There's so much to see at DHF23

Festival Events

DHF After Dark

DHF isn’t your typical healthcare event, and the festivities don’t end with the final speaker or exhibitor.

Rock on after the show at our official afterparty – the perfect opportunity to unwind and connect with fellow attendees after a day of learning and networking.

Drinks on us, live music, and canapés – all included in your DHF23 registration.

5:00-8:30pm, June 6th (Day 1) | Melbourne Cellar Door, South Wharf

Founders Breakfast

Are you an entrepreneur, investor, or ecosystem partner?

Kickstart your day with the DHF Founder’s Breakfast – a dynamic space to share ideas, build relationships, and unite the Startup community.

Fuel up with a fresh cup of coffee, light breakfast, and connect with some of the brightest prospects in the future of healthcare. Join us in our unwavering commitment to disrupt the healthcare ecosystem, and instigate the digital health revolution.

We believe that building meaningful relationships is the key to success in the Startup world. So why not start your day off right and join us in the Startup Village.

8:00-9:00am, June 7th (Day 2) | Startup Village
Sponsored by Venture Crowd

Digital Health Education Hub

Building Australia’s digital health capability

Australia’s healthcare workforce is increasingly using digital health technologies. Education is the key to the delivery of safe, quality and person-centred care in hospitals, primary & allied care and aged care. What are the training and education options that will meet the needs of your healthcare setting?

The Digital Health Education Hub is a showcase of public and private education providers leading the way in building pathways for digital health capability.

Find out at the Digital Health Education Hub:
  • What are the training options for new entrants into the industry?
  • How can health professionals keep up to date with the latest developments in digital health?
  • How can technology professionals understand the dynamics of healthcare?
  • What are the undergraduate, post-graduate and short-course options for the study of digital health in Australia?