Health, ageing and social services

Health, ageing and social services

QLD
Aug 16
In 2018 CEDA continues to investigate linkages between health, ageing and social services to inform further integration of systems, workforces and care. 
 

Speakers

The Hon. Dr Steven Miles MP, State Minister for Health and Ambulance Services
Mary Delahunty, Head of Impact, HESTA
Jacqueline Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, Lutheran Services
David Swain, Chair, Community Services Industry Alliance

Event overview

The second event in CEDA’s 2018 Health series in Queensland presents further analysis and new thinking on the integration of health, ageing and social services.

Our ability to fund and deliver services and the wellness of individuals and society depend on increasing productivity, employing new technology and changing how we think about care.  The future will require the delivery of services to more Australians than ever before in an environment of constrained funding.  How will the challenge be met?

Join CEDA’s senior audience to hear State Minister for Health and Ambulance Services, the Hon. Dr Steven Miles plans for Queensland, and from a panel of those informing new thinking with new data and creating critical linkages between health, ageing and social services.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Dr Steven Miles MP
State Minister for Health and Ambulance Services

Elected to Parliament in 2015 Dr Miles has previously served as Minister for Environment and the Great Barrier Reef, managed his own small business and advised Government.  He is responsible for Queensland’s $16 billion health portfolio.

Meet the panel

Mary Delahunty
Head of Impact, HESTA

HESTA’s 800,000 members informed their recent research project quantifying the flow of workers between health, ageing and community services.  Mary has held senior roles in financial services and is a Councillor and former Mayor of Glen Eira City Council in Victoria.

Jacqueline Kelly
Chief Executive Officer, Lutheran Services

Jacqueline leads work to deliver aged care, retirement living and services to those with disabilities or experiencing domestic violence.   She advocates for more diverse strategies to address complex issues facing Australians and is a member of CEDA’s State Advisory Council in Queensland. 

David Swain
Chair, Community Services Industry Alliance

David is a founding director of the Community Services Industry Alliance and serves on the Queensland Government’s Child and Family Reform Stakeholder Advisory Group. A strong advocate for community service industry reform, David has held senior positions across sectors.

Meet the moderator

Dan Harradine
Partner, Policy, Programs and Evaluation, KPMG

Dan has led healthcare system reform and improvement across multiple jurisdictions. He has worked in the public and private sectors, advised Premiers, Ministers and Directors-General and is KPMG’s lead health partner in Queensland and the Northern Territory.

Supported by CEDA members

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