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Join us at our final Branch Forum for 2016 where we will hear from Alison Hardacre, Co-CEO of HealthKit!

Thursday, 27 Oct 2016

The health sector is one of the last industries to be digitised, but technology and industry changes mean the sector is on the cusp of rapid digitisation in Australia and globally. However, the health sector is highly complex and patient safety is paramount, which means that it may be more difficult to build sustainable disruptive technologies in healthcare. Where are the opportunities for healthcare IT to innovate and make a genuine difference in the health sector?

Join us on Tuesday 15 November as we hear from the 2015 Victorian Pearcey Entrepreneur Award Winner Alison Hardacre, as she takes us on her entrepreneurial journey and discusses where there are genuine opportunities in the global healthcare for technology innovation.



Date:Tuesday 15 November, 2016
Time:5:45pm registration for a 6:00pm start
Venue:     Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC), South Wharf


Alison Hardacre, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of HealthKit

Alison Hardacre
Alison Hardacre is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of HealthKit, a global health platform for patients and practitioners, providing practice management software to private practices customised to any profession and health system, and integrated services to patients and consumers, such as searchable directories and patient portals to track patient health.

In three years, HealthKit has become largest of the top practice management software providers in Australia and it is also one of the most used directories in Australia.  With practitioners and patients in 40 countries, HealthKit is focused on international growth and expansion across customer and geographic markets.

Prior to founding HealthKit, Alison held executive strategy and management roles in banking and health insurance. Alison is a former Young Australian of the Year for health and community service, and has served as a director of the National Suicide Prevention Board, the Stronger Families and Communities Partnership, and Scope. Alison speaks five Asian languages and holds Arts, Law and MBA degrees.

Alison was awarded the Victorian Pearcey Entrepreneur Award in 2015 and was named one of the Top 50 Australian and New Zealand Women in Tech 2016.

For more information and to register, please click here.