the future anticipated changes to healthcare delivery, are our procurement methods adequate?"

Prof Michael Georgeff
CEO Precedence Health Care

"Networks of open broadband-based services will transform collaborative care and fundamentally change health care as we know it."

Daryl Jackson
Principal Director Daryl Jackson Architects Pty Ltd

"Illness is not wellness, and how best to get the sick better requires both operational and aspirational environments ... where mind and body are engaged ...and good health exists."

Brendan Lovelock
Chair - Digital Hospital Design HISA SIG
CISCO

"Overcoming our future healthcare challenges will require us to put the capabilities to deliver change directly into the hands of clinicians and patients."

Robert Rust
CEO Health Infrastructure NSW

"Health Infrastructure NSW is developing a strategy to implement BIM on major projects.Is the wider industry capable of successfully incorporating BIM in the delivery process."

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