Sponsor and Exhibit
Sponsorship at Health Data Analytics – an unrivalled opportunity to increase your organisation’s profile.
Enhance your organisation’s credibility to a highly targeted market and leverage lead generation.
Health Data Analytics attracts senior executives and key decision makers, with a current and relevant program set to attract over 150 influential delegates from a range of industries, including both public and private hospitals, state and federal government, primary care, community care, public health and more.
Sponsorship packages include: Gold, Silver and Bronze profiling, networking reception sponsorship, keynote speaker sponsor, session sponsorship, exhibitor, lunch sponsor and more.
To find out more, please contact Amanda at HISA.
Health Data Analytics 2017 is the place where delegates will come to hear about the emerging trend for personalised healthcare and the groundswell of consumer-collected health data flowing in to the health system, offering both challenges and opportunities for improved – evidence based – patient care. It will be a great opportunity to make sure they know how you can help them.
Connect with a powerful and relevant audience
Grow brand image through targeted exposure
Unveil or demonstrate a product or launch a new idea
Build business relationships and emotionally connect with customers
Health Data Analytics is a must-attend event for those who share the desire to use data analytics to deliver better healthcare to all.
If your target market includes clinicians, healthcare executives and managers both clinical and non-clinical, data and information professionals, health informaticians, health policy makers, and academics.
Health Data Analytics will provide knowledge on how to get valuable information into the hands of clinicians and health service managers, where it can be used for decision-making and improving health outcomes for patients.
A particular focus will be the increasing role of the CIO and CMIO in hospitals and health systems and the clinicians, health informatics and health IT staff that are being tasked with delivering the change to a data driven health service.