Oct-21 2:30pm Zoom: Australia-Israel Innovation Summit

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COVID-19 has prompted a reimagining of how healthcare should be delivered…an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce event

The pandemic has been a catalyst for accelerated digital transformation across the sector and is expected to have a profound impact on the trajectory of healthcare innovation globally. Israel’s digital health ecosystem is globally recognised for its vibrant start-up sector, multinational industry R&D hubs, hospital and HMO innovation accelerators and leading research institutes.

As the global healthcare sector navigates its future, hear insights from Australian leaders NSW Health Secretary Elizabeth Koff, Steven Rubic, Chief Executive Officer Healthscope and Medibank Managing Director Craig Drummond in conversation with Israeli healthcare innovation leaders Dr Eyal Zimlichman, Deputy Director Sheba Medical Centre, Tamar Raz, Chief Executive Officer Hadassit and Yossi Bahagon, Managing Partner Qure Ventures. The discussion will be moderated by Susan Jones, Special Counsel, Gilbert+Tobin.

Plenary Sessions, Panel Discussions, Virtual Israeli Tech Exhibition and More

 Together with the future of healthcare stream the Summit features in-depth plenary sessions, panel discussions, virtual meetings and sector-specific roundtables in other key areas including cyber security, artificial intelligence, water resilience and the workplace of the future. There will also be a virtual exhibition featuring ground-breaking Israeli tech companies. And our Summit platform will also allow you to interact with other Summit delegates and exhibitors through virtual chat and private meetings.

All live and online from the comfort of your home or office.

Secure your place now for this unique, not to be missed event.

October 21 2:30pm

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