A CONFERENCE exploring how the community care sector can embrace the inevitable changes brought about by technology, disruption and innovation will be staged at QUT’s Gardens Point campus in Brisbane on June 6.
The Community Care Business Transformation and Innovation Conference will present an exciting array of national and international speakers, including prominent British academic Dr Malcolm Fisk and Australia’s most popular scientist, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki.
Conference Co-convener Anne Livingstone, of Global Community Resourcing, said the one-day event would bring together eight pioneers from the fields of community care, government policy, business, assistive technologies and offsite information systems delivery.
Ms Livingstone said the conference was ideal for community business decision makers such as senior executives, business entrepreneurs and leaders, and representatives from government agencies.
“The conference is designed to expand the sector’s thinking regarding the way that technology and disruption can uniquely advance outcomes for the future,” Ms Livingstone said.
“The focus is to engage community sector organisations in thinking of new ways, new technologies and new innovations that will enable them to deliver even better results for our community.”
The program will see academics, entrepreneurs, scientists and senior executives address topics such as: innovative workforces of the future; better remote services through technology/ innovation; building humans and technology; and digital disruption –presented by Uber’s Jason Triolo.
Dr Fisk, who is also director of the Telehealth Care Quality Group, will discuss quality and ethics in his presentation Future and Beyond, while Dr Kruszelnicki will speak about improving your life, one digital step at a time.
To learn more about the upcoming conference or to register, visit www.ccbtic.com.au.
Event: The Community Care Business Transformation and Innovation Conference
Date: Tuesday, June 6
Location: Room Three Sixty, QUT Gardens Point campus, Brisbane
Time: 9am to 4.30pm
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