BREAKFASTS

Networking, Learning & Sharing – ALL BEFORE 9AM!

HISA Breakfasts provide opportunities for HISA members and the health sector at large to connect and share knowledge and ideas on key topics and latest trends.

We seek to grow, connect and bring the health sector community together through networking, information sharing and the exchange of ideas.

HISA Breakfast Series provide an opportunity to connect before a busy day starts.

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

Current breakfast events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

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Previous breakfast events

A new era in healthcare – opportunities fuelled by healthcare digital innovation – #Melbourne

Dr Simon Kos, Charles Cornish and Dani Arousi
10 November, 2017

A new era in healthcare – opportunities fuelled by healthcare digital innovation – #Brisbane

Dr Simon Kos, Charles Cornish and Dani Arousi
16 November, 2017

e-Patient Dave on participatory medicine and the science of engagement

e-Patient Dave
10 October, 2017

Health Data Analytics: How clinical data surveillance can help identify at-risk patients faster

Dr Krispin Hajkowicz, Andy Lo and Priscilla Rogers
13 July, 2017

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April 12, 2017 Brisbane | Using real world data to drive Clinical Trials
Dr Manfred Stapff SVP, Chief Medical Officer, TriNetX

March 7, 2017 Melbourne | Moving into 2017 – Digital Health, Informatics and a Person-Centred Approach Explored
Associate Professor Chris Bain Chief Health Information Services Manager, Mercy Health, Dr Martin Seneviratne Resident Medical Officer, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Sue McCarthy Chief Nursing Officer, Datacom Healthcare Solutions

March 8, 2017 Syndey | Moving into 2017 – Digital Health, Informatics and a Person-Centred Approach Explored
Associate Professor Chris Bain Chief Health Information Services Manager, Mercy Health, Dr Martin Seneviratne Resident Medical Officer, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Sue McCarthy Chief Nursing Officer, Datacom Healthcare Solutions

March 9, 2017 Brisbane | Moving into 2017 – Digital Health, Informatics and a Person-Centred Approach Explored
Associate Professor Chris Bain Chief Health Information Services Manager, Mercy Health, Dr Martin Seneviratne Resident Medical Officer, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Sue McCarthy Chief Nursing Officer, Datacom Healthcare Solutions

December 2, 2016 Melbourne | A data driven approach to research in the precision medicine era
Dr Jack London Jefferson University and Jim Whelan TriNetX

December 8, 2016 Sydney | A data driven approach to research in the precision medicine era
Dr Jack London Jefferson University and Jim Whelan TriNetX

October 18, 2016 Sydney | Clinical Decision Support – Variability of Care and Patient Pathways
Dr Peter Edelstein MD, FACS, FASCRS Elsevier and Dr Robert Dunlop Clinical Director, Elsevier

April 5-6, 2016 Melbourne & Brisbane | The future state of clinical decision support
Dr Mark Santamaria Emergency Physician, The Alfred, Dr James F. Wiley II MD MPH and Mal Thatcher previous CIO Mater Health Services Brisbane / Queensland Health CHIO

March 30, 2016 Perth | Perioperative medicine – digital strategies and global trends
Dr John Ellingham FANZCA and Stephen Fitzgerald CIO, Getz Clinical

2016 Brisbane & Sydney | Using health technology to facilitate evidence-based medicine
Dr John Ellingham FANZCA and Stephen Fitzgerald CIO, Getz Clinical A/Prof Ian Scott Director of Internal Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology, Princess Alexandra Hospital Brisbane, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Queensland, Chris Cox Senior Marketing Manager, UpToDate Boston USA, Professor Craig Mellis Professor of Medicine, Sydney Medical School The University of Sydney and Neville Board Australian Commission of Quality and Safety in Healthcare

2016 Melbourne | Business intelligence in healthcare
Paul Henderson Head of Analytics, EMIS, Prof Malcolm Pradhan CMO, Alcidion Corporation and Colin Hockadan Northern Territory Government

2016 Melbourne Brisbane Sydney | Case Management
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 Microsoft Community Health – UK Torbay Trust

2016 Melbourne Brisbane Sydney Adelaide | Clinical Mobility
Dr Bill Crounce Microsoft MD