HISA Clinical Informatics Network group will lead and create opportunities to influence and shape the digital health agenda. The group has its origins at HIC 2016, where delegates attended a workshop to contribute to an emerging Clinical Informatics agenda for Australia. Small workshop groups identified challenges and issues facing Clinical Informatics. The broad issues they identified were: education, standards, interoperability, silos, change management and project management. These issues will guide HISA’s growing Clinical Informatics Network.
Clinical informatics membership
Are you involved in clinical informatics? Do you have any suggestions, ideas or would like to get involved in this community of practice?
Dr Yasmine Probst, NSW
Michael Hosking, CHIA, VIC/NZ
Jayne Barclay, CHIA, QLD
Lis Herbert, QLD
Dr George Margelis, NSW
Dr Dylan Mordaunt, SA
Chris O’Donnell, QLD
Jeremy Roach, CHIA, NSW
Dr Mark Santamaria, CHIA, VIC
Dr Angie Shafei, SA
Apurv Walia, VIC
Michelle Winning, CHIA, QLD
There are no webinars scheduled at this time.
Digital health is the future of healthcare, not an option. Resting on healthcare’s digital health posture is the calibre of leadership in clinical informatics. The right clinical leadership is required to make decisions about technology design and implementation so that it provides the information needed to drive real change in clinical practice. This leadership capability [...]
Clinical governance emerged as a key priority in our recent survey of the HISA Clinical Informatics Community of Practice. More than half of the respondents said clinical governance for implementing systems or process changes was a priority for the coming year. The survey was a temperature check on the state of clinical informatics and organised by HISA for the Community of Practice.