SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS
HISA wishes to thank the following organisations for supporting the conference.
Cyberscience bridges the gap between Health Providers and the information they need to perform effectively. Our reporting solution, Enterprise Cyberquery (eCQ), can link multiple applications and databases, providing unparalleled access to information and reports not provided by core business applications. eCQ has been adopted by Health Providers using business systems such as CSC and Cerner, to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. The result of over 30 year’s development, eCQ is easy to use, powerful and fast. Couple this with Cyberscience staffs’ experience in the information needs of Health Professionals and you have a winning solution to a major problem. eCQ supports applications such as Patient Administration, Finance, Supply & Inventory, Aged Care, Community, HR, plus alerts and more. eCQ supports many different databases including Oracle, SQL Server, Progress, DB2, MY SQL, Informix, C-ISAM. Are you having problems getting the reports and forms you need? Or maybe you’d like to link data from your Time and Attendance, Finance application, or Excel based budget details to your PAS? You may be a candidate for our free Test Drive, where eCQ is installed and configured to work real time, in your production environment. Give it a try. You’ll be delighted. www.cyberscience.com
The Health Informatics Society of Australia is a membership based not-for-profit organisation which has been supporting and representing Australia’s health informatics and e-health community for almost 20 years. HISA aims to improve healthcare through the use of technology and information; providing a national network to support members and promote our industry. www.hisa.org.au
The Australian e-Health Research Centre (AEHRC) is the leading national research facility applying information and communication technology to improve health services and clinical treatment for Australians. AEHRC is a joint venture between CSIRO and the Queensland Government, through Queensland Health. AEHRC combines CSIRO’s capabilities in information and communication technology and health with Queensland’s extensive health research and clinical expertise. AEHRC is developing and deploying digital innovations to improve service delivery in the Queensland and Australian health systems, generate commercialisation revenue, and increase the pool of world-class e-health expertise in Australia. CSIRO and WA Health: CSIRO has also partnered with the Western Australian Department of Health to fund the Australian Tele-Health Research and Development Group (ATDRG). The team, based in Perth, are developing novel telemedicine services, including new screening services for chronic and neurological diseases. www.aehrc.com