The Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council holds forums across the year, including:
ITAC Conference – 12 & 13 July 2022
We are proud to say that ITAC LIVE will return for a new revised date in 2022. After a number of false starts due to pandemic related postponements we will now be meeting on July 12 & 13 2022, at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse in Sydney. For more information click here.
Past Events –
Education and Awareness Sessions March, April and May 2022
The need for the national awareness and training series promoting digital maturity and digitally-enabled care in the sector was identified by the Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council (ACIITC) in 2020 within the Capabilities in Aged & Community Care Readiness: an Evaluation of Innovation & Technology (CARE-IT) project.
ITAC International Forums 2021
International Forum sessions focused on a particular topics and held every 4-6 weeks in 2021. The sessions ran for two (2) hours and include access to virtual exhibitors and sponsors. The intention was to use each Forum to explore a specific subject with a strong focus on innovation, technology and improved quality care outcomes. For more information, visit ITAC website.
18 May 2021
The Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council (ACIITC) hosted a National Forum on 18 May 2021 focused on Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety Recommendation 68 “Universal adoption of digital technology and My Health Record” in collaboration with the Australian Digital Health Agency. To access the recording of the National Forum, click here.
9 February 2021
The Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council held a National Forum to provide an update on international partnerships, 2021 planned events with ITAC, current research projects. To access the recording of National Forum, click here.
26 November 2020
The Minister for Aged Care and Senior Australians virtually launched the Aged and Community Care Innovation and Technology Capabilities and Readiness (CARE-IT) Report. This important publication adds significantly to the collective understanding of the sector, its current level of digital maturity and the significant opportunities technology and innovation can offer in providing a more sustainable and high quality aged and community care sector. To access the recording of the CARE-IT Launch, click here.
29 September 2020
A National Forum focused on health care data exchange from the clinical perspective, specifically FHIR was held in September. To access the recording of the National Forum, click here.
28 August 2020
The Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council held a National Forum focused on Cybersecurity. To access the recording of the National Forum, click here.
14 July 2020
The July National Forum concentrated on Aged and Community Care Technology and Innovation Vendors and Startups. To access the recording of the National Forum, click here.
3 June 2020
The Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council (ACIITC) hosted the Forced Innovation in Aged and Community Care Settings: International and National perspectives on changing care models, responsive workforces and technological enhancement forum on 3 June 2020. To access the recording of the National Forum, click here.
28 April 2020
The Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council (ACIITC) hosted a national forum to provide an overview of recent research undertaken by ACIITC, and insights into a recently funded project which is undertaking an environmental scan of the digital maturity of the Aged and Community Care sector in Australia. The forum gave an opportunity for the industry to be informed and provide feedback on the Evaluation of Innovation & Technology Capabilities and Readiness of the Aged and Community Care Industry rather than Digital Readiness Research Project. To access the recording to the National Forum, click here.
The Aged Care Industry IT Council (ACIITC) was formed by the two industry Peak bodies Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) and Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) in 2007 with the express intent of providing the industry with a vehicle to consider and debate IT related opportunities and to disseminate the lessons learned from that process to the wider aged care industry.