Grand Round Event
CXIO Network: Grand round event
The inaugural grand round event for the Chief X Information Officer Network will be held at the Royal Melbourne Hospital on Friday, 12 October.
Focusing on the theme of Change Leadership, an eminent panel of clinical leaders will discuss the role and positioning of CXIOs within a healthcare organisation. Topics covered include an introduction to the CXIO Network; a network of clinicians built by clinicians, followed by a presentation that aims to dispel the commonly-held perception that the role of a CXIO is predominantly an IT job and a panel discussion on the CXIO state of play. The event will conclude with a light networking lunch.
This event is free and everyone is welcome to attend. You do not have to be a CXIO to register. To avoid disappointment, please register and arrive early to secure a seat.
Dr Kudzai Kanhutu Telehealth Clinical Lead, Royal Melbourne Hospital
|Introduction to the CXIO Network and EMR implementation stories
Dr George Margelis Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Western Sydney
|The CXIO job is not an IT job
Dr Robyn Gillies CMIO, Royal Melbourne Hospital
|CXIO state of play – An open discussion
Dr Timothy Fazio Clinical Informatics Lead, Royal Melbourne Hospital
Kristie Mackenzie CNIO, Royal Melbourne Hospital
|Networking and light lunch|
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CHIA CPD Points
CXIO events have been approved for up to 1.5 contact hour of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential.
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Built by clinicians for clinicians, the Chief X Information Officer (CXIO) Network offers a common platform for clinical leaders to connect with peers, share ideas and support each other as we collectively build health’s digital future and improve the quality of healthcare in our community.
Contact: Desiree by email [email protected] or phone 03 9326 3311