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Featured Speakers :

 Dr Jill Stow
Dr Jill Stow
Lecturer, Simulation Education, School of Nursing & Midwifery
Monash University
 Veronica Croome
Veronica Croome
Chief Nurse
Canberra Hospital and Health Services
 Cheyne Chalmers
Cheyne Chalmers
Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer
Monash Health

Welcome to the 9th annual Workforce Efficiency in Healthcare Summit 2015 

Boosting workforce productivity through workforce planning, simulation training, clinical education, data analytics, ehealth and change management

The Australian healthcare system is facing a period of drastic change as the current administration examines changes to primary care delivery and funding and looks to deliver more health professionals, at lower cost, through better training programs.

Faced also with challenging efficiency targets, headcount reductions and a drastic shortage of the medical workforce in rural and regional areas, never before has it been more urgent to examine the strategies and technologies you can use to achieve efficiency in the workforce and organization as a whole.

In light of these challenges, the 9th annual Workforce Efficiency in Healthcare Summit 2015 has been developed to give attendees exclusive access to a comprehensive range of strategic and operational case studies, panels and interactive content to help address these challenges and ensure your workforce can respond to current and future healthcare demands.

Key Themes:

  • Workforce Redesign in Achieving Healthcare Workforce Efficiency
  • Solving Australia’s Rural and Regional Medical Workforce Shortage through Sustainable Postgraduate Training Programs
  • The Mater Health Interprofessional Learning Program
  • Efficiency in Clinical Placements: Strategic and Funding Considerations
  • Providing More Efficient and Effective Care and Improved Clinical Outcomes through Telehealth
  • NEAT Targets – Understanding the Workforce Strategies and Technology that can Help you Achieve Government Targets
  • Developing and Implementing Nursing Leadership Programs
  • Rebuilding General Practice Training
  • Using our Health Workforce to Provide a ‘Medical Home’ and Reduce Hospital Admissions

What's New for 2015?

  • 25+ case studies from leading public and private hospitals across Australia
  • Elevated networking opportunities through sessions specifically designed to foster introductions and interaction, as well as drinks receptions, extended lunches and breaks, and roundtable discussions
  • A varied agenda incorporating a mix of inspirational case studies, panel discussions, deep dive 'how to' sessions, interactive roundtables, and much more

Who Will You Meet?

This year's program has been specifically designed to benefit the following healthcare roles:

  • HR Directors/Managers
  • Workforce Planning Directors/Managers
  • Directors/Head of Nursing
  • Directors/Heads of Clinical/Medical Education
  • Operations Director
  • Heads of People, Learning and Culture
  • Integrated Clinical Practice Leads
  • Simulation Training Coordinators
  • Workforce Development Managers
  • Workforce Strategy/ Workforce Education
  • Heads of Learning and Development eHealth Managers
  • Telehealth Managers

Sponsors & Exhibitors
Event Partner
Allocate Software
QuantumIT & InPlace Network- AU
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Media Partners
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