The future of health: self-care, portals, mHealth, wearables and more
State Insurance Tower
1 Willis Street
Great opportunities exist for improving healthcare through innovations such as consumer portals, mobile applications, wearable devices and analytics.
However, while such innovations offer great promise, arguably healthcare innovation has evolved slowly in comparison with other sectors. The healthcare industry is also subject to strict rules and regulations affecting models of care and business ownership. Will New Zealand's healthcare regulation be able to keep up with innovative technology, or will technological disruption find its own way through while still protecting patients?
Appearing courtesy of ITP and hosted by Buddle Findlay, Dr Jane Allison will share her insights on the trends and opportunities for improving health care through wearables, consumer portals and mobile applications and some of the challenges the health sector faces or may face in response to these innovations.
About the Speaker
Jane Allison (PhD) has management and consulting experience in government and the private sector in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. She has implemented clinical information systems from the perspectives of a vendor and Chief Information Officer. Her PhD explored the mix of regulatory and organisational policies important for health service innovation.
Registration: 4.15 pm
Presentation: 4.30 pm
Networking: 5.30 pm
Refreshments will be provided
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Please note that this session may be video or audio recorded for viewing by other members at a later date. As it is possible that audience members may be incidentally recorded, please let us know if you specifically want to be excluded and we will ensure you are not shown.