CONNECTING HEALTHCARE - INTEROPERABILITY & STANDARDS

Connecting healthcare providers with standards

This workshop covers a range of topics related to electronic health communication and standardisation relevant to health providers, managers and IT industry. The unifying theme is examining the use of standards to move healthcare connectivity forward. While standards involved are somewhat “hidden” from view, knowing about them is crucial for purchasers and users of healthcare technology.

  • Digital hospitals – connecting medical devices and impact of EMR
  • Update on HL7 FHIR and implementation experience in IHE profiles
  • My Health Record – built on IHE standards; next steps in health information exchange
  • Usability and connectivity

Brought to you by

IHE (Integrating Healthcare Enterprise) is an international healthcare integration standards organisation working with key players such as HL7, DICOM, IEEE and healthcare professional organisations to put standard systems into practice. IHE Australia is a member of the Australian health information systems standards development community.

Health Level Seven (HL7) International is a global standards development organisation that produces standards to facilitate interoperability and improve the capability of health information systems.

IHE Workshop

Who should attend

  • – EMR, middleware and medical device vendors
  • – Hospital information systems and medical engineering professionals
  • – CIOs
  • – Clinical informaticians
  • – Health system architects
  • – Physicians
  • – Nurses
  • – Aged care facilities
  • – Home health services.

REGISTER

RATES
HISA/IHE/HL7 Member* (i) $150
Non-member $180
Student Member* (i) $75
Student Non-member^ (i) $125
REGISTER

PROGRAM

Click here to download a pdf version of the full program.

WHEN AND WHERE

WHEN Sunday 29 July 2018

WHERE Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour
a: 100 Murray Street, Pyrmont NSW 2009
t: +61 2 9288 7116
w: www.novoteldarlingharbour.com.au

PARKING Click here for more details on getting to the Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour and parking.

Speakers

Adrian Hutchinson

Director Nursing Informatics and CNIO, and Manager of the Clinical Technology Service
The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne

Patricia Liebke

Lead Clinical Informatics Officer
UnitingCare Health

Nicole Wilson MSN RN

Senior Manager of Clinical Marketing
BD

Bennett Lauber
@uuAbility

Chief Experience Officer
Usabilty People

Grahame Grieve
@GrahameGrieve

Principle
Health Intersections

Michael Czapski
@mczapski

Principal Healthcare Solutions Architect
Oracle

Vince McCauley

Chief Medical Officer
Telstra Health

Prof Trish Williams
@TrishWilliamsAu

Cisco Chair and Professor of Digital Health Systems
Flinders University

Peter MacIsaac
@macI500

Clinical and Informatics Advisor
Victorian Agency for Health Information

Chris Lindop

Healthcare Systems and Interoperability expert

Program

SUNDAY 29 JULY 2018

Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour

10:00 am Registration opens
10:30 am Welcome and introductions – Dr. Vince McCauley Chair IHE Australia
  Connecting digital hospitals
10:45 am Royal Children’s Hospital: Digital hospital in one day & Connecting devices to EMR
Adrian Hutchinson, Chief Nursing Information Officer, Royal Childrens Hospital, Melbourne
10:45 am St. Stephens Hospital: Digital hospital pioneer – Medical devices and data integration
Patricia Liebke, Lead Clinical Informatics Officer, UnitingCare Health
10:45 am Close loop medication in in the hospital of 2020
Nicole Wilson, Nicole Wilson MSN, RN, CPHIMS, Senior Manager, Clinical Strategy, BD
12:15 am Lunch
  Usability
1:00 pm Usability: What it means for connectivity
Bennett Lauber @uuAbility, Chief Experience Officer, The Usability People
  Health information exchange
1:30 pm Watching the data move: What happens inside a Health Information Exchange
Michael Czapski @mczapski, Principal Healthcare Solutions Architect, Oracle
2:00 pm MyHealth Record: Building on IHE’s XDS foundations – what is possible
Chris Lindop, IHE Radiology Technical Committee, IHE Australia
Dr Vince McCauley, IHE Australia
2:30 pm Afternoon tea
  HL7 FHIR – burning issues for implementation
3:00 pm e-Referrals and provider directory on FHIR
To be confirmed
3:30 pm Security on FHIR
Prof Trish Williams @TrishWilliamsAu, Cisco Chair and Professor of Digital Health System, Flinders University
4:00 pm Electronic record data for research: REDCap on FHIR
Dr Peter MacIsaac, IHE Australia
4:30 pm Annual FHIR update
Graham Grieve @GrahameGrieve, HL7 Australia and Health Intersections
  Combined workshop sessions
5:00 pm Connecting IHE and UX workshops – wrap up
Prof Chris Bain, Monash University
5:00 pm Connecting IHE and UX workshops – wrap up
Vince McCauley, Chair IHE Australia
5:30 – 6:30 pm Networking Reception