Australian Healthcare Week 2016

By ahhb
Tuesday, 15 December, 2015





15th - 17th March 2016: Australian Technology Park, Sydney
THE ANNUAL MEETING PLACE FOR AUSTRALIA’S HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
This year’s event will feature 80+ International and Australian Healthcare thought leaders who will share solutions to the challenges you face and look to influence the direction of the industry going forward.



What’s new in 2016?
In 2015 the event cemented its position as Australia’s largest one-stop-shop for healthcare stakeholders looking to develop strategies to address the challenges faced during infrastructure development and ICT integration across our healthcare facilities. In 2016 I’m excited to announce the following new additions to Australian Healthcare Week:

  • New conferences on Healthcare Procurement and Aged Care

  • A new and expanded exhibition layout, including specific zones for Healthcare Technology, Medical Devices and Healthcare Facilities Design and Development

  • 3 on floor stages in the exhibition hall for healthcare futurists, cutting edge technology showcases and product demonstrations


IQPCAustralian Healthcare Week is the only event that addresses healthcare infrastructure development, ICT management, procurement and aged care all under one roof.
“Not only the best healthcare conference I’ve been involved in 10 years in the industry, but the best tradeshow in general. The organisation and communication from IQPC was fantastic from beginning to end, the quality of people who came to our stand were great, exactly the audience we need to be speaking to. We are looking forward to the next one!” David Perry, Peacock Brothers
aus-healthcare-week-logoTo register or to view the full program, visit www.austhealthweek.com.au. By registering to one event, you will have access to attend the three main two day conferences.
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