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NON PRESENTERS ONLY - Health Roundtable Innovation Awards 19 & 20 November 2015




     

Dates
Thursday, 19 November 2015 - Friday, 20 November 2015

Meeting Code
HRT1520B

Location
Arial Centre UTS
235 Jones St
Ultimo, Sydney
NSW


Would you like more information?
Kate Tynan
[email protected]


Final program click here 


In November 2015, we will again bring together the “best of the best” from across all Health Roundtable members to provide a clearinghouse of innovative ideas at our 4th Annual innovations workshops. Learn innovative practices from across Australia and New Zealand, and pick up new ideas to solve key problems in your health service! Click here for more information

For a sample of some of the 170  innovation submissions that will be presented at the workshop   Click here

Register here ONLY if you are NOT presenting an innovation. Please select ONE workshop for each time slot there are 4 in all.   Each workshop is  $50 each so a max of $200 for both days per person. If your invoice exceeds this you have selected one or more concurrent workshops.  For help with registration please call the office +61 2 8041 1421   


Day 1 - Thursday 19th November  2015

9:00 -10:30am

Plenary Keynote:  Taking Action on Non-Communicable Diseases
Dr Sandro Demaio, Co-Founder of NCDFREE

10:30-11:00am

MORNING BREAK

Stream 1.
Improving Patient Centred Care

Stream 2.
Improving Operational Performance

Stream 3.
Meeting Clinical Performance Targets

Stream 4.
Driving Improvements with Roundtable Reports

Concurrent Sessions

11:00-12:15pm

Concurrent Sessions

1a  Partnering with consumers to improve patient care

2a  Improving non clinical services 

3a  Reducing clinical variation

4a  Using financial & ABF reports

12.15-12.45

Take this opportunity to get ideas from other sessions 

12.45-1.45pm

LUNCH

Concurrent Sessions

1.45-3.00pm

1b  Improving the continuum of care

2b Improving Counting, Coding and Costing

3b  Reducing unplanned admissions

4b  Using inpatient briefing reports

3.30-3.30pm

Take this opportunity to get ideas from other sessions 

3.30-4.00pm

AFTERNOON BREAK

4.00-5.00pm

Plenary Keynote: The Journey to a High-Performance Organisation
Dr Raj Behal,  Chief Quality Officer and Associate Dean, Stanford University Hospital

5.00- 6.00pm

WELCOME RECEPTION & PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING

Day 2 - Friday 20th November 2015

 

Stream 1.
Improving Patient Centred Care

Stream 2.
Improving Operational Performance

Stream 3.
Meeting Clinical Performance Targets

Stream 4.
Driving Improvements with Roundtable Reports

Concurrent Sessions

8:30 – 9.45am

1c Improving patient choice: Alternatives to acute hospital care

2c Developing a high performing workforce

3c Improving patient safety 

4c  Using patient safety reports

9.45-10.00

Take this opportunity to get ideas from other sessions 

10:00 – 10.30

MORNING BREAK

Concurrent Sessions

10.30 – 12.00

1d Improving self-care

2d Improving service efficiency at ‘bottlenecks’

3d Driving Improvements with Government targets

4d  Using patient journey reports

12.00 – 1.00pm

LUNCH and viewing of winning posters from each session

1.00 - 2.00pm

Session Highlights and Award Presentations 

2.00 pm

CLOSE WORKSHOP


 

Accommodation & Flight Arrangements

Delegates are responsible for making their own accommodation and travel/flight arrangements.

Hotel Rates

Mercure Sydney, 818-820 George Street, Ultimo – Rate of $249.00 &$25.00 Breakfast for a standard room

Quote: HEALTH1115. Booking can be made via (02) 9217 6666 or [email protected]

 

Novotel Sydney Central, 169-179 Thomas St, Sydney - Rate of $269.00 & $25.00 Breakfast for a standard room

Quote: CHAP1115. Bookings can be made via 02 9281 6888 or [email protected]

 

Rydges Central, 28 Albion Street, Surry Hills - 10% off best available rate, follow the link below:

http://www.rydges.com/customised-web-page/health-roundtable/

 

Please note, rates are subject to availability. Rates will be available up to 30 days before date of arrival and are subject to availability.