How digital will define NZ health: removing friction for improved patient experience

Healthcare leaders in New Zealand are invited to join this virtual roundtable on ‘How digital will define NZ health: removing friction for improved patient experience’. It is a great opportunity to see how technology is shaping the way New Zealanders ‘live well, stay well, and get well’. 

The session will explore best practices from leading organisations on enabling virtual patient engagements and empowering a remote workforce. Participants will examine available tools that can help provide support across different digital channels, improve security services, and mitigate risk.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between attendees in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a certain number of guests per event.

How digital will define NZ health: removing friction for improved patient experience

Digital innovation has played a critical role in building resilience in the global healthcare industry. Hospitals and pharmaceutical companies alike have turned to technology to enable virtual patient engagements and allow a globally dispersed workforce to do their jobs remotely now more than ever. But there is more work to be done, especially in New Zealand where the already stretched health system now needs a long-overdue digital tech injection.

Whether organisations are working on groundbreaking scientific discoveries to develop life-saving vaccines and therapies, increasing agility in medical supply chains, or protecting workers and patients, they need to accelerate and scale the adoption of digital technologies. These include telehealth, remote patient monitoring, and the use of digital channels to measure, assess, and monitor health status.

  • How can healthcare leaders overcome the challenges of securing critical systems and PHI data while enabling employee productivity?
  • How can organisations create an exceptional experience for their employees and patients built around secure, scalable, cloud-first solutions?
  • What must companies do to support the easy integration and sharing of information, providing access to accurate health data?

Job titles include CIOs, Directors, VPs, and Heads of Infrastructure and Applications, and other senior decision makers responsible for Healthcare in New Zealand.

10:30 am: Ortus Master of Ceremonies to make introductions
10:35 am: Short Introduction from Unisys
10:45 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
11:45 am: End of session

Hosted by Unisys

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Leon Sayers - moderator

LEON SAYERS

Director Advisory, APAC | Unisys

Leading the APAC Advisory practice at Unisys, specialising in Digital Transformation, Hybrid/Multi Cloud, Digital Workspace, ITSM, Operational Intelligence, Application Modernisation and Automation.

I leverage my strengths and experience gathered over more than 20 years in ICT. My particular area of focus is helping organisations in their transformation journey, by turning strategy into reality.

As the Lead Management Consultant in the development of Digital Transformation projects, I have developed deep, first-hand insight into how organisations can leverage technology to achieve improved efficiencies, employee cultural change, enhanced productivity and performance.

Greg Thomas - speaker

GREG THOMAS

Solution Executive, APAC | Unisys

Greg Thomas is a solution executive at Unisys Asia Pacific based in Wellington, New Zealand. He is a successful professional with more than 30 years’ experience in the IT industry covering various facets including operations, system administration, architecture, software design/development and presales across a variety of technologies.

Greg is a customer advocate focusing on the outcomes customers require, rather than just the technology or services that enable it. He is a solutions-driven communicator and team lead with extensive experience in communicating complex customer challenges, with an ability to see simplicity beyond the inherent complexity. Greg’s mission it to design and promote cost-effective solutions that support both the current and future environment to address these challenges.

Greg is passionate in promoting automation to address day-to-day operational challenges and improve the reliability and consistency of service to end users.

Event Detail

November 11, 2021 10:30
NZST
Virtual
New Zealand

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