Inaugural Australasian CXO Healthcare Cloud Summit

Australia’s first comprehensive CXO level event dealing with the key trends in healthcare cloud management, technology, reform and funding which are mandating a system shift to cloud provision of services between government, providers and patients.

TUESDAY MARCH 8TH, 2022

Agenda

Morning Sessions 8:30am – 12:30pm

8:30am-9:00am : Coffee and registration

9:00am-9:10am: Welcome: Why are we here? 

9:10am-9:45am: Is interoperability just a dirty word?

  • Rethinking the interoperability paradigm: in the cloud
  • Change is coming: Why the cloud in healthcare is an inevitability for both the government and private sector
  • The rapidly diverging cloud vs server ecosystems
  • The problem facing many providers and vendors as things stand today
  • A bridge of sighs?: Planning and implementing a business model transition

Moderator:

  • Jeremy Knibbs, The Medical Republic and Wild Health publisher and CEO

Panelists:

  • Tim Blake, Semantic Consulting MD
  • Bettina McMahon, HealthDirect CEO
  • Daniel McCabe, First Assistant Secretary of the Benefits Integrity & Digital Health
  • Kate Ebrill, CSIRO Business Development Manager

9:50am-10:25am: What is cloud healthcare: today and in five years time?

  • Definitions from a panel of experts
  • Where cloud healthcare is being applied today successfully: case studies
  • Who is already losing out and what are the implications
  • What could cloud healthcare look like in five years time?

Moderator:

  • Tim Blake, Semantic Consulting MD

Panelists: 

  • Emma Hossack, MSIA CEO
  • Matt Bardsley, Medical Director CEO
  • Bettina McMahon, HealthDirect CEO
  • Matt Maw, Nutanix Head of Technology Strategy (ANZ)

10:25am-10:35am: Vendor Pitch 1:  My Emergency Doctor

10:35am-10:55am: Morning Tea

10:55am-11:10am: Vendor Pitch 2: Nutanix

11:10am-11:50am: Getting to the cloud faster

  • How is the government going to facilitate a standards framework and set a timeframe like the UK and US?
  • How do we assist disrupted but important vendors and providers?
  • What if we kit up legacy systems such as GP PMSs to talk to the cloud?
  • State vs federal government and a common communication framework

Panelists:

  • Daniel McCabe, First Assistant Secretary of the Benefits Integrity & Digital Health Division at Department of Health
  • David Rowlands, Associate Professor at RMIT
  • Matthew Galletto, Founder & CEO of MediRecords
  • Zoran Bolevich, eHealth NSW CIO

11:50am-12:20pm: The ramifications of MBS and PBS going cloud

Speaker:

  • TBC

12:20pm-12:30pm: Vendor Pitch 3: Claiming.com.au: Utility of payments in the cloud


12:30pm-1:15pm: Lunch

Catering TBC

Afternoon Sessions 1:15pm – 4:45pm

1:15pm-1:55pm: Models of Care in the Cloud 1: Hospital in the home, Aged Care, between the hospital and the GP

  • How is HITH unfolding in Australia
  • Underlying HITM technologies
  • The aged care challenge and potential models
  • Staying out of hospital – emergency care before hospital

Moderator:

  • Jeremy Knibbs, The Medical Republic and Wild Health publisher and CEO

Panelists:

  • Dr Angus Ritchie, Sydney Local Health District CIO
  • Cynthia Stanton, Northern Sydney PHN COO
  • Dr Andrew Wilson, MediBank Group Executive – Healthcare & Strategy
  • Dr Chris Irwin, Australian Society for GPs CEO
  • Helen Souris, Cardihab CEO 

1:55pm-2:05pm: Vendor Pitch 4: Cardihab: cloud based cardiac rehabilitation

2:05pm-2:35pm: Models of Care in the Cloud 2: Mental health, chronic care, primary care and telehealth

  • Models for mental health networks
  • The primary care legacy issue
  • The unfolding possibilities of telehealth
  • Care in rural and remote regions

Moderator:

  • Jeremy Knibbs, The Medical Republic and Wild Health publisher and CEO

Panelists:

  • Tamaryn Hankinson, The Clinician MD
  • Mike Harmon, Visionflex CEO
  • Paresh Dawda, Principal Prestantia Health
  • Professor Samuel Harvey, Black Dog Institute Deputy Director
  • Dr Silvia Pfeiffer, Coviu CEO  
  • Bill Maiden, My Emergency Doctor CEO 
  • Yianni Serpano, Coreplus Founder and CEO

2:35pm-2:45pm: Vendor Pitch 5: Olinqua

2:45pm-3:20pm : Cloud essentials for providers and vendors

  • Cloud health provider infrastructure 101
  • Mapping big picture needs: on prem, hybrid, latency and transition
  • Transitioning strategy and finances

Moderator:

  • Jeremy Knibbs, The Medical Republic and Wild Health publisher and CEO

Panelists:

  • Matt Maw, Nutanix Head of Technology Strategy (ANZ)
  • Martin Moszczynski, Olinqua CTO
  • Matthew Galetto, MediRecords Founder & CEO
  • Nic Woods, Microsoft Health Industry Executive

3:20pm-3:40pm: Afternoon tea + meet the vendors

3:40pm-4:15pm: Funding models and the cloud

  • Data that facilitates value based care
  • Sacred cows: fee for service, outcomes Medicare and the cloud
  • A way through: The aged care opportunity
  • Private health and funding in the cloud

Moderator:

  • Jeremy Knibbs, The Medical Republic and Wild Health publisher and CEO

Panelists:

  • Stephen Duckett, Director of Health and Aged Care, Grattan Instititue
  • Stefan Harrar, Chief Innovation Officer Digital CRC
  • Rebecca Grover, Industry Lead Healthcare, Macquarie Bank
  • Claiming.com.au (to be nominated)
  • Michelle O’Brien, Head of Strategy, MediRecords
  • Chris Irwin, Founder and President, Australian Society for GPs

4:15pm-4:25pm: Vendor Pitch 6: Coviu

4:25pm-4:55pm: Q&A panel wrap

  • Panel of experts in Q&A on key issues of the day

Moderator:

  • Jeremy Knibbs, The Medical Republic and Wild Health publisher and CEO

Panelists:

TBC

4.55pm-6.00pm: Networking drinks and meet the vendors

Panelists
Matt Maw

Matt Maw

Nutanix Head of Technology Strategy (ANZ)

Bill Maiden

Bill Maiden

My Emergency Doctor CEO

Yianni Serpano

Yianni Serpano

Coreplus Founder and CEO.

Professor Samuel Harvey

Professor Samuel Harvey

Black Dog Institute Deputy Director

Dr Stephen Duckett

Dr Stephen Duckett

Health and Aged Care Program Director at Grattan Institute.

Lynelle Hales

Lynelle Hales

Sydney North Health Network CEO

Tamaryn Hankinson

Tamaryn Hankinson

Managing Director and Co-Founder at The Clinician Ltd

Helen Souris

Helen Souris

Cardihab CEO

Dr Angus Ritchie

Dr Angus Ritchie

Chief Medical Information Officer at Sydney LHD

Richard Taggart

Richard Taggart

CIO for Sydney LHD

Stefan Harrer

Stefan Harrer

Chief Innovation Officer, Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre

Kate Ebrill

Kate Ebrill

Business Development Manager, Product Manager at CSIRO

Dr Chris Irwin

Dr Chris Irwin

President, Australian Society of General Practice

Dr Andrew Wilson

Dr Andrew Wilson

Group Executive at Medibank

Adele Creighton

Adele Creighton

Head of Healthcare at Macquarie business banking

Daniel McCabe

Daniel McCabe

First Assistant Secretary - Benefits Integrity and Digital Health at Australian Department of Health

Bettina McMahon

Bettina McMahon

Chief Executive Officer at Healthdirect Australia and Chair of the Board at the Australasian Institute of Digital Health

Matthew Galetto

Matthew Galetto

Founder & CEO of MediRecords

David Rowlands

David Rowlands

A/Professor at RMIT University, Board Member of WentWest Pty Ltd, Attunga International and Digital Health Workforce Australasia

Matthew Bardsley

Matthew Bardsley

CEO, MedicalDirector

Emma Hossack

Emma Hossack

CEO, Medical Software Industry Assoc

Jeremy Knibbs

Jeremy Knibbs

CEO, The Medical Republic

Tim Blake

Tim Blake

Managing Director, Semantic Consulting

Register

Please email Talia to request an in-person ticket.

Program, Content and Panelist Enquiries:

Talia Meyerowitz-Katz

talia@medicalrepublic.com.au

Partnership Opportunity Enquiries:

John Todd

john@wildhealth.net.au

Sponsors
Venue

MediRecords, Sydney

The Venue

The summit will be hosted at the MediRecords office.

Level 3/601 Pacific Hwy, St Leonards NSW 2065


Parking

Secure underground parking is available:

  • Wilson Underground carpark, 40 Oxley Street St Leonards. Early Bird parking (entry before 9:30am, exit between 3pm and 7pm) costs $20 for the day.
  • Wilson Underground carpark, 100 Christie Street St Leonards. Early Bird parking (entry before 9:30am, exit between 3pm and 7pm) costs $16 for the day.

Public Transport

The venue is a 6 minute walk from St Leonards Station (T1 and T9).


Dining

There will be light refreshments and coffee available throughout the day, and a catered lunch. Drinks will be served at the conclusion of the event.