HISA WA: What was hot at HIC?
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HISA WA: What was hot at HIC?

When: Thursday 3 October 2019
6:00pm to 7:30pm
Where: Deloitte
Brookfield Place, Level 9, Tower 2
123 St Georges Terrace
Perth, Western Australia  6000
Contact: Kristal Kitto
03 9326 3311

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What was hot at HIC?

The Health Informatics Conference (HIC) is Australia’s premier and longest running digital health conference. Didn’t get to HIC? No problem, we’re bringing it to you!

The WA HISA team was there to see the trends and innovations emerging from health, industry and research including:
 Leadership and strategy for healthcare in a digital world – global digital health trends, consumer driven change,  developing a dynamic digital ready workforce, and looking to the future of digital health.
 Data and ethics for better health outcomes – delivering data into the hands of consumers, data sovereignty, and AI fitting in the health system.
 Importance of design in healthcare to engage consumers and clinicians.

Join the team for a panel discussion about HIC - which organisations are driving digital transformation through leadership, what strategies and initiatives have had the most impact on consumers, and what can we learn and apply to WA as we continue on our digital health journey.

6:00 PM Registration and networking               
6:30 PM

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Panel Discussion 
Facilitated by Khye Davey


Facilitator: Khye Davey
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Liz Gould
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Nigel Chartres
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Simon Jennings
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Richard Macliver
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7:30 PM Event concludes


Speakers & panellists:

Khye Davey
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An enthusiastic clinician and educator with 13 years’ experience in healthcare facilitating delivery of person-centered care both directly as part of interprofessional teams and in support roles through development and facilitation of staff learning in technical and non-technical skills, project management, quality improvement and data management. Khye is particularly passionate about systems thinking, utilising data to effectively and efficiently communicate a story, and UX for clinicians and consumers in the digital health space.            

Liz Gould
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Liz is passionate about digital health with particular interest in electronic health records, data quality, interoperability, system development, human centred design and eSafety. She also has 30 plus years working in healthcare including 15 years in health ICT with experience in all phases of the Software Project Delivery Lifecycle. Certified PRINCE2 Practitioner with extensive project, resource and staff management skills. Completed Scrum Master training in June 2016 and 2.5 years experience working with Scrum teams to develop and enhance clinical software. Tertiary hospital experience in safety and quality, genetic counselling and nursing. Liz has a University degree in health science with postgraduate qualifications in counselling and is a registered General Nurse and Part One accreditation as a genetic counsellor. 

Nigel Chartres
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Nigel is a consultant, futures strategist and systems thinker, with extensive experience in all aspects of management, business planning, stakeholder engagement, project management and solutions delivery. Nigel is a member of:
 The Australian Computer Society (ACS);
 The Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA); and
 Records & Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA).
Nigel has applied his formal training and his extensive practical experience, to supporting and promoting the value of health informatics throughout the health sector. Nigel has proactively worked to secure greater recognition for and to establish a more significant presence for the discipline in Western Australia. Nigel is seeking support to continue as a member of the HISA WA Branch Committee so that he can work with all members to continue to grow the WA Branch and advance the benefits of the health informatics discipline for all.

Simon Jennings
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Simon is an IT professional with many years’ experience in healthcare. In the UK I worked for the NHS and since arriving in WA I have worked across Fiona Stanley Hospital on the Digital Medical Record and then the closed loop medication management solution, the ICT Commissioning of Perth Children’s Hospital, the opening of Berwick hospital for St. John of God and I now work for the Silver Chain Group as the Director of Core Digital Platforms. I am also a sessional academic at Curtin University. I have a passion for informatics and would like to contribute the experience I have gained in the introduction of new technologies and processes into healthcare, along with exploring the opportunities these systems bring for big data and subsequent benefits. I also would like to contribute thoughts about how we should be equipping the next generation of health professionals to operate in this new and complex digital world.
Richard Macliver
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Richard passionate about improving and innovating healthcare in Australia and globally. Currently, Richard acts as the Vice Chair for HISA WA (Australia's peak digital health body), as an advisory board member for Wise Realities and is committed to building the healthcare innovation ecosystem in WA. Richard has previously worked with Michael Mosley and other doctors in the area of developing sustainable healthcare to individuals/groups with diseases of lifestyle and at PwC Australia in healthcare consulting. 
Richard aims to change healthcare in Australia to a more patient focused system that provides rewards quality outcomes rather than fee for service. He also believe that technology, innovation and entrepreneurship will play a vital role in the continued improvement of the healthcare system.



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This event has been approved for up to 1 contact hours of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential. 
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