Thursday 5 February, 2018

After an overwhelmingly positive response to last year’s event, we’re pleased to announce the Health Metrics World Conference will again be held in Melbourne this year, July 26 & 27 at Crown Conference Centre.

The conference theme is Digital Transformation for Health and Ageing.  In an increasingly challenging environment for providers of care, the event will showcase the very latest in thinking and technology, products and systems. The outcome will be a more informed buying group – one of increased confidence regarding solutions for the Residential Aged Care, Home Care, Retirement Village, Disability and Community Health sectors.

Ideas will be explored and case-studies shared.  A stimulating program is being developed with speakers who are leaders in their field as well as eclectic and lateral ‘thinkers’ aiming to inspire the attendees to think beyond the analogue paradigms.


We want to hear from industry leaders and service-providers, who can share their experiences on the front lines of digital transformation.

We’re looking for business and technology leaders to share lessons learned and recommendations that will help our conference attendees to formulate, implement and manage their own organisations’ digital strategies with respect to enabling technologies, business-process innovation and organisational alignment.

The modern care business needs to able to navigate: The Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, Application modernisation and complexity, Uberisation (Disruption), Infrastructure Advancement, Mobility, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, changing demographics, Predictive and Preventative Analytics, Block Chain…just to name a few.

All these organisations are now faced with Digital Transformation. This is an opportunity but the stakes are high. Get it right and be rewarded. Get it wrong and be burdened.

If you’re interested in speaking out our conference, please visit our event website for more information on submitting an abstract.  Submissions close March 6.  For conference enquiries call 1300 810 119.


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