Leaders look at Practical Change
Leaders look at Practical Change: How do we use digital to enable informed consent across healthcare service provision – between patients and practitioners, between healthcare practitioners, and between consumers and services?
This practical design session and discussion will be initially led by Simone Finch, Founder of the Westminster Initiative with experience across the health and social sectors. Simone has led a Hospital and Health Service and Primary Health Network in Queensland, built strategies in mental health and provides advice on traversing the complexities of the NDIS scheme.
An upcoming roundtable will be taking place in Brisbane on April 19. The details are as follows:
|Date||Thursday 19 April, 2018|
|Time||11:30am – 2:00pm|
We have asked Simone to pose a practical problem across the health and social services that she has experienced regularly and that would relate to other organisations and services. As digital systems and data become more pervasive in the health and care sector we are often still challenged by data governance and appropriate use. We want this session to focus on specific problem where there is potential for informed consent to be enabled by digital. The session will be supported by Adrian Wilson, Senior Manager and Lead Design Thinking from Second Road.
As an expert in good governance, public relations, ethics and strategy, Simone Finch brings over 30 years’ experience in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. With substantial experience in the health and social sectors, Simone has led a Hospital and Health Service and Primary Health Network in Queensland, built strategies in mental health and provides advice on traversing the complexities of the NDIS scheme. Additionally, with multiple academic and professional qualifications, Simone is a thought leader in government advice, public policy, business ethics, and turnarounds.