How can the Australian Healthcare Workforce Improve Efficiency?
The Australian healthcare system is facing a period of drastic change as the current government examines changes to primary care delivery and funding and looks to deliver more health professionals, at lower cost, through better training programmes.
With workforce productivity under the spotlight in the face of challenging efficiency targets and against a backdrop of headcount reductions across the system, Workforce Efficiency in Healthcare 2014
will examine strategies to ensure your workforce can respond to current and future healthcare demands.
Learning themes will include:
- 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
And many more...
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
- Heads People, Learning and Culture
- Integrated Clinical Practice Leads
- Simulation Training Coordinators
- Workforce Development managers
- Heads of Learning and Development
- E-Health Managers
- Telehealth Managers