Developing Partnerships for A Digital Health Future

SA
Sep 18
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Digital health offers Australia significant economic and business development opportunities, as well as great promise for the better health of the community.

Join us as Elizabeth Foley, CEO of the Australian Institute of Project Management, shares her experience in the health and medical research sector, previously involved in transitioning the health industry to the new digital era.

Elizabeth was Bid Manager for the Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre (DHCRC) and shaped, promoted and sold the vision of the DHCRC, gaining over $200 million in investment and engagement with 16 universities and 64 industry partners.

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Presenter:

Elizabeth Foley MAIPM MCom BBus FAICD Elizabeth is currently the CEO of AIPM. She has spent over 20 years in senior executive roles in financial services and has 17 years board experience, including 6 years on AXA’s unit trust company board, and is currently on the board of the Population Health Research Network. Other blue-chip companies she has worked for include MLC, ING, Prudential and Unilever. 

With over 8 years’ experience in the health and medical research sector, for the past three years Elizabeth has been focusing on transitioning the health industry to the new digital era. As Bid Manager for the Digital Health CRC, she shaped, promoted and sold the vision of the CRC.
 
Elizabeth has led staff and stakeholders across Australia, and has extensive leadership and management experience including five years as a CEO and Managing Director of Research Australia, a not-for-profit, member-based advocacy body, representing the interests of 160 organisations across Australia.

Elizabeth Foley MAIPM MCom BBus FAICD