Australian Capital Territory
About HISA ACT
The Australian Capital Territory branch is being launched by a group of dedicated professionals from diverse backgrounds with an interest in informatics across a range of applications in health and clinical practice.
The incoming committee is committed to encouraging dialogue, debate and shared experiences in health informatics for not only the ACT but Australia as a whole.
Anyone with an interest or curiosity in the health informatics field is invited to join one of our educational events. Up to 3-4 events will be held annually and present a fantastic opportunity to learn more about new systems, developments, strategies and technologies. They provide valuable networking opportunities and a chance to interact with like-minded individuals.
We welcome feedback or requests from the ACT community, and look forward to working with our community and HISA’s national office to represent and advocate in national health informatics forums on behalf of our membership.
Membership of HISA ACT is available to all financial members of HISA. Benefits of being a HISA member include:
- Subscription to the HISA ACT email list, forums and group blogs
- The opportunity to influence and drive the e-health and health informatics agenda in the ACT
- The opportunity to network and learn from the experience of colleagues and collaborate with others
- The opportunity to represent the interests of e-health and health informatics professionals in national forums
- Access to relevant and timely information
- The ability to contribute to the latest information and resource offerings
A focus on clinical leadership and digital trends impacting healthcare
Wednesday 30 October 2019 | 5:30pm
Join HISA in Canberra for an important after work networking and connection event. Our panel of speakers will help reflect on opportunities for clinical and non-clinical leadership in change, professional advancement and new careers emerging from the digital trends impacting healthcare and a spotlight on local innovation with the use of virtual reality to treat patients.
To see a complete list of events, click here.