From the web site at 6pm, November 18, 2010.
The e-Health Conference: Revolutionising Australia’s Health Care is a key event for stakeholders interested in electronic health and telemedicine.
The two-day Melbourne conference will draw together leading health experts, clinicians, consumer representatives, health administrators and information technology specialists to explore the future of e-Health in Australia.
The conference is designed as a forum for stakeholders across the sector to listen and discuss the PCEHR system and the Australian Government’s plans to prepare our health system for tomorrow’s challenges.
Announcing the conference, the Minister for Health and Ageing, Nicola Roxon, said the Government wanted to bring stakeholders together to “ensure that there is detailed discussion about the implementation plans leading to broader community consultation”.
Priority registration: RSVP close-of-business Thursday 18th November.
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Guess what the link points to applying as a Media Rep.!
One can only say..WTF!
This comment (from the earlier blog) is just wonderful:
Hey, this is an invitee only conference for 400 people. They probably won't have much of a program because it's billed as being something where the attendees do all the work, all the think and all the talk. Then the people from the guvmint will collect all the ideas say thanks and go away to digest them.
Then a big document will be produced with everyone's name at the back to give it credibility and a whole new ehealth plan will get underway. And we start all over again, again and we start all over again ... tra lala, tra lala ... lala lahaaahhhhh.
What can one say. Nailed it in one!