During this time of considerable and sustained stress of Victoria’s health system, we have seen innovation not only in the delivery of publicly funded health, aged care and community health services, but also within the governance space. Boards and executives have increasingly used online tools to overcome challenges of remote working and to maintain strong relationships and engagement.
At a time when Victoria's health and aged care services seek to strike an effective balance between 'business as usual' activity and COVID-19 responses, in this session, VHA Director, Strategy & Engagement, Micaela Drieberg, and guest panellists will explore the governance lessons learned during the pandemic and how these might be applied to board activity on an ongoing basis.
The session will highlight governance innovations adopted within the public health system during the pandemic, covering topics such as the benefits and challenges of virtual and hybrid meetings, how virtual environments can be used as tools to conduct business as well as build comradery and engagement, maintaining COVIDsafe processes and procedures, and successfully integrating and supporting new board appointments.
This session will be of particular interest to board directors, secretaries and those who interact with boards.
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