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Leaders Roundtable: Do You Have the Right Collaborative Healthcare Strategy?

The healthcare industry has undergone a significant transformation amidst the crises of the past few years.

With rapid technology adoption, changes in business processes, and shifts in the mindset of clinicians, administrative staff, and patients, the priorities of healthcare providers have evolved. In the past year, organisations have shifted their focus towards implementing innovative measures to improve systemic efficiency, reducing costs to manage resource sprawl, and enhancing employee experience to improve retention rates.

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As virtual care becomes increasingly mainstream, the healthcare system is poised to realise the benefits of a collaborative healthcare model. Collaborative care has emerged as a key enabler for achieving the top business priorities in healthcare.

What collaborative care strategy works best? Has your organisation adopted hybrid care – in-person consultations supplemented by virtual care? What will make patients adopt virtual visits? With the proliferation of technology, how can you make it easier for clinicians and administrators to access the right technology to provide better care?

Join me and your industry peers for this Executive Leaders discussion where we will discuss the biggest challenges facing healthcare delivery today; how patient and employee expectations are shaping the future of healthcare; and the need to keep virtual visits simple and seamless.

Rockpool Bar and Grill Sydney
66 Hunter St, Sydney NSW 2000,
NSW, NSW 2000 Australia
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Sash Mukherjee
VP Industry Insights,


Zoom Video Communications, Inc. is an American communications technology company headquartered in San Jose, California. It provides videotelephony and online chat services through a cloud-based peer-to-peer software platform used for video communications (Meetings), messaging (Chat), voice calls (Phone), conference rooms for video meetings (Rooms), virtual events (Events) and contact centers (Contact Center), and offers an open platform allowing third-party developers to build custom applications on its unified communications platform (Developer Platform)