AGPAL & QIP
1/20 Railway Terrace,
Milton QLD 4064
Call: 1300 362 111
A number of issues and challenges have recently put trust front and centre of the debate around the future of health care. These include a society-wide loss of trust in established institutions, the role of technology changing how patients access health care, the provision of patient feedback online for other consumers to view and cyber-security concerns.
In this two hour workshop Craig Rispin, Futurist, will delve into the likely challenges general practices will face. Craig will also be joined by Dr Marcus Tan, CEO of Health Engine, who will offer insights on how to keep ahead of the game – building trust along the way.
If you want to learn how to manage your practice’s online reputation including the critical cyber-security steps that you need to take to protect yourself and your practice, then this is the workshop for you!
Marcus is an experienced healthcare executive and company director with 20 years of clinical and commercial experience in startup and publicly listed organisations.
A Fellow of the RACGP with an Executive MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management, Marcus has held senior management positions as Medical Director and Managing Director for a national clinic group and a health management consultancy.
A Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Australian Institute of Management, Marcus has chaired and held director roles for over a decade with the Divisions of General Practice, GP Networks and Medicare Locals.
Marcus supports the startup eco-system as Managing Partner of Future Health Ventures, an angel fund investing in Health Tech startups. He is currently the CEO of one of its portfolio companies, HealthEngine, a consumer health site used by over 6 million Australians a year. A previous organiser of Silicon Beach Perth and Aurelius Digital, Marcus has mentored and judged for Founder Institute, Startup Weekend, Curtin Ignition, Pinnacle Awards and the WA Innovator of the Year. He also co-founded Sync Labs, WA's premier tech startup community co-working space in 2012.
Marcus supports the social and community sector through his involvement as Deputy Chair of The Meridian Global Foundation, a charitable foundation he co-founded in 2005 and as a board member of Perth Modern School. He was previously a director of Giving West.