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Innovate Health 2021

Remote monitoring and digital innovations enabling home as the centre of care

8-9 November 2021 | Rydges Melbourne and delivered virtually

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overview

Innovate Health will return in 2021 as an interactive face-to-face event with unique, high energy, content driven networking experiences and a top quality conference agenda. The conference is also available via our virtual event platform.

Innovate Health is about accelerating the growth, uptake and commercialisation of digital health innovations across the health industry in Australia.

For 2021, we’re casting a spotlight on remote monitoring and digital innovations enabling home as the centre of care.

There’s no substitute for face-to-face networking & direct engagement

Innovate Health is an important platform for facilitating collaboration between clinicians and decision makers in the health sector, tech innovators/startups, government, investors and business leaders in the industry (including pharma, health insurers, medtech etc). Moreover, it creates an opportunity to discuss real solutions and technologies which truly meet the needs of clinicians, consumers and benefit the health industry.

Get in the room with the right people and make real connections.

speakers

Scott Thomson

Head of Innovation, Customer Engineering, Google

Dr Vinayak Smith

Adjunct Lecturer, Monash University- Clinical innovation management, Trainee Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Dr Nanda Kumar Sakaleshpura Chandrashekar

Medical Administration Registrar, Royal North Shore Hospital

Rachel Yang

Investment Manager, Giant Leap Fund

Laura Faulconer

Associate Partner, Antler

Kumaran Mani

Businsess Development, Digital Health and Healthcare Innovation Hub Lead - Australia & New Zealand, AstraZeneca

Vassilis Kostakos

Professor of Human-Computer Interaction, The University of Melbourne

Associate Professor Tam C. Nguyen

Deputy Director of Research, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

Janelle Devereux

Executive Director, Health Systems Integration, North Western Melbourne PHN

Bronwyn Le Grice

CEO, MD & Founder, ANDHealth

Dean Freestone

CEO & Founder, Seer Medical

Rajiv Jayasena

Group Leader, Health System Analytics and Victorian Lead, AEHRC CSIRO Health & Biosecurity Business Unit

Associate Professor Marc Budge

Clinical Director, Integrated Care Services and Geriatrician, Bendigo Health; A/Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Monash University

Larissa Briedis

Head of Strategic Policy at Telstra Health

Rachel Lewis

Therapeutic Area Head - Oncology, ANZ Global Clinical Trial Operations, MSD

Dr Terry Sweeney CMG

Chief Executive Officer, Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre

Stephanie Chaousis

Partnerships Manager, Datarwe, Medtech Program Manager, The Queensland AI Hub

Olivia Reeves

Assistant Director, Devices Emerging technology & Diagnostics section, Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)

Maureen Turner

CEO, BioGrid Australia

Gavin Whyte

Chief AI Officer, Public Sector Network

Kirsty Elderton

Principal, Nous Group

Martin Webb

Head of IT, Roche

Kyall Walker

Head of Venturing, Bupa

Deepak Biswal

Founder & CEO, CareMonitor

Dr Vikram Palit

Founder, Consultmed - Digital Referrals

Dr. Peter Brukner OAM

Founder, Defeat Diabetes

Dr. Louise Metcalf

CEO and Founder, Gheorg

Hitesh Mehta

Co-founder and Co-CEO, Nutromics

Laura Simmons

CEO and Founder, Theratrak

Luke Renehan

Founder, VaxApp

Robert Law

Director of Advisory & Insights, Asialink Business

Luke Jericho

CEO - CommBank Health Claim, Commonwealth Bank

Emma Hawkins

General Manager of Service Innovation, Feros Care

agenda

8:50 am

Opening Remarks from the Chair

Associate Professor Tam C. Nguyen, Deputy Director of Research, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

9:00 am

  • Setting up the North Western Melbourne COVID-19 Care Pathway (COVID-19 Care Pathway)
  • How each of these hurdles was overcome, providing real evidence that “if there is a will there is a way.”
  • How we embedded virtual care solutions (telehealth, remote monitoring, digital clinical information platforms) into the program
  • The plan to take new partnerships and lessons learned into the future and pave the way for virtual care in chronic disease management.

9:30 am

KEYNOTE | Innovation & the future of healthcare

Scott Thomson, Head of Innovation, Customer Engineering, Google

10:00 am

  • How do we ensure we build digital health systems which are sustainable and can create value in the long term?
  • How will we pay for this? Will medicare reimbursement codes continue?
  • How can we build a virtual front door to the health system where more patient touchpoints happen in the home?
  • What interventions can be used to keep patients in the home or community and how will this impact the health system as a whole?
  • How can we ensure clinicians and patients alike can use new products such as RPM effectively?
  • What are the barriers to adopting a “home as the centre of care” strategy?

10:45 am

Networking Break

11:15 am

A case study on technology care in the community, supporting safety, independence and connection

11:40 am

FIRESIDE CHAT | Epilepsy diagnostics & a vision for digital health in Australia

Dean Freestone, CEO & Founder, Seer Medical

12:50 pm

Networking Lunch

1:50 pm

  • Lessons learns to date
  • Health service readiness for remote monitoring and other digital health innovations
  • Vendor list

2:15 pm

  • What is SaMD/ medical device software
  • Reforms to medical device software regulation in Australia
  • Is my product regulated?
  • What do I need to do?

2:40 pm

The convergence of remote home health monitoring and Age Tech in advancing models of virtual health care for older adults

Associate Professor Marc Budge, Clinical Director, Integrated Care Services and Geriatrician, Bendigo Health; A/Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Monash University

3:05 pm

Networking Break

3:30 pm

Data security & privacy

Larissa Briedis, Head of Strategic Policy at Telstra Health

4:00 pm

4:45 pm

Networking Drinks & Close Day 1

INDUSTRY CONNECT: A host of content driven networking opportunities and interactive elements.

9:00 am

Welcome from the Chair

Associate Professor Tam C. Nguyen, Deputy Director of Research, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

9:15 am

An opportunity for delegates to ask questions and discuss particular innovations and solutions with experts in a range of areas from user centred design, to AI & Machine Learning, to RPM, remote examination and more. We can offer exhibitors/sponsors the opportunity for one of your team to be an expert in one of these sessions.

Discussing the cutting edge technologies and what they mean for clinicians, patients, support networks, funding models and more.

Roundtable 2: User Centred Design – constraints, the approach, examples for context, steps to incrementally develop & testing with stakeholders

Vassilis Kostakos, Professor of Human-Computer Interaction, The University of Melbourne

Ready to grow your startup or scaleup by taking advantage of opportunities in Asia?

Explore how the market opportunities in Asia are evolving in the post-Covid world. The global pandemic has accelerated innovation and the uptake of digital platforms, disrupted traditional market entry models and reshaped consumer and patient expectations. Robert will give a snapshot of key regional trends, including around digital health and wellness, and outline the essential capabilities needed to assess and enter new markets, forge new partnerships and/or attract Asian investors.

10:00 am

This experience is designed to help “bridge the engagement gap” whereby a group of clinicians each host a roundtable to share their insights on validating the clinical product in the right way, understanding the cycle of care, their own experiences and learnings with digital health and what they are really looking for. This will also be an opportunity to hear top clinician concerns around adoption of remote monitoring and other digital innovations e.g. incentives for adoption, privacy and security etc.

Clinician Roundtable 1

Dr Vinayak Smith, Adjunct Lecturer, Monash University- Clinical innovation management, Trainee Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Clinician Roundtable 2:

Dr Nanda Kumar Sakaleshpura Chandrashekar, Medical Administration Registrar, Royal North Shore Hospital

Clinician Roundtable 3:

Associate Professor Marc Budge, Clinical Director, Integrated Care Services and Geriatrician, Bendigo Health; A/Professor of Geriatric Medicine, Monash University

10:45 am

Networking Break

11:15 am

  • Top digital health companies of 2020-2021
  • Top trends of note including remote monitoring – unpacking the opportunities
  • Worst ideas seen and common pitfalls
  • Most out of the box ideas

12:00 pm

  • How are pharma companies approaching digital innovation?
  • Where are the areas of interest?
  • What are pharma companies doing worldwide in this space?
  • What opportunities exist for partnerships?

12:45 pm

Networking Lunch

1:45 pm

This is a dedicated opportunity for innovators to give a 5 minute pitch to a multidisciplinary judging panel of clinicians, investors, business leaders and mentors before taking 5 minutes’ worth of questions from the panel and audience. It’s a chance for startups to put their company on the radar of the right contacts and for established players and health professionals to identify and partner with innovative teams.

13:50 PitchFest Opening
Kumaran Mani, Business Development, Digital Health and Healthcare Innovation Hub Lead – Australia & New Zealand, AstraZeneca

14:10 Startup Pitches Commence

14:10 Deepak Biswal, Founder & CEO, CareMonitor
14:20 Dr Vikram Palit, Founder, ConsultMed
14:30 Dr. Peter Brukner OAM, Founder, Defeat Diabetes
14:40 Dr. Louise Metcalf, CEO and Founder, Gheorg
14:50 Hitesh Mehta, Co-founder and Co-CEO, Nutromics
15:00 Laura Simmons, CEO and Founder, Theratrak
15:10 Luke Renehan, Founder, VaxApp

Interdisciplinary Panel of Judges:
Kumaran Mani, Business Development, Digital Health and Healthcare Innovation Hub Lead – Australia & New Zealand, AstraZeneca
Bronwyn Le Grice, Founder & CEO, AND Health
Rachel Yang, Investment Manager, Giant Leap Fund
Kyall Walker, Head of Venturing, Bupa
Terry Sweeney, CEO, Digital Health CRC

4:00 pm

End of Event

pricing

Packages Price
Group Premium Pass (Up to 6 people)$6995+GST
Premium Pass$1695+GST
Virtual Pass$900+GST

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The COVID-19 situation is changing daily, and we want you to feel confident about booking onto our events.

  • If you cannot travel due to restrictions, we can provide a credit of your registration fee towards a future Informa conference or a refund will be available up to 5 working days before the event.
    Alternatively, if the event is being delivered virtually, you may move your registration to a virtual pass and invite a colleague to join the virtual event experience.
  • If Informa Connect reschedules the event, we will roll over your booking to the new dates.

PitchFest

 

PitchFest Sponsor

PitchFest @ Innovate Health is a dedicated opportunity for innovators to give a 5 minute pitch to a multidisciplinary judging panel of clinicians, investors, business leaders and mentors before taking 5 minutes’ worth of questions from the panel and audience. It’s a chance for startups to put their company on the radar of the right contacts and for established players and health professionals to identify and partner with innovative teams.

For startups this is a unique opportunity to pitch to a potential first customer, investor, clinician/frontline provider, and future commercialization partner.

PitchFest Opening

Kumaran Mani, Business Development, Digital Health and Healthcare Innovation Hub Lead – Australia & New Zealand, AstraZeneca

Interdisciplinary Panel of Judges:


Bronwyn Le Grice, Founder & CEO, AND Health


Rachel Yang, Investment Manager, Giant Leap Fund


Kyall Walker, Head of Venturing, Bupa


Terry Sweeney, CEO, Digital Health CRC

Kumaran Mani, Business Development, Digital Health and Healthcare Innovation Hub Lead – Australia & New Zealand, AstraZeneca


Announcing our 2021 PitchFest Startup Speakers!
Startup Pitches Commence


Deepak Biswal, Founder & CEO, CareMonitor


Dr Vikram Palit, Founder, Consultmed – Digital Referrals


Dr. Peter Brukner OAM, Founder, Defeat Diabetes


Dr. Louise Metcalf, CEO and Founder, Gheorg


Hitesh Mehta, Co-founder and Co-CEO, Nutromics


Laura Simmons, CEO and Founder, Theratrak


Luke Renehan, Founder, VaxApp

Health Box

Health Box is a video-on-demand service providing a deeper dive on key topics, themes and questions relating to health and life sciences events in Australia and APAC. Visit our website here.

Health Box boasts a rich mix of free content for you to “snack on” at your own leisure including:

  • Speaker interviews
  • Executive briefings – short messages from organisation CEOs or senior management
  • Fast Chats – an interview style short video (5-10minutes) from an expert thought leader in your organization to provide solutions to challenges, announce new products, make a company announcement and many more.
  • Explainer videos – a short custom video providing targeted content as a potential elevator pitch, educating buyers about a specific issue or product feature.
  • Expert panels
  • LinkedIn Recommended Ads – get your brand Infront of our market leading LinkedIn Groups.

Each Health Box episode is different and each month we release a new episodes on different topics.

Have a message, project or idea to share? Connect with us ahead of our upcoming episodes to learn how you can get involved or we can work with you to create a new episode. Let us take care of you!

For more information on how your company can get involved in a Health Box episode, contact

Danielle Newman
Senior Business Development Manager
+61 2 9080 4432
Danielle.Newman@informa.com

Blog articles

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Commercialising Healthcare Innovation
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What healthcare solutions does Australia really need?
In the context of future Australian healthcare, it is important that healthcare innovators don’t simply come up with solutions they think are good for problems they think exist. This is icare’s approach to stimulating and facilitating innovation in healthcare. Read more >>

Why we need greater collaboration between the health and tech sectors
Technology is a major player in today’s business landscape. Improved processes, seamless deliverables, and enhanced client experiences. Much of the reason industries can no longer go it alone. The key? Collaboration. Read more >>

The development of robotics and AI in the health sector
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Opting In to Innovate Health
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Innovate Health Speaker Spotlight: Bronwyn Le Grice, ANDHealth
We spoke to ANDHealth’s powerhouse female founder & MD, Bronwyn Le Grice about ANDHealth’s purpose, her visions for innovation in the health industry and what it will take to create a cohesive and collaborative digital health industry. Read more >>

Informa Health & Safety Commitments

When you join our event, you can expect to see that health and safety is a priority, and that a range of measures are in place to ensure everyone involved is able to enjoy a safe, hygienic, productive and high-quality organised event experience.

All Informa events will be run according to official government and local authority guidance in the first instance, as well as any venue or location-specific regulations. In addition, Informa Australia will follow some key health and safety priority commitments as part of “Informa AllSecure”.

Vaccination required for all in-person attendees
To ensure the maximum safety of our audiences, Informa requires all in-person participants (speakers, delegates, partners, sponsors, exhibitors, suppliers) to be fully vaccinated in order to gain access to the physical event. For those unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, we encourage you to participate in the event by booking a virtual pass to attend the event.

This is an important measure to keep our community members safe who have not yet been able to get vaccinated or who are unable to get vaccinated. We hope it will also help infuse confidence and alleviate concerns that some may still have about attending an event in person.

For more information and to see our FAQs about our Covid-19 health & safety approach, please visit www.informa.com.au/allsecure

Event Health & Safety measures in place

  • Informa will continue to adhere to the COVID-19 rules and restrictions applicable to the local state government where the event will be run
  • Enhanced cleaning and hygiene practice including deep cleaning and sanitization before, during and after our events has been implemented.
  • Reduced contact registration is in place
  • Physically distanced seating options in line with local authority regulations will be provided in all venues
  • Contact tracing: All attendees will be required to check-in to the event venue using the relevant government Covid-safe app

when & where

08 - 09 Nov 2021

Rydges Melbourne
186 Exhibition St,
Melbourne VIC 3000
(03) 9662 0511

Rydges Melbourne is offering attendees special rate of $160 standard room. Add breakfast for $20pp. To book call Rydges Reservations +61 3 9662 0511 and mention Informa Innovate Health event.

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Danielle Newman
Senior Business Development Manager
+61 2 9080 4318
Danielle.Newman@informa.com

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