Why and who attends?

Why HIC?

  • HIC has been at the forefront of digital health conferences for over 25 years.
  • HIC is the official conference of HISA, Australia’s digital health community, ensuring a platform for everyone who shares the drive to deliver better healthcare to all.
  • HIC is the biggest marketing campaign for a digital health event in Australia, with 20 million+ social media impressions and 70% of HISA website traffic being HIC related.
  • HIC provides access to the HISA community of 14,000+ nationally and internationally, with a further market penetration to 18,000+ in partnership with Pulse+IT.
  • Sponsors and Partners are treated as trusted collaborators throughout the event planning process, and are offered unique tailored opportunities based on business objectives, budget, target audience and time frame.

HIC is a must-attend event for those who share the desire to deliver better healthcare to all.

Attending HIC gives you access to the most valuable e-health, digital health and health informatics professional development event in Australia.

Need help getting approval to attend our conference?

Use the following six points to assist your application.

HIC is the forefront of digital health, e-health and health informatics in Australia.
What you learn at HIC will improve the quality and effectiveness of your work.
HIC presents a unique opportunity for networking with key decision-makers and leading industry experts.
Reconnect and forge new alliances with like-minded peers. HIC is the place to imagine, plan, and kick-start new projects.
Take what you learn at HIC back to your organisation and present what you have learned to your colleagues.
Conference registration fees may be tax deductable. Please refer to your tax accountant for advice.

Who attends?

? Clinicians
? Healthcare consumers
? Residential and aged care providers
? Bioinformaticians and computational biologists
? Medical software and systems developers
? Health informaticians
? Healthcare IT professionals
? Directors of Nursing
? Innovators and entrepreneurs
? Health and healthcare standards developers
? Molecular biologists
? Biomedical and health informatics researchers and students
? Health system administrators and managers
? CIOs and CEOs
? Public health professionals
? Government officials and policy makers