NSW Health Update - long-term efficiencies and benefits

NSW Health Update - long-term efficiencies and benefits

NSW
Jun 28
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Event Overview

NSW Health Update - long-term efficiencies and benefits

NSW
Jun 28

Online registration has closed. For registration information please contact Karlena James on 02 9779 9746.

 

Speakers

The Hon Jillian Skinner MP, NSW Minister for Health
Richard Alcock, Deputy Chairman, Sydney Children's Hospitals Network
Dr Terry Flynn, Senior Research Fellow, Head of Social Policy & Economic Evaluation, UTS Business School

 

 Public event
 28/06/2013
 The Westin, No. 1 Martin Place, Sydney, NSW

 Health/Ageing
 Lunch (11.30am to 2.00pm)

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Event overview

CEDA is delighted to welcome Minister for Health and Minister for Medical Research, Jillian Skinner, to present the keynote address at CEDA's NSW Health Update for 2013.

The health industry is the largest employer of workers in Australia and is increasing with the ageing population and increased demand for health services.

Recent OECD figures state that Australia's total health spend accounts for more than nine per cent of GDP, in line with many other countries with growing health spends.

The demand for skills, technology, research, infrastructure and innovation in a sophisticated system is complex. Regulatory and social changes have seen landmark shifts in the way health services are designed, administered and evaluated.

This event will cover three different perspectives on key areas of health. Ms Skinner will cover government priorities such as funding for assets, skills, new technologies and the administration of healthcare at local and regional levels.

Hospital chairman and investment banker Richard Alcock will cover local health districts from a board perspective in terms of management and responsibility.

Internationally-recognised UTS health researcher Dr Terry Flynn will present his findings on quality of life attitudes and end-of-life care, in the context of aged care efficiencies and better healthcare.

Join us for an in-depth discussion on the building blocks for long term efficiencies and benefits in the health sector.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon Jillian Skinner MP
NSW Minister for Health
NSW Minister for Medical Research

Meet the speakers

Richard Alcock
Deputy Chairman, The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (Randwick and Westmead);
Managing Director, Investment Banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Dr Terry Flynn
Senior Research Fellow, Head of Social Policy & Economic Evaluation
CenSoC-Centre for the Study of Choice, UTS Business School

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