The Future of Telehealth

Fri, Oct 9, 2020, 7:30 AM (ACDT)

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Digital and communication technologies continue to revolutionise the delivery of healthcare services and accelerate the ability to personalise care delivery. Telehealth is set to change the future of healthcare and remove many of the obstacles and challenges that the industry and patients currently face - some predict a direct entry from big tech sooner rather than later.

Hear from industry and digital health thought leaders, sharing their insights on where this is all heading and the impact on ageing including:

Julianne Parkinson - CEO at the Global Centre for Modern Ageing
The Future of Telehealth: refining the blend, key insights from an expansive study into Australia's response to COVID-19.

Terry Sweeney - Digital Health CEO, Founder, Board Member, Speaker, Former NHS, Washed Up Athlete
Outlook: The Global Digital Health Landscape; key trends and opportunities.

David Eglin - Sales Leader, Google
Google's focus on the Healthcare sector driven by the rapid need to better enable a wider range of users with secure, flexible, and affordable technology

Plus hear from Telehealth entrepreneurs from within the Aging2.0 Network!

Please note this is a hybrid event with the option to attend in-person or through zoom. Tickets are limited so please book yours and join us for a light breakfast at Stone & Chalk in Lot Fourteen or online via Zoom.

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Friday, Oct 9
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM (ACDT)


Stone & Chalk
Allied Health Building, Lot Fourteen, North Terrace Adelaide5000

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