Sunset in Sydney with Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House in the background.

MSIA 2016 Summit

Thursday 17 November 2016 – L’Aqua, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney, NSW

Summit Venue

Situated on the rooftop of Cockle Bay Wharf and only a moment’s walk to the CBD, L'Aqua is one of Sydney's most prestigious event venues.

L’Aqua
Cockle Bay Wharf
Sydney NSW 2000
W: http://docksidegroup.com.au/venues/laqua
P: 1300 117 118

Accommodation

Park Royal Darling Harbour
150 Day St, Sydney NSW 2000
P: 02 9261 1188

The Park Royal Darling Harbour is a short walk from L’Aqua.

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Registration Fees

The MSIA 2016 Summit is free of charge for member companies and their registered nominees

Special Guest

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The Hon. Michael Kirby

International Keynote

Dr Khaled el emam

Dr Khaled el Emam

Special Presentations

Gary Blair

Gary Blair

Tim Kelsey

Tim Kelsey

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Zoran Bolevich

Sydney Harbour

David Healy

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Liara Tutina

Accreditation Panel

Panel Discussion - “Is it time for the medical software accreditation? A discussion on the pros and cons and next steps”

The medical software industry is a comparatively new industry and does not have accreditation for members of organisations like the MSIA which represents most medical software providers in Australia. The industry is growing and getting more professional and accreditation would provide a benchmark for our clients which currently use software based on need and their experience. We would like the discussion to provide the basis for a Whitepaper into the accreditation of our industry.

Neville Board

Neville Board

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Frank Pyefinch

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Curtis Ruhnau

Penny Browne

Penny Browne

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Georgie Haysom

Private Health Insurance Panel

Panel Discussion - “ The Digital Eco-system in Australia – How can the Private Health Insurers and Medical Software Industry work more closely to make health as seamless as banking and give people greater autonomy and responsibility for their health?”

The call for Australians to take more responsibility for their health is bipartisan and makes sense when there are so many tools available. The Private Health Insurance industry is facing higher claims and still lacks the visibility that would be needed to intervene earlier and avoid hospital admissions that are in no ones interest. This panel will discuss where they see the digital health market going, what opportunities there are and whether that will lead to greatest cross industry collaboration.

Cindy Shay

Cindy Shay

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Isobel Frean

Andrew Wilson

Dr Andrew Wilson