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The Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) is pleased to invite you to participate in HIC 2017, Australia’s premier digital health, health informatics and e-health conference and expo. This 25th HIC will be held from 6 – 9 August 2017 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The conference will provide a platform for leadership, knowledge exchange, […]Find out more
Precision medicine refers to the customisation of healthcare that takes into account individual variability in health status, genes, lifestyle, and environment. In this workshop, we will discuss new ways in which Health Informatics is being used to deliver precision medicine, including: information technology to build a sharable precision medicine knowledge base, advance analytics methods for […]
Bridges and Barriers to Transformation: Opportunities for Digitally Driven Innovation in our Hospitals
We are all familiar with the unrelenting pressures driving our hospitals to evolve and transform themselves. This process of transformation is underpinned by a facility’s ability to productively innovate, to leverage the skills and resources within the facility as well as to bring in […]Find out more
In the US and the UK Professor Robert Wachter wants clinical digital leaders in health and social care to be rock stars – in this session we will hear from Australian clinical informatics leaders. Join us for a great discussion on the emerging role of CXIOs and energising the professional world of health and clinical informatics.
This interactive […]
Interoperability of health software is considered the answer to most digital health issues. It affects all levels of care and has been highlighted as the cause of health not keeping up with other industries.
Secure messaging delivery interoperability was one of the key recommendations of the Royle Report.
This Masterclass will highlight the issues impeding interoperability across medical […]
In 2017, cybersecurity continues to grow as one of the key challenges for digital health in today’s hospital and healthcare system. There is no doubt the threat to patient records, safety and security is real and requires resourcing.
Connectivity and automated processes may help with workflow but they have also increased the vulnerability of healthcare providers to […]Find out more
How confident are we really, in our health data, as a clinician or scientist?
Has hypothesis testing and P value run its course? Come along to the first Digital Health and Informatics Network (DHIN) breakfast to find out. This seminar, led by Professor Sally Cripps, explores Bayesian Theory applied to a health data setting. The breakfast is […]