Using technology to enable an innovative client centred care system
Conference Date
13th & 14th March 2019
Dockside Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney
Early Bird - Save $500
Book by 01/02/19


How do you succeed in a consumer centric market?
The shift to the CDC market has disorganised the aged care sector, driving providers into a more competitive marketplace. Providers need to stay ahead in a consumer driven, technologically advanced, commercial aged care environment.

Where do you stand and how do you keep up? The Innovation & Technology in Aged Care conference will showcase thought leaders from across the industry to dive into some of the main challenges facing the sector, in regards to the implementation & innovation of technology.

Attend & learn how to
  • Boost business performance by aligning your IT department with business strategy
  • Measure the benefits of new and existing technology
  • Find the right technology for your organisation
  • Measure the pros and cons of assistive technology
  • Understand & implement human centric design thinking
Who will attend?
Leaders from the aged care sector including:
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Digital Officer
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Information Technology
  • Information Services
  • Infrastructure
  • Innovation
  • General Manager
  • Business Development

Attend to learn:

  • Realise the potential of new & existing systems
  • Streamline care by incorporating technology
  • Succeed in a CDC market
  • Strategise your workforce to optimise business & consumer satisfaction
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Key Speakers

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


What People Are Saying

  • “Criterion provided a very insightful conference full with rich content delivered by professionals within the field. Their range of vendors suited the environment for which we operate. Finally. an engaging and exciting conference.”

    Jonathan Dickson
    Information and Communication Technology Manager, Torbay Lifestyles and Care


  • Date: 13 Dec 2018  By: Ash Natesh

    We interviewed, Chris Dougherty, General Manager, Human Resources Prescare & Professor Michael Woods, Centre of Health Economics Research & Evaluation, University of Technology Sydney. Here is their Insights on what the challenges and wins the aged care sector has faced in 2018: Chris Dougherty, General Manager, Human Resources Prescare “The largest challenge was the looming …

  • Date: 13 Dec 2018  By: Ash Natesh

    In undertaking his work, Professor John Pollaers OAM (Chairman Aged Care Workforce Strategy Taskforce at Australian Department of Health) uncovered some inescapable truths that impact on how the community views aged care and, indeed, how the industry sees itself. The Strategy that he has set out identifies significant opportunities for the industry and individual organisations …

  • Date: 4 Dec 2018  By: Ash Natesh

    Technology is developing at a rapid rate and as a result there has been massive changes in the aged care industry. Not only is technology enabling elderly people to lead healthier and more independent lives, it is helping carers and medical professionals monitor their health, to ensure they get the help they need, when they …

  • Date: 6 Nov 2018  By: Chris Dougherty

    In 2016, the Australian aged care workforce was estimated to no more than 360,000. This represents around 3% of the Australian workforce. This workforce provided services to 280,000 Australians, of whom 70% were in residential care. (Research Australia) Beyond the statistics, it is a workforce that has an enormous influence on the quality of life …

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