Hospitals and healthcare providers internationally are facing an unprecedented demand for services. Input costs are continually rising and so are consumer expectations. Even with bigger healthcare budgets, it will not be possible to keep providing quality care unless we significantly rethink and reconfigure the way services are planned and delivered.

Health System Innovation is the agreed name of the game, and there are many ways to approach it. Some of them involve lessons learned in different industries, others have been developed within healthcare itself.

Sustainable Healthcare Transformation is a major international conference in Hobart, the capital of the enchanting and highly creative Australian island of Tasmania. The home of sub-Antarctic forests, pristine wilderness and coastlines, fine wines, cheeses and woollen goods, the wonderful MONA gallery, and the 2014 Man Booker novel winner, Richard Flanagan.

What a place Tasmania is, and what a conference this will be!

Why should you attend the Sustainable Healthcare Transformation Conference.

View the video to see why!

Mark the date in your diary - 18-20 March 2015, and read on to see the line-up of high-profile international and Australasian speakers, peer-reviewed presentations and innovative strategies and programs that have greatly benefited patients and healthcare providers.

Delegates will hear leaders and innovators share lessons and strategies that can deliver real dividends in the healthcare field.

This will be a valuable and enjoyable event for anyone in Australia, NZ, Asia, the USA, UK and Europe who is engaged with providing high quality care in a tight fiscal environment.

  • Medical, nursing and allied health clinicians from the Primary Care or Acute sector, both public and private
  • Health service and hospital managers
  • Policy makers within government
  • Educators and researchers

The conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart from 18-20 March 2015 - an exceptional time of the year to visit Tasmania. It immediately precedes Ten Days on the Island - Tasmania's International Art Festival (20-29 March 2015).

Conference speaker Ray Mostogl wins national executive award!

Conference speaker Ray Mostogl has won CEO Magazine's Manufacturing Executive of the Year award for 2014.

Please see the link below to read the Launceston Examiner's article about Ray's award. http://www.examiner.com.au/story/2730179/accolade-to-bell-bay-manager/

 

Media Releases

Please see below Media Releases for the Sustainable Healthcare Transformation Conference 2015.

Conference Aims

  • To share contemporary research and best practice in healthcare improvement
  • To demonstrate the positive outcomes of healthcare improvement initiatives for patient outcomes and organisational advancement
  • To demonstrate the importance of clinical and executive leadership, and multidisciplinary collaboration in healthcare improvement
  • To share successful initiatives undertaken in other industries with relevance to healthcare
  • To highlight the need for capacity-building - education and training for present and future health professionals and managers - in health system improvement methodologies

 

Conference Themes

  • Innovation in healthcare delivery
  • Research in healthcare improvement
  • Leadership in healthcare
  • Capability and capacity building in healthcare improvement
  • Lessons from other industries

Hosts

 

Health Services Innovation Tasmania is funded by the Australian Government through the Tasmanian Health Assistance Package.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conference Managers

  • For all enquiries please contact the team at Conference Design:

mail@conferencedesign.com.au
+61 3 6231 2999

 

Venue

Hotel Grand Chancellor
1 Davey Street
HOBART TAS 7000

Who Should Attend

  • Medical, nursing or allied health clinicians from the Primary and Acute Care sectors, both public and private
  • Health service and hospital managers
  • Policy makers within government
  • Educators and researchers

1
Sep
2014

Call for Abstracts & Registration Opens

The call for abstracts will open online. Registration, function and accommodation bookings will also open online.

28
NOV 2014

Abstracts Due

Abstracts are due and can be submitted via the web site.
23
Dec 2014

Abstract Notification

Authors will be emailed to advise if their abstract has been accepted or not.
10
Feb
2015

Early bird & Presenter Registraton

All presenters are required to register for the conference.
18
MAR
2015

Conference Workshops

Workshops will be held in the morning on 18 March.
18-20
MAR
2015

Conference Sessions

The conference sessions will commence in the afternoon on 18 March and conclude on the 20th.