HISA NSW: Digital Health Innovation - Healthcare Innovation Explored & AGM
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HISA NSW: Digital Health Innovation - Healthcare Innovation Explored & AGM

Question: "What is the future for improving patient experience via innovation, especially using integrated and interoperable wearable technologies?”

18/06/2015
When: Thursday 18 June 2015
6.00pm for 6.30pm start, until 8.00pm
Where: St Vincent's Private Hospital Function Room, Level 4
406 Victoria Street
Darlinghurst, New South Wales  2010
Australia
Contact: 03 9326 3311


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Digital health innovation – healthcare innovation explored followed by HISA NSW AGM

Question: "What is the future for improving patient experience via innovation, especially using integrated and interoperable wearable technologies?”

HISA in partnership with HealthTech Sydney invite you to a night where digital health technology and health system innovation are explored.

The digital revolution is changing how we work and creating new growth industries and businesses – and no more so than in healthcare. The last few years have seen great advancements in genomics and bio-technologies, with an increasing growth of biometrics, wearable devices and mobile apps supporting personal health and wellness, and the broader uptake of mobile and consumer technology.

So why is the healthcare sector lagging compared to other industries in regards to the pace of system change and adoption of technologies required to obtain true benefits and increased value?

Can integrated platforms leverage information from a variety of sources including wearable sensors to facilitate healthcare delivery that is personalised , predictive, preventative and enable patient centred outcomes and research?

At the recent Technolomy Bio 2015 Conference in California USA, Susan Desmond-Hellmann, the CEO of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation discussed the need to harness the great things happening in biotech and IT, noting the pace that these areas are accelerating. “There is a need to bring these two areas closer together. It feels like we’re just at the start of it, there’s so much more we can and should do.” said Desmond-Hellmann.


Registration Fees
This event is free for HISA member and $25.00 for non-members. Please register via the above link to confirm your attendance. 
HT Sydney members attendance fee is $5. Please register via the HT Sydney website to confirm your attendance.

Program
The event will include two speaker presentation aspects of wearable technologies their experiences and perspectives on current and potential use.

Presentations will be followed by a panel discussion on innovation, integration and adoption of these technologies within the healthcare system exploring opportunities and barriers. These session will be facilitated by Dr George Margelis.


HISA and HT Sydney Introduction Greg Moran and Gaurav Sood

Setting the scene

Dr George Margelis

Dr Margelis is a medical doctor with strong experience in software development and marketing. Interest in improving quality and delivery of healthcare utilising information technology. 

 

 


The potential of wearables - a consumer and researcher perspective 

Kelly Tall

Kelly works with organisations to help understand and explore their data by creating data visualisations and information graphics. Prior to running her own design studio, hellomister, she worked in consumer research and insights.  She is undertaking a Master of Data Science and Innovation at UTS. 

 

 


What is User Experience and how does it fall apart when one device becomes many?

Christopher Roosen

Christopher is the Director and Founder of Cognitive Ink, a leading Sydney based User Experience consulting company. As a principle UX consultant, he has provided a decade of UX consulting to businesses across Australia and New Zealand. He is especially skilled in projects involving complex problems, devices and rich data. Christopher's passions are healthcare, calm technology, emergent systems and environmentally valuable UX. He is obsessed with understanding the way that users think and behave in the context of technology. Christopher has a Masters degree in Cognitive Psychology, and a Post Graduate Certificate in Human Factors. 

Q&A Panel - Integrating personal wearables data into broader health system use / adoption and innovation approaches discussed facilitated by Dr George Margelis

Mohamed Haroon Medical Hospitalist, Sydney; Dr Mike Bainbridge Clinical Director, ASE Health; Kelly Tall Wearables consumer and researcher; Christopher Roosen Director Cognitive Ink, User Design; Gaurav Sood Convenor, Health Tech Sydney


AGM

New South Wales has a growing community of e-health and health informatics proponents, leaders and experts. Our branch of HISA continues to attract a diverse and influential audience across the spectrum of health. HISA NSW members will be invited to participate in the HISA NSW AGM. We hope all HISA members in New South Wales will be able to take part following the presentations.

 


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