Presentation Slides | Clinical Informatics: Insights, innovations and leading change

Tuesday 19 November 2019 | The Playford Adelaide

Presentation slides

From the Clinical Informatics: Insights, innovations and leading change event

Slides are only available from the presenters who have given consent for HISA to distribute.

8:30 am Registration opens
Opening session – Setting the scene and priorities
9:00 am Opening
Mark Brommeyer Senior Lecturer in Health Care Management, Flinders University

Welcome to Country
Isaac Hannam (Kaurna & Ngarrindjeri)

9:10 am Introduction and welcome
Prof Paddy Phillips Commissioner, Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health
9:15 am Strategic overview/setting the scene: The importance of informatics in health reform
Tina Hardin Executive Director – Clinical Informatics, Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health
9:30 am Clinical Informatics presentations (8 min snapshot presentations)

Clinical Informatics Presentation
Dr Toby Gilbert Consultant Physician, Royal Adelaide Hospital

A/Prof Niranjan Bidargaddi Personal Health Informatics Lab, Flinders University

Leveraging routinely collected data to inform national outcomes of hospital care
Dr Isuru Ranasinghe Senior Cardiologist, Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Building health informatics capability and capacity in the South Australian Nursing and Midwifery workforce
Jennifer Hurley Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer and Leanne Naaraat Nursing Program Director, Nursing and Midwifery Office, SA Health

10:00 am PANEL: Applied Clinical Informatics: The importance of clinician led change and data in clinical settings
Dr Toby Gilbert Consultant Physician, Royal Adelaide Hospital
A/Prof Niranjan Bidargaddi Personal Health Informatics Lab, Flinders University
Dr Isuru Ranasinghe Senior Cardiologist, Central Adelaide Local Health Network
Jennifer Hurley Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer and Leanne Naaraat Nursing Program Director, Nursing and Midwifery Office, SA Health

Facilitator: Mark Brommeyer Senior Lecturer in Health Care Management, Flinders University

10:30 am Morning tea
Session – The changing landscape: How we can all contribute
11:00 am Future of health – health and wellness priorities and the role of data
Dr Shane Seabrook Manager, CSIRO Futures
11:20 am Importance of design and patient narrative
Matiu Bush Deputy Director, Health Transformation Lab, RMIT University
11:40 am The changing workforce: The emergence of new roles – building our workforce capacity
Dr Louise Schaper CEO, HISA
12:00 pm PANEL: Influencing change and innovation in health
Matiu Bush Deputy Director, Health Transformation Lab, RMIT University
Jennifer Hurley Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer, SA Health
Dr Louise Schaper CEO, HISA
Dr Shane Seabrook Manager, CSIRO Futures

Facilitator: Rhys Parker Chief Clinical Information Officer, SA Health

12:30 pm Lunch
Concurrent 1 – New and emerging technologies and trends
Chair Cate Hillard Chief Digital Information Officer, Northern Adelaide Local Health Network
Concurrent 2 – Achievements in data linkage and
collaboration
Chair Andrew McAlindon Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Central Adelaide Local Health Network
1:30 pm Can healthcare really be paperless?
Dr Malcolm Pradhan Chief Medical Officer, Alcidion
Data linkage projects of national significance
Chris Radbone Associate Director, SA NT DataLink
1:45 pm Making healthcare smarter and safer for patients
Ken Saman CEO, Personify Care
Patient Reported Outcome Measures – AOANJRR Pilot Achievements
Tamara Hooper Project Manager, Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry
2:00 pm Emerging consumer trends and the uptake in digital healthcare
Prof Anthony Maeder Professor of Digital Health Systems, Flinders University
Collaboration and data linkage – MATES program
Prof Libby Roughead Senior Principal Research Fellow, National Health and Medical Research Council
2:15 pm Realising the promise of personalised medicine
Prof Eva Bezak Professor in Medical Radiation, University of South Australia
Innovations occurring in rural and regional areas
Andrea Church Manager Service Initiatives, Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network
2:30 pm AI in GI: Rise of the machine(s)?
Prof Rajvinder Singh Director of Gastroenterology & Professor of Medicine, Lyell McEwin Hospital
Vulnerable children’s project
Melissa Bradley Director, Quality and Practice Department for Child Protection, SA Health
2:45 pm Q&A Q&A
3:00 pm Afternoon tea
Closing session – The importance of data: Looking to the future
3:20 pm Vision and the future of healthcare: Technology trends and societal change
Anders Sörman-Nilsson Futurist, Innovation Strategist, Author
4:00 pm Bringing it together: Our next steps
Prof Paddy Phillips Commissioner, Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health
4:20 pm Closing remarks
Mark Brommeyer Senior Lecturer in Health Care Management, Flinders University
4:30 pm Event day end

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