State Branches are actively engaged in science, academia, all health sectors as well as the business community and hold regular networking and educational events on a wide range of topics.
HISA State branches are run by committed and dedicated volunteers who ensure HISA a local presence by hosting events and networking opportunities throughout the year.
Objectives of HISA Branches
- To promote digital health and health informatics in healthcare and in the wider community.
- To provide networking and education opportunities for HISA members.
- To advance cooperation and the dissemination and exchange of information.
- To promote research, education, training and development to support e-health.
- To represent the interests of state informatics at the national level.
All HISA members automatically become members of their local branch when joining HISA and are subscribed to the branch email list.
Non-members are encouraged to attend, join the network and be part of HISA efforts to drive digital health at the State level. You can find your State branch here.
Slides are available post event to HISA members only. If you would like further information on HISA membership please click here.
Are you looking for a unique networking opportunity to reach your customers? HISA State events could be just the thing!
- CIOs and Health IT implementers
- Health Informaticians and data analysts
- Healthcare administrators and policy makers
Get in front of an intimate group of decision makers, highly engaged with health informatics and tailored to your target audience. Our digital health community is member-based – they are engaged, informed and willing to hear about your company.
How do you get involved?
If there is a specific topic you would like the committee to discuss, or you wish to host an event, please let us know! Drop us a line at email@example.com or call us on +61 3 9326 3311
- at Hunter Medical Research Institute – The Caves Room Grounds of John Hunter HospitalMarch 3 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
We invite you to join an audience of consumers, healthcare providers, policy-makers, and researchers to consider burning issues now surrounding implementation of a person-centred My Health Record....