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FAQ

Registration

Who is eligible to register?

The Digital Health Summit welcomes attendees from all around the world, passionate about leading and supporting the healthcare sector – health leaders, policy makers, health and health informatics experts, medical and clinical innovators, change advocates, industry leaders, solution providers, health services delivering change, leading researchers and academics, digital health innovators, consumer advocates, and more.

What are the registration fees for the Summit?

Registration fees can be found here.

Does my Institute Summit ticket automatically transfer to the new event?

Yes. If you bought tickets to the Digital Health Institute Summit, your ticket will automatically be transferred to this event.

What is included with my registration?
  • Entry to the Summit
  • In-person networking with speakers, partners and other delegates
  • Live demos with Summit exhibitors and partners
  • An opportunity to meet new peers in-person and gain connections with others in the sector
  • Oh, and yes, we will feed and caffeinate you at the event!
Is there a group discount?

Yes, register a group or 3 or more people from the same organisation to receive a 20% off discount. Register here.

Can I attend this event virtually?

We will not be live streaming the Digital Health Summit but recordings will be made available on Digital Health TV.

Do I need to pre-select sessions I will be attending?

You do not need to pre-select sessions during registration. All sessions are open on a first come basis for seating.

Can I just attend one session?

No. Session only registration options are not available.

Can I get a refund if I cancel my registration?

Cancellations received on or before 8+ weeks prior to the event date will incur an AUD$100 administration fee. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds after this date.

Where do I collect my name badge?

All attendees can pick up their name badge at the registration desk.

General

Will a cloak room available during the conference?

Yes.

What is the dress code?

To make participating as comfortable as possible, the dress code for the conference is smart casual.

Will I receive a certificate of attendance?

Certificates of attendance are available on request. Please email [email protected] after the event if you would like one.

What safety measures are being taken to deliver this event?

We are working closely with ICC Sydney to adhere to the State Government restrictions on indoor gatherings. The Digital Health Summit will be held in accordance with all current guidelines and safety regulations. More information can be found here.

Can I earn any CPD points at the Summit?

Yes – attending the Summit for both days will earn you 14+ CHIA CPD points. The Summit program will be accredited by a number of organisations. You can fill in a sign-in sheet at the registration desk indicating the organisation you wish to claim CPD points from. Each accredited organisation may still require you to self-record and register your hours with them post event.

Speakers

I applied to speak. Do I have to pay to attend the Summit?

Yes, purchasing a registration is a pre-requisite to present at the Summit. Speakers get a cheaper registration fee, and will give you access to the event. Registration prices are available here.

My submission was accepted or I’ve been invited to speak at the Summit. Where do I deliver my talk?

All accepted and invited speakers are required to present in-person at the venue. If we are unable to hold an in-person event due to any Government imposed restrictions, you will be notified, and we will guide you through the process of delivering a virtual presentation. Provisions will be made for special cases.

I'm a speaker, where do I go when I get there?

We ask that speakers pick up their name badge at the registration desk upon arrival. You will then be directed to visit the audio-visual team where they will ensure your presentation is loaded and ready for your session.

Is there a publication cost with the Applied Clinical Informatics Journal on top of the speaker registration fee?

There is no publication cost, after one year, papers will become open access. However, if you would like to be open access right away there is a cost of €2,500 (AMIA members get a 50% discount and reviewers for ACI get a 30% discount).