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Innovate Health • On-Demand Playback

Encouraging engagement, navigating commercialization and accelerating growth and uptake of digital health innovation in Australia

31 August-2 September 2020 | Virtually Delivered Event
Sydney AEST/UTC+10

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overview

Innovate Health continues to provide a unique platform for connecting stakeholders across the digital health value chain, it will showcase the exciting innovations and provide thought provoking discussion on how to promote the development & commercialization of digital health innovations in Australia, and also discuss the effects of COVID-19 on the digital health ecosystem.

It will bring together healthcare professionals, startups & entrepreneurs, health tech specialists, innovation leaders, government stakeholders, regulators and business leaders for thought leadership, networking and productive discussion.

The health and safety of our delegates, speakers and staff is our top priority. That is why Innovate Health will now run as a digitally delivered event.
You will still have access to the same great content, hear from leading experts, unique networking and business development opportunities with key decisions makers including the ability to directly ask questions and engage virtually all from the safety and comfort of your own home or workplace.

FEATURING KEYNOTE ADDRESSES:

  • An Update on the Australian MTP Sector
    Dr Dan Grant, Managing Director & CEO, MTPConnect
  • Digital health in a post-COVID world: The opportunities and challenges for Australian digital health companies
    Bronwyn Le Grice, Founder, CEO & Managing Director, ANDHealth

FEATURING INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE ADDRESSES:

  • An Investor’s Journey To Build A Sustainable Telehealth Ecosystem In Singapore And The Region
    Wai Mun Lim, Founder & CEO, Doctor Anywhere
  • COVID-19 – Accelerating the adoption of the Danish Digital Health strategy
    Hans Erik Henriksen, CEO, Healthcare Denmark

OTHER SESSIONS NOT TO BE MISSED INCLUDE:

  • Pandemics: Digital Health Catalyst or Disruptor?
    Dr Simon Wilkins, Director, Translating Research at Melbourne (TRAM), Vice-Chair, Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia, University of Melbourne
  • How Life Insurance is Solving Business Issues and Targeting Customer Health through Digital Innovation
    Jen-Kui Maxwell, Member Engagement Manager, Member Engagement & Innovations, TAL Australia
    Dan Canham, Head of Innovation, Member Engagement & Innovations, TAL Australia

PANEL DISCUSSIONS TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • How Digital Health Providers were the key to Supporting the Frontline of the Covid-19 Pandemic?
  • Australia’s focus on International Markets
  • Driving collaboration from the beginning – how do we enable this?
  • The Clinician’s perspective – examining the role of behavioural change in health care
  • Regulatory Affairs Panel – regulatory compliance in a changing landscape
  • The investor pitch – How start-ups can position themselves to attract funding
  • What’s Next for Digital Health Innovation in Australia?

Why attend Innovate Health Conference virtually?

Content is King: Enjoy Curated Content

With two days of expert sessions and industry leading speakers, delve into expertly curated content that you won’t find anywhere else.

Accessible from your devices

Learning and networking is now at your fingertips – the conferences and matchmaking platform is accessible from your laptop, tablets or mobile devices

Time Efficient and Cost Saving

Save on travelling time and accommodation costs while getting in touch with industry professionals without geographical boundaries

Business Matchmaking Live

Connect and meet with fellow attendees from all over the world by taking advantage of the AI powered matchmaking within the virtual platform

Live and On-Demand

Wherever you are in the world, view the presentations at your leisure – either live or on-demand you’ll never miss a session.

Engage with our expert speakers

Make the most of your virtual experience by keeping updated with the latest insights and discussions, all while engaging with speakers through live polls, Q&A and more!

agenda

Agenda timing is Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

12:00 pm

VIRTUAL DOORS OPEN | Opening remarks from the Chair

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

LUNCHTIME ADDRESSES | Grab a coffee and your lunch and settle in for our two opening addresses

12:15 pm

Taking a deep dive into the challenges & opportunities in translating university research into outcomes in the time of COVID-19. Exploring tech focused on health or health enabled through tech – getting the balance right from the start? And a discussion on novel approaches to pre-/clinical trials.

(Duration 30 minutes with Q & A of 10 minutes)

Take full advantage of our on-demand features and access in-depth presentations & insights. We will have interactive Q&A to discuss and question our line up of speakers in scheduled slots throughout the conference.

Agenda timing is Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

9:00 am

DIGITAL DOORS OPEN | Opening remarks from the Chair

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

DRIVING DIGITAL HEALTH

9:10 am

KEYNOTE ADDRESS | An Update on the Australian MTP Sector

Dr Dan Grant, Managing Director & CEO, MTPConnect

9:30 am

KEYNOTE ADDRESS | Digital health in a post-COVID world: The opportunities and challenges for Australian digital health companies

Bronwyn Le Grice, Founder, CEO & Managing Director, ANDHealth

9:50 am

Hear from a key line up of digital health providers and how their platforms adapted to assist medical practices, allied health practices, pharmacies and hospitals during the coronavirus outbreak. Why has it taken a pandemic to launch this investment into telehealth – launching a decade’s amount of work in days?

10:30 am

This case study will explore the innovation approach to solving business problems & converting it to a digital delivery which is enhancing member engagement within the life insurance space, targeting customer health & also exploring how is data being used safely and privately for the benefit of the customer.

10:55 am

Virtual networking and refreshment break

LET’S TALK COLLABORATION

11:20 am

Take a deep dive into the research carried out by MTPConnect and Asialink Business, which highlights opportunities for future focused Australian medical technology companies in regions including India and Indonesia. The panelists will discuss the key elements needed for Australian start-ups to innovate into other expanding healthcare sectors internationally.

12:00 pm

Journey from traditional hierarchical structure to Being Agile: a culture of innovation, collaboration and value creation.

12:20 pm

Learn from Dr. Simon Kos about how Next Practice is introducing a new kind of primary care experience through a national network of clinics using the latest technology. This includes patient empowerment with data and tools, streamlined clinic operations, and innovations in care model delivery.

12:40 pm

Virtual Lunch and meeting breakout

INTEROPERABILITY FROM THE CLINICAN

1:25 pm

How do we drive more collaboration between healthcare professionals, software developers, clinician entrepreneurs, researchers, data scientists, consumers and government? How do we enable more collaboration? The panel will explore real cases of successful and unsuccessful collaboration journeys.

2:05 pm

ADDRESS | The rise of SEQ PACH; Digital health meets COVID

James Lind, Clinical Lead HIU, Clinical Excellence Division, Queensland Health

2:25 pm

Virtual networking and meeting breakout

2:45 pm

Sponsored By  

PitchFest @ Innovate Health is a dedicated opportunity for innovators to give a 5-minute pitch to a multidisciplinary 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.

The Health of Tomorrow

Krishan Thiru, Country Medical Director, Pfizer Australia & New Zealand & Cluster Medical Director, Developed Asia (Internal Medicine)

4:35 pm

Closing remarks from the chair

4:45 pm

Close of conference

Agenda timing is Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

9:00 am

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Chair

Peter Birch, Podcast Host, Talking HealthTech

9:10 am

INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE ADDRESS| An Investor's Journey To Build A Sustainable Telehealth Ecosystem In Singapore And The Region

Wai Mun Lim, Founder & CEO, Doctor Anywhere

9:40 am

PANEL DISCUSSION | Growing a culture of innovation - What can start-ups achieve with a more cognitive diverse team?

Moderated by: Jodie Imam, General Manager, SBE Australia

Bronwyn Le Grice, Founder, CEO & Managing Director, ANDHealth

Kate Taylor, CEO & Founder, Oculo

Dr Megan Robertson, Director of Research - Research Directorate, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne & Chair of the Clinical Trials Ready Development Committee

10:20 am

This presentation will explore technologies such as gamification for effective patient and provider engagement change paradigms of care – and particularly those that have been successful in the COVID pandemic. It will cover commercially successful new and emerging technologies in opiod addiction, aged care provision and dialysis.

10:40 am

Virtual networking and refreshment break

11:10 am

The public concern about privacy and what happens to health data is typically not well informed by evidence or information of actual use and abuse  Information about security breaches, data spills, secondary use and unauthorised misuse is typically not well collated or communicated From the perspective of a former health official – a Deputy Secretary – who had oversight over millions of health records, a discussion of myths, realities and lessons Clinicians, app developers and policy makers can benefit from an unconstrained discussion of the issues that make up the robustness of the health data ecosystem – its security, transparency and utility

BRINGING HEALTH INNOVATION TO THE MARKET

11:30 am

FIRESIDE CHAT | The Journey of HOTDOC – Keeping the Patient First

Joanna Green, Principal, HIVE Legal

Dr Ben Hurst, Founder, HOTDOC

11:55 am

This is a unique opportunity for the panellist to share the current trends, pathways and updates to the regulation of emerging technologies, innovations, My Health Record, and medical devices within Australia. The panellists will answer and share from their expertise on the regulatory status within Australia. An opportunity to hear from the main regulators of Australian Healthcare, offering guidance and advice on the latest regulations and classifications

12:35 pm

Virtual lunch and meeting breakout

2:00 pm

INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE ADDRESS | COVID-19 – accelerating the adoption of the Danish Digital Health strategy

Hans Erik Henriksen, CEO, Healthcare Denmark

2:30 pm

Closing remarks from the Chair

2:45 pm

END OF LIVE CONFERENCE

pricing

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speakers

Associate Professor Tam C. Nguyen

Deputy Director of Research, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne

Dr Simon Wilkins

Director, Translating Research at Melbourne (TRAM), Vice-Chair, Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia, University of Melbourne

Dr Nikolai Petrovsky

Professor, College of Medicine & Public Health, Flinders University, Chairman & Research Director, Vaxine

Dr Dan Grant

Managing Director & CEO, MTPConnect

Bronwyn Le Grice

Founder, CEO & Managing Director, ANDHealth

Rami Weiss

CEO, HealthShare

Dr Ben Hurst

Founder, HOTDOC

Dr Marcus Tan

Founder, CEO & Medical Director, HealthEngine

Dr Amit Vohra

Chair, GPU2 Health

Jen-Kui Maxwell

Member Engagement Manager - Member Engagement and Innovation, TAL

Dan Canham

Head of Innovation, Member Engagement & Innovations, TAL Australia

Mukund Narayanamurti

CEO, Asialink Business

Ms Elisabeth Yunarko

Managing Director, Spokle App

Sabeen Shaikh

Managing Director, Crescent Strategy Consulting

Angie Corbo-Lutowski

Pharma Informatics Business Partner - Commercial, Roche

Dr Simon Kos

CEO, Next Practice, Former Chief Medical Officer, Microsoft

Professor Jason Potts

Co-Director, RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub

Robyn Hudson

Director Strategy & Operations, Safer Care Victoria

Michelle Gallaher

CEO, Opyl

Sarah Hariz

MEA Health Sector Lead, Austrade Dubai

James Lind

Clinical Lead HIU, Clinical Excellence Division, Queensland Health

Krishan Thiru

Country Medical Director, Pfizer Australia & New Zealand & Cluster Medical Director, Developed Asia (Internal Medicine)

Rachel Yang

Investment Manager, Giant Leap Fund

Chris Kommatas

Head of Strategic Partnerships & Innovation, Health Roundtable

Helen Souris

CEO, Cardihab Pty, Ltd

Kath Hamilton

CEO & Founder, loop+

Brad McDougall

Founder & CEO, LifeBuddi

Dr Louise Metcalf

CEO & Founder, Gheorg

Matthieu Recugnat

CEO, Hearing Power

Niels van Sparrentak

CEO, Tournicare

Peter Birch

Podcast Host, Talking HealthTech

Wai Mun Lim

Founder & CEO, Doctor Anywhere

Jodie Imam

General Manager, SBE Australia

Kate Taylor

CEO & Founder, Oculo

Dr Megan Robertson

Director of Research - Research Directorate, St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne & Chair of the Clinical Trials Ready Development Committee

Dr Michaella Richards

MD & Principal Strategist, The Friday Collaborative

Peter Fitzgerald

Consultant & Former Deputy-Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services Victoria

Joanna Green

Principal, HIVE Legal

David Wotton

Assistant Director, Emerging Technology & Diagnostics, Australian Government Department of Health

Sue Hunter

Regulatory Affairs Director ANZ, Abbott

Dr Lee Walsh

Founder and Principal, Platypus Technical - Health

Dr Rob Grenfell

Director, CSIRO Health & Biosecurity

Dr Ingmar Wahlqvist

Investment Manager, Brandon Capital

Ariane Barker

CEO, Scale Investors

Tip Piumsomboon

Principal, Blackbird Ventures

Hans Erik Henriksen

CEO, Healthcare Denmark

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Innovate Health goes Virtual!

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PitchFest

Sponsored By

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.

** To qualify for a pitchfest spot, startups who apply must have a minimum viable product, be turning over less than $1 million a year and have been in business for 5 years or less **

Submissions are now closed, if you have any questions please contact Danielle.Newman@informa.com

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What healthcare solutions does Australia really need?
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Opting In to Innovate Health
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Innovate Health Speaker Spotlight: Bronwyn Le Grice, ANDHealth
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when & where

02 - 04 Sep 2030

Virtually Delivered Event

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