AmCham, together with the University of Sydney Business School, will be holding a breakfast event on the 7th of November to discuss the future of our healthcare systems.
The event will be $79 for AmCham members or $99 for non-members. Follow the link at the bottom of the page to register.
Panelists will include:
Danny O’Connor: a health administrator responsible for running one of Australia’s most complex health districts. Danny currently serves on the Boards of the Western Sydney Local Health District Board (ex-officio), Westmead Millennium Institute, NSW HealthShare, Westmead Medical Research Foundation, WentWest Primary Health Network.
Dr Andrew Pesce is one of Sydney’s leading Obstetricians and a former president of the Australian Medical Association. He is a director of Lorica Health, which leads in health performance data analysis in the health sector, providing data to private health insurers, private hospitals, and the Department of Health. He is also a medical adviser to BUPA.
Brett Holmes is the Secretary of one of Australia’s largest unions: the NSW Nurses and Midwives Association and Branch Secretary of the ANMF NSW Branch – which represents the industrial and professional interests of 63,000 nurses, midwives and assistants in nursing in New South Wales.