Program

  • The program was last updated 20 June 2018
  • Concurrent sessions are expandable, please click on the session title to discover more information
  • The organisers reserve the right to change the topics and presenters if necessary
  • All sessions will be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)
  • All catering breaks will be held in the exhibition area, located in Exhibition Hall 1, located on the Ground Level of the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
  • All plenary sessions will be held in the Great Hall, entry via the Mezzanine Level of the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
  • Note: all events, venues, speakers and program times are correct at time of publication and are subject to change

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12:00 AM to 11:55 PM

Arrival

Delegates are encouraged to arrive for the Congress on Tuesday 9 October or earlier. Sessions begin early on Wednesday morning. 

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9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Pre-Congress forum: Novartis

“Potentially Preventable Hospitalisations” thought-leadership forum

Novartis will host a free one day thought-leadership forum on Potentially Preventable Hospitalisations to bring together a small but diverse group of stakeholders to engage in facilitated discussion, idea sharing and information exchange. Entry is via EOI process.

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Novartis

10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

IHF Governing Council Meeting 1

The Governing Council is the organ charged with the overall governing of the affairs of the International Hospital Federation. This meeting is for Governing Council Members only.

Meeting room: P1

7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Registration desk open

The registration desk is open for delegates to collect their name badges. 

8:30 AM to 9:30 AM

Joint Plenary Session with the 25th Congress of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE)

Disease, disaster and destruction: providing health services in times of catastrophe, epidemic and conflict

A joint plenary session and morning tea will be held with the 25th Congress of the International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE). 

The joint plenary session is included in all full delegate registrations. For more information on IFHE, visit: www.ifhe2018.com

Further presenters announced soon...

Glenn Keys
Executive Director, Aspen Medical, Australia

Bronte Martin
Nursing Director, Trauma & Disaster, National Critical Care Trauma Response Centre (NCCTRC), Australia

Berna Marcelina
Provincial Director, Standardization, BC Clinical and Support Services, Canada

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Berna Marcelino, Canada | Bronte Martin, Australia

9:30 AM to 10:00 AM

Morning tea, exhibition and poster displays

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Opening Ceremony

The opening ceremony will feature a traditional Aboriginal Australian Welcome to Country, a cultural experience that is not to be missed. It will be followed by keynote addresses.

Further presenters announced soon...

Professor Elizabeth Teisberg
Executive Director, Value Institute for Health and Care, Dell Medical School in Austin, Texas, United States of America

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Professor Elizabeth Teisberg, United States of America

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Lunch, exhibition and poster displays

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level

1:00 PM to 1:30 PM

Plenary Session 1.1

Moving beyond Quality to Value

Dr Daphne Khoo
Deputy Director Medical Services (Healthcare Performance Group) Ministry of Health, Singapore 

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Dr Daphne Khoo, Singapore

1:30 PM to 2:00 PM

Plenary Session 1.2

The #hellomynameis story - 'through adversity comes legacy'

Chris Pointon
Co-founder, #hellomynameis, United Kingdom

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Chris Pointon, United Kingdom

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Panel Session 1

What does the 21st century patient demand from healthcare?

Pannelists: 

Professor Elizabeth Teisberg
Executive Director, Value Institute for Health and Care, Dell Medical School in Austin, Texas, United States of America

Dr Daphne Khoo
Deputy Director Medical Services (Healthcare Performance Group) Ministry of Health, Singapore

Chris Pointon
Co-founder & Global Campaign Ambassador, #hellomynameis, United Kingdom

Dr Tony Ko
Hospital Authority, Hong Kong

Mercedes Jabalera
Head of Quality, Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Spain

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Dr Daphne Khoo, Singapore | Chris Pointon, United Kingdom | Professor Elizabeth Teisberg, United States of America | Mercedes Jabalera, Spain | Dr Tony Ko, Hong Kong

3:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Afternoon tea, exhibition and poster displays

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level

3:30 PM to 4:15 PM

IHF International Awards Ceremony

The 2018 International Awards of the International Hospital Federation (IHF) recognise and honour hospitals and healthcare organisations for innovation, excellence, outstanding achievements and best practices in areas that are worthy of international recognition.

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

4:15 PM to 5:30 PM

Concurrent Session 1.1: International Hospital Federation Award Winners

Hear from the 4 winners of the International Hospital Federation Awards on their projects and why they stood out as the best of the best from around the globe in health system innovation and excellence.

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

4:15 PM to 5:45 PM

Concurrent Session 1.2: Platforms for value: data and analytics

4.15pm - 4.30pm
1.2A Danish super hospital project - A government lead transformational change of the Danish Hospital and Health system
Hans Erik Henriksen, Healthcare DENMARK, Denmark

4.30pm - 4.45pm
1.2B Moving the measurement of performance in healthcare from a volume-based to a value-based perspective: a conceptual framework
Dr Jean-Frédéric Levesque, Chief Executive, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation, Australia
Kim Sutherland, Specialist Advisor, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation, Australia

4.45pm - 5.00pm 
1.2C Data driven approach to choosing pathology tests wisely at Gold Coast Health
Therese Kelly, Gold Coast Health, Australia

5.00pm - 5.15pm
1.2D Co-designing Transparency and Public Reporting with Consumers and Clinicians: Reporting Data Patients Want and Clinicians Can Use
Carl Shuker, Principal Adviser, Publications, Health Quality & Safety Commission, New Zealand

5.15pm - 5.30pm
1.2E Implementation of the ICHOM Heart Failure Standard Set in Brazil in a community setting
Carlos Sverdloff, ANAHP, Brazil

5.30pm - 5.45pm 
1.2F Value-Based Health Care (VBHC) Ripple Effect: Implementing Quality Programs
Kelly Whittle, Whittle Advisors, United States

Meeting room: M1

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Dr Jean-Frédéric Levesque, Australia | Carl Shuker, New Zealand

4:15 PM to 5:45 PM

Concurrent session 1.3: Paying for value, achieving outcomes

4.15pm - 4.30pm
1.3A Establishing a centralized purchasing system of hip prosthesis and its implications on cost and clinical outcomes
Jani Mueller, Charlotte Maxeke Medical Research Cluster, South Africa

4.30pm - 4.45pm
1.3B Cluster Hospital: An innovative approach to optimise resources and enhance capacity through integrated network of hospitals
Dr Noriah Bidin, Senior Principal Assistant Director, Institute for Health Management, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dr Selasawati Ghazali, Director, Raja Perempuan Zainab II Hospital, Kota Bharu, Malaysia

4.45pm - 5.00pm
1.3C Light as antiseptic: the importance of clinical transparency in delivering value-based care
Paul Nicolarakis, Australia

5.00pm - 5.15pm
1.3D Quality Care Every Day
Adrian Pennington, Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service, Australia

5.15pm - 5.30pm
1.3E Project AGILE - Reducing Patients Discharge Turnaround Time Our abstract on , Project “AGILE” focused on reduction in the Patient
Dr Gurpreet Singh, Max healthcare, India

5.30pm - 5.45pm 
1.3F Assessment of health technologies in a hospital setting in Colombia: experience of Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá University Hospital
Alejandra Taborda, Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia

Meeting room: M2

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Dr Noriah Bidin, Malaysia | Dr Selasawati Ghazali, Malaysia

4:15 PM to 5:45 PM

Concurrent Session 1.4: Lightning Talks

Just as a bolt of lightning provide illumination in a few moments, these short sharp lightning talks will let you hear about a variety of projects from around the world. If you want the broadest view of key innovations, solutions and achievements from around the world, this session will provide the enlightenment you are seeking.

1.4A Implementation Of Value Based Medicine In Shariah Hospital: An Indonesian Experience 
Siti Aisyah Ismail, Islamic Healthcare Institution Network of Indonesia (MUKISI), Indonesia

1.4B Reduction in Waiting Time for Operations In Isolo General Hospital. Quality Improvement Approach.
Dr Olufunmilayo Bankole, Medical Director/CEO, General Hospital Ikorodu, Nigeria

1.4C Implementation of an innovative, value-based management development program in a regional health service  
Corinne Butler, Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service, Australia

1.4D Predictors of non-beneficial treatment in end of life hospital admissions: a quantitative analysis
Dr Hannah Carter, Health Economist, Australian Centre for Health Service Innovation (QUT), Australia

1.4E EPS model for enhancing invasive mechanical ventilation (IMV) in general wards
Ming Wai Cheng, Advanced Practice Nurse, Ruttonjee and Tang Shiu Kin Hospitals, Hong Kong

1.4F Strategies to Ease the Economic Burden and Prevent Patient Harm from Multidrug Resistant Infection in Hospitals
Dr Sheila Connelly, VP Research, Synthetic Biologics, Inc., United States of America

1.4G Lean Healthcare: Industrialization and dehumanization in operating theaters in France and Australia
Zeyad Mahmoud, PhD Candidate, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Australia

1.4H Digital Patient Experience (DPAX): A Methodology To Foster Digital Transformation In Healthcare Ecosystem 
Dr Jordi Martínez, Innovation Director, Fundació TIC Salut Social, Spain
Dr Francesc Garcia Cuyas, Director, Fundació TIC Salut Social, Spain

1.4I Disinvestment in low-value care: Australian policy responses to improve patient outcomes and reduce waste
Victoria Mccreanor, PhD Candidate/Research Associate, QUT - Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Australia

1.4J Data & Analytics - A building block on the journey from ‘Volume to Value’
Ray Messom, Executive Director, Sytem Information and Analytics Branch, NSW Ministry of Health, Australia

1.4K Evaluation of unnecessary admission and hospitalization and its direct burden assessment: Rasool –e-Akram Hospital, Iran University of Medical Sciences
Nader Tavakoli, Iran University Of Medical Science, Islamic Republic of Iran

1.4L Knowing the score in real time – are you still looking in the rear vision mirror?
Pieter Walker, Director, Qualitas Consortium, Australia

1.4M Better nutritional care for hospital inpatients: from volume to value through The SIMPLE Approach
Dr Adrienne Young, Research Coordinator, Nutrition and Dietetics, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Australia

Meeting room: P1

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Dr Olufunmilayo Bankole, Nigeria | Dr Hannah Carter, Australia | Ming Wai Cheng, Hong Kong | Dr Sheila Connelly, United States of America | Dr Francesc Garcia Cuyàs, Spain | Zeyad Mahmoud, Australia | Dr Jordi Martínez, Spain | Ray Messom, Australia | Victoria McCreanor, Australia | Pieter Walker, Australia | Dr Adrienne Young, Australia

4:15 PM to 5:45 PM

Concurrent Session 1.5: Patients, process and tools: Looking for the right combination to move from volume to value

1.5A To disrupt or not to disrupt: that is NOT the question
Professor Marc Noppen, CEO, UZ Brussel, Belgium

1.5B BECQUEREL Lab [Patient as a partner]
Dr Mikael Daouphars, Hospital Pharmacist, Cancer Centre Henri Becquerel

Meeting room: P2 

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Dr Mikael Daouphars, France | Professor Marc Noppen, Belgium

4:15 PM to 5:45 PM

Concurrent session 1.6: Welcome to our backyard - a look at research and innovation in Queensland

Speakers to be announced soon...

Meeting room: P3 & P4

4:15 PM to 5:45 PM

Concurrent Session 1.7: IHF Special Interest Group - Investor Owned Healthcare Organizations: Aligning planets for a better flow of capital towards healthcare practice

Speakers to be announced soon...

Meeting room: P5

6:30 PM to 11:00 PM

Congress Gala Dinner

Join us for a spectacular evening celebrating Australian culture, food and wine in the Plaza Ballroom, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. 

Plaza Ballroom, Plaza Level, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Registration desk open

The registration desk is open for delegates to collect their name badges. 

8:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Plenary Session 2.1

Health Care Integration - why is it so hard to deliver and sustain?

Professor Claire Jackson
Professor in General Practice and Primary Care Research, Director, Centre for Health System Reform and Integration, University of Queensland, Australia

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Professor Claire Jackson, Australia

9:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Plenary Session 2.2

Melissa Thomason
Patient Advocate, United States of America

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Melissa Thomason, United States of America

9:30 AM to 10:30 AM

Panel Session 2

How can we rethink the role of the hospital in the medical neighbourhood?

Panellists: 

Professor Claire Jackson
Professor in General Practice and Primary Care Research, Director, Centre for Health System Reform and Integration, University of Queensland, Australia

Melissa Thomason
Patient Advocate, United States of America

Dr Sameen Sidiqqi
Chair, Department of Community Health Sciences, Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan

Further presenters announced soon...

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Professor Claire Jackson, Australia | Melissa Thomason, United States of America | Dr Sameen Siddiqi, Pakistan

10:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Morning tea, exhibition and poster displays

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Concurrent Session 2.1: It takes a community... collaboration for better outcomes

11.00am - 11.15am
2.1A Pharmaceutical companies need a perspective and strategy on healthcare systems
Geoffrey Chin, Novartis Pharma AG, Switzerland

11.15am - 11.30am
2.1B From Concept to Consolidation - Nurturing Medical-Social Collaborative Care for Dementia in Community
Yiu Keung Chan, APN, Ruttonjee and Tang Shiu Kin Hospitals, Hong Kong

11.30am - 11.45am
2.1C From Four Walls to the Neighborhood: Bringing Healthcare to the Philippine Rural Poor
Professor Andrea Santiago, Asian Institute of Management, Philippines

11.45am - 12.00pm
2.1D Developing an innovative and integrated health system from primary /community level to tertiary care in Tanzania
Sulaiman Shahabuddin, Aga Khan Health Services, East Africa, Tanzania

12.00pm - 12.15pm
2.1E Continuity of care for Aged Care Facility residents with acute illness: Lessons learned from the CEDRiC project
Professor Marianne Wallis, Associate Dean (Health), University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

12.15pm - 12.30pm
2.1F Integrated Home Medical Care Service Bridging Long Term Care in a Regional Hospital of Central Taiwan
Yu-chen Wei, Integrated Home Medical Care Case Manager, Puli Christian Hospital, Taiwan

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) 

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Yiu Keung Chan, Hong Kong | Professor Andrea Santiago, Philippines | Professor Marianne Wallis, Australia | Yu-Chen Wei, Taiwan

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Concurrent Session 2.2: World Bank: Building Integrated Service Delivery to meet 21st century health needs - lessons learnt from World Bank operations

Dr Enis Baris, Practice Manager, World Bank, United States of America

Dr Aparnaa Somanathan, Program Leader, World Bank, Australia

Shuo Zhang, Senior Health Specialist, World Bank, United States of America

Dr Aneesa Arur, Senior Health Specialist, World Bank, Australia

Meeting room: M1

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Dr Aneesa Arur, Australia | Dr Enis Barış, United States of America | Dr Aparnaa Somanathan, Australia | Shuo Zhang, United States of America

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Concurrent Session 2.3: Health workforce as a driver to integrated care

2.3A Medical Social Collaboration – A solution for managing mental health needs in the community
Dr Lai Wah Eva Dunn, Consultant Psychiatrist, Department of Psychiatry, Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital, Hong Kong

2.3B Enhancing community knowledge through multiple nurse-led programs
Fatma Al Masroori, Director of Nursing, Royal Hospital, Ministry of Health, Oman

2.3C Engaging Medical Workers in Workplace Health Promotion (WHP)
Dr Hai-Hua Chuang, Director of Health Promotion Center; Deputy Director of Family Medicine Department, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei & Linkou Branch, Taiwan

Meeting room: M2

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Fatma Al Masroori, Oman | Dr Hai-Hua Chuang, Taiwan | Dr Lai Wah Eva Dunn, Hong Kong

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Concurrent Session 2.4: Lightning Talks

Just as a bolt of lightning provide illumination in a few moments, these short sharp lightning talks will let you hear about a variety of projects from around the world. If you want the broadest view of key innovations, solutions and achievements from around the world, this session will provide the enlightenment you are seeking.

2.4A Connecting Teams and Creating Global Knowledge – An International Video Conference Approach to Specialist Hepatobiliary Care
Amy Brennan, Service Manager, Mater Health Services, Australia
Dr Mehan Siriwardhane, Senior Medical Officer, Mater Hospital Brisbane, Australia

2.4B “Broken hospital windows”: Integrating the theory of spreading disorder with the normalized deviance of hospital staff
Dr Kate Churruca, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University, Australia 

2.4C How to build strong partnerships between hospital and primary care  
Katie Doan, Manager, The Collaborative, Australia

2.4D Humanisation of healthcare spaces
Anna Ferres Soler, Althaia Xarxa Assistencial Universitària de Manresa, F.P. Spain 

2.4E Sketching out the future of social and health care services, from the standpoint of healthcare managers, practitioners, and citizens
Josep Fusté, Economical Analysis, Studies and Prospection Director, Unió Catalana d'Hospitals, Spain 

2.4F Our Social Commitment Beyond the Hospital
Gemma Gallardo Gonzalez, Nursing Director, Hospital Plató, Spain
Anna Jover Moreno, Director of Social and Corporate Management, Hospital Plató, Spain

2.4G Utilizing Information Technology for Network Development and Transfer of Knowledge among Referral Hospitals in Indonesia
Sudi Indrajaya, Center for Health Policy and Management, Indonesia

2.4H Providing CPR and Trauma Training to Nurses and Doctors of Rural Areas in China: a Volunteer Project
Ping- Fat Lau, Department Operations Manager, A&E, Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital, Hospital Authority,  Hong Kong

2.4I Project ECHO® - moving knowledge instead of patients: Integrating hospital and primary healthcare for children and young people across Queensland
Perrin Moss, Program Manager, Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service, Australia

2.4J Towards a Shared Care Pathway for Smoking Cessation - Support from Seinäjoki Central Hospital to Health Centres
Professor Hannu Puolijoki, Medical Director, Seinäjoki Central Hospital, Finland

2.4K HealthPathways in NSW: bridging the communication gap between primary and secondary care services, state bodies and local practitioners
Nick Rosser, Manager NBM HealthPathways Program, Nepean Blue Mountains Primary Health Network / Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District, Australia

2.4L Healing from the history of medical incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Dr Melissa Sweet, Editor in Chief, Croakey Health Media, Australia 

2.4M Preliminary Results of Transforming Primary Care to into an Integrated Care System Resilient to Modern Challenges
Zarina Temekova, Republican Center for Healthcare Development of MoH, Kazakhstan

2.4N An effectiveness study of prehabilitation program in liver surgery patient care
Bei Wang, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

2.4O Global Accreditation and Competency Development in Health Services Administration: Integrating Academia, the Professions, and Providers
Daniel West, University of Scranton, United States of America

Meeting room: P1

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Amy Brennan, Australia | Dr Kate Churruca, Australia | Katie Doan, Australia | Josep Fusté, Spain | Gemma Gallardo González, Spain | Ping-Fat Lau, Hong Kong | Anna Jover Moreno, Spain | Perrin Moss, Australia | Professor Hannu Puolijoki, Finland | Nick Rosser, Australia | Dr Mehan Siriwardhane, Australia | Dr Melissa Sweet, Australia | Bei Wang, Singapore

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Concurrent Session 2.5: From projects to scalable solutions: sustainability in integrated care

2.5A Incentives from the authorities on quality improvement in Belgium
Dr Marc Geboers, Director General Hospitals, Zorgnet Icuro, Belgium

2.5B Strategic alliances between healthcare providers: an efficient model of collaboration prompting a change towards an integrated model, enhancing healthcare sector capabilities
Dr Anna Riera, Membership Director, Unió Catalana d'Hospitals, Spain

2.5C Leading the transformation: from the hospital, to the network, to integrated care

2.5D The use of WhatsApp Application for consultation between healthcare provider and carers of sick children
Dr Tawfiq Al Lawati, Head of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Royal Hospital, Ministry of Health, Oman

Meeting room: P2

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Dr Marc Geboers, Belgium | Dr Anna Riera, Spain

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Concurrent Session 2.6: Transforming the delivery of care so that it's integrated and delivered at the right time and place

Speakers to be annouced soon...

Meeting room: P3 & P4

11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Concurrent Session 2.7: IHF Special Interest Group - Healthcare Management: A competency-based approach to enhance healthcare management, how to make best use of it

Speakers to be announced soon...

Meeting room: P5

12:30 PM to 1:30 PM

Lunch, exhibition and poster displays

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level

1:30 PM to 2:00 PM

Plenary Session 3.1

Nigel Edwards 
Chief Executive, Nuffield Trust, United Kingdom

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Nigel Edwards, United Kingdom

2:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Plenary Session 3.2

Patient Engagement in Egypt

Nagwa Metwally
Member of Supreme Council, Egyptian Red Crescent, Egypt

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Nagwa Metwally, Egypt

2:30 PM to 3:30 PM

Panel Session 3

Patient centred care – integrating health services around the patient

Panellists:

Nigel Edwards
Chief Executive, Nuffield Trust, United Kingdom

Nagwa Metwally
Member of Supreme Council, Egyptian Red Crescent, Egypt

Dr Ann-Lise Guisset
WHO Geneva, Switzerland

Patricia Correll
Principal Epidemiologist, NSW Ministry of Health, Australia

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Nigel Edwards, United Kingdom | Nagwa Metwally, Egypt | Patricia Correll, Australia

3:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Afternoon tea, exhibition and poster displays

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level

4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3.1: Coordinating coordination: what funding, structural, technological and clinical models do we need to support integrated care

Join us for a facilitated panel discussion on the structures we need to create truly integrated care.

Dr Robert Pearl
Clinical Professor, Stanford University and Forbes Magazine Contributor, United States of America

Professor Keith McNeil
Assistant Deputy Director-General and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Clinical Excellence Division, Queensland Health, Australia

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Dr Robert Pearl, United States of America

4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3.2: Shared goals, shared gains

4.00pm - 4.15pm
3.2A New ‘TIC’ Approach For Patient-Centered Care 
Dr Jaume Duran, CEO, Fundació Sanitària de Mollet Spain

4.15pm - 4.30pm
3.2B Hospitals as community anchors: Maximizing impact by aligning operating expenditures with community health and vitality goals
Professor Andrew Garman, Professor, Rush University Medical Center, United States of America
Shweta Ubhayakar, Manager, Community Anchor Mission, Rush University Medical Center, United States of America

4.30pm - 4.45pm
3.2C Palliative care toward integrated and people-centred health services in hospital
Mehdi Jafari, Department of health Services Management, School of Health Management and Information Sciences, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran

4.45pm - 5.00pm
3.2D Healthier Campaspe – Working together to Improve Our Health
April Mckenzie, Primary Health Manager, Kyabram District Health Service, Australia
Ash Watson, Healthier Campaspe Project Coordinator, Campaspe Primary Care Partnership, Australia

5.00pm - 5.15pm
3.2E Voice of the Consumer: Co-designing for Transition to Value-based Public Oral Health Care
Louise Palmer, Chief Experience Officer, Dental Health Services Victoria, Australia

5.15pm - 5.30pm
3.2F Electronic Urban Primary Health Centers (eUPHC) - bridging the healthcare service delivery gap through technology
Anupam Sibal, Apollo Hospitals Group, India

Meeting room: M1

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Dr Jaume Duran, Spain | Professor Andrew Garman, United States of America | April McKenzie, Australia | Louise Palmer, Australia | Shweta Ubhayakar, United States of America | Ash Watson, Australia

4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3.3: Addressing inequality and cultural disadvantage: perspectives on improving the health of Indigenous people

4.00pm - 4.15pm
3.3A Transforming institutional racism at an Australian hospital – a case study
Dr Christopher Bourke, Strategic, Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association, Australia

4.15pm - 4.30pm
3.3B Relationship between indigenous health and territory, epidemiological profile and vulnerability, lacunas of networks of attention to indigenous health
Professor Ieda Maria Dias, University of Brasilia, Brazil

4.30pm - 4.45pm
3.3C Integrated care for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients with cardiovascular disease: an innovative urban outreach program
Dr Danielle Harrop, Cardiologist, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Australia
Vivian Bryce, Clinical Nurse Consultant, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Australia

4.45pm - 5.00pm
3.3D The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: a template for improving outcomes for Indigenous people
Janine Mohamed, CEO, Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives (CATSINaM), Australia

5.00pm - 5.15pm
Details coming soon...

5.15pm - 5.30pm
Details coming soon...

Meeting room: M2

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Dr Christopher Bourke, Australia | Vivian Bryce, Australia | Professor Ieda Maria Dias, Brazil | Dr Danielle Harrop, Australia | Janine Mohamed, Australia

4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Concurrent session 3.4: World Health Organization: Hospital transformations on the path to Universal Health

Speakers to be announced soon...

Meeting room: P1

4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3.5: Disruptive forces: turning traditional services models on their head

3.5A Adjusting hospital care with UHC, an inclusive role of hospital association
Dr Kuntjoro Adi Purjanto, President, Indonesian Hospital Association (PERSI), Indonesia

3.5B Challenges and achievements in integrated, patient-centered care in our healthcare system: different healthcare providers working together. Main drivers.
Josep Fusté, Economical Analysis, Studies and Prospection Director, Unió Catalana d’Hospitals, Spain

3.5C Enterprising local hospital operations 
Dr Feliciano John Matibag, Jr., Chief of Hospital II, Local Government Unit- Salvacion Oppus Yniguez Memorial Provincial Hospital,  Philippines

3.5D A New dimension in Cancer Care - Bridging the Gap in Services
Dr Bassim Al Bahrani, Director National Oncology Centre, Royal Hospital, Oman

Meeting room: P2

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Dr Kuntjoro Adi Purjanto, Indonesia | Josep Fusté, Spain | Dr Feliciano John, Jr. Matibag, Philippines

4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3.6: Partnering and leading in our communities: hospitals as change agents - Lessons from the USA

David Olson
Senior Vice President, External Relations and Chief Strategy Officer, Froedtert Health, United States of America

Brian Gragnolati
President and CEO, Atlantic Health System, United States of America

Nancy Agee
President and CEO, Carilion Clinic, United States of America

Eugene Woods
President and Chief Executive Officer, Atrium Health, United States of America

Meeting room: P3 & P4

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Nancy Agee, United States of America | Brian Gragnolati, United States of America | David Olson, United States of America | Rick Pollack, United States of America | Eugene Woods, United States of America

4:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Concurrent Session 3.7: IHF Special Interest Group - University Hospitals: Management of innovation; development and dissemination by University Hospitals. Implications of disruptive innovation

Speakers to be announced soon...

Meeting room: P5

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

IHF General Assembly

Annual meeting of the IHF General Assembly, the formal decision-making body of the International Hospital Federation. All IHF Members are invited to participate.

Meeting room: M3

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Optional Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Dinner

Join us for the unique experience of a dinner surrounded by a forest of koalas at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. 

The evening of Thursday 11 October has no official functions, so if your Australian dream includes getting up close to a koala join us for this special event. This is an optional dinner, and delegates must register via the online registration form to attend. 

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7:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Registration desk open

The registration desk is open for delegates to collect their name badges. 

7:30 AM to 8:30 AM

IHF Governing Council Meeting 2

The Governing Council is the organ charged with the overall governing of the affairs of the International Hospital Federation. This meeting is for Governing Council Members only.

Meeting room: P1

9:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Plenary Session 4.1

Charles Alessi
Chief Clinical Officer, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), United Kingdom

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Charles Alessi, United Kingdom

9:30 AM to 10:00 AM

Plenary Session 4.2

The Hospital Experience of People who are Blind or have Low Vision: How You Can Help

Karen Knight
General Manager Advocacy and Engagement / QLD, NSW & NT Client Services, Vision Australia, Australia

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Karen Knight, Australia

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Panel Session 4

Can value be achieved in high-tech, high-cost systems?

Panellists:

Charles Alessi
Chief Clinical Officer, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), United Kingdom

Karen Knight
General Manager Advocacy and Engagement / QLD, NSW & NT Client Services, Vision Australia, Australia

Dr Liz Mear
Chief Executive, The Innovation Agency, United Kingdom

Further panellists announced soon...

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Charles Alessi, United Kingdom | Karen Knight, Australia | Dr Liz Mear, United Kingdom

11:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Morning tea, exhibition and poster displays

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4.1: Bright sparks: the cutting edge of innovation

11.30am - 11.45am
4.1A Overcoming Barriers to Implementing Evidence Based Care in a Regional Hospital – Implementing ImpACT with Telehealth: The Rockhampton Experience
Professor Louise Cullen, Emergency Physician, Health Improvement Unit, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Australia

11.45am - 12.00pm
4.1B Telemedicine and artificial inteligency (chatbot) as a new model of control
Meritxell Davins, Consorci Sanitari Integral (CSI), Spain

12.00pm - 12.15pm
4.1C Transforming Healthcare Enterprises Using Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
Dr Sapan Desai, Chief Executive Officer, Surgisphere Corporation, United States of America

12.15pm - 12.30pm
4.1D Use of augmented reality through a head-mounted display as a method for surgical navigation: a paradigm shift
Dr Johnny Duerinck, Neurosurgeon, Uz Brussel, Belgium

12.30pm - 12.45pm
4.1E Leveraging standards and technology to improve accuracy and safety of patient care within the ACT Health
Peter O'Halloran, ACT Health, Australia

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Professor Louise Cullen, Australia | Dr Sapan Desai, United States of America | Dr Johnny Duerinck, Belgium

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4.2: Innovation: a building block for quality and value

11.30am - 11.45am
4.2A Providing better quality of care and health access in low resource settings through technological and social innovations
Dr Mohamed El Sahili, Chairman, Medland Health Services, Zambia

11.45am - 12.00pm
4.2B Resilient quality and patient safety and new case manager role work has increased value for patient in Vaasa Central Hospital
Marina Kinnunen, CEO, Vaasa Central Hospital, Finland
Mari Plukka, Quality Manager, Vaasa Central Hospital, Finland

12.00pm - 12.15pm
4.2C AppSalut marketplace - Bringing mobile health to Catalan citizens
Jesús Berdún, Project Manager, TIC Salut Social Foundation, Spain

12.15pm - 12.30pm
4.2D Hospital Transformation at PAKNAMPO, Thailand: Value-Based Digital Platform Design (PAKNAMPO Integrate-Interface (PI-2) Project)
Korpong Rookkapan, Paknampo Hospital Group, Thailand

12.30pm - 12.45pm
4.2E Digital transformation of hospital quality and safety: clinical streaming analytics to improve patient care
Clair Sullivan, Clinical Excellence Division, Queensland Health, Australia

Meeting room: M1

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Jesús Berdún, Spain | Dr Mohamed El Sahili, Zambia | Marina Kinnunen, Finland | Mari Plukka, Finland

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4.3: The power of data: building understanding through better use of data

11.30am - 11.45am
4.3A The Mayo Clinic’s approach to reviewing and improving opioid prescribing practices for surgical patients
Dr Elizabeth Habermann, Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Scientific Director for Surgical Outcomes, Mayo Clinic, United States of America

11.45am - 12.00pm
4.3B Standardizing electronic data capture to improve national healthcare quality in Kazakhstan
Zarina Temekova, Republican Center for Health Development, Kazakhstan

12.00pm - 12.15pm
4.3C From 2,5 million data points to an 80% reduction in the number of resuscitations in a 542 bed acute care
Kathleen Stam, AZ Maria Middelares, Belgium

12.15pm - 12.30pm
4.3D Data driven quality improvement - a focus on action
Clare Delaney, NPS MedicineWise, Australia

Meeting room: M2

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Dr Elizabeth Habermann, United States of America | Kathleen Stam, Belgium

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4.4: Lightning Talks

Just as a bolt of lightning provide illumination in a few moments, these short sharp lightning talks will let you hear about a variety of projects from around the world. If you want the broadest view of key innovations, solutions and achievements from around the world, this session will provide the enlightenment you are seeking.

4.4A Designing health services in the technology age: aligning strategy, organisational architecture and culture
Nicola Callard, Principal Project Officer, Children's Health Queensland, Australia

4.4B Virtual nurse's desk  
Jordi Mitjà Costa, Nurse, Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Spain

4.4C Automated Complaints Tracking System (ACTS)
Enrique Charls Yabut, Department Manager, Hospital Information Management of Quality Management Division, Makati Medical Center, Philippines

4.4D Establishing safe test result management systems - the role of robust governance processes, health information technology and patient engagement 
Professor Andrew Georgiou, Diagnostic Informatics - Stream Leader, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University, Australia

4.4E Mobility solution to bring the Medical Health Record close headboard the bed and improve efficiency, clinical quality and patient satisfaction
Javier Grueso, Consorci Sanitari Integral, Spain

4.4F Interoperability approaches, standards and digital health ecosystem relationships and future impacts
Evelyn Hovenga, Global eHealth Collaborative and eHealth Education, Australia

4.4G Predictive Risk Stratification - Reducing the Burden of Chronic Disease Hospitalisation
Dr Sankalp Khanna, Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO Australian e-Health Research Centre, Australia

4.4H Establishing a platform of Mobile of Health self-monitoring Intervention to Improve Self-Care in Patients With Chronic Heart Failure
Yuan-hui Lai, Assistant Technician, Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan

4.4I Orthopaedic Emergency Referral app: a successful alternative to traditional referral pathways
Kurt Maart, Tygerberg Academic Hospital, South Africa

4.4J Emergency hospital re-presentations and death following initial hospital management for osteoporotic fractures: Using data linkages to look beyond hip fractures
Professor Steven McPhail, Principal Research Fellow, Queensland University of Technology and Metro South Health, Australia

4.4K The value of Special Interest Groups – Empowering those that collect the data to inform healthcare
Chris Moser, Principal Statistical Data Quality Officer, Statistical Services Branch, Queensland Department of Health, Australia

4.4L Digital transformation of the emergency department-inpatient interface (EDii): integration for innovation
Dr Andrew Staib, Co-Director HITEC | Deputy Director and Medical Informatician, Emergency Medicine Princess Alexandra Hospital | Co-Chair QEDSAP | Clinical Excellence Division, Queensland Health

4.4M Live-tracking of Trauma Patients and real-time Hospital Flow and Variation Analysis within the ‘Management Information System’
Martin Wullschleger, Gold Coast University Hospital, Australia

Meeting room: P1

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Nicola Callard, Australia | Jordi Mitjá Costa, Spain | Professor Andrew Georgiou, Australia | Dr Evelyn Hovenga, Australia | Dr Sankalp Khanna, Australia | Yuan-Hui Lai, Taiwan | Professor Steven McPhail, Australia | Chris Moser, Australia | Dr Andrew Staib, Australia | Enrique Charls Yabut, Philippines

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4.5: Making numbers count: getting the most out of big data and artificial intelligence

4.5A The challenges of collecting the data: making sure that AI works on reliable data

4.5B Big Data: Harnessing the Complexity of Cancer 
Dr Xosé Fernández, Chief Data Officer, Institut Curie

4.5C Territory Wide Digital Medication System
Dr Ngai Tseung Cheung, Head of Information Technology and Health Informatics/Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Hospital Authority Head Office, Hong Kong

4.5D A global overview of hospital implementations of ‘Unique Identification and Data Capture’, as important tool for innovation and improvement
Dr Els van der Wilden-van Lier, GS1 Global, Belgium

Meeting room: P2

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Dr Ngai Tseung Cheung, Hong Kong | Dr Xosé Fernández, France | Drs. Els van der Wilden-van Lier, Belgium

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4.6: Visions of the Hospital of the Future

Further presenters announced soon...

Professor Mia Woodruff
Herston Biofabrication Institute, Australia

Dr Lance Lawler
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, Australia

Meeting room: P3 & P4

11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Concurrent Session 4.7: IHF CEO Circle: The IHF CEO Circle Mentorship Program

Speakers to be announced soon...

Meeting room: P5

1:00 PM to 1:45 PM

Lunch, exhibition and poster displays

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level

1:45 PM to 2:15 PM

Plenary Session 5.1

Healthcare Systems: Future Predictions for Global Care. Towards progress, avoiding pitfalls and achieving sustainability 

Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite
Foundation Director, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University, Australia

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite, Australia

2:15 PM to 3:00 PM

Panel Session 5

The bright future for healthcare

Panellists:

Jeffrey Braithwaite
Foundation Director, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University, Australia

Daniel Erasmus
Insight Actuaries, South Africa

Further panellists to be announced soon...

Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC)

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Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite, Australia | Daniël Erasmus, South Africa

3:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Closing Ceremony

The closing ceremony will feature a taste of what is to come in 2019 when the World Hospital Congress moves to Oman as well as a recap on the experiences shared over the last three days.

3:30 PM to 5:00 PM

The Aussie Sundowner

Join the Australian tradition of finishing a Friday with a drink and some great food.

This is your opportunity to experience an authentic Australian BBQ, taste some Australian native foods and meet some real, live Australian animals!

The Aussie Sundowner will also feature prize draws and a few special surprises that are not to be missed.

Exhibition Hall 1, Foyer Level, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

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12:00 AM to 11:55 PM

Departure

Delegates are encouraged to depart Brisbane on Saturday 13 October or later. 

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