Vic Forum and AGM - Update on the PCEHR & Privacy
Gavin Jennings (Shadow Minister for Health and Mental Health) - Opening Address
Beth Wilson (Health Services Commissioner) - PCEHR Privacy update
Craig Szucs (NEHTA) - Update on PCEHR from NEHTA
Tuesday 3 July 2012
Deloitte, Lvl 10 / 550 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000
5.30 - Registration and Networking
6.00 - Opening Address Mr Gavin Jennings – Shadow Minister for Health and Mental Health
6.20 – PCEHR Privacy Update Beth Wilson - Health Services Commissioner
6.40 - Update on PCEHR from NEHTA Craig Szucs – National E-Health Transition Authority
7.00 – Summary discussion and closing address Julianne Oorloff - HISA Vic chair
Gavin Jennings was elected as the Member for Melbourne Province in September 1999 and re-elected at the November 2002 State Election. Following the Bracks Labor Government’s reforms to the Legislative Council, Gavin was elected to the South Eastern Metropolitan Region at the 2006 State Election.
Shadow Minister for Health and Mental Health since December 2010.
On 1 May 1997 Beth Wilson became Victoria’s Health Services Commissioner. She is a lawyer by training and has worked mainly in administrative law. Beth has had a long-standing interest in medico/legal and ethical issues.
Prior to becoming Health Services Commissioner, Beth was the President of the Mental Health Review Board, a Senior Legal Member of the Social Security Appeals Board and WorkCare Appeals Board and a past President of the Victorian Branch of ANZAPPL. In 2007 Beth was appointed a member of the Disability Services Board.
Craig holds the position of Change Manager for the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record with the National E-Health Transition Authority with a focus on supporting eHealth and PCEHR adoption across the health sector. Prior to this Craig spent seven years working within the General Practice Network, holding a number of project management and executive positions in State Based Organisations (SBOs) of the General Practice Network across Victoria and Western Australia before becoming Principal eHealth Adviser for the General Practice Network peak body the AGPN. Craig has experience in eHealth policy development, project management and a passion for driving eHealth adoption as a means for improving health outcomes in the community. Craig has tertiary qualifications in computer science and private sector experience in IT/IM implementation and administration.
HISA would like to thank Deloitte for sponsoring this event.
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