WEBINAR | What a Changing Health Care Sector Means for your Organisation
10:00 am - 11:15 am Tuesday 26 March 2019
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In Australia and globally healthcare is being disrupted and reimagined, requiring providers to consider new business and clinical models in order to drive sustainability and growth.
Based on Cathy See’s successful workshops this webinar explores the new opportunities available to Health NGOs in this changing landscape, from fundraising to strategic partnerships and building trust with stakeholders. This program has been specifically designed to engage senior management and board members in a program of development that is responsive to their needs.
No matter the size of your organisation, or your current models of care, your Board and team need to be considering the impact of these trends and patterns in the context of your own communities of interest.
Emerging influences include:
- Shifting reimbursement models
- Alternate partnerships and alliances
- Experiences over service delivery
- A changing cultural landscape
- New integrated models of care
- A shift for services providers as ‘navigators’ not just experts in care
- Technology as an enabler
Join us for an informative, authoritative presentation and an interactive discussion to explore the opportunities and challenges ahead.
DATE: 26 March 2018
TIME: 10.00am – 11.15am (AEST – Brisbane)
11.00am – 12.15am (AEDT – Sydney & Melbourne)
COST: $60 (inc. GST)
LOCATION: This is an online event
Information on how to access the webinar will be provided once registration is complete.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Catherine See began her professional career in health care as a nurse, clinical teacher, quality manager and later senior leader. She then broadened her role as a leader and policy advisor in other professional service environments; completing most of her Doctoral research studies in Private Law Firms across Queensland. She has a particular interest in how leadership and strategy is configured in service environments and has worked extensively coaching senior executives in building leadership capability.
Catherine provides advice in relation to strategy; business design; talent management and HR frameworks; engagement and communication; change and capability management across public and private organisational environments. She has worked alongside BoardConnect to deliver innovative programs for the support of Palliative Care Organisations and the Health Sector more broadly.
Catherine’s most recent projects have ranged from the provision of individual executive coaching in relation to strategy and governance to the design of organisation-wide capability development and career management frameworks in large corporate environments. She is also a research fellow in a large Dementia Research Centre focusing on Australia-wide Aged Care programs; and works closely with Aged Care providers to respond to complex challenges as our population ages globally. She has strong research interests in strategy and governance; talent management; organisational change management and leadership. Catherine partners with a range of specialists from many disciplines to ensure success for her clients.