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A tiny medical lab
in your own home
A syringe that
changes colour
when it’s
been used
A watch that monitors heart
rate and blood oxygen levels
A social network for patients in hospital
A ‘smart hospital’
that offers services
through phones
A wine bar for terminally ill patients
A shirt that detects epileptic
seizures and calls a doctor
A hospital door handle that also
cleans your hands
DNA analysis
that lets a
doctor tailor
drugs to each
patient
Photo: Eric Lewis
“How can I
get this
now?”
“How do I do
this?”
“Have you
got this in
black?”
“Didn’t you employ
knowledge workers for
their knowledge?”
- Dr. Nicky Howe
{
Gihan Perera
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World
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The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World

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Private hospitals in Australia face increasing pressure and challenges, and need to constantly change, grow and innovate to remain viable. This presentation shows some of the biggest challenges private hospitals face, what's happening elsewhere in the world, and what they can do to stay ahead.

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The Future of Private Hospital Healthcare in our Fast, Flat and Free World

  1. 1. A tiny medical lab in your own home
  2. 2. A syringe that changes colour when it’s been used
  3. 3. A watch that monitors heart rate and blood oxygen levels
  4. 4. A social network for patients in hospital
  5. 5. A ‘smart hospital’ that offers services through phones
  6. 6. A wine bar for terminally ill patients
  7. 7. A shirt that detects epileptic seizures and calls a doctor
  8. 8. A hospital door handle that also cleans your hands
  9. 9. DNA analysis that lets a doctor tailor drugs to each patient
  10. 10. Photo: Eric Lewis
  11. 11. “How can I get this now?”
  12. 12. “How do I do this?”
  13. 13. “Have you got this in black?”
  14. 14. “Didn’t you employ knowledge workers for their knowledge?” - Dr. Nicky Howe
  15. 15. { Gihan Perera

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