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Digital health research launch dinner with Accenture

Posted 24 March 2017

VHA digital partner, Accenturecommissioned a seven-country survey of 7,840 consumers aged 18+ to assess their attitudes toward health, the healthcare system, electronic health records, healthcare technology and their healthcare providers’ electronic capabilities. The online survey included consumers in Australia, Brazil, England, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and the United States. There were 1,013 Australian consumers, 241 were aged 65+.

This health research event presents the findings from the Australian slice of the research along with four strategies for engaging better with older people based on insights into how older Australians manage their health.   

The research would be of particular interest to those involved in population health or marketing.

When: Thursday 30 March
Where: Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, West Tower Suite.
Time: 5:30pm for 6:00pm until 9:00pm. Dinner provided.
RSVP by 22 March. Cost: Free. Please note - places are strictly limited. 

To register, click here 

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