Chronic Disease Management

Over the past few years, healthcare has been chasing efficiency and quality in services as the population continues to age and expand. The burden of chronic disease comorbidities is wide and varied at a local through to national level. Reform is happening at a national level, and we are at a pivotal moment in history for change in how we manage these comorbidities, patient-centered healthcare, the health workforce and our indigenous or CALD communities.

Join us in discussing and advancing our thoughts on process and operational excellence. Chronic Disease Management 2016 is where you will meet your peers from across Australia to broaden your understanding of different integrated primary healthcare strategies and gain a variety of operational and strategic perspectives on projects happening across the board.

This year we will focus on:

  • Building an integrated primary healthcare system that is patient-centric and cost/resource efficient

  • Bench-mark best practice change management

  • Learn how to restructure health teams (workforce efficiency and planning) to coordinate care and break down barriers between services

  • Treating chronic disease to decrease clinical risk and improve patient flow

  • Flexible funding methodologies

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Why Attend Chronic Disease Management

Interactive Sessions

Share Insights

Discuss strategies around building an integrated primary healthcare system, bench-marking best practice change management, restructure health teams and more!

Real Situation Analysis

20+ Industry Professional Speakers

Join over 20 industry health professionals including speakers from Medicare Local, Sydney Local Health District, Mid North Coast LHD, Community Care, Malpa Project

ISO Technical Committee

Engaging Networking Opportunities

Connect with health professionals on a deeper level than just a meet-and-greet with the right contacts within your sectors

Reduce Costs and Improve Quality

In Depth Workshops

Effective Workforce Mapping, Integrated Health and High-Performing Health System Strategic Operational Lessons and more!

Networking Opportunities

Post Show Access

You will have access to the onsite presentations so that you have tangible notes from the event

The 2016 Conference is an in-depth focus on:

  • Evaluating the current state of integrated and continuity of care
  • Innovation and integration when improving high-risk/complex needs patient care
  • Delivering eHealth infrastructure and systems to improve access to patient/clinical data
  • Discussing workforce and service redesign strategies
  • Assessing cost efficiency of telemonitoring
  • Managing clinical risk
  • Indigenous chronic disease management
  • Public/private partnerships to ensure operational and strategic sustainability

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