New talent sought for ITAC planning

The team behind the aged care sector’s technology conference is looking for new talent from all areas of the sector with an interest in technology to help design the program of this year’s event.

The team behind the aged care sector’s technology conference is looking for new talent from all areas of the sector with an interest in technology to help design the program of this year’s event.

The Information Technology in Aged Care Conference (ITAC) has been held either every one or two years in the past, but is set to now run annually following a call from delegates at last year’s event on the Gold Coast.

Chair of the ITAC organising committee Rod Young said they were seeking new members with an interest in technology and aged care to join the group and help put together a program that was fresh, cutting edge and relevant.

“ITAC provides a fantastic opportunity for the whole of the sector to come together to discuss, collaborate and network on issues relating to technology and aged care,” Mr Young told Technology Review.

It was an opportunity for a vast array of representatives, not just CIOs or those working in technology-related roles, he said.

“It is important to draw a broad spectrum of interest groups within our sector and the ITAC organising committee would like to encourage all people who are interested to come on board.”

He said the committee was keen to hear about the areas people in the sector were interested in and how they might contribute.

Expressions of interest can be made via this online survey by 16 February.

ITAC 2016 will be held on 28 to 30 November in Melbourne.

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