Victorian Agency for Health Information CQR Forum

Connecting clinicians with healthy insights. The Victorian Agency for Health Information’s CQR Forum brought together a broad network of stakeholders across health services and industry bodies.

Think HQ developed a comprehensive schedule for a full-day event. 
160 people attended the event on the day, with 126 paying registrants and 34 partners. 
 

Project Category
Events & Community Engagement
Project Expertise
Event management
Project management
Stakeholder management

The brief 

The Victorian Agency for Health Information’s Clinical Quality Registries (CQR) Forum brought together a broad network of stakeholders across health services and industry bodies for the opportunity to hear from internationally renowned speakers, VAHI senior leaders, senior health service leaders and perspectives regarding world class national registry programs and to explore insights that could contribute to health outcomes in Australia.


Idea

Think HQ collaborated on the event with Monash University and the Department of Health, showcasing the contribution of clinical quality registries to the safety and quality of Australia’s health care system, as well as to advance discussions on the role of CQR data. Think HQ was responsible for project planning, project development, stakeholder engagement, design elements and event reporting.


Outcomes

Think HQ developed a comprehensive schedule for a full-day event. 160 people attended the event on the day, with 126 paying registrants and 34 partners. Attendees rated the overall event an average of 4.1 out of 5 stars.

  • 91% of respondents felt that the event was valuable and informative 
  • 87% of respondents would attend a similar event in the future 
  • 66% of attendees enjoyed the keynote speaker presentation the most 
  • 58% of attendees enjoyed the stakeholder presentations 
the most 
  • 54% of attendees enjoyed the networking opportunities at the event the most 
  • 50% of attendees enjoyed the breakout sessions the most, with 37% of attendees enjoying the panel discussions the most. 
  • 50% of attendees said the information presented at the Annual Forum was ‘somewhat useful’ and 50% found the information very useful.