PANEL | Addressing Health Workforce challenges in the Digital Age: Deeper dive on Artificial Intelligence

14 Nov 2023Healthcare
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PANEL | Addressing Health Workforce challenges in the Digital Age: Deeper dive on Artificial Intelligence

PANEL | Addressing Health Workforce challenges in the Digital Age: Deeper dive on Artificial Intelligence

14 Nov 2023Healthcare
About the speakers
  • Alison Choy Flanagan
    Alison Choy Flanagan
    Partner & Leader, Health & Community at Hall and Wilcox
    Alison Choy Flannigan is a partner with National law firm Hall & Wilcox. With over 25 years of corporate, commercial and regulatory experience, Alison has specialised in advising clients in the health, aged care, disability, life sciences and community sectors. This has included advising clients on medical defence claims, disciplinary proceedings, coronial inquests and Royal Commissions. Alison leads the firm's Health & Community industry group. Her clients include public and private hospital operators and health care providers, private health insurers, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and aged care/retirement living, NDIS and not-for-profit and government clients. Alison was previously General Counsel for Ramsay Health Care Limited.
  • Lee Martin
    Lee Martin
    Chief Executive Officer at Tanunda Lutheran Home
    Chief Executive Officer / Director of Care of Tanunda Lutheran Home Lee Martin was appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer / Director of Nursing at Tanunda Lutheran Home in October 2014. He has overall responsibility for: General and clinical services of the aged care facility The management and development of their Retirement Villages within the Barossa Region. Fostering change to optimise performance. Lee began his career as a motor mechanic prior to completing his Enrolled Nurse and Registered Nurse training at Port Pirie Hospital, followed by Psychiatric training at the Hillcrest Hospital in Adelaide. He joined the Army as a military nurse in 1982 and resigned his involvement after 33 years at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He has completed a degree in Health Science, a Graduate Certificate of Social Science and various management courses. Lee has spent more than 20 years serving as Executive Officer, General Manager, Director of Nursing or Senior Health Officer in some very large health and aged care establishments in four states of Australia. He is currently the SA/NT Director on the ACCPA Board and participates on the ACCPA Member Advisory Committee. On a local level is a Member of the Barossa & Districts Health Advisory Council. Lee has completed an Australian Institute Company Director Course.
  • Mark Nevin
    Mark Nevin
    Chief Executive Officer at Australasian Institute of Digital Health
    Mark has held several executive positions in international peak membership bodies overseeing policy, strategy, government affairs and health workforce. He has wide ranging experience of governance, policy development and the implementation of strategy. His qualifications include a BSc Economics, MSc in European Politics and Governance, certificates in leadership and the AICD company director’s course. He also became a Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH) in 2020 in recognition of his work on telehealth and artificial intelligence. Mark is currently serving as interim CEO of AIDH, working towards healthier lives, digitally enabled. Prior to leading AIDH, Mark worked as a consultant to governments on health policy, digital health and system-wide reforms. Mark was also interim CEO at The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) from 2021 to 2022. Before taking on that role, he oversaw the Faculties of Clinical Radiology and Radiation Oncology and led RANZCR’s policy and advocacy work for six years. Prior to moving to Australia, Mark headed up policy and strategy for the optometry sector in the UK, Republic of Ireland and the European Union. Mark’s interest and expertise in health stems from 10 years delivering front line care as an optometrist in the UK and Ireland. Mark also has extensive governance experience, serving on numerous national and international committees covering health policy, programs and standards, including four years as a board member of the European Council of Optometry and Optics.

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