Breakfasts at HIC provides opportunities for delegates to connect and share knowledge and ideas on key topics and latest trends.
Seats are limited and right of entry is at the discretion of the breakfast sponsor.
Attendance at the breakfast is by invite only.
BREAKFAST Monday 30 July from 7.30am
Transforming patient experience through shared care plans in Canterbury, NZ
Brought to you by HIC partner Orion Health
Since 2007, the Canterbury Health System has been redefining the future of healthcare, shaping services around keeping consumers well and independent for longer at home and in their community, with technology as an enabler.
One key element of this transformation is Canterbury’s delivery of Shared Care Planning, the goal of which is to enable people with complex health conditions to work together with a range of health providers to plan how their health care is delivered.
Shared Care Planning supports the delivery of patient-centred care to assist clinical teams in contributing to the patients’ shared care plans within the medical record. This is laying the foundation for a future in which care teams can collaboratively work with the patient to proactively manage their care.
Mr Gavin Young Technology Programme Manager – Shared Care Planning, Canterbury Clinical Network, is a technology leader with a wealth of experience in the New Zealand and Australian healthcare sectors. He is passionate about the utilisation of technology to deliver better, more seamless patient care.
He currently serves as a Technology Programme Manager at Canterbury Clinical Network where he manages the delivery of Shared Care Technology.
The Canterbury Clinical Network is a collective alliance of healthcare leaders, professionals and providers from across the Canterbury health system. They provide leadership to the transformation of the Canterbury health system in collaboration with system partners and on behalf of the people of Canterbury.
Gavin works with health providers and health professionals across the Canterbury Health System to delivery technology that enables primary, secondary and community services to work together with the patient to proactively manage and plan for complex needs through the use of the Shared Care Plans.
BREAKFAST Tuesday 31 July from 7.30am
Speeding up health innovation through effective clinical governance
Brought to you by HIC partner InterSystems
- Using a unified EMR to help achieve improvements in population health for the Northern Territory
- Engaging clinical stakeholders in the innovation process
- Effective governance systems which help in the change journey
The Northern Territory government is seeking to significantly improve health outcomes across both metropolitan and outback populations. The Core Clinical Systems Renewal Program (CCSRP) is a key component, creating a single integrated client centric electronic record system for the entire public health system within the Northern Territory.
Chris Hosking Deputy Chief Executive for Northern Territory Department of Corporate and Information Services (DCIS), will discuss how clinical governance is facilitating innovation for the CCSRP, the largest ICT project being undertaken within the Northern Territory Government.
Chris is Deputy Chief Executive of the Department of Corporate and Information Services (DCIS). He has had a long career with the NT Public Sector, including extensive experience in senior positions in Shared Services, Corporate and Business Services and Data Centre Services.
DCIS provides a wide range of shared services to support all NT Government agencies, including ICT services, property leasing, financial services, human resource services, vehicle fleet management, enterprise systems, contract services, asset services and project services. DCIS has responsibility for government’s ICT environment, digital policies, network cyber security, assurance oversight of major agency ICT programs (including expanding project delivery of critical programs), telecommunications strategy and government’s web presence. A new role has recently been added with the Office of Digital Government established to advance digital innovation across government.
Chris has an extensive track record in the leadership and successful delivery of complex ICT projects including recovery of compromised projects. Chris is chair of the Security Leadership Group under the NT Government ICT Governance Framework, chair of the NT Government’s Agency Heads of Corporate Services and a key member across many interagency committees.