Overview

​New perspectives. New connections. New solutions to solving health care problems. Imagine what the new APAC Forum could spark.

 

Presented by IHI and Ko Awatea, this event is designed specifically for the Asia Pacific (APAC) region and will ignite new ideas on how to enhance value, safety, and integration in the changing landscape of health care. You’ll have the unique opportunity to share methods, stories, and successes with health care leaders from around the world and learn how to “better your best.” Reserve your spot today to be part of this dynamic, inspiring event. Watch this brief video to learn more about this exciting programme.
 

We hope you will join us in Auckland, New Zealand, on 19–21 September, to spark new ideas around the role of health care in today’s changing environment. Together, we’ll concentrate on building a seamless health care experience for providers, payors, and of course, patients.

 

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​Continuing Professional Development

This conference is endorsed by the Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM) according to approved criteria. Attendance attracts 8 Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points as part of ACHSM’s CPD Programme if delegates attend the two-day General Conference programme only or 14 CPD points if attendance includes one of the pre-conference intensives along with the General Conference.

​Who Should Attend

  • Front-line staff

  • Quality Staff

  • Safety Professionals

  • Physicians

  • Nurses

  • Medical and health professions students

  • Leadership

  • Primary Clinicians and Providers

 

ACHSM recognizes this development activity as providing an appropriate structure and design for its target audience. The content is deemed to be relevant and current for the development needs of health managers.

 

​What You'll Learn

Participants in this program will:

  • Recognize habits that support patient-centred care, and will learn to apply basic principles for improving them
  • Develop an understanding of how to transform an organization
  • Identify elements for creating a culture of change that will lead to continuous improvement
  • Discuss ways to reduce suffering and improve health worldwide