Innovation Collaboration

Objectives

The primary objective of the Innovation Collaboration Network is to provide opportunities to air new and innovative ideas and solutions and expose participants to new ideas, technologies and techniques. The network examines both technological as well as system innovation and projects in their early stages are welcome to be discussed. To achieve this, the Network will:

  • Provide a forum for ideas and discussion
     
  • Promote collaboration
     
  • Consult widely and seek to share and promote across the health sector

Membership

  • Membership is open to all AHHA stakeholders with an interest in innovation in the heath sector
     
  • Members may be representatives of government agencies, community and private sector organisations, academics or other individuals with relevant expertise

Events

Innovation Collaboration Network meetings are held every two months in conjunction with the Data Collaboration Network. The currently scheduled meetings are:

 

22 March - Adelaide

Using primary health care intelligence to commission reform - Malcolm Ellis
Using primary health care intelligence to commission reform - Malcolm Ellis
The Evidence for Compassion - Mary Freer
The Evidence for Compassion - Mary Freer

6 December - Canberra

Dr Robyn Lindner - Choosing Wisely in Australia – beyond the lists
Dr Robyn Lindner - Choosing Wisely in Australia – beyond the lists
Dr Karmen Condic-Jurkic - HealthHack 2016 – how hackathons can help find innovative solutions to important problems
Dr Karmen Condic-Jurkic - HealthHack 2016 – how hackathons can help find innovative solutions to important problems

26 July - Darwin

Paul Burgess - Chronic Conditions Management Model: 'Closing the Gap' through innovative data use
Paul Burgess - Chronic Conditions Management Model: 'Closing the Gap' through innovative data use
Sora Park - Mobile health: Empowering people with type 2 diabetes using digital tools
Sora Park - Mobile health: Empowering people with type 2 diabetes using digital tools

25 May - Sunshine Coast

William Moorhead - National Rural Health Student Network
William Moorhead - National Rural Health Student Network
Carmen Tintos and Mark Baseley - Financial sustainability in public health: the imperative for forecasting
Carmen Tintos and Mark Baseley - Financial sustainability in public health: the imperative for forecasting
Luke Worth and Peter Frederiksen - Innovation Alliances
Luke Worth and Peter Frederiksen - Innovation Alliances
Peter O'Halloran - Innovation in Healthcare ICT
Peter O'Halloran - Innovation in Healthcare ICT

17 February - Penrith

Neil Sharwood - 3D Manufacturing for health
Neil Sharwood - 3D Manufacturing for health
Melissa Baysari - Optimising decision support within eMMS
Melissa Baysari - Optimising decision support within eMMS
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