Today I’m continuing the discussion with Laura Simmons, CEO & Founder of Theratrak and Leanne Healey, Director Everyday Independence.
Last week, we got to know both Laura and Leanne’s backgrounds and how that’s informed their views on cultural & clinical development, healthtech & systems and leadership.
In today’s part 2 of 2, we pick up the discussion with both Leanne and Laura covering topics about the big picture, collective purpose, making sense at a team level and it’s impact on driving systemic change with healthtech.
Big picture & collective purpose
Sense making & supervision in healthcare as the real driver for overcoming resistance
Synthesising Themes with cultural change in unlocking the power of systems & healthtech
Let’s jump in!
Leanne is a Director of Everyday Independence, they're a team spread across Australia supporting the community by delivering a range of evidence based therapy services supporting children, teenagers and adults that build their skills and confidence in everyday life.
Next week, we pick up the discussion with both Leanne and Laura covering topics about the big picture, collective purpose, making sense at a team level and it’s impact on driving systemic change with healthtech.
Speak to you then!
Laura Simmons is the CEO & Founder of Theratrak, an innovative digital therapy tracking and monitoring platform that enables Allied Health professionals to work collaboratively with their clients and prescribe, track & monitor customer home therapy programs.