Breakfast Series
Using real world data to drive Clinical Trials

The presentation will focus on the practicalities on automating clinical trials, getting the best out of your data to support research, and bringing together collaborations with hospitals, research organisations and industry.

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BRIS 12 April

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Proudly supported by TriNetX

Breakfast Series
You are invited to our Melbourne and Sydney networking, learning and sharing events on Friday 2 December and Thursday 8 December respectively.

“A data driven approach to research in the precision medicine era”

Meet Dr Jack London from Jefferson University Philadelphia, a leading expert in bioinformatics and recognised for his work in cancer, pathology and data analytics.
 

Melbourne info    Sydney info

Proudly sponsored by Proudly supported by TriNetx

You are invited to our Sydney networking, learning and sharing event.

TOPIC – “Clinical Decision Support – Variability of Care and Patient Pathways

Tuesday 18 October 2016 | Rydges Sydney Central
#HISABreakfast Series provides an opportunity to connect before a busy day starts.

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NETWORKING, LEARNING & SHARING - ALL BEFORE 9AM!#HISABreakfast

About the Series

  • Relevant topics
  • Knowledge and content driven
  • Value adding
  • Run throughout the year
  • Delivered by HISA

Who attends?

  • CXOs
  • Clinicians
  • CIOs and Health IT implementers
  • Health informaticians and data analysts
  • Healthcare administrators and policy makers
  • Leading academics and researchers

CPD CHIAs
HISA breakfasts have been approved for up to 1.5 contact hour of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential.
Click here for more information on becoming a certified health informatics professional.

Current breakfast events

PRESENTER


Dr Manfred Stapff
SVP, Chief Medical Officer, TriNetX

You are invited to our next HISA breakfast in April when we continue the discussion on Using real world data to drive Clinical Trials.

We focus on the practicalities on automating clinical trials, getting the best out of your data to support research, and bringing together collaborations with hospitals, research organisations and industry.

Wednesday 12 April 2017. Brisbane

MELBOURNE

A/prof Chris Bain
Associate Professor Chris Bain
Chief Health Information Services Manager, Mercy Health

Dr Martin Seneviratne
Dr Martin Seneviratne
Resident Medical Officer Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Sue McCarthy
Sue McCarthy
Chief Nursing Officer, Datacom Healthcare Solutions

SYDNEY

Robin Mann
Robin Mann
National Chief of Innovation, Little Company of Mary Healthcare

Dr Martin Seneviratne
Dr Martin Seneviratne
Resident Medical Officer Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Sue McCarthy
Sue McCarthy
Chief Nursing Officer, Datacom Healthcare Solutions

BRISBANE

Alastair Sharman
Alastair Sharman
Chief Information Officer, Children’s Health Queensland HHS

Dr Martin Seneviratne
Dr Martin Seneviratne
Resident Medical Officer Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Sue McCarthy
Sue McCarthy
Chief Nursing Officer, Datacom Healthcare Solutions

Previous breakfast events

PRESENTER:


Dr Jack London
Jefferson University Philadelphia

PRESENTER:


Jim Whelan
TriNetX

PRESENTER:


Dr Jack London
Jefferson University Philadelphia

PRESENTER:


Jim Whelan
TriNetX

PRESENTER:

Dr Peter Edelstein
Dr Peter Edelstein
MD, FACS, FASCRS
Elsevier

PRESENTER:

Dr Robert Dunlop
Dr Robert Dunlop
Clinical Director
Elsevier

MELBOURNE SPEAKER:

Dr Mark Santamaria
Dr Mark Santamaria
Emergency Physician, The Alfred

MELBOURNE/BRISBANE SPEAKER:

Dr James F. Wiley
Dr James F. Wiley II
MD MPH

BRISBANE SPEAKER:

Mal Thatcher
Mal Thatcher
previous CIO Mater Health Services Brisbane / Queensland Health CHIO

GUEST SPEAKER:

Dr John Ellingham
Dr John Ellingham
FANZCA

GUEST SPEAKER:

Stephen Fitzgerald
Stephen Fitzgerald
CIO
Getz Clinical

Using health technology to facilitate evidence-based medicine Getz
BRISBANE SPEAKERS:

A/Prof Ian ScottA/Prof Ian Scott
Director of Internal Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology
Princess Alexandra Hospital Brisbane
Associate Professor of Medicine
University of Queensland

Chris CoxChris Cox
Senior Marketing Manager
UpToDate
Boston USA

SYDNEY SPEAKERS:

Professor Craig MellisProfessor Craig Mellis
Professor of Medicine
Sydney Medical School
The University of Sydney

Neville BoardNeville Board
Australian Commission of Quality and Safety in Healthcare

Business intelligence in healthcare Ascribe
MELBOURNE SPEAKERS:

Henderson PaulPaul Henderson
Head of Analytics
EMIS

Pradhan MalcolmProf Malcolm Pradhan
CMO
Alcidion Corporation

Colin Hockadan
Northern Territory Government

Case Management Microsoft
MELBOURNE, BRISBANE, SYDNEY SPEAKERS

Case studies included:

simient

Pubic Health
Queensland Health QUITLine & Hear and Say

obs

Medical Credentialing
Epworth Health

eSaavy

HR Complaints Management
Hunter New England

procura

Aged Care
BlueCare

MSFT

Community Health
UK Torbay Trust

Clinical Mobility Microsoft     Inter
MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, BRISBANE, SYDNEY

Bill Crounce
Dr Bill Crounce
Microsoft MD