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ITAC 2012 - Smart Technology for Modern Aged Care: delivering change

 
 
   

The ITAC 2012 organising committee invites you to participate in the 5th Annual Information Technology in Aged Care Conference to be held 19 and 20 April 2012 at the Melbourne Park Function Centre. The theme of the conference, Smart Technology for Modern Aged Care: delivering change emphasises the importance of information technology in establishing a sustainable, quality focused aged care environment. The conference will bring together local and international experts across the fields of community care, medication management, assistive technologies and offsite information systems delivery. These critical aged care topics will be discussed from a practical perspective, highlighting the information we need to know now to better manage and design aged care service delivery. Showcase your products and services to a highly influential audience. We look forward to your participation in ITAC 2012.

ITAC 2012 will provide key content and opportunities for individuals and organisations with an interest in the aged care sector. International and national experts will present on a range of topics related to the conference theme. Presentations will also focus on the broad business and strategic issues facing an industry dealing with multiple challenges in an environment of substantial reform.

ITAC 2012 theme of Smart Technology for Modern Aged Care: delivering change incorporate the following information streams:

  • Total cost of Ownership - a better business case
  • Workforce redesign and the required changes needed to current policy settings
  • Smart Technology? case studies from providers
  • Technology - real savings or a myth?
  • The Adoption of Smart Technology in Australia
  • Can your business survive without an IT Strategy?
  • Business Redesign - configuring work processes
  • Internal IT systems set up by providers
  • Innovative and Assistive Technology uses for Community and Rural Service Provision

ITAC attracts a broad range of aged care managers and care providers including:

  • Operational staff

  • Carers

  • Chief Executive Officers

  • Directors of Nursing

  • Operation Directors and Managers

  • Chief Information Officers

  • Industry Partners

  • Healthcare Administrators

  • Government policy makers – Federal and State

  • Hostel Supervisors

  • Care Managers

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Dates

Thu 19 Apr 2012 - Fri 20 Apr 2012 (All day)


Location

Melbourne Park Function Centre
Melbourne, Victoria VIC 3001
Australia


Contact

Name Jane Murray
Phone T: 08-9405 7171 M: 0413 626 021
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Created 22nd February 2012

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