Australian Telehealth Conference 2018

Clevertar is pleased to announce that it is participating in the Australian Telehealth Conference to be held in Sydney. The event will run across two days on the 11th and 12th of April at the Novatel Sydney Central and focuses on the evolving world of virtual care with a focus on design thinking in healthcare.

The conference is expected to draw the interest delegates from across the healthcare sector, both in private business and government departments. Headlining the event will presentations from Professor Trish Greenhalgh of the University of Oxford, Tim Kelsey from the Australian Digital Health Agency and Professor Jane Burns of Innowell.

Clevertar will be represented as both an exhibitor and a presenter in the session on ‘The promise of emerging platforms- and New Assistive Technologies – incorporating into service design’. Clevertar will be contributing to the session titled: Virtual Care and Telehealth Platforms. Presenting for Clevertar will be Consumer Engagement Manager Tim Hawke and Marketing and Solutions Manager Matt Francis.

The presentation, titled ‘Relational agents – A better way of engaging consumers’ will focus specifically on the exciting work that Clevertar is undertaking in chronic condition management; with multiple projects taking place around the country. Exemplars such as a digital mental health coach in anxiety and depression, or chronic heart failure and even chronic pain will be presented.

An exciting development the team will be sharing at ATC, is that the Clevertar platform is now available for use by enterprises wishing to design their own programs. In their presentation, Matt and Tim will discuss how enterprises can leverage the platform to deliver services to their consumers in a way they never thought possible, all whilst gaining data that give true population level health insights.

ATC promises to be an exciting and insightful event for those involved in telehealth and virtual care and Clevertar is excited to display its new platform and demonstrate its capabilities.

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