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Osteopathy Australia attends Future Health Forum

15 April 2014

On Thursday 10 April Osteopathy Australia policy advisor Samuel Dettmann attended the FutureHealth Forum in Sydney. NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner gave the opening address. The forum included panels on E-health, technology, innovation in healthcare, digital record keeping, digital referral pathways, and health workforce planning. The involvement of technology vendors was key to an informed conversation about current and future trends and technological advances.

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