National Clinical Terminology Service webinar series February 2019

National Clinical Terminology Service webinar series February 2019

The National Clinical Terminology Service (NCTS) of the Australian Digital Health Agency is presenting four introductory webinars during February 2019. These webinars are suitable for anyone interested in learning about SNOMED CT-AU and the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT). 1. Introduction to SNOMED CT-AU terminology This is a one-hour webinar held on Tuesday 12 February 2019, [...]
Clinical Informatics White Paper launched

Clinical Informatics White Paper launched

Digital health leaders are invaluable to the transformation of Australian healthcare. More and more we are seeing leaders across the health system called on to help educate, inform and inspire change in hospitals and healthcare organisations. In acknowledging the important role clinicians play in leading digital transformation in health, HISA is pleased to launch a [...]
New national CXIO Network launched today

New national CXIO Network launched today

HISA welcomes the launch today of a new network for clinical leaders in digital health. The Chief X Information Officer (CXIO) Network will facilitate digital health adoption and uptake in hospitals and healthcare organisations across Australia. HISA and the Australasian College of Health Informatics (ACHI) launched the CXIO Network today in partnership with the Australian [...]
Dr Martin Knapp divulges

Dr Martin Knapp divulges

Name Clinical Discipline Connect Dr Martin Knapp Nephrologist Linked In What are you currently doing? Writing, reading, relaxing….. and speaking when I get a chance! When did you realise technology would be useful in healthcare? It was all about the data, and how it could be used to make predictions and about when was the [...]
Data Divide

Data Divide

For many years we have been talking about the ‘digital divide’ in healthcare, but the implementation of any digital solution does not itself improve outcomes, unless there is clear evidence to prove it.