Change Healthcare unveiled as Platinum Sponsor of new digital healthcare event being launched in Brisbane in May.
Sydney. 12 April 2016.
Health professionals are being presented with one of the biggest “digital healthcare” events in Australasia next month, and Change Healthcare is playing a key role in driving the forum as platinum sponsor.
The inaugural eHealth Queensland Expo, being held in Brisbane promises to be the key event in the digital healthcare calendar, showcasing some of the latest and greatest in digital healthcare.
“Technology is already delivering benefits for the efficient management and delivery of healthcare. This event is about showcasing what works, while gaining insight into the future of healthcare delivery and the benefits that further investment in technology can provide.” says Kimber Rothwell, Director of Sales & Marketing for Change Healthcare Australia New Zealand, a technology company with expertise in optimising healthcare organisations.
The event has attracted over 800 registrations to date and promises even more in attendance.
Sponsors of the event, including Change Healthcare Australia New Zealand, are looking forward to showcasing their offerings to industry professionals.
“eHealth Queensland is overwhelmed with the level of interest in the inaugural eHealth Queensland Expo. The event wouldn’t be possible without the support of our sponsors,” states Cathy Ford, Acting Chief Executive of eHealth Queensland.
“This sort of event is crucial to the advancement of the health industry as people from all areas of healthcare can get together, share ideas and discuss how the industry can respond to the growing importance of technology in the delivery of quality, safe and efficient healthcare,” says Mr Rothwell.
About eHealth Queensland
eHealth Queensland was established in response to the growing importance of technology in the delivery of quality, safe and efficient healthcare.
eHealth Queensland is a fundamental support agency for the delivery of health services to the community, supporting the ICT needs of the state’s 16 Hospital and Health Services (HHSs) and the Department of Health.
eHealth is about enabling greater access to information, anywhere, anytime – working towards a fully integrated healthcare system, where staff can easily access patient information, where and when they need it.