Natalie Turner has had a successful career working with SA Health, and more recently, on the state-wide EMR project as an educator. Natalie also works with the HISA South Australian state branch committee. We had a chat with her to talk about her experience in nursing informatics and the upcoming International Nursing Informatics Congress (NI) [...]
HIC 2019 has taken off to a great start! Both the Sunday pre-HIC events - The Nursing Informatics Conference and Connecting healthcare: Interoperability & standards workshop - featured a packed program and were well attended. Here's a look back at NIA 2019.
Tom Crampton Cybersecurity Community of Practice Steering Committee Member Cyber criminal activity continues to spread rapidly across Australian businesses of all sizes and in all industries. Healthcare is no exception, and frontline employees and ‘C-suite’ executives are increasingly the prime targets. While businesses may feel overwhelmed by the growing risk of cyber attacks and criminal [...]
Monica Ferrie Consumer Representative Kathy Campbell Precision Medicine Community of Practice The journey to needing bespoke care is also bespoke. The health ‘system’ and our care model are focussed on the sick. A full life is so much more than not being sick. Some of us live with lifetime disease or disability, yet that does [...]
Each month, HISA’s Leadership and Advocacy Director Dr Josie Di Donato contemplates on trending issues and topics. Your feedback and suggestions for future articles are welcomed. You can reach Josie here. Scrolling through LinkedIn at the start of 2019, there were a number of posts from hospitals welcoming their new medical interns. By now thousands [...]
The issue of fit between the work and needs of clinicians (medical, nursing and other) together with the clinical information systems (CIS) they are expected to use during the course of managing patients, is one that has been gaining increasing amounts of attention over time. This is particularly true of large-scale CIS. That is to [...]