Presentation

Redeveloping Epworth Richmond in a Live Hospital Environment

Redeveloping Epworth Richmond in a Live Hospital Environment

In this presentation from Australian Healthcare Week 2018 Nicole Waldron, Executive Director at Epworth Healthcare explores;

  • Epworth Richmond’s master planning process and next stages
  • Strategies to effectively manage a major redevelopment while operating a full capacity business in a residential zone
  • Overcoming complexities in stakeholder engagement and day-to-day change management
  • Technology integration projects and insight into their operating theatre expansion
  • Improving point of care through patient flow manager solutions
Examing the Operational, Commissioning and Change Management Challenges of the New Bendigo Hospital in the PPP Context

Examing the Operational, Commissioning and Change Management Challenges of the New Bendigo Hospital in the PPP Context

In this presentation from Australian Healthcare Week 2018 Peter Faulkner Chief Executive Officer, Bendigo Health and Executive Director Bendigo Hospital Project at Bendigo Hospital explores;

  • The new Bendigo Hospital development
  • Overcoming challenges around commissioning a complex digital environment with particular challenges around preparing and upskilling the workforce
  • Whole of life procurement in the PPP context – communicating effectively with the private partner and challenges around procuring and delivering the project on time and on budget
  • Change management activities and mechanisms were put in place, including change champions, help portals, extensive training programs and tool kits
Sunshine Coast University Hospital PPP Project – Delivering a Tertiary Teaching Hospital as an Integrated Network of Accessible Healthcare

Sunshine Coast University Hospital PPP Project – Delivering a Tertiary Teaching Hospital as an Integrated Network of Accessible Healthcare

In this presentation from Australian Healthcare Week 2018 Scott Lisle, Executive Director Sunshine Coast University Hospital Program at Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service explores;

  • Extensive commissioning process, in particular their emphasis on effective workforce and operational planning
  • The importance of extensively engaging and assessing clinicians throughout the design and development process
  • Change management approach to enable one of Australia’s smoothest commissioning hospital projects to date
  • Lessons learnt from the SCUH PPP which, by the sheer size and speed of the build, brought with it many grey areas and conflicting interests
Learn How Change Management, Benefits Realisation and Procurement Strategies Enabled RCH’s Big Bang Approach

Learn How Change Management, Benefits Realisation and Procurement Strategies Enabled RCH’s Big Bang Approach

In this presentation from Australian Healthcare Week 2018 and the Digital Health Summit 2018 Adrian Hutchinson, Chief Nursing and Allied Health Information Officer at The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne explores;

  • Extensive research and risk management before going live enables effective procurement processes
  • Insight into change management strategies, financial benefits and benefits realisation in EMR
  • Using mobility solutions and device integration as an avenue for improving the monitoring and accessibility of information throughout the implementation process and thereafter
Alfred Health’s EMR Portal and Their Implementation Journey

Alfred Health’s EMR Portal and Their Implementation Journey

In this presentation from Australian Healthcare Week 2018 Gordon Bingham Chief Nursing Information Officer at Alfred Healt explores;

  • Alfred Health’s digital transformation journey
  • The benefits of initiating a patient portal and giving patients and their families greater access to health information
  • Lessons learnt to date throughout Alfred Health’s EMR journey 
Digital Roll-Out Strategy – Insight into Australia’s First Large-Scale Digital Revolution

Digital Roll-Out Strategy – Insight into Australia’s First Large-Scale Digital Revolution

In this presentation from Australian Healthcare Week 2018 Michael Draheim Chief Information Officer at Metro South Health explores;

  • The significance of a well structured, well thought out pre-implementation process
  • Increasing stakeholder and clinical engagement throughout the design and implementation process to ensure the project remained patient and staff centred – an essential aspect of this transition
  • Delivering real time information at point of care and insight into how staff and patients are adjusting to this new system
  • Implementation challenges, including the challenge of training almost 5,600 staff in 10 weeks with 94% proficiency and commissioning and testing more than 3,000 separate devices