Activity Based Funding Conference

5 – 6 May 2022 | Virtual and free

Registrations are now closed

The Activity Based Funding Conference 2022 was held virtually on 5 – 6 May 2022. This year's theme was 'Innovation and collaboration: Activity based funding for sustainability in health care'.

Through the dedicated online portal, registrants had the flexibility to participate in the conference in a way that suited them best across two days of virtual presentations, from Thursday 5 to Friday 6 May 2022.

Registration key dates

28 Apr 2022

Virtual portal opens

2 May 2022

Registrations close

5 May 2022

Conference day one

6 May 2022

Conference day two

Important information

The Independent Hospital Pricing Authority made the difficult decision to postpone the in-person component of the conference, in consideration of the ongoing disruptions relating to coronavirus disease 2019.

The Activity Based Funding Conference 2022 proceeded as a virtual event over two days, with all in-person activities including the pre-conference workshops, welcome drinks and gala dinner cancelled.

All in-person registrations were transferred to virtual attendance and all paid registrations refunded.

Any requests regarding transfer, refunds or cancellation of registrations should be made by email to the conference organisers.

What to expect

The Activity Based Funding Conference series is an opportunity for professional development, knowledge-sharing and public discourse on the innovative work taking place in the health care sector through the application of activity based funding.

If you work in a hospital or healthcare setting and are passionate about supporting timely access to health services and improving the value of public hospital care, attending the Activity Based Funding Conference series will connect you with like-minded peers to share ideas, knowledge and experiences.

Who should attend

The Activity Based Funding Conference 2022 event was relevant to professionals with an interest in learning more about the activity based funding work taking place in Australia, as well as discovering international perspectives. Delegates included:

  • Allied health professionals
  • Clinical performance and costing unit managers
  • Health economists and academics
  • Health information managers
  • Casemix managers
  • Health informaticians
  • Health service professionals and clinicians
  • Chief financial officers and health finance managers
  • Health policy advisors
  • Local hospital network staff
  • Private and public hospital managers
  • Health consumers

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