The Culture of Innovation in Healthcare
Melbourne 23 November 2016
Knowledge Translation in Health
Canberra 5 April 2017
Responding to Changes in Funding and Billing
Location TBA – 3 May 2017
Innovative Private Models of Healthcare
Location TBA – 26 June 2017
Those working in healthcare for a while know that there is a lot of innovations and valuable research within healthcare. A lot of this though is untapped, fragmented and siloed. Translation of knowledge and innovations across healthcare continues to be a challenge. If we are investing considerable funding and effort into these areas, how much are we benefiting? How can be innovative with data science and analytics with vast amounts of data that research and evidence is generating? What would be required to fast track change and build scale to things we know that work or potentially work? How do we implement innovative change into a large scale and conservative delivery environment?
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With more than a decade of career experience as a researcher and research manager in the fields of health, sport and medical research, Tamika is among the only individuals in Australia certified in Knowledge Translation, which facilitates the creation of relevant research and the delivery of findings through changes in practice, programs and policy.
Working with a wide range of government and non-government organisations, she has shared her knowledge at more than a dozen conferences and symposiums, run workshops, been published in numerous professional and academic journals, and been involved in the development of Knowledge Translation strategies at the organisational and project levels.
Tamika currently serves as Principal with Knowledge Translation Australia, a Consulting service to train researchers and research users in knowledge translation methods and tools; to support them to implement knowledge translation practices within new and existing research projects and grants; and to link researchers and research users to ensure research is relevant for everyone.
This roundtable will take place in Canberra, ACT.
|Date||Wednesday 5 April, 2017|
|Time||12:00pm – 2:00pm|
|Address||9 Broughton St, Barton ACT 2600|
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The Culture of Innovation in Healthcare with Dr Vishaal Kishore and Simon Terry
MELBOURNE Wednesday 23 NOVEMBER 12:00 – 2:00 PM Lunch
Held in Melbourne on 23 November, 2016. This invite only event brought together healthcare leaders with our innovation guides Vishaal Kishore and Simon Terry at a focused health leader lunch to re-examine the Culture of Innovation in Healthcare with a particular focus on ‘system innovation’.
We welcomed back to series Simon Terry who led our first conversation on culture, together with Prof
Vishaal Kishore as our discussion guides to explore the challenges of health system innovation and cultural change. Both guides brought different experiences and perspectives on system innovation in healthcare. The aim was to build threads of a story acknowledging that people, culture and change is a really difficult problem but there is opportunity.
The discussion was the most thought provoking and pragmatic to date with a number commitments from attendees to pick up the outcomes from the session and identify “crucibles” for change. Actions to take back to their own organisation that contribute to system innovation and change. This was a great outcome for series which seeks to move away from issues towards practical change.
For Interviews and key takeaways from the second Culture of Innovation Roundtable, click here.
The Blending of Health and Human Services with Jason Potts
CANBERRA Thursday 1 September 12:00 – 2:00 PM Lunch
Held in Canberra on 1 September, this invite only event brought together healthcare leaders with our innovation guide Jason Potts at a focused health leader lunch to explore and discuss the Blending of Health and Human Services.
As data related to individuals, and service transactions becomes more available and customer-oriented, the lines between organisations merge and blend. Data being gathered and used to support patient and customer-centric services raises questions about how we define and talk about care. Should we be talking about the individual patient / client / consumer – and not aged care / health care / social care?
For Interviews and key takeaways from the Blending of Health and Human Services roundtable, click here.
Digital Innovation and Cybersecurity with Theresa Meadows
MELBOURNE Wednesday 27 July 7:00 – 9:00 AM Breakfast
Held in Melbourne on 27 July, prior to HIC’s third day. This invite only event brought together healthcare leaders with our innovation guide Theresa Meadows at a focused health leader breakfast to explore and discuss Digital Innovation and Cybersecurity.
Featuring international guest Theresa Meadows, Co-Chair of USA Department of Health and Human Services Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force. As digitisation of hospitals and healthcare increases larger banks of collated data eventuate. This increases significant risk for organisations and health providers responsible for data security in a time where consumer awareness and expectations are increasing around data use, privacy and security. This discussion explored cybersecurity in healthcare, organisational requirements, and combined a wide range of discussions on aspects such as premise vs cloud, risks of paper based records, security of health, and payment transactions.
While embracing with digital programs to support health system change and digital health innovation there, are inherent and increased risks. This roundtable dissected the question: how do I balance innovation against risk?
For Interviews and key takeaways from the Balancing Innovation and Cybersecurity in Health roundtable, click here.
The Internet of Things with David Jonas
BRISBANE Wednesday 29 June 12:00 – 2:00 PM Lunch
Held in Brisbane on 29 June, 2016. This invite only event brought together healthcare leaders with our innovation guide David Jonas at a focused health leader lunch to explore and discuss Healthcare and the Internet of Things.
This health leaders lunch explored and delved into “Healthcare and the Internet of Things“. David explored the dynamics of IoT and its application in healthcare. He brought a range of perspectives on the devices and systems collecting data and what it may mean for innovative change. Together, we explored questions including: where are we in relation to IoT in healthcare? What is the potential given the future of the internet? How do we generate and get new ideas into healthcare? Do we leverage and learn off other industries and sectors? (Imitation can be a core enabler for innovation). There is significant research completed in this area from the university and research sector, which can be incorporated through collaboration and partnering.
For Interviews and key takeaways from the Healthcare and the Internet of Things roundtable, click here.
The Culture of Innovation with Simon Terry
SYDNEY Wednesday 27 April 12:00 – 2:00 PM Lunch
Held in Sydney on 27 April, 2016. This invite only event brought together healthcare leaders with our innovation guide Simon Terry at a focused health leader lunch to explore and discuss The Culture of Innovation in healthcare.
Simon and guests explored the culture, approaches and systems required for effective innovation in healthcare. Topics discussed included: What are the business drivers of innovation in healthcare? What are the disruptive services, product offerings, technologies and business models in the healthcare landscape? How do we manage the risks and inherent failures of innovation? How do we trial new ideas beyond the domains of our current funding, systems and processes? How do we leverage the cross-functional and cross-industry collaboration that innovation demands? Expect to participate in an energetic debate. This session included reflections on the Australian Government’s Innovation Statement and various State government programs, and highlighted changes in legislation regarding corporate governance and innovation.
For Interviews and key takeaways from the Culture of Innovation Roundtable, click here.