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MEET OUR TEAM: Natalie Lawandi, Speaker at the New Zealand Private Surgical Hospitals Association Meeting 2017

22 September 2017

Natalie Lawandi, Senior Manager, Healthcare Economics & Reimbursement for Medtronic Australasia Pty Ltd was asked to speak at the 2017 New Zealand Private Surgical Hospitals Association Meeting in Wellington. Her topic: Healthcare Transformation: The future of healthcare requires new approaches and new forms of innovation.

Meet Natalie:

Natalie Lawandi

Qualifications: Bachelor Applied Science (Health Information Management), Master of Health Science (Clinical Data Management) from the University of Sydney.

Tenure with Medtronic: 14 years this December

Why are you attending NZPSHA?

To learn what Value-Based Healthcare [VBHC] means for the New Zealand private health sector.

What are you looking forward to most at NZPSHA?

Engaging with attendees on VBHC – particularly in terms of the practical aspects that face NZPSHA members as providers and key stakeholders to the delivery of healthcare.

Who are you hoping to meet at NZPSHA?

I’m excited to be part of the conversation that’s transforming healthcare and so I am looking forward to meeting everyone who is interested in taking healthcare further.

By this time next year, what matter relating to healthcare would you like to see solved and/or part of public conversation?

Variation in healthcare – particularly in relation to access and outcomes. We need to work together and engage in a productive discussion so we can address the variations in access and outcomes throughout our health care system. This is important to me as a patient, a daughter of elderly parents and a mother of two young children.

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If you are interested to learn more about Value-Based Healthcare visit: http://www.medtronic.com/au-en/transforming-healthcare.html. To arrange a discussion on healthcare transformation with a member of our team, email anzcommunications@medtronic.com.

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