Health Informatics Society of Australia (WA Branch) welcomes you to our educational event:
Data Governance: The Highlights
The healthcare sector is being
transformed through a range of health reform imperatives, including new funding
models with more stringent accountability and reporting requirements.
These significant changes are driving
a pervasive need for quality data which is essential for meeting the new
requirements for accurate comparative analysis and rigour in performance
assessment across health service providers.
The realisation of the need for good
data is gaining momentum throughout all the disciplines comprising the health
workforce as the demands for accurate, timely and reliable data increase.
Many innovative data governance
projects are now delivering tangible benefits to consumers and healthcare
Nigel Chartres, the session presenter
and facilitator, will share with you the key findings from the inaugural HISA
Data Governance Conference held in May 2011 and the second one recently held in
Melbourne. In doing this he will show
you how many passionate people are pioneering ideas and are making a positive
difference to the healthcare environment through their data governance
This participatory session will
provide an overview of these interesting recent developments and encourage you
to contribute your ideas for how we might improve our approaches so that we
continue to introduce more beneficial change to the health sector through good
When: Thursday 26th April, 5:15pm for a 5:30 start
Venue: Seminar rooms 2 &3, Department of Health WA, 189 Royal Street, East Perth WA 6004
Event Entry: Members free event entry; Non-members $25
Nigel Chartres 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 has consistently demonstrated significant skills in building,
motivating and empowering teams to formulate policies and programs,
design strategies and deliver beneficial outcomes in diverse situations.
Nigel has formal qualifications in science and business systems and
through memberships of professional organisations continues to develop
innovative approaches for addressing complex issues and problems. Nigel has achieved significant success in delivering new programs,
improved business arrangements and systems in many government
environments and community based organisations.