Tasmanian Health Conference 4 August: Register now

There's no denying we have well and truly entered the digital health age with everything from mobile apps, eReferrals, telehealth and shared electronic health records. 

However, technological advances aren’t the only thing distinguishing our future health and social care system from that of the past. New ways of working – involving better coordination, collaboration, communication, and engagement – have emerged. 

Come along to the 2018 Tasmanian Health Conference - to be held in Hobart on Saturday 4 August -  to discuss the future of health and social care in this state.  

The conference is for health professionals, consumers, community organisations, policy makers  - anyone with an interest in Tasmania's health and social care systems.

Registration ranges in cost from $80 for students and $99 for consumers to $175 for full registration.

Keynote speaker Daniel Sih from Spacemakers will discuss the opportunities and challenges associated with navigating the complexities of work in the digital age; a theme continued in a panel discussion facilitated by Penny Terry from Healthy Tasmania.

More information on the conference website here

This conference has been organised by a large network of Tasmanian health organisations, including the Australian Medical Association and Primary Health Tasmania.

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