Strengthening the integration of people, infrastructure & ICT
Conference Date
21st & 22nd November 2017
Location
Novotel Sydney Central
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Overview

Integrate people, infrastructure & ICT

The increasing demand for a more efficient and effective healthcare system means hospitals must innovate in order to deliver the highest quality of care. Strategically managing both time and budget constraints will allow for the successful delivery of infrastructure projects.

Infrastructure is only one phase of the redevelopment. Communicating and engaging the right stakeholders throughout is key in being able to efficiently transition through the design, planning and delivery stages of a new or existing hospital.

Attend & learn practical strategies to:
  • Engage stakeholders in the crucial first steps of planning
  • Overcome the expected and unexpected challenges of commissioning
  • Support staff and users through the change management process
  • Implement patient-centred models of care

  • Who will attend?

    • Local Health Districts, Public Hospitals & Health Care Services
    • Private Hospitals & Health Care Facilities
    • State Departments of Health
    With responsibilities for:
    • Planning & Development
    • Infrastructure & Capital Works
    • Operational Design
    • Commissioning
    • Facility & Asset

    Attend to learn:

    • Identify, communicate & engage the right stakeholders
    • Manage & deliver user expectations of redevelopment
    • Integrate people & technology into space
    • Align redevelopment with evolving models of care

    Key Speakers

    Andrew Pedrazzini
    Director of Infrastructure
    NSW Health
    Kym Forrest
    Director of Monash Children’s Hospital Project
    Monash Health
    Mungo Smith
    Architect
    MAAP Architects
    Dr Gervase Chaney
    Executive Director
    Perth Children's Hospital

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    What People Are Saying

    • “The conference offered great insight into national health projects and the importance of engagement in improving the overall performance of the project.”

      Alison Boag
      Deputy Manager Facilities Planning & Management, Women’s & Children Health Network

    Endorsers & Media Partners