The Actuaries Institute will be hosting its first hybrid IDSS 12 – 14 November 2023 at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, providing an in-person and virtual experience.

Over two full days, actuaries, scheme administrators, regulators, researchers, injury and disability specialists and service providers throughout Australasia will gather in person and virtually share and gain insights on topical industry issues and future developments.

We look forward to offering you an opportunity to catch up with your industry in-person or via virtual networking.

The Organising Committee are currently busy developing the program and opening the Call for Abstracts.

IDSS2023 Key Dates:

  • Call for Abstracts to Open – April 2023
  • Call for Abstracts to Close – June 2023
  • Registration to Open – June 2023
  • Program Announced – July 2023
  • Early Bird 1 to Close – 11 August 2023
  • Early Bird 2 Rate to Close – 13 October 2023
  • IDSS2023 – 12 – 14 November 2023

About the theme: Whole person, whole system

This year's theme, "Whole person, whole system", explores the intersection of the needs of individuals and the larger systems that serve them. By focusing on the whole person, rather than just the injury or disability, providers improve outcomes for individuals while ensuring the sustainability of the larger system.

Hear the latest thinking and practices in person-centred claims management, value-based care, system-wide issues – costs, fraud, the impact, risks and opportunities of new technologies and what the schemes of tomorrow will look like. 

IDSS2023 will provide you with practical strategies and solutions that you can apply in your work to support individuals in achieving better outcomes. Whether you're a claims manager, healthcare provider, or technology expert, our seminar will give you the tools you need to make a real difference in the lives of individuals while ensuring the sustainability of the larger system. Join us at the Injury and Disability Schemes Seminar 2023 and be a part of the conversation around the whole person, whole system approach to claims management and care!