Future Solutions In Australian Healthcare

Future Solutions in Australian Healthcare White Paper

The ‘Future Solutions in Australian Healthcare White Paper’ was developed in collaboration with 21 key healthcare thought leaders to help solve Australia’s major health challenges and guide the future of the healthcare system leading up to 2020. Collectively, these healthcare thought leaders hold roles that influence over $30 billion of healthcare industry annual turnover.

Distinguished interviewees who revealed their visionary ideas and strategies include Prof Ian Frazer (Australian of the Year, Translational Research Insitute), Prof Stephen Leeder AO (Western Sydney Health District, Medical Journal of Australia), George Savvides (Medibank), Alison Verhoeven (Australian Hospitals and Healthcare Association), Dr Martin Cross (Medicines Australia) and Michelle Bridges (Celebrity Personal Trainer, Wellness Expert and Host of The Biggest Loser).

This White Paper offers a ‘big picture’ perspective on future trends and is a resource for organisational strategy or government policy with provocative ideas for sustainable healthcare. These ideas and strategies can be utilised by any healthcare leader, organisation or government body in Australia.

In addition, the Paper includes a complementary ‘Guideline for Prevention Strategies and Wellness Programs’ and a ‘Guideline for Partnership Development’. Click on the button below and fill in your details to download your free copy.

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“Your Future Solutions Whitepaper is upfront and honest about the issues confronting the Australian health sector and rich on ideas on how to address them. The framework for addressing the 6 challenges and transforming the current ‘Vicious Cycle’ into a ‘Virtuous Cycle’ is thought provoking and helps crystallise my thinking on where I can best advise New Zealand health technology companies on where and how they can assist Australia create a world-leading health and wellness system. In particular, coordination and integration of health services centred on the patient’s well-being. This is well researched and an excellent and resource”.

– Lindsay Douglas – Business Development Manager, New Zealand Trade & Enterprise

“All in all a very comprehensive synopsis of what I understand are the main challenges facing Australian health care at this present time. It is clearly articulated and your diagrams assist with clarity of these challenges and possible solutions and as such this document should be required undergraduate reading for all Australian health students!”

– Peter Frendin, General Manager NSW/ACT, National Lead – Hospital/DPS Accreditation Program

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