Healthtech Week 2018

12-13 June : Overview

Tuesday 12 & Wednesday 13 June 2018 | Aotea Centre

New Zealand's healthcare sector benefits greatly from the growing number of people who work across the board range of Medical Technologies.  Stakeholders are focused upon providing New Zealanders with healthier lives while while building an innovative health care sector.

Join the important discussions regarding future trends, NZ market access, regulations for medical technology.

Programme - Tuesday 12th June 2018

Please check back for updates to the programme.  CLICK HERE download the current programme.

Start End TUESDAY 12TH JUNE 2018 Speaker
07.30 08.30 Registration Open (Lower NZI)
Exhibition Open and Welcome Refreshments (Upper NZI)
 
08.30 08.40 Welcome and Opening Remarks (Lower NZI 2&3) Erin Currie, Country Manager Olympus NZ, Chair - MTANZ Board 

Dr Diana Siew, Associate Director MedTech CoRE & Co-Chair of CMDT
    Opening Keynote International speakers
Invited speakers will highlight disruptive technologies and how they may be integrated into the health system and the challenges being faced to introduce new means of delivering healthcare.
 
08.40 08.50 Opening Remarks Andrew Patterson, Conference Moderator
08.50 09.50 Ask Doctor Google
How Google helped Chile to streamline and share private and public data.
Aashima Gupta, Global Head, Google Web Services Healthcare
09.50 10.20 Sharecare – If Digital Health was like ‘Online Banking’ Riaan Rheeder, Sharecare
10.20 10.50 MORNING TEA AND EXHIBITOR NETWORKING  
    The draft Therapeutic Products Legislation is expected to be released for consultation in 2018. This will profoundly change the MedTech industry with a registration process and associated costs. What could the legislation look like?
10.50 11.20 Regulations Update:  Proposed Therapeutic Products Legislation Chris James, Group Manager – Medsafe Ministry of Health
 11.20 11.50 International Trends in Device Regulations Brian Kersten, International Regulatory Affairs Director, Abbott USA
11.50 12.00 Clinical Trials in NZ – Report from Monday’s NZ Research & Clinical Trials Opportunities Forum Professor John Windsor, Associate Director of MedTech CoRE & Director Surgical Translationary Research Centre, Auckland
12.00 12.30 District Health Boards’ Procurement Strategy Dr Kevin Snee, CEO, Hawkes Bay DHB
12.30 13.30 LUNCH AND EXHIBITOR NETWORKING  
13.30 14.00 Procurement: The unexpected driver of value-based healthcare
Gabriela Prada,  MD, Strategist, Health Policy Systems, Global Government Affairs, Medtronic
14.00 14.30 A Panel of Healthcare Leaders will discuss the importance of procurement processes that can support innovative solutions to improve healthcare efficiencies. Can procurement policy be used effectively to introduce innovative medical technology to deliver improved efficiencies and patient outcomes? What part does the clinician play in the procurement process?

Panellists
Megan Main, CEO, NZ Health Partnerships
Andrea Pettett, CEO, NZ Orthopaedic Association
Dr Kevin Snee, CEO, Hawkes Bay District Health Board
 
14.30 14.40 Renaissance of the NZ Health Innovation Hub
Andrew Old, Chief of Strategy, Participation and Improvement, Auckland DHB
 14.40 14.55 Digital Breaths Professor Merryn Tawhai, DIrector, MedTech CoRE, Deputy Director, Auckland Bioengineering Institute
 14.55 15.10 Gaming for Cognitive Health Marcus King, Distinguished Engineer, Callaghan Innovation
15.10 15.40 AFTERNOON TEA AND EXHIBITOR NETWORKING  
    Health outcomes that matter to patients over the cost of delivering the outcomes equals Value-Based Health Care (VBHC). HealthTech Week continues to explore VBHC and welcomes panellists to update international and local progress.  
 15.40 16.40 Dr Lloyd McCann - Chief Executive Officer for Mercy Radiology and Clinics

Thorsten Engel - National Leader Health Sector, Partner, Deloitte

Juliet Hull – General Manager Johnson & Johnson Medical NZ

Natalie Lawandi - Senior Manager, Healthcare Economics & Reimbursement, Medtronic Australasia
 
 16.40 17.10 Patient Perspectives
Healthcare users will talk about their personal experiences with medical technology and the implications of changing technology on their quality of life. What is important to the patient to enable them to engage in a fulfilling and productive life?
 
 17.10 17.20 Summary of the Day Andrew Patterson, Conference Moderator
 17.20 19.00 MedTech Fair & Welcome Reception
MedTech Fair at which MTANZ members and clinicians will demonstrate currently used Medical Devices and encourage hands on participation by delegates. These will include surgical procedures (delegates may try their hand at one), demonstrating devices and outlining integrated programmes.
 
 19.30   James & Wells, MTANZ Innovation Award & Gala Dinner
Auckland Art Gallery
Guest Speaker: Professor Dr Stuart Gowland, Urologist, Canterbury DHB Building a Mobile Surgery Service
Guest Speaker Professor Dr Stuart Gowland, Urologist Canterbury
*Some invited speakers are not yet confirmed & programme is subject to change.

Programme - Wednesday 13th June 2018

Start End WEDNESDAY 13TH JUNE 2018 Speaker
08.00 09.00 Registration Open (Lower NZI)
Exhibition Open and Welcome Refreshments (Upper NZI)
 
08.20 08.30 Welcome Back and Opening Remarks Andrew Patterson, Conference Moderator
08.30 09.00 Economic Perspective on the NZ Economy and flow on to Healthcare Shamubeel Eaqub – Partner, Sense Partners
09.00 10.00 Amazon increasingly is turning its attention to Healthcare. In NZ where Amazon’s impact to date is modest are there ways the web and technology giant can help? Patrick Combes, Global Technical Leader – Healthcare & Life Sciences, Amazon Web Services
    The Minister of Health will update and comment on the NZ Health Strategy and future reforms of Healthcare.  
10.00 10.30 Hon Dr David Clark, Minister for Health and Associate Minister of Finance  
10.30 11.00 MORNING TEA AND EXHIBITOR NETWORKING  
11.00 11.30 What does 21st Century procurement mean? Colin Hui – General Manager Procurement, NZ Health Partnerships Ltd
 11.30 12.15

Trends in NZ Supply Chain Management. An expert panel discusses how the supply chain for healthcare in NZ is adapting to the evolving procurement landscape.

Angela Morley, Waikato DHB
Cushla Currie, Commercial Relationship Manager (Health), OneLink
Michael Broome, Executive GM, Healthcare Logistics
Peter Stephens, CEO GS1 NZ
Andrew Heggie, Johnson & Johnson

 
12.15 13.00 District Health Boards (DHB) Aligning Clinical Practice with the Pharmaceutical Schedule
Medical Devices are to be assessed by PHARMAC for procurement by DHBs. The role of Clinical Product Co-ordinators (CPC) will need to evolve towards integrating listed devices into procedures/paths of care, ensuring alignment across DHBs. Can there be a national process for transitioning DHBs to contracted devices they desire or are required to procure from the Schedule?

Panellists
Colin Hui – GM Procurement , NZ Health Partnerships Ltd
PHARMAC
Elaine Jones – Wellington CPC
Andrew Hickey – CEO, Intermed Medical
 
13.00 14.00 LUNCH AND EXHIBITOR NETWORKING  
 14.00 14.40 A view from Southern Cross on the future of Healthcare in NZ and the impact of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) can have on that future Dr Stephen Child, Chief Medical Officer, Southern Cross Healthcare
    How will PHARMAC’s ambitious targets impact access for devices and procedures?

PHARMAC is aiming to achieve significant savings for Vote Health in medical devices, and to create systems to enable effective and fair allocation of resources across all medicines and medical device technologies. Will these dramatic changes have an affect on non Vote Health and private providers? How can these groups work together to deliver Value Based Healthcare?
 
14.20 14.40 PHARMAC Update Sarah Fitt, Chief Executive, PHARMAC
14.40 15.10 Can Public and Private Hospitals work together to deliver Value Based Healthcare?

Sarah Fitt, CEO, PHARMAC
Dr Stephen Child, CMO, Southern Cross Healthcare
Graham Dyer, Head of Provider Service Delivery ACC
Dr Lloyd McCann, CEO, Mercy Radiology & Clinics
Pieter Wijnhoud, CEO, OBEX Medical
 
 15.30   Summary and Close  
 15.30 16.00 Refreshments prior to MTANZ AGM (Lower NZI Foyer)  
 16.00 17.30 MTANZ AGM (Members Only)  
 17.30 18.30 Networking drinks with MedTech CoRE delegates (Lower NZI Foyer)  
*Some invited speakers are not yet confirmed & programme is subject to change.

Contact Information

For REGISTRATION queries please contact:

Victoria Jantke
Medical Technology Association of NZ
Tel:+64 9 917 3645
Fax:+64 9 917 3651
Email:  victoria@mtanz.org.nz

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Aotea Centre
50 Mayoral Drive
Auckland City
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

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