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100 – What does the future hold for digital health in Australia?  Bettina McMahon, AIDH

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100 – What does the future hold for digital health in Australia? Bettina McMahon, AIDH

Bettina McMahon is Chair Of The Board of The Australasian Institute Of Digital Health, which is Australia's leading professional organisation in health informatics, and digital health.  Bettina has held several…
February 2, 2021
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100 – What does the future hold for digital health in Australia? Bettina McMahon, AIDH

Bettina McMahon is Chair Of The Board of The Australasian Institute Of Digital Health, which is Australia’s leading professional organisation in health informatics, and digital health. 

Bettina has held several senior leadership positions, including CEO and executive positions in national digital health organisations, the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA), and National e-health Transition Authority (NeTA). Bettina holds postgraduate qualifications in public policy, applied finance business, and IT. 

In this episode you will hear all about Bettina McMahon, and the story of how she became Interim CEO of the ADHA (Australian Digital Health Agency), to lead the country through one of the most transformational periods for digital health in known history.

You will learn about her time at the ADHA, the future of digital health in Australia, the achievements of women in leadership roles within digital health, her new role at the AIDH, and much more.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Australasian Institute of Digital Health, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here

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