Driving resilience in healthcare, a leader's perspective

Driving resilience in healthcare, a leader's perspective

Jun 1
Join Philips ANZ Managing Director, Matt Moran, and Trustees from across the country for an exploration of the results of Philips’ Future Health Index 2021 Australian report.
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Matt Moran, Managing Director, Philips Australia and New Zealand
Dr Stephanie Allen, Global Healthcare Leader, Deloitte

Event Overview

In its sixth year, the Future Health Index 2021 report is based on proprietary research across 14 countries.

The research considers how healthcare leaders are meeting the demands of today and what the new reality of healthcare post-COVID-19 might look like. Specifically, the report explores the challenges they have faced, their investment in digital health technology, and a new emphasis on partnerships, sustainability, and new models of care delivery, both inside and outside the hospital.

Discussion will centre on three key areas of the research:
  • A cautious optimism for an uncertain future – impacts and opportunities of the pandemic.
  • Driving digital transformation through strategic partnerships
  • Building sustainable systems to deliver future-proof care
Roundtable start times:
SA/NT: 1.00pm
WA: 11.30am

This virtual roundtable is by invitation only. The roundtable will be conducted on a virtual platform and numbers are limited to maximise participation. Invitations to virtual roundtables are a valued benefit of CEDA membership. Chatham House Rule applies. Roundtable discussions will be targeted to varied groups, including state-based Trustees discussions, national or industry sector Trustee roundtables, and c-suite conversations.


Meet the speaker

Matt Moran
Managing Director, Philips Australia and New Zealand

Matt is the Managing Director for Philips in Australia and New Zealand. With over 25 years at Philips, Matt has held various leadership positions in Australia, Singapore and Europe and across different areas of the company, supporting its transformation from a consumer electronics company to a global leader in health technology.

Meet the moderator

Dr Stephanie Allen
Global Healthcare Leader, Deloitte

Stephanie is the Deloitte Global Public Health and Social Services sector leader. In addition, she leads the Health and Human Services Practice for Deloitte Australia and is co-leader of Deloitte Global’s Health Care sector in the Asia Pacific region. Stephanie is a Consulting Partner with over 25 years’ experience in health and social care. She has worked extensively in both the United Kingdom and Australia and specialises in leading large scale transformation programs across health and social care payers and providers focusing on delivering better outcomes and cost containment.
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