Program

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Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday

Monday 3 August 2015

7:30 am Registration opens
8:45 am Introduction and welcome Dr Michael Cleary Chair, HIC 2015 and Dr David Hansen Chair, HISA
8:55 am Welcome to country Songwoman Maroochy Turbal People
9:00 am Connecting the dots in healthcare social media Thomas M. Lee Co-Founder, Symplur (USA)
9:15 am Ministerial opening address The Hon. Cameron Dick, MP Minister for Health, Queensland Government
9:30 am Keep faith and strive forward: Development on China’s hospital information systems
Shen Tao Vice-President, China Medical Informatics Association (CHINA)
10:00 am The new era of thinking and practice in change and transformation Dr Helen Bevan Chief Transformation Officer, NHS Improving Quality (UK)
10:30 am CHIA: Acknowledging our CHIA Graduates
10:45 am Morning tea and poster viewing HIC Innovation Expo opens
11:25 – 12:55 Digital engagement explored – A new world of communication for health providers and consumers. Implementing electronic medication management systems: 101 for hospitals – A “how-to” workshop for clinicians and project leaders making the big safety transformation – safe EMM in hospitals. Leading the way: A strategy for Clinical Informatics in Australia – HISA’s recent call to establish a clinical informatics community of practice generated widespread interest. This workshop is your opportunity to shape the future of clinical informatics in Australia. Bring your ideas and your enthusiasm for how collectively, we can have the most impact on clinical informatics and the clinical workforce. Nursing Informatics Australia – A long running and successful forum attracting leaders in the field – nurses and midwives, nurse practitioners and more. Digital Hospital Design – A visionary workshop on innovation and technology for clinicians, Health IT, system designers, engineers, managers and architects. Hacking Health – Real health problems are being solved collaboratively, on location throughout HIC. Starts today – come hear the results on Wednesday.
12:55 pm Lunch and innovation expo
1:20 pm Lunchtime briefing – Meet your HISA state branch leaders
1:30 – 2:00 Posters session – Digital health/advancement in technology
2:05 – 3:25 eDiagnostics – Innovation around sharing images, xrays and results in the new digital health system. Implementing electronic medication management systems: 101 for hospitals A “how-to” workshop for clinicians and project leaders making the big safety transformation – safe EMM in hospitals. Rethinking evidence synthesis – Learn about the process of evolving evidence. Clinicians and health informaticians will enjoy the panel discussion. Nursing Informatics Australia – The forum continues with dedicated paper presentations for nurses and midwives, nurse practitioners and more. Digital Hospital Design – Workshop continues on innovation and technology for clinicians, Health IT, system designers, engineers, managers and architects. Hacking Health – Real health problems being solved collaboratively, on location throughout HIC. Continues all afternoon – come hear the results on Wednesday
3:25 pm Afternoon tea, innovation expo and poster viewing
4:05 – 5:45 Telehealth and mHealth – From tablets to mobiles and wearables – insights to mobile healthcare delivery will suit both hospital clinicians and primary care providers. Change management sponsored by Human Systems International in partnership with PMI Australia – How to be an organisation radical : Learn how to rock the boat without falling out. A workshop led by UK NHS change leader Dr Helen Bevan for hospital clinicians, administrators and change support teams. eMedication management and decision support – Hear about latest innovations in hospital and community direct from implementers. Nursing Informatics Australia – The forum continues with dedicated paper presentations for nurses and midwives, nurse practitioners and more. Digital Hospital Design – Workshop continues on innovation and technology for clinicians, Health IT, system designers, engineers, managers and architects. Hacking Health – Real health problems being solved collaboratively, on location throughout HIC. Continues all afternoon – come hear the results on Wednesday.
5:45 pm Day concludes
5:45 – 7:15 Networking reception, innovation expo and poster viewing sponsored by Dell

Tuesday 4 August 2015

7:30 am Registration opens
7:20 – 8:40 An overview of a HIMSS Stage 6 integration eMR – the challenges, innovations and discoveries from St Stephen’s Hospital Hervey Bay (invite only) Breakfast hosted UnitingCare Health
7:40 – 8:40 HISA AGM and breakfast
7:45 – 8:45 FHIR® works with SNOMED CT ® Breakfast hosted by nehta – National E-Health Transition Authority
9:00 am Digital disruption, exponential technologies and organisations
Dr Clarence Tan Ambassador, Asia Pacific, Singularity University
Hacking Health Hackathon teams develop their prototypes through the day. The idea is to build the simplest solution that could possibly work as a springboard for feedback and further iteration – not a shippable, commercial product. The prototype may be used to help secure funding and support to finish development.
9:15 am Your e-GP is ready to see you now… Dr Ewen McPhee Rural GP Obstetrician and an E-Health Champion, Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
9:30 am Business intelligence – health’s heartbeat Charlie Farah Director – Market Development, Healthcare and Public Sector, ANZ/APAC, Qlik
9:45 am

HISA Q&A Panel facilitated by Mark Brommeyer Chair, HISA QLD

Innovation, digital disruption and the future of health – a Q&A panel with the new generation of healthcare leaders
Audrey Irish Dental and Oral Health Representative, Future Health Leaders Council; Dr Shannon Nott Founding Co-Chair, Future Health Leaders; Dr Arran Schlosberg Genetic Pathology Registrar, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital; Martin Seneviratne Junior Medical Officer, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital; Shreya Tekriwal Founding Member, Hacking Health (CANADA)

10:40 am Morning tea, Innovation Expo and poster viewing
11:10 – 12:40 Primary care and chronic disease – Its e-health in the community with innovations to inspire GPs, practices, consumers and allied health professionals. eSafetyand privacy – A session not to be missed by health information managers, risk managers and anyone working with patient and carer information. Aged care informatics sponsored by Leecare Solutions- Papers will be presented on accreditation, safety and e-health in residential settings with discussion on barriers and enablers at this specialist event. Electronic health records – Learn more about this topical subject from real life implementations. An ideal session for clinicians at all levels of know-how on e-health. Tertiary care – data management – A series of papers presents the power of data and measuring quality in Australian hospital settings, for clinicians as well as health informaticians. Hacking Health – Hackathon teams will meet with their HH mentors throughout the day and prepare for their final demo presentation.
12:40 pm Lunch and Innovation Expo
12:55 pm CHIA Q&A
1:15 – 1:45 Posters session – Aged care informatics, innovations/latest research and system and workforce management
1:50 – 3:20 Primary care and chronic disease – Its e-health in the community with innovations to inspire GPs, practices, consumers and allied health professionals. Social Media Masterclass – A masterclass on Symplur – a leading edge health social media software. Delegates will learn about analytics, trends, predictions and look at a topical case study. Education and workforce management – Presentations on building knowledge, mentoring, supervising and remote working will make it easier for anyone planning for study and work. The consumer – Presentations on the changing health future and the life of a patient and carer in the digital era. Tertiary care – Presentations on the new world of hospital care, with case studies on new technology. Hacking Health – Hackathon teams will meet with their HH mentors throughout the day and prepare for their final demo presentation. HIC delegates will be able to observe the work in progress as the teams work on the exhibit floor.
3:20 pm Afternoon tea, Innovation Expo and poster viewing
4:00 pm

HISA Q&A Panel facilitated by Tony Jones Host of Q&A, ABC TV

Digital health is everyone’s business: How do we get there faster?
Dr Michael Cleary Chair, HIC 2015; Dr Doug Fridsma President and Chief Executive Officer, American Medical Informatics Association (USA); Dr David Hansen Chair, HISA; Paul Madden Special Adviser, Strategic Health Systems and Information Management, Department of Health; Prof Nilmini Wickramasinghe Epworth Chair Health Information Management, Epworth HealthCare

Hacking Health – Hackathon teams will meet with their HH mentors throughout the day and prepare for their final demo presentation. HIC delegates will be able to observe the work in progress as the teams work on the exhibit floor.
5:30 pm Day concludes
7:00 – 11:00 pm Gala awards dinner

Wednesday 5 August 2015

7:30 am Registration opens
730 – 8:40 An introduction to Australia’s newest fully integrated digital hospital, Macquarie University Hospital (invite only) Breakfast sponsored by InterSystems
8:50 am Ministerial address
The Hon. Sussan Ley MP Minister for Health and Sport, Australian Parliament
9:10 am The transformative role of health informatics bringing together government, academia, clinicians and technologists Dr Doug Fridsma President and Chief Executive Officer, American Medical Informatics Association (USA)
9:50 am Brazil’s national e-health record – a story of use case driven development. Prof Ricardo Puttini Coordinator of National EHR Project, University of Brasilia and Ministry of Health (BRAZIL)
10:25 am Morning tea, Innovation Expo and poster viewing
10:55 am Hackathon teams will demonstrate their proposed solutions in a 2 minute presentation on the HIC Plenary stage. Innovation at its finest! Juliana Alvarez and Shreya Tekriwal Hacking Health (CANADA).
11:55 am Break
12:10 – 1:40 Telehealth and mHealth – From tablets to mobiles and wearables – insights to mobile healthcare delivery will suit both hospital clinicians and primary care providers. The health informatics job market – Where ever you are in your health career, come and learn about opportunities in the growing global informatics industry. Indigenous, community, regional – Hear from the innovators changing healthcare delivery and the improved health outcomes for communities. Big data – Learn how the health system will benefit from big data – from individual clinicians to whole health services. Integrating care – Learn about the national and international implementations achieving transformational change and the impact it has on patient outcomes.
1:40 pm Lunch and Innovation Expo Indigenous Informatics Special Interest Group Meeting
2:15 – 2:45 Posters session – Integrated care, value of data and participatory medicine
2:50 pm Improving efficiency across the entire healthcare system Paul Broadbridge Manager – Supply Chain, National E-Health Transition Authority
3:30 pm #hic15 wrap up Thomas M. Lee Co-Founder, Symplur (USA)
3:35 pm Branko Cesnik Awards A/Prof Andrew Georgiou and A/Prof Heather Grain Co-chairs, HIC 2015 Academic/Scientific Program
3:40 pm Hacking Health awards Juliana Alvarez and Shreya Tekriwal Hacking Health (CANADA)
3:45 pm Thank you and summary Dr Michael Cleary Chair, HIC 2015
4:00 pm Introduction to HIC 2016 Dr Vishaal Kishore Chief of Staff, Office of the Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria
4:05 pm HIC 2015 farewell Dr Louise Schaper CEO, HISA and Dr David Hansen Chair, HISA
4:10 pm Conference concludes