With so much growth predicted for the Greater Western Sydney and Australia's ageing population, what can we expect from the Medical and Healthcare Industry?
At this event you will:
Get up to date on the emerging trends that are redefining Australia's and Greater Western Sydney's healthcare sector.
Understand the clear trend lines and their implications.
Learn what the rest of the decade will hold as we approach 2030.
Discover what opportunities there are to engage effectively with the growing healthcare demands across the medical and healthcare industry
Be inspired as you hear about local global brand, ResMed?s role in a globally distributed innovation and manufacturing network.
Get your questions answered by our panelists:
Brenda Mullins | VP Global Manufacturing & Engineering, ResMed,
Mark McCrindle | McCrindle Research
Cynthia Payne | Anchor Excellence
Mayor Dr Michelle Bryne | Hills Shire Council
Our Guest Speakers: Brendan Mullins | Vice President Global Manufacturing & Engineering, ResMed
Brendan leads ResMed's globally distributed manufacturing network centred on its innovation and manufacturing hub in Bella Vista. Founded in Sydney 30 years ago as a pioneer in the treatment of sleep apnea, today ResMed has revenue of over US$2.5B pa, employees 7,500 people and is the world?s leading software-driven medical device company with over 4 billion nights of respiratory medical data and 9 million connectable medical devices in 120 countries.
Mark McCrindle | McCrindle Research The Future of the Healthcare Landscape Now and Toward 2030; what are the implications for Greater Western Sydney?
Demographic data indicates a picture of an ever-changing Australia. To engage effectively with the growing healthcare demands across the medical and healthcare industry, we need to understand the clear trend lines and their implications. In this session, social researcher Mark McCrindle will look at the key emerging trends that are redefining Australia's and Greater Western Sydney's healthcare sector. With so much growth predicted for the Greater Western Sydney and Australia's ageing population, what can we expect from the Medical and Healthcare Industry? His session will deliver analysis of the changes and future forecasts on what the rest of the decade will hold as we approach 2030.
Cynthia Payne | Anchor Excellence Cynthia is a recognised aged care services specialist, with more than 28 years of executive leadership, director and board experience, in both not-for-profit and private organisations. Cynthia is both Administrator and Advisor, and leads Anchor Excellence’s Compliance Transformation Services, business mentoring and executive coaching services. Cynthia’s experience in a leading private aged care group of 11 homes and a home care service for over 15 years enables her to evaluate businesses and provide expertise to support turnaround, change and growth.
Dr Michelle Byrne | Mayor Hills Shire Council Dr Michelle Byrne is the first-ever popularly elected Mayor of The Hills Shire Council and will remain in office until the September election in 2020.
Dr Michelle Byrne has led a distinguished career in both public and private sectors. Michelle was first elected to The Hills Shire Council in 2018 Local government elections and by 2011 had been elected Deputy Mayor. She remains the youngest ever Mayor of The Hills Shire – a title she received when she was elected Mayor in September 2012 at the age of 32. Thanks to Our Hosts Fiddler