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Listen to the national webcast on digital health - then have your say!
- Created on Monday, 21 November 2016
More than 650 online viewers tuned it to a national webcast hosted by the Australian Digital Health Agency as part of a national consultation on digital health.
Featuring CEO Mr Tim Kelsey, Chief Medical Adviser Clinical Professor Meredith Makeham, Executive General Manager, Clinical and Consumer Engagement Dr Monica Trujillo, and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Junior Doctor and Agency Clinical Reference Lead Dr Martin Seneviratne, discussion focused on how putting data and technology safely to work for patients, consumers and the healthcare professionals who look after them can help Australians live healthier, happier and more productive lives.
The Australian Digital Health Agency wants to hear from you. Whether you're a patient, a member of the public, a healthcare provider, scientist or researcher, entrepreneur or technology innovator. Have your say - what do you want from a modern healthcare system?
Complete the survey at website: conversation.digitalhealth.gov.au.
The survey is open until Tuesday 31 January 2017 at 5pm AEDST. Submissions are also welcome by emailing [email protected]
On Twitter? Use the hashtag #YourhealthYoursay and share your stories.
Media contact: Alison Sweeney, Senior Communications and Media Officer, 02 8298 2669 / 0414 187 350 [email protected]
About the Australian Digital Health Agency
The Australian Digital Health Agency commenced operations on 1 July 2016 and is tasked with improving health outcomes for Australians through the delivery of digital health services and systems.
Established as a statutory authority in the form of a corporate Commonwealth entity, the Agency reports to State and Territory Health Ministers through the COAG Health Council.