Across the global health sector, the emergence of disruptive technologies has created a challenge for regulators. While balancing quality and patient safety is at the heart of any regulatory system, the emergence of precision medicines, digital health technologies, value-based care, and real-world patient data are changing the way health care interventions are developed and delivered to patients and clinicians. 

Join us as Associate Professor Damian Hine and members of the Future of Health Interdisciplinary Research Theme (IRT) lead a discussion on the latest research findings and unpack whether Australia’s regulatory landscape leads or lags in innovation for the emerging digital medical devices industry.

DATE:     Thursday 30 May 2019
TIME:     7–8.30am
VENUE:  UQ Brisbane City, 293 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

About the Future of Health Interdisciplinary Research Theme:

Established in January 2019, UQ Business School’s Future of Health Interdisciplinary Research Theme brings together over 15 academics from the disciplines of management, marketing, business information systems and accounting, the Centre for the Business and Economics of Health (CBEH) and the Australian Institute of Business Economics (AIBE). Collectively, the team has extensive experience in research and industry, with specific competencies in managing for transformational healthcare change, transformative healthcare innovations, patient-centric care, and accountable and flexible healthcare systems. Learn more about our experts and our research by visiting our website


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