AGM & CEO Workshop
21 March 2018 - Sydney
Meeting Code HRT1802
Each organisational member of The Health Roundtable appoints a Personal Member to the Roundtable. This is usually the Chief Executive or a senior executive from the management team. Personal Members meet formally once a year to review trends and progress across Australia and New Zealand and to plan activities. This input is crucial to focus The Roundtable services on members priorities.
In 2018, the Chief Executive Collaborative Event & AGM will be on 21-22 March in Sydney. The formalities of the AGM are brief and the main focus of the day is the CEO workshop. The Roundtable sponsors world class leaders in healthcare to shine a light on emerging trends and improvement solutions.
2018 Special Guest Speaker Roy Lilley
Roy Lilley is a health policy analyst, writer, broadcaster and commentator on the National Health Service and social issues. Twice voted top speaker on NHS topics he is listed in the Debretts most influential people in healthcare. Roy is the Founder of the Academy of Fabulous NHS Stuff https://fabnhsstuff.net/ a repository which has become a social movement and is seen as the change platform for the NHS and Social Care.
Personal Members are encouraged to attend with their liaison representative responsible for coordinating Roundtable engagement. The workshop also provides a valuable networking opportunity for senior executives.
All Roundtable Client Relationship Managers are in attendance and are available for 'one-on-one' discussions about key findings from your data. They will also highlight the key learnings from Roundtable meetings to help you improve patient care and organisational performance.
In addition to the annual onsite briefing, personal visits by senior Health Roundtable staff can also be provided at a small daily fee covering travel and professional time. This enables you to involve more staff from your health service in patient-care improvement activities and increase the networking with "exemplar" sites across Australia and New Zealand.