Activity Based Funding Conference

5 – 6 May 2022 | Virtual and free


Prof Claire Jackson AM

Professor in General Practice and Primary Care Research and Director, Centre for Health System Reform and Integration, University of Queensland

    Speaker Biography

    Prof Claire Jackson AM has been active in integrated care innovation, education and research since the early 90s, and more recently, extensively involved in health services research and reform. She has been a member of all four national Primary Health Care Strategy and Reform Reference Groups; guiding forces behind Australia’s National Health Reform Agreements.

    Prof Jackson's current primary area of research interest is in health system reform involving primary care, a topic on which she has published and presented internationally. Her MD thesis, ‘Building an Integrated Health Care Delivery System around Primary Care’, explored successful reform strategies; she also co-authored ‘Achieving Effective Health Care Integration – the Essential Guide’, a publication to support grassroots clinicians and executives.

    Prof Jackson was heavily involved in the development of Australian Divisions of General Practice, Medicare Locals, and Primary Health Networks and was a Ministerial appointment to lead the National Review of After-hours Primary Health Care in 2014.

    She has been Chair of the University of Queensland’s highly successful International Health Care Reform Conferences since 2020, and in 2021, was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for services to primary health reform and general practice medicine.

    Clinical and strategic improvements in health care through activity based funding

    Friday 6 May 2022, 02:00 - 03:00 AEST (UTC+10)

    Clinical and strategic improvements in health care through activity based funding

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