Digital Transformation Tech Talk webinars

We run regular webinars for the aged care sector and IT professionals on our digital transformation work. Find out how to register for upcoming webinars, and view our previous webinars.

Upcoming webinars

To register for an upcoming webinar, click on the webinar entry and then the registration link. 

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Previous webinars

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  • view the webinar recording
  • read the transcript
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  • read the questions raised at the webinar and their answers. 

 

  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 25 October 2022

    The Department of Health and Aged Care's Digital Transformation agenda is working to create a better-connected aged care network, that is consolidated, sustainable, automated, and modern. We are inviting the sector to join us for an ongoing conversation. You will have a chance to ask questions.
  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 6 September 2022

    At this webinar the speakers talked about the emerging Government priorities in Aged Care, as well as an update on our progress with the Government Provider Management System (GPMS) and our work in the care funding space.
  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 26 July 2022

    At this webinar the speakers discussed aged care reform and how our digital transformation initiative intends to help the sector create solutions that connect, automate, and modernise the aged care ecosystem.
  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 31 May 2022

    At this webinar the speakers discussed aged care reform and how our digital transformation initiative is approaching co-design, partnering with the Australian Digital Health Agency, undertaking the development of future technical data models, and more.
  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 8 April 2022

    At this webinar the speakers discussed aged care reform and how our digital transformation initiative intends to help the sector create solutions that connect, automate, and modernise the aged care ecosystem.
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