Ms. Kylie Woolcock
Kylie started her career as a pharmacist, before moving her focus into health workforce development, service implementation and system reform. With postgraduate quali cations in arti cial intelligence, health economics, training and management, she has a particular interest in the digital transformation of services and their sustainable and equitable integration in care pathways. She is a Visiting Fellow Faculty of Health, Research – Public Health at the Queensland University of Technology. Kylie has a diverse background, having worked with a local region, national and international focus, and from the perspectives of education and accreditation, service provision, policy and regulation. As Policy Director at AHHA, she brings an in-depth understanding of the health system, its interfaces with aged, disability and other sectors, and achieving a person-centred, value-based approach to care. She has extensive experience bringing the diverse views of stakeholders together with the evidence base to in uence and effect change.