The future of decision-making (in healthcare and broader contexts) relies on making data usable to support the best choices. An important consideration for the future of our healthcare is that this data has to reflect the population it is being used on.
A shift towards a patient-centric healthcare system measured by 'value-add' rather than cost was a major theme of Plenary 3. Speakers Leanne Wells, CEO of Consumer Health Forum of Australia, Sue Williams from Cabrini Health Australia and Dr Jananie William, Senior Lecturer in Actuarial Studies at ANU, each discussed these issues in ‘the near future of healthcare’.
Plenary 4 focused on potential pathways to create a sustainable future of healthcare in Australia, with insights Tony Coleman (Macquarie University), Natalie Kelly (Medibank) and Hon John Hill Private Health Australia). The audience were polled for their views at the end of the Plenary - read on for a snapshot of the results.
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