|Event Date/Time: Apr 17, 2013 / 9:00 am - (GMT +10:00 hours)|
Under sweeping reforms to Australia's healthcare system, the Federal government is rolling out an ambitious AUD$233.7 million Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) Programme. The PCEHR lays the foundations for healthcare reforms - including moves to streamlining e-health services nationally.
The PCEHR and related e-health reforms are under the spotlight. Debate is growing about ways to streamline healthcare. Additionally, Australia's over-stretched hospitals, medical facilities, and community care services are under pressure to modernise infrastructure - while using the best-available technology to deliver anywhere, anytime services.
Reports warn that Australia faces a serious healthcare crisis as the population ages - placing new pressures on healthcare and aged service providers to deliver quality care.
In 2012-2013, Improving healthcare is high on the agenda. Recent reforms are some of the most ambitious to date. These include plans to deliver e-health programmes nationally.
Federal and State Governments are fast-tracking high-profile e-health rolllouts. Health and aged care remains a major expenditure for the Australian Government.
How will reforms deliver direct benefits in 2012-2013? FInd the answer @ your industry's 2nd Annual Future Health Forum. Share up-to-the-minute news, analysis, insights and forecasts.
You will benefit from a state-by-state review of funding and policy reforms. Hear from an influential line-up of policy experts, healthcare advocates, medical practitioners, clinicians, and aged care providers. Topics up for discussion include:
- Next step to PCEHR roll-out: where to now?
- Future funding models & scope of federal-state partnerships
- Managing costs across major hospitals and healthcare systems
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