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Leveraging digital and technological solutions to enable aged care providers

28-29 May 2024

Accor Stadium | Eora / Sydney

Welcome to the Aged Care Digital & Technology Transformation Forum

There is immense potential for technology to act as an enabler to not only service delivery in aged care, but also to ultimately improve the lives of elderly Australians. We stand at the dawn of a new era of innovation, whereby the dynamic nature of technology in aged care can be daunting, yet the potential is invigorating.


The Aged Care Digital and Technology Transformation Forum draws together senior IT professionals nationally, to explore the latest innovation in the sector, unpack the ethical conundrums of increasing technology usage, discuss how to harness BI to elevate functioning, articulate value to fellow c-suite leaders, combat cyber security threats and more.


Attending offers the opportunity to gain insights into how providers can transform their services. Network to understand their successes and failures, and return to your organisation with fresh ideas to improve the IT of your organisation.

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In 2024, we’re bringing our suite of Aged and Disability Care Digital Technology and Transformation events together to address the above challenges.  


Over two days, each event will have specialised keynotes, case studies, panel discussions, and interactive workshops…tailored to the needs of each care sector audience.  While each event is separate, each event offers the opportunity for delegates to network and explore solutions with vendors in each of the three critical areas.  

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Featured Speakers

Paul Basso

Head, Data and Business Intelligence Corporate Services

Uniting Age Well

Fiona Caldwell

Chief Information Officer

Estia Health

Janine Bennett

Assistant Secretary (Acting), Digital Business and Sector Engagement Branch, Australian Government

Department of Health and Aged Care

Ramesh Raghavan

Digital, Innovation & Experience Lead


Chris Balogi

Executive - ICT

Southern Cross Care (SA, NT & VIC)

David Silvestre

Director, Data & Digital

Bupa Villages and Aged Care



Why Attend?

Unpack how to articulate the value of new technology to CEOs, boards and other C-suite leaders 

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Hear from Neha Jain, Head of Data Analytics, Estia Health about the journey beyond dashboards to consider the next stage of data accumulation

Embed BI into the strategy of your organisation to streamline functioning

Hear the latest policy and compliance matters impacting you

Navigate the ethical challenges which arise through greater usage of technology with:

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Fiona Caldwell

Chief Information Officer

Estia Health

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Professor Jeannie Paterson

Co-Director, Centre of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Ethics

University of Melbourne

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Professor Stacy Carter

Director, Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values

University of Wollongong

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Nathan Betteridge

Co-Founder & Director

Five Good Friends

Explore the various ways AI can elevate your service delivery and organisational functioning

Unify functional teams across your organisation from the backroom to the frontline

Achieve innovation in restricted circumstances through fresh approaches

Who Attends?

Aged care providers

Multi-purpose & transition care

Government regulators



Director of Strategy

Head of IT Service Delivery

Director of Transformation

Head of Technology

Chief Information Officer


of Data

Job Titles

+ other Senior IT Professionals

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"Awesome conference devoted to innovations in senior care. Remarkably expert, with top-notch presenters and unexpected audience participation. During round tables, I was able to share my thoughts with industry leaders and learn a great deal about the future of technology in senior care."

CEO & Managing Director, SMPLS Innovation


Accor Stadium

Edwin Flack Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127


Accor Stadium, in collaboration with the Accor Group, has established a unique code for delegates to use while making reservations at any of their affiliated hotels. To make a booking, please click on the Accor Group website here ( and follow the outlined steps:


  1. Enter Sydney Olympic Park NSW, Australia as your destination.

  2. Adjust the booking dates accordingly.

  3. Expand the section labeled "Special Rates."


Apply these codes to access the latest accommodation offers and promotions.

Client Code: SCP4136114

Access Code: GE384AU126


Getting Here - Accor Stadium


For attendees driving to the event, the closest parking facility is the P1 carpark situated at 15 Edwin Flack Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales 2127.


To ensure a hassle-free experience, we recommend pre-booking parking passes via the provided link: Parking | Sydney Olympic Park.  When booking, please make sure to select P1 from the available options.

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