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National Telehealth Summit

20-21 April 2021 | Swissôtel Sydney & Delivered Virtually

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The National Telehealth Summit will take place as a face-to-face event on the 20-21 of April 2021 at the Swissôtel Sydney. It will also be available virtually.

Telemedicine in Australia is not new, but there is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has catalysed an unprecedented shift toward virtual care across the country. Moreover, the Australian Government’s announcement to inject $669 million to expand Medicare-subsidised Telehealth services for all Australians, whilst also providing extra incentives to general practitioners and other health practitioners was a game changer. The funding for telehealth has made it more accessible, affordable and appealing to health services and consumers alike.

As we begin to look beyond the pandemic and into the future, now is an important time to discuss what place telehealth will have in Australia’s healthcare system now and into the future?

This event will be about exploring the key areas of opportunity for telehealth beyond COVID, recognising and debating the challenges and realities of widespread sustained adoption of telehealth and showcasing latest and greatest innovations. Some key topics to be covered include:

  • The drivers, uncertainty, and the appetite in the market for telehealth
  • What role and place will telehealth have post-pandemic? Addressing concerns and finding the hard evidence to weight the benefits and risks
  • Funding realities of telehealth and debating the most effective measures, models and reforms needed
  • Greatest opportunity areas for telehealth applications e.g. mental health & wellbeing
  • Infrastructure requirements – ensuring right technology, network connection, and ensuring human resources/trained staff
  • Lessons learnt, experiences and insights from best practice case studies across the country
  • Identifying and adopting successful telehealth models
  • Embedding telehealth into current hospital practices
  • Addressing knowledge and capacity gaps within the current health workforce
  • Consumer perspectives- understanding and harnessing expectations and building partnerships
  • Medico-Legal protections for GPs and healthcare professionals providing on-demand telehealth services
  • Data security and privacy with telehealth and medical records
  • Trusting providers- what they do with your data and addressing misconceptions about data breaches
  • Development of AI in telehealth. Where are we now?
  • Redesigning healthcare in Australia as expectations on how care can be provided change


Dr Karen Price

President, RACGP

Professor Glen Maberly

Director of Western Sydney Diabetes & Senior Staff Specialist Endocrinologist, Blacktown and Mt Druitt Hospitals, Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD)

Danny Vadasz

CEO, Health Issues Centre

Shannon Nott

Rural Director of Medical Services, Western NSW Local Health District & Clinical Director – Virtual Care Accelerator, NSW Health

Professor Richard Harvey

Consultant Psychiatrist, Founder of & Clinical Professor, Deakin University

Julian Nolan

Mental Health Clinician / Clinical Psychology Registrar, Aged Persons Mental Health Service – APAT, Peter James Centre

Dr Rahul Gupta

Clinical Lead, NMHEC-RAP Telepsychiatry Service, Hunter New England Mental Health Service (HNE LHD)

Associate Professor Tam C. Nguyen

Deputy Director of Research, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

Associate Professor Jillian Benson AM

Medical Director, Spinifex Health Service, Tjuntjuntjara, Senior Medical Educator, GPEx, South Australia, Clinical Associate Professor, Discipline of General Practice, University of Adelaide

Dr Sarah Farrand

Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Lead, BRIGHT-YOD Project, Neuropsychiatry Unit, Acute Adult Inpatient Unit, Royal Melbourne Hospital

Dr Wendy Kelso

Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist, Neuropsychiatry Unit, Royal Melbourne Hospital

Dr Amandeep Hansra

GP & Chairperson, Committee on Systems & Technology for AMA and Clinical Reference Lead for ADHA, Bondi Doctors

Dr Melissa Naidoo

Group Chief Medical Officer & Head of Clinical Innovation, NIB

Alice King

Telehealth Program Manager & Strategic Lead, Regional Telehealth Program, Barwon South West, Victoria; Coordinator, Telehealth Victoria Community of Practice

Peter Yellowlees MBBS, MD

Chief Wellness Officer, UC Davis Health and Alan Stoudemire Endowed Chair in Psychiatry, UC Davis, California

Professor Sabe Sabesan

Director of Medical Oncology, Townsville Cancer Centre, Co-Chair, Australian Teletrial Consortium, Clinical Oncology Society of Australia

Kim Hill

A/ Outpatient Operational Manager, Royal Perth Hospital

Nandhini Natarajan

Telehealth Coordinator, Royal Perth Bentley Group


Packages Price
Premium Pass$2695$2195+GST Early Bird Rate Early Bird Rate
Virtual Pass$950$900+GST Early Bird Rate Early Bird Rate
Group Premium Pass (Up to 6 people)$7500+GST
Packages Price
Premium Pass$1895$1495+GST Early Bird Rate Early Bird Rate
Virtual Pass$950$900+GST Early Bird Rate Early Bird Rate
Group Premium Pass (Up to 6 people)$7500+GST

Event Pricing

  • Early Bird Rate – Expires 26 February 2021
  • Full Rate – From 27 February 2021

Important • Virtual Pass bookings

For Virtual Pass bookings, please read below before proceeding:

  • All delegate registrations must use their own email address to ensure each delegate receives a unique password to join the digital event. You cannot use one email for multiple profiles.
  • If your company is not based in Australia, check the GST box on the next page as you are not required to pay GST.

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

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  • Innovation champions – a showcase of the latest and greatest innovations – particularly health tech with a series of brief 5 minute elevator pitches.
  • Case study showcase – an opportunity to showcase best practice examples
  • 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
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We know you can’t always attend all our events, but we also know you like to get a feel for some of the key topics, themes and messages from events. Health Box offers a taste of what is on offer at our flagship conferences so you can make an informed choice on joining our events.

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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

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Informa Australia’s events will be organised in accordance with Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standard. As the world’s leading events’ organiser, Informa has developed a detailed set of enhanced measures to provide the highest level of hygiene and safety at its events, providing everyone with reassurance and confidence they are participating in a safe and controlled environment.

Placing your safety at the heart of our events
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 ten Informa AllSecure priority commitments.

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Neighbourhood Networking

A series of small, localised networking events for targeted industry professionals which observe social distancing practices. These events compliment existing conference and training offerings, are run throughout the year and allow face-to-face networking for smaller groups. Groups can range from as small as a 5 person coffee catch up to a larger cocktail evening.
Examples can include:

  • Networking Drinks
  • Cocktail Evenings
  • Coffee Catch Ups
  • Breakfast briefings – Round table briefings on a selection of topics over a cup of coffee & a croissant
  • Speed Networking – Participants greet each other in a series of brief exchanges during a set period of time
  • Networking Dinners – An opportunity to have an informal chat with clients, partners, and peers over dinner
  • Expert Clinics – an opportunity for companies to get tailored advice in a one-to-one environment and to establish connections for future planning. Each clinic hosts delegates for one hour to briefly meet and exchange business cards with either market/country experts or topic/service experts.

Register your interest in attending networking events in:

  • Sydney
  • Melbourne
  • Brisbane
  • Adelaide

Interested in hosting a neighbourhood networking event?

Danielle Newman
Senior Business Development Manager, Informa Australia
+61 (2) 9080 4432

when & where

19 - 20 Apr 2021

Swissôtel Sydney
Address: 68 Market St
Sydney NSW 2000
Ph: +61 (02) 9238 8888


Still have a question?

Frankie Brewer
Conference Manager
0439 780 927

Danielle Newman
Senior Business Development Manager
+61 2 9080 4432

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