PANEL | Prepping your roadmap: building the basis to transform care

25 Oct 2023Healthcare
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PANEL | Prepping your roadmap: building the basis to transform care

PANEL | Prepping your roadmap: building the basis to transform care

25 Oct 2023Healthcare
About the speakers
  • Soraya Selinger
    Soraya Selinger
    Strategic Initiatives Manager at Standards Australia
    Soraya is a multi-disciplinary technology and media executive with a focus on management, strategy and business development. Currently Strategic Initiatives manager, and the critical and emerging technologies lead at Standards Australia focusing on AI, cybersecurity, 5G, blockchain, IoT and smart cities.
  • Dr Anthony Porter
    Dr Anthony Porter
    Specialist Plastic Surgeon at Adelaide Plastic Surgery
    After graduating MB BS with Honours, Dr Porter was awarded a PhD at Flinders University studying the neurophysiology of the human intestine and spent another year at the Child Health Research Institute and starting a project exploring the cell and molecular biology of craniosynostosis. He has spent over twenty years practising as a plastic surgeon and managing director in public and private hospitals. He re-entered academic research eighteen months ago to bridge the gap between machine learning engineers and the medical profession. He is interested in reducing Emergency Department and Hospital overcrowding and is studying for a Graduate Diploma in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at the University of Adelaide.
  • Todd Tobin
    Todd Tobin
    Clinical Design Lead at Calvary Care
    With an unwavering commitment spanning over three decades in the healthcare sector, this distinguished professional has consistently propelled the industry forward through transformative initiatives and a relentless pursuit of innovation. Since July 2022, they have embraced the role of Clinical Design Lead in Virtual Care within the Calvary/Medibank Joint Venture, where they are instrumental in shaping the future of healthcare service delivery. In their current capacity, they distinguish themselves as a visionary leader, at the helm of complex, high-priority programs. Their exceptional talent lies in orchestrating the development and execution of core service design and process outcomes, expertly managing both internal and external stakeholders to seamlessly integrate operations within the Calvary/Medibank Joint Venture. They possess a remarkable ability to craft services, policies, and procedures that elevate the delivery of healthcare, all while fostering collaboration across all stakeholder levels. Their analytical prowess shines brightly as they conduct meticulous analyses, resulting in finely-tuned recommendations and opportunities for continuous improvement, operational excellence, and scalable solutions. Their steadfast commitment to data-driven decision-making serves as a linchpin in the successful implementation of transformative programs. Among their recent triumphs are pioneering AI technology in service development, reimagining healthcare services like My Home Hospital in Adelaide, and revolutionizing out-of-hospital care for older adults. Furthermore, their profound expertise in remote patient monitoring has significantly contributed to the evolution of virtual care. Their illustrious career also encompasses a pivotal role as an Integrated Care Program Manager and Change Lead at Hunter New England Local Health District, where they orchestrated the implementation of transformative NSW Health Integrated Care Programs, offering invaluable guidance and support to clinical teams. Their professional journey stands as a testament to their unwavering commitment to enhancing healthcare services, integrating care seamlessly, and optimizing processes. Their academic achievements, including a Master's in Applied Management (Public Health) in 2007 and a Bachelor of Nursing in 1997 from the University of Newcastle, underscore their exceptional expertise. Their exceptional contributions have garnered prestigious awards, including the HNE Health Quality Awards and NSW Health Awards, in recognition of their groundbreaking collaborative care initiatives. Their journey epitomizes an indomitable dedication to advancing healthcare and leaving an enduring imprint on the field.

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