Webinar: Managing the intersection of digital healthcare innovation in Value-based healthcare systems.

Location:
Venue: Webinar
Date: 02 March 2020 1:30pm to 02 March 2020 02:30pm

The  Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care is pleased to present the next in our ongoing series of free webinars 'Managing the intersection of digital healthcare innovation in Value-based healthcare systems’. Join Dr Singithi (Sidney) Chandrasiri, Group Director Academic and Medical Services at Epworth Healthcare, and Harvard Business School, Value Based Health Care Intensive Seminar Program graduate as she explores how to incorporate healthcare innovations as part of an overarching outcome based value generation approach in the management of health services. 

Dr Chandrasiri will discuss Michael Porter’s teachings of generating positive-sum competition to achieve value based healthcare, present strategies for incentivising health providers, funders and regulators and will discuss the intersection of value in medical robotics and artificial intelligence. Adopting a financial and clinical outcomes perspective, this presentation will further explore the key leadership personas and leadership styles essential in the monumental shift from volume to value based healthcare systems in leading the future of robotics and artificial intelligence.

This session will be relevant for all healthcare stakeholders -providers, funders, employers, clinicians and administrators, in looking at how we can adapt and embrace the monumental transformation towards value based healthcare that is facing our industry today.

 

About Dr Sidney Chandrasiri

Dr Sidney Chandrasiri MBBS MHM FCHSM FRACMA CHIA GAICD, is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators (FRACMA), a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Management (FCHSM), Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD), and holds a Masters in Health Management and Certification in Health Informatics. She is a graduate of the highly selective Harvard Business School Intensive Seminar program on Value Based HealthCare taught by Michael Porter.  
Dr Chandrasiri is the Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Group Director, Academic and Medical Services at Epworth HealthCare, a Board Director of the Healthcote Health Service and a Sentinel event reviewer for The Department of Health in Victoria, Australia. She has medical management experience in both public and private health care organizations across Australia and New Zealand, has lectured in health system management to post graduate students at the University of Monash in Melbourne, is a speaker at multiple medical forums across Australia and has published more than 16 papers in leading medial management journals.

Having just returned from discussions with leading experts in the field of value based healthcare at Boston, San Francisco and Arizona in the United States, her current portfolio in Australia encompasses health service leadership, and a number of areas across clinical governance, through to clinical services design and strategic planning.