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AI in Health Readiness Forum

Practical applications of AI in clinical care

25 October 2023 | Ivy Sunroom, Sydney

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The AI in Health Readiness Forum is a highly specialised event designed to explore the important considerations around AI adoption in healthcare and weigh the readiness in different contexts and clinical settings.

We already have AI being used within healthcare, but how ready are our health systems?

Through a case study and discussion-led agenda, this one-day summit will explore the importance of getting some of the basics right and understanding the “tools in the kit” before embarking on your journey with AI.

Bringing together key stakeholders involved in the safe and responsible use of AI in the field: Clinicians, CMOs, Digital Health Leaders, Clinical Governance Leaders, and Health Service Leaders. Medical and Clinical Directors, Directors of Patient Safety, Innovation Managers, CEOs, CIOs, Chief Innovation Officers, Chief Digital Officers, Federal & State government departments and agencies, Tech and Pharma companies, as well as Allied health.

This 1 Day event will explore the readiness of the workforce, health services, and workflows. What are the applications for AI in health which are ready? How is it being used effectively and what have been the learnings which can be translated across other areas of health and medicine?

Topics to be addressed:

  • Real-life application of AI within Clinical Settings
  • Good clinical governance: why this is critical when deploying an AI algorithm?
  • The regulatory approach to AI
  • Who’s to blame when it goes wrong? Assisted decision making
  • Prepping your roadmap: get the basics built to eventually support AI
  • How do you ensure you have the right tools in your “kit”?
  • Skills and workforce considerations for AI readiness: developing in-house capabilities
  • Safe and Responsible Use of AI in Health
  • Case Studies
  • Ensuring the data is fit for purpose & the importance of clean data to feed into the AI
  • Decision support and how you measure and calculate
  • Privacy and data protection
  • Best use cases and where is it not the right tool for the job?
  • Standards of practice in relation to deployment – where is the evidence at scale?
  • Overcoming the challenge of implementing and scaling the use of AI
  • Learnings from successes, challenges, and learnings from failures, future directions


Associate Professor Tam C. Nguyen

Deputy Director Research, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, IC, H3Healthcare

Dr Kean Kuan

Chief Medical Officer, Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine

Phil O’Sullivan

Partner, Allens

Mazeta Coelho Hamilton

Manager, Health Service Research, Analysis & Modelling Unit, Queensland Government

Jacky Hung

REDCap Application Manager, Queensland Health, Office of Research and Innovation

Dana Mouwad

Manager Strategic Partnership & Programs / Director of the Health Literacy Hub, Western Sydney LHD

Nathan Moore

General Manager, Learnsuite Health, Frameless Interactive

Professor Ian Scott

Director of Internal Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology, Princess Alexandra Hospital

Mitchell Burger

Director of Strategy, Architecture, Innovation, and Research, Sydney LHD

Professor Farah Magrabi

Professor of Biomedical and Health Informatics, Australian Institute of Health Innovation

Dr Anthony Porter

Specialist Plastic Surgeon, Adelaide Plastic Surgery, Visiting Research Fellow, AIML, Royal Adelaide Hospital

Dr Michelle Barakat-Johnson

Skin Integrity Lead, Sydney Local Health District

Dr Emily Kirkpatrick

Executive Medical Director, Calvary Amplar Health Joint Venture

Todd Tobin

Clinical Design Lead, Calvary Care

Dr Andrew Hallahan

Executive Director Medical Services, Clinical Governance & Risk, Sydney Local Health District

Val Theisz

Medical Devices – Regulatory & Quality Consultant, Market Access

Professor Steve Robson

President, Australian Medical Association

Angie Corbo

Global Informatics Innovation Lead, Roche

Soraya Selinger

Strategic Initiatives Manager, Standards Australia

Bryan Macdonald

Principal Consultant, BM Digital Health Consulting

Marc Pelusi

Director Service Delivery, End User Computing, Web and Application Development, Sydney Local Health District

Dr Kim Sutherland

Director, Evidence, Agency for Clinical Innovation

Senior Representative, Microsoft

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when & where

25 Oct 2023

Ivy Sunroom, Sydney
330 George St
Sydney NSW 2000


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Katrina Bowns
Senior Conference Producer
02 9080 4322

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Senior Business Development Manager
02 9080 4318

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