Remote Monitoring and Virtual Care
Mini Symposium

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Talius is hosting a symposium on the smarter connected home and remote monitoring and virtual care at the new Digital Health Validitron at the University of Melbourne.

We hope you can join us for an engaging event to learn more about how data can support high quality care using the enabling benefits of digital technology and workflow systems for remote patient monitoring. Explore how this can enhance your model of care.

Emersed in the simulation lab of the Validitron in the University of Melbourne’s city campus, you will experience the latest technology devices that integrate seamlessly with a workflow platform to support care plans and pathways.

– Understand the variety of technology foundations relevant to a smart connected home.

– Differentiate between RPM (remote patient monitoring) for hospital in the home and restorative care models, home care packages / CHSP funding models and the difference between the appropriate technology ecosystems.

– Gain ideas for setting up an implementation pilot to test out the operational models and implementation process within your organisation.

This event is aimed for clinical, operational, commercial and IT executives and senior managers.


This is a catered event with only 20 seats available. There is no charge. Confirmation of attendance is required.

For questions about the event, contact Maggie at 0414 507 050 or send us an email to or

About Our Speakers

Graham Russell

Graham Russell is Talius Group’s CEO and has over 20 years’ experience building and expanding technology companies across the APAC region. In this time, he has stayed at the forefront of innovation and new technologies, such as IoT, AI and Big Data Analytics to develop hardware and software solutions for industries as diverse as Security and Aged Care.

Graham is challenging the status quo of the industry and looking into the future of Aged Care and how technology can help us build a genuinely people-centric system.

Dr. Omar Dabash

Dr. Omar Dabash is the digital health commercialisation lead and knowledge broker at the Validitron. He has a portfolio career spanning research in clinical genomics, AI, and digital mental health, as well as clinical practice in the mental health sphere. He has led participatory design initiatives as well as founded, co-founded, and advised several Healthtech startups over the years. Previous organisations include UNSW, Monash, Black Dog Institute, and UN-funded projects.

Dr. Maggie Haertsch RN, PhD

Dr. Maggie Haertsch RN, PhD is Talius Group’s Consulting Clinical Research Director. Maggie assists with the expansion of the Talius platform and sensor technology in the aged care and health sectors and the further development of systems and processes to support clinical data integration that supports safer and high quality care. She works closely with clinicians, older people, and organisations to embed processes that improve support at the point of care, strengthen clinical governance and organisational efficiency.

Uri Bettish

Uri Bettish is the CEO and Founder of Datos Health. He brings with him over 18 years of experience as a technology executive. He is a passionate entrepreneur with a proven track record of successfully leading business operations and technology implementations. Uri is a results-driven leader with the ability to initiate and execute innovative strategies and engage with highly professional leadership teams. Prior to Datos Health, he served in various executive positions, such as GM of NCR Food Drug & Mass Merchandising and VP of Product at Retalix. Uri holds a BSc in Industrial Engineering and a master’s degree in system engineering both from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology.

About The Companies


Talius Group is a leading ASX-listed company that has transformed the way the health and aged care providers support, deliver care and services to their consumers. The Talius™ Smart Care System uses advanced AI to collect and analyse data into a single platform, by autonomously collecting and bringing together all vital information from ubiquitous sensor devices and applications into a single consumer profile.

The customised Talius AI analysis uses predicative interpretation and monitors a broad range of indicators such as sleep, vital signs, falls, activities of daily living and social interaction. Data can be trigger proactive alerts through the platform to deliver proportionate actions to carers, clinical, emergency services and management teams informing care planning and crucial decision-making. It is proven to minimise the risk to consumers while supporting compliance and clinical governance.

Our focus is to improve the quality of life for older Australians, help on carers and families, and increase the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery. With Talius™ Smart Care System, we are revolutionising aged care, home care and seniors living by bringing together superior technology with data-informed care.


Datos Health merges monitoring and engagement to seamlessly deliver hybrid care. Clinicians can quickly implement or customize pre-built remote care programs in our Design Studio, choose the devices that fit their workflow, and integrate with any EMR. These programs are instantly translated into patient CareApps that collect biometrics, provide self-care guidance and education, alert the care team when needed, and facilitate virtual visits. Workflow automation is now easier than ever for both patients and clinicians. Learn more at


Validitron is an end to end digital health studio based at the University of Melbourne. Validitron supports digital health innovators to test, simulate, clinically validate, rapidly prototype, and integrate their solutions. The simulation lab is comprised of customisable spaces: a hospital room, GP clinic, and patient home. All equipped with double-sided mirror windows for recording observations and testing the usability of digital health solutions with high fidelity. Validitron also hosts a sandbox with access to instances of hospital and primary care software to test the integration of a digital health tools and generate real world evidence.

How To Get To The Venue:

Address: Melbourne Connect, Level 1/700 Swanston St, Carlton VIC 3053

Take the lifts from the ground level to level 1 or follow the signs that will be around the precinct.