Using technology to enable an innovative client centred care system
Conference Date
13th & 14th March 2019
Location
Dockside Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney
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Day 1 - Wednesday 13th March, 2019

8:30
Registration, coffee & networking
9:00
Welcome remarks from the Chair
Florian Ruhnke
Digital Innovation Strategist
Home Nursing Group
9:10
OPENING KEYNOTE: Transforming & optimising aged care in Australia
  • How to achieve foundational improvements with IT Strategy and roadmap developments
  • Addressing innovation and digital disruption with autonomous vehicle trials
  • How to optimise business by addressing cyber security and data management & privacy
  • Taking a closer look at system interoperability with an ESB
John Vohradsky
Executive General Manager, Information Technology
IRT Group
9:50
How to Leverage your IT department to Future Proof Your Organization and Survive Government Audits
Natalie Burge
Director
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise
10:20
SPEED NETWORKING

In this interactive session, you will have the opportunity to network with fellow attendees and speakers in 2 minute bursts, to exchange business cards and set up conversations for the rest of the event

10:50
Morning tea & networking
11:20
CASE STUDY: Unpacking the James Milson Roadmap to implement technology
  • Delivery technology for the benefits of residents & staff
  • Negotiating and working with the vendors
  • Modifications and steps taken to improve user experience
Nadeem Ahmed
Information Technology Manager
James Milson Village
12:00
Implementing a Computerised Maintenance Management System
  • What is a CMMS and how is it used in aged care?
  • Avoid cost leakages and transform asset management
  • Case Study: Harbison’s journey
Jess Johnson
Health and Aging Division Account Director
MDF Group
12:30
Networking lunch
1:30
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS
  • What is the future of assistive technologies within aged care? What are the pros and cons?
  • Cyber security- How do we control security of information, in the era of MyHealth records.
  • How can we integrate our IT department with business strategy surrounding technology with Aged Care?
Succeeding in a CDC Market
2:30
Optimising your technology to keep ahead of the CDC market
  • Understanding & implementing human centric design thinking
  • Understanding what your customers really want in terms of new technology
  • Integrating user centric approaches to digital document management
Florian Ruhnke
Digital Innovation Strategist
Home Nursing Group
3:10
Afternoon tea & networking
3:40
Technology and the new aged care standards: intertwining the two
  • Understanding the new standards introduced by the accreditation agency and its importance
  • Evaluating the potential challenges while integrating technology to address the new standards
  • How to implement technology to meet the new standards
Dean Gemmill
Quality & Innovation Manager
Mayflower Group
4:20
CASE STUDY: Integrating a single use platform to meet business outcomes
  • How to implement a single use platform in an aged care organisation
  • The benefits it has implemented into Greengate aged care
  • How the use of a single  software platform can help meet business strategies and positively affect broader business outcome  such as centralization of management & ease of expansion
Stephen O’brien
Information Technology Communication Manager
Greengate
5:00
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of Day One

Day 2 - Thursday 14th March, 2019

8:30
Welcome, coffee & networking
9:00
Welcome remarks from the Chair
Dr Rosy Walia, GAICD
Chief Executive Officer
Multicultural care
9:10
OPENING KEYNOTE: Moving IT from function to strategy
  • How to boost business performance by aligning your IT department with business strategy
  • Value of approaching all problems in new ways
  • Leveraging staff to implement IT strategies
  • Ensuring your collaborative strategies result in the best consumer outcome
Wendy Flavien
Chief Integration Officer
Bolton Clarke
9:50
SPOTLIGHT SESSION

In this interactive session you will learn how to develop, implement and measure a knowledge management strategy

10:30
Morning tea & networking
Streamlining care by incorporating technology
11:00
Technology snakes & ladders – a provider’s perspective on the ups & downs of technology in aged care
  • Clarifying your IT goals in an uncertain business environment
  • Investing in IT within an individualised funding model
  • Calling for a sector-wide co-design approach to IT in aged care
Dr Rosy Walia, GAICD
Chief Executive Officer
Multicultural care
11:40
Assistive technology for a bigger purpose
  • Measuring the pros & cons of introducing assistive technology
  • How to build a vision and implement an assistive tech prototype
  • How to embed strategic business collaborations and optimise results when implementing assistive technology in aged care
Giovanni Siano
Owner & Director
Home Instead Senior Care Geelong
12:20
Networking lunch
1:20
Bringing back the importance of technology to the community
  • Analysing the importance of technology within community care
  • Finding the right technology that is committed to optimising customer care
  • How to ignite the excitement of new technology in community care workers
Yvonne Timson
Chief Operating Officer
Community Vision
2:00
PANEL DISCUSSION: What does the future hold for assistive technology?
  • How are devices like smartphones and tablets transforming AT?
  • How can AT be better integrated into the everyday lives of customers?
  • What can we expect to see from AT in the coming years?
Giovanni Siano
Owner & Director
Home Instead Senior Care Geelong
George Lymbers
Chief Information Officer
Thomas Holt
2:40
Afternoon tea & networking
Strategising your workforce to optimise business & consumer satisfaction
3:10
Bringing together technology & office culture
  • Constructing a change management plan
  • Becoming proactive instead of reactive with technology
  • De-stigmatising the the idea of ‘complicated technology’
Steve Liliopoulos
Digital Transformation Officer
Thomas Holt
3:50
Overcoming the fear of using new technology
  • Realising the benefits that technology can bring to your business
  • How an investment in educating your staff is an investment in your business
  • Implementing collaborative strategies to encourage your workforce
Caroline Elliott
Program Manager
Amana Living
4:30
Closing remarks from the Chair & close of Conference
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Key Speakers

Wendy Flavien
Chief Integration Officer
Bolton Clarke
Giovanni Siano
Owner & Director
Home Instead Senior Care Geelong
Dr Rosy Walia, GAICD
Chief Executive Officer
Multicultural care
John Vohradsky
Executive General Manager, Information Technology
IRT Group