Webinar: The TACs Value-Based Health Care Journey - outcomes that matter in road trauma.

Venue: Online
Date: 29 June 2022 12:30pm to 29 June 2022 01:30pm

The Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care is pleased to bring you the next webinar in our webinar series on 'The TACs Value-Based Health Care Journey - outcomes that matter in road trauma.'  

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) in Victoria has been a leader in road safety for decades. Innovative and often provoking public health responses have driven down numbers of lives lost and contributed to world-leading trauma care. Join the TAC as they share their journey to VBHC, where they are heading to, and the lessons learned along the way. 


Olivia Pantelidis - Senior Manager Value-Based Health Care, Transport Accident Commission

Olivia is the Senior Manager – Value-Based Health Care at the Transport Accident Commission in Victoria. In this and her previous roles she has led the strategic direction towards value-based health care and Olivia currently leads the team who will deliver the first program of work in VBHC focused on delivering better outcomes for the Victorian community.

Throughout Olivia’s career she has focused on roles in healthcare management and leadership. Olivia is known as a strategic leader who is committed to improving health care by creating integrated systems that minimise fragmentation and focus on the delivery of safe and equitable care. She is experienced in shifting cultures and has a balanced approach between systems thinking and practical outcomes within complex environments. Her academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Public Health and she is preparing for the commencement of her MBA.

Liz Cairns - Head of Strategy, Sectors and Research, Transport Accident Commission

Before moving to Australia Liz spent many years working for NZ's Accident Compensation Corporation and also in community disability and aged care services. In 2012, she took up a role in Sydney with PwC's Health and Disability Advisory practice where she worked on a number of projects, mainly focused on the introduction of the NDIS. Later that year Liz relocated to Geelong to become the manager of the inaugural Victorian NDIS trial site, and in 2014, became the General Manager of Operations for the NDIA, before joining TAC in 2016 as Head of the Independence Division.

Liz was seconded to the Victorian Government’s Covid response in 2020 where she led the response for the non-Government vulnerable housing sector.  She took up the TAC strategy role on her return in Nov 2020. Liz holds an undergraduate degree in Social Work, a post Graduate Diploma in Case Management, and a Masters in Management (Personal Injury) and is a Personal Injury Education Foundation Board member.

Lidia Stojanovski is the Senior Project Manager, Value Based Health Care, Transport Accident Commission.

Lidia has over 20 years’ experience working clinically as a Registered Nurse, and in operational and strategic leadership roles across Public Health, Injury Management and Compensation schemes.

Lidia is passionate about improving the health literacy of healthcare consumers and implementing improvements in health models of care and service delivery to improve the healthcare outcomes of the community.

Lidia holds a Bachelor of Nursing degree from the Australian Catholic University and a Post Graduate Certificate in Critical Care Nursing from RMIT University.