Innovative Private Models of Healthcare

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Innovative private models of healthcare: In a time when disruption and health system change is constantly being highlighted and discussed, how can we learn from innovative models of healthcare. Increasingly the private sector is developing new business models and modes of care which challenge traditional service delivery. How do we learn from, and or harness these innovative business models? Do these models create inequities in healthcare that we are happy to accept in our society? Come and discuss the evolving healthcare market, emerging innovative business models, and the future of healthcare delivery.

Upcoming Roundtable

An upcoming roundtable will be taking place in Brisbane on June 28. The details are as follows:

Date Wednesday 28 June, 2017
Time 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Location TBA
Address TBA

 

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Nicholas Marlow

Nicholas Marlow

Consultative, pragmatic and results focused senior management consultant encompassing a career spanning 30 years with extensive clinical, operational (both start-up and day to day), and strategic knowledge and skills in healthcare service delivery (public and private) and leadership development.

Nicholas collaborates and draws upon a significant network across the health, quality, policy, industry and professional groups nationally and internationally. Nicholas has implemented numerous projects successfully, including research within, and for, organisations across healthcare, aged care and industry including government, indigenous health, peak bodies, hospitals/primary care/GP/PHN, pharmaceutical and information technology companies, academic and other private companies.

He is recognised as a strong advocate for the client/patient/organisation regarding clinical and corporate excellence and improving access to high quality and safe patient care, strong clinical and corporate governance and workforce development. He is passionate about the simplification and co-designing health care systems with clients and clinicians that centre on the consumer, and integrating their voice and reflections into the solution.