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Healthy Queensland—What are the Challenges?
To ask a question, click on the SPEECH BUBBLE icon in the lower right corner of your screen. Please include your name and email address and we'll respond where possible. Making Queenslanders among the healthiest in the world is an aspirational goal that is providing us with important challenges. The latest report from Queensland’s Chief Health Officer captures health trends at a state and regional level to assess the health of our population. It shows that while our preventive strategies are showing success, our health system is under pressure—hospital admissions are growing by an extra 70,000 a year and emergency department presentations by an extra 50,000 a year—an unsustainable trend. Dr Jeannette Young will address these and other issues in her presentation on the key findings from The Health of Queenslanders 2016, the sixth report in the series. Join Dr Young to explore how we as a sector can work with the people of Queensland to achieve a healthier future for all.
Dr Jeannette Young PSM, Chief Health Officer and Deputy Director-General, Prevention Division, Department of Health, Queensland
11/15/2016 9:30:00 PM
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Improving the Value for Money of Health Services
To ask a question, click on the SPEECH BUBBLE icon in the lower right corner of your screen. Please include your name and email address and we'll respond where possible. This presentation is about improving the value for money from health services, and why managers of health services should take up this challenge. Responding appropriately to the double whammy of scarce resources and higher demand for services is now an everyday part of managing services. The goal of actually implementing high value services can be difficult with many hurdles and distractions along the way. Might it be tempting for managers to do nothing to improve value? The information that health service managers require to improve value for money, and the challenges they may face in implementing this evidence will be described using examples and case studies of failures and successes of implementation, as generated by the health services research group at the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI).
Prof Nick Graves, Academic Director, AusHSI
9/13/2016 9:30:00 PM
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Outcome based Healthcare – An Australian model for delivering into an International Market
To ask the speaker a question, click on the SPEECH BUBBLE icon in the lower right corner of your screen. Please include your name and email address and we'll respond where possible. Aspen Medical is an Australian owned and headquartered company that started over a decade ago that provides complete bespoke healthcare solutions, to support healthcare demands in areas of high demand or remote locations. Aspen has grown to an internationally operating company, across 12 countries, 3 continents, with over 2,000 staff, providing a range of services to Governments, resources sector companies and NGO’s. These services cover customers such has Defence, indigenous, disaster response, public health and corporate health. The presentation will also highlight some key projects such as the Remote Area Health Corps (RAHC), Ebola response and Public surgery waiting lists.
Glenn Keys, co-founder & Executive Director, Aspen Medical
8/16/2016 9:30:00 PM
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TEST - Improving the Value for Money of Health Services
To ask a question, click on the SPEECH BUBBLE icon in the lower right corner of your screen. Please include your name and email address and we'll respond where possible. This presentation is about improving the value for money from health services, and why managers of health services should take up this challenge. Responding appropriately to the double whammy of scarce resources and higher demand for services is now an everyday part of managing services. The goal of actually implementing high value services can be difficult with many hurdles and distractions along the way. Might it be tempting for managers to do nothing to improve value? The information that health service managers require to improve value for money, and the challenges they may face in implementing this evidence will be described using examples and case studies of failures and successes of implementation, as generated by the health services research group at the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI).
Prof Nick Graves, Academic Director, AusHSI
9/13/2016 8:30:00 PM
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