Earlier this month, ARCS Australia held it’s Annual Conference at the International Convention Centre Sydney – ICC Sydney, with the theme of putting patients at the centre of healthcare. Uniquely, the conference included a number of patients who attended, presented or were referenced.
At the conference Anne Dao spoke with a number of health care professionals to get their thoughts on the future of health care and why patient centricity is so important.
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