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MTAA Webinar | The roadmap for returning to elective surgery

MTAA Webinar | The roadmap for returning to elective surgery

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The COVID-19 pandemic and the necessary measures taken to contain it have caused sig-nificant disruptions to our healthcare system. The cancellation of elective surgery in late March this year will have ongoing ramifications for the entire sector.
This webinar will bring together industry leaders from across private healthcare to discuss the current landscape and how to address the ongoing challenges presented by the return to elec-tive surgery, including:

How far has elective surgery returned to normal rates of effort?
Constraints on returning to full capacity
Key points from the National Health Agreement 
Risk management, including PPE Supply and staff safety
Industry reps in theatre and how best to partner effectively with hospitals during this time to support their effort
Lasting effects of COVID-19 for surgery
Panel speakers will include:
Annette Holian - 2nd Vice President, Australian Orthepaedic Association and Council-lor, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Alison Verhoeven - Chief Executive, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association
Lynne Simpson - Group Procurement Manager, Ramsay Healthcare
Moderator: James Doyle - Senior Director, Commercial and Public Affairs, Stryker

Date: Thursday, 18 June 2020
Time: 16:00-17:00 hrs NZST
Cost: MTAA & MTANZ Members: FREE
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  Non-Members: AU$60.00 + GST


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04:00PM - 05:00PM, Thu, 18 Jun 2020
Registrations Close: 18 June 2020
Class Limit: 2000
Online: Webinar access details will be provided closer to the event.
Registration Closed

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