Change Healthcare are excited to be back at eHealth expo for the third year running.
A key event in the digital healthcare calendar, eHealth’s annual expo showcases some of the latest and greatest in digital healthcare innovation. It’s a one-day event held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on June 7, and in an action-packed, full-on day, it brings together professionals from across the healthcare spectrum to learn about what’s new in digital healthcare.
Last year, the program covered topics from eHealth for rural communities, to the efficient use of resources through new systems and technology advancement. This year is shaping up to be even more exciting. A comprehensive program of speakers and presentations for 2018 is in development and will be released in the coming months.
It’s also a fantastic opportunity to meet and greet people from all across the healthcare industry, and it’s why Change Healthcare are delighted to be back for the third year running as a Platinum Sponsor. With our range of software, analytics, network solutions and technology-enabled services, this is an important event for us.
“We are delighted to be supporting the great work being done by Queensland Health in the digital healthcare sector by returning for a third year as Platinum sponsors,” said Kimber Rothwell, Territory Vice President, Sales for Change Healthcare Asia Pacific.
Dr Richard Ashby, Queensland Health’s Chief Information Officer and Chief Executive of eHealth Queensland, welcomed Change Healthcare back and says the expo will celebrate exciting possibilities for advancing healthcare.
“Change Healthcare returning as Platinum Sponsor for a third year is a clear indication of the success of eHealth Expo in fostering collaboration to advance healthcare through digital innovation. We look forward to again working with Change Healthcare to deliver another exciting and successful event.
“The expo allows us to get together with clinicians, healthcare professionals, partners, industry and academia to talk about what has been achieved in digital healthcare in Queensland and to talk about our exciting future.
“Advanced analytics, big data, genomics and further developments on the ieMR will help to make huge improvements in the quality of patient care.”
Visit the expo website for more information on this upcoming event.