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136 – Closing the Gap of healthcare inequality with digital health. Colleen Birchley, Telstra Health.

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136 – Closing the Gap of healthcare inequality with digital health. Colleen Birchley, Telstra Health.

Colleen Birchley is the General Manager of Primary & Community Health at Telstra Health. Colleen started her career as a Registered Nurse, then moved into the Telco and technology sector,…
May 6, 2021

136 – Closing the Gap of healthcare inequality with digital health. Colleen Birchley, Telstra Health.

Colleen Birchley is the General Manager of Primary & Community Health at Telstra Health. Colleen started her career as a Registered Nurse, then moved into the Telco and technology sector, both in Australia and Asia.

Telstra Health provides technology solutions that connect healthcare providers with patients and each other and help improve the quality, efficiency and security of health services in Australia.

In this episode, Pete and Colleen discuss the role of digital health in closing the equality gap within healthcare. They also explore the needs of communities and healthcare workers in rural and remote areas and much more. Colleen also shares how implementing digital health solutions solves problems in care continuity and helps close the equality gap within healthcare. Learn how to improve patient outcomes by integrating technology.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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