Ignite Melbourne

Melbourne
July 26th, 2019
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Agenda

In Melbourne, we will be hosted by our member Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI).

Roundtable topics are based on member interest and an opportunity to explore the local ecosystem

How to build effective partnerships in digital health - understanding what partners want: e.g., Pharma, Payers, Retail Pharmacies, Health Insurers, and Government  

Through your own experience building partnerships in digital health, what are the learnings you can share with others? How should one think about approaching a potential partnerships - what are the key ingredients in a suitable and good partner, how does one determine success parameters together, what are the challenges of partnering in healthcare?

Building a clinical validation model for digital health assets

Testing digital health technology developed by start-ups in a relevant setting is crucial to determining the impact on patients and potential for adoption by clinicians. Demonstration of evidence-based health outcomes is crucial for their long-term success. Innovators need to be informed of the steps and standards they need to follow to test their technology and generate evidence that is relevant and evaluated consistently to support provider and payer decision-making.





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Leading the Round Tables

James Dromey
Chief Operating Officer at Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
Bronwyn LeGrice
Managing Director, CEO, ANDHealth
Matthias Essenpreis
Chief Technology Officer, Roche
Chandana Fitzgerald
Chief Medical Officier, HealthXL
Rob Grenfell
Director - Health and Biosecurity, CSIRO
Sam Holt
CEO, MCRI AllergyPal

In Melbourne, we will be hosted by our member Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI).

Roundtable topics are based on member interest and an opportunity to explore the local ecosystem

How to build effective partnerships in digital health - understanding what partners want: e.g., Pharma, Payers, Retail Pharmacies, Health Insurers, and Government  

Through your own experience building partnerships in digital health, what are the learnings you can share with others? How should one think about approaching a potential partnerships - what are the key ingredients in a suitable and good partner, how does one determine success parameters together, what are the challenges of partnering in healthcare?

Building a clinical validation model for digital health assets

Testing digital health technology developed by start-ups in a relevant setting is crucial to determining the impact on patients and potential for adoption by clinicians. Demonstration of evidence-based health outcomes is crucial for their long-term success. Innovators need to be informed of the steps and standards they need to follow to test their technology and generate evidence that is relevant and evaluated consistently to support provider and payer decision-making.





Apply to Attend

Leading the Round Tables

James Dromey
Chief Operating Officer at Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
Bronwyn LeGrice
Managing Director, CEO, ANDHealth
Matthias Essenpreis
Chief Technology Officer, Roche
Chandana Fitzgerald
Chief Medical Officier, HealthXL
Rob Grenfell
Director - Health and Biosecurity, CSIRO
Sam Holt
CEO, MCRI AllergyPal