Gold Coast e-health and Community Service Forum - 6 July 2011 Posted on July 19, 2011

The Gold Coast e-health and Community Services Forum held on 6 July 2011 explored how health and community service professionals can benefit from opportunities afforded by the rollout of the National Broadband Network. It also highlighted to need for organisations to review their business models in light of these new opportunities in the digital economy.

The forum was led by RDA Gold Coast and the Primary Care Partnership Council.

Speaker presentations included the following:

David_Ives_NBN_eHealth_Summit_GC_110706b.pdf
e-Health-Forum-BlumensteinVFinal.pdf
NEC_Aged_Care_Presentation.pdf
The_Progress_towards_Teleheath__what_are_the_Business_Implications.pdf
Using_technology_to_improve_GC_health__community_care.pdf

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 Scott Windus, Executive Officer, Regional Development Australia Gold Coast.

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e-health and Community Service participants.

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e-health and Community Service participants.

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e-health and Community Service participants.

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Prof. Peter Croll, Southern Cross University

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Davaid Ives, Gold Coast City Council

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Prof. Michael Blumenstein, Griffith University.

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Marcia Dwonczyk, Gold Coast Primary Care Partnership Council

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David Ives (GCCC), Jeremy Baird (NEC), Scott Windus (RDA Gold Coast), Prof. Michael Blumenstein (GU), Craig Devlin (RDA Gold Coast Committee), Jon Goodman (GPGC), Prof. Peter Croll (SCU).

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e-health and Community Service forum panel.

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RDA Gold Coast faciltating the discussion panel.

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The Mind Map

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