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Clinical Informatics

The Institute’s Clinical Informatics Community of Practice (CoP) believes leadership in clinical informatics is imperative if we are to get digital health right. Leadership skills in clinical informatics must be developed if we are to ensure the application of technology brings value to healthcare delivery and patient experience.

Jayne Barclay CHIA

Why is Clinical Informatics important?

More and more we are seeing leaders across the health system called upon to help educate, inform and inspire change in hospitals and healthcare organisations.

In acknowledging the important role clinicians play in leading digital transformation in health, the Clinical Informatics network will lead and create opportunities to influence and shape the digital health agenda.

Get involved! Join the Institute and play a role in the future of healthcare.

White Paper

Read the white paper on “Leadership in Clinical Informatics”.

Leadership

Jayne Barclay

Jayne Barclay CHIA

Chair, QLD

Direct Digital Health Systems & Informatics Mater Health Services

Dr Yasmine Probst FAIDH

Dr Yasmine Probst FAIDH

Immediate Past Chair, NSW

Senior Lecturer, University of Wollongong

Dr Dylan Mordaunt FAIDH CHIA

Dr Dylan Mordaunt FAIDH CHIA

Vice Chair, SA

Director of Medical Services, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District

Lis Herbert

Lis Herbert

Secretary, QLD

Clinical Informatics Manager, Elsevier ANZ

Dr Kieran Dang CHIA

Dr Kieran Dang CHIA

Member Engagement Coordinator, NSW

Chief Clinical Informatics Officer, Big Picture Medical

Dr Ryan Radecki AFAIDH

Dr Ryan Radecki AFAIDH

Member Engagement Coordinator, NZ

Melinda Wassell CHIA

Melinda Wassell CHIA

Digital Content Coordinator, VIC

Chief Health Informatics Officer, Work Healthy Australia

Jenn Lee CHIA

Jenn Lee CHIA

Written Content Coordinator, VIC

Dr Adrian Boscolo CHIA

Dr Adrian Boscolo CHIA

Committee member, NSW

Dr Mark Santamaria

Dr Mark Santamaria CHIA

Committee member, VIC

Founder & Advisor, Clinical Informatics and Health Data Analytics (CIHDA)

Upcoming Events

The Institute hosts dozens of events nationally each year.

Clinical Informatics on Digital Health TV

A member-exclusive benefit featuring hundreds of videos.

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Webinar | On our terms: Why clinical terminology matters

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Clinical Informatics: At the Crossroads

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Clinical Informatics: Lessons from the U.S.

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Clinical Informatics: Insights, innovations and leading change

Resources

Clinical Informatics White Paper

Clinical Informatics Community of Practice
 

Community blogs, learnings and insights

If you would like to contribute to our community of practice and have something to say, send us an email.

Data Divide

Data Divide

Blog Data Divide By Dr Mark Santamaria Part of the Clinical Informatics Community of Practice Steering Committee For many years we have been talking about the ‘digital divide’ in healthcare, but the implementation of any digital solution does not itself improve...

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Dr Martin Knapp divulges

Dr Martin Knapp divulges

Community Chats Dr Martin Knapp divulges By Dr Martin Knapp, Nephrologist What are you currently doing? Writing, reading, relaxing….. and speaking when I get a chance!   When did you realise technology would be useful in healthcare? It was all about the data, and...

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Telehealth designed with the patient in mind

Telehealth designed with the patient in mind

Blog Telehealth designed with the patient in mind By Dr Mark Santamaria (part of the Clinical Informatics Community of Practice Steering Committee) I just received the advance notification of the Australian Telehealth Conference 2018 in my email, and it reminded me of...

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