Industry Alliances

The Health Roundtable seeks to form collaborative partnerships with key healthcare industry organisations, societies, and colleges. Due to our shared interests in providing great care to patients and similar objectives, members of these organisations will benefit from our collaborative relationships.

Alliances are non-financial with mutually agreed benefits including:

  • attendance and participation at respective conferences
  • access to the Health Roundtable data set (in accordance with HRT’s Access To Data For Secondary Use policy) to be used for national policies, research, position statements, clinical education or training.

Below is a list of the organisations that the Health Roundtable currently partners with. To form a collaborative partnership with us or for additional information, please email




ACEM is the not-for-profit organisation responsible for training emergency physicians and advancement of professional standards in emergency medicine in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand. Our vision is to be the trusted authority for ensuring clinical, professional and training standards in the provision of quality, patient-focused emergency care. Our mission is to promote excellence in the delivery of quality emergency care to all of our communities through our committed and expert members. 


The Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine (‘The Society’) is the professional society for geriatricians and other medical practitioners with an interest in the medical care of older people.

The Society acts to represent the needs of its members and the wider community in a bid to constantly review and improve the care of older people in Australia and New Zealand.

Its major functions include education, policy development and review, and political advocacy. 



The College of Emergency Nursing Australasia (CENA) is the peak professional association representing emergency nurses across Australia and internationally. There are large numbers of nurses working in emergency and many more in circumstances which see them providing emergency care to patients outside of emergency departments. This includes nurses working in small regional and rural hospitals, health care centres and flight nurses. 

CENA's mission is: To foster excellence in Emergency Nursing practice. 

The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is the peak body for health finance professionals providing value through education, development, research and networking activities. 
HFMA members are part of an organisation working for the health finance sector nationally. Members receive professional development, practical resources, insightful thought leadership, support for personal growth and development, and access to an influential network of colleagues and contacts.
HFMA’s vision is for sustainable healthcare for a healthy Australia. HFMA’s mission is to connect and build capability in Australian health finance professionals to become leaders in the Health Industry by:
  1. Connecting members and building networks
  2. Building capability, capacity and professional pathways
  3. Growing strategic relationships and partnerships


The HITH Society of Australasia (‘the Society’) is [the peak body representing doctors, nurses, allied health, and other health care workers in Australia, Asia & the Pacific who provide Hospital in the Home (HITH) care. The HITH Society provides education, promotes networking and through its Executive Council, represents its members by providing expert commentary and lobbying Governments at a local and Federal level on HITH issues. 




The core mission of IFIC Australia is to develop capacity and capabilities in Australia and the Asia Pacific Region in the design and delivery of integrated care. IFIC Australia seeks to achieve this by providing a platform to develop and exchange ideas and promote activities in the region in keeping with IFIC’s mission.

IFIC Australia was founded in November 2015 as a Collaborative Centre between IFIC and the Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health (CRRMH) at the University of Newcastle, NSW. IFIC Australia has since supported a series of activities to promote and support integrated care in Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region.

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