Innovation, digital health, IoT and cybersecurity are the current ‘in’ words. Is Australian healthcare keeping up with the global trends in these areas? This webinar provides an insight into the innovation occurring in the USA, Israel and Europe and highlights the potential for innovation driven digital health, together with the intersection of this with IoT and cybersecurity?
Prof Trish Williams
CISCO Chair & Professor of Digital Health Systems
School of Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics, Flinders University
As Cisco Chair and Professor of Digital Health Systems at Flinders University in South Australia, Trish is co-director of the Flinders Digital Health Research Centre, a newly formed multidisciplinary entity to further digital health systems and technologies research. Her role is to foster digital health university-industry-government collaborations to contribute to ‘Digital Health Enabling Health Smart Living’. As a passionate contributor to, and advocate for, health informatics standards, Trish is a previous Chair of HL7 Australia, international co-chair HL7 Security and nominated expert on ISO health informatics standards. Trish is co-editor of HISA’s Privacy Guideline and E-Safety Professional Practice Guidelines, Board Member of HISA, primary author of the RACGP Computer and Information Security Standards, NPS MedicineWise Data Governance Committee member, amongst other industry and health advisory boards. She has over 100 health and medical information security and safety publications. Trish’s research and capability span health cyber-security, privacy, mobile health, Health Internet of Things (HIoT), medical device security, data quality, governance, health software safety, and health informatics standards. Trish’s internationally recognised expertise in medical information security (as well as her liking for full-bodied red wine!), and these together with her passion for practical outcomes and experience in healthcare computing are integrated to lead research and innovation in digital health.
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