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DIGITAL HEALTH INSTITUTE SUMMIT FEBRUARY & MARCH 2022

Join us at our workshops & masterclasses

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Workshops & masterclasses

Date & time

Monday 21 February 2022 at 11:15am until 12:45pm AEDT

Brought to you by

Department of Health

Workshop

Enabling Victoria’s digital health roadmap

This session explores how Victoria’s digital health roadmap is enabled in an open dialogue with health informaticists from around Australia.

Neville Board

Neville Board

Department of Health, Victoria State Government

📝 Victoria’s digital health roadmap

Michael Read

Michael Read

Health Sector CISO and Incident Manager, Department of Health, Victoria State Government

📝 Secure and available devices, systems and platforms

Simon Cowley

Simon Cowley

Principal Cybersecurity Officer, Department of Health, Victoria State Government

📝 Cyber security of biomedical devices

Bronwyn Taylor

Bronwyn Taylor

Manager, LISConnect Design Authority, Digital Health, Department of Health, Victoria State Government

📝 Connecting care

Amy McKimm

Amy McKimm

Chief Digital Health Officer, Digital Health Division, Alfred Health

📝 My health information

Date & time

Tuesday 22 February 2022 at 9:00am until 10:30am AEDT

Brought to you by

AIDH Precision Health Community of Practice

Workshop

How to achieve great outcomes by partnering with patients in the age of precision healthcare

It is increasingly acknowledged that current acute-focused models of healthcare provision are not cost effective, resulting in an imperative to take action in favour of health and wellness approaches that are more proactive.

This workshop will explore how partnering with patients in precision health and wellness could provide proactive care pathways that benefit both patients and the health system over the long term. We also ask how the health budget can be triaged to best achieve the change management required and financing required, building upon what has worked well, including the learnings during COVID and taking innovative approaches.

Learning objectives

  1. Understand the ongoing barriers that patients face, the technology enablers and the practicalities of putting technology and knowledge into action during the lived experience of acute and chronic illness
  2. Understand the big picture in terms of what the possibilities are for precision health, precision medicine and how the field is moving internationally and in Australia
  3. Bringing together patient experience at a systems level to gain insights as to how a collaborative effort is building a patient-centered model through vision, collaboration, change leadership and public financing
Sian Slade (facilitator)

Sian Slade (facilitator)

Non-Executive Director, Doctorial Researcher, The University of Melbourne

Suzanne Roche

Suzanne Roche

Head of Marketing and Communications, AUCloud

A/Prof Paul Cooper FAIDH CHIA

A/Prof Paul Cooper FAIDH CHIA

Associate Professor, Faculty of Health, Deakin University

Arjun Panesar 🇬🇧

Arjun Panesar 🇬🇧

Founding CEO & Head of AI, DDM Health

Dr Shaun Francis

Dr Shaun Francis

State Virtual Health Care Lead, Royal Flying Doctors Service

Dr Katie Clift

Dr Katie Clift

Chief Medical Officer, Royal Flying Doctors Service

Date & time

Tuesday 22 February 2022 at 11.15am until 12.45pm 12:00pm AEDT

Brought to you by

Australian Digital Health Agency

Workshop

Australian Digital Health Standards – designing guiding principles

Join a community discussion on digital health standards hosted by the Australian Digital Health Agency and be part of an exciting next step in securing the future of healthcare interoperability.

The Australian Digital Health Agency’s National Digital Health Standards Program is bringing together the standards development community. The Guiding Principles project aims to deliver a nationally agreed consensus set of principles to guide standards development organisations, software developers and governments on the development, adoption and implementation of National Digital Health Standards.

This session will provide attendees with:

  • an update on the digital health standards journey to date;
  • the key steps in the 2022 workplan for the Program; and
  • an opportunity to review and discuss the proposed Guiding Principles.
Herbert Down

Herbert Down

Clinical and Digital Health Standards Governance Branch Manager, Australian Digital Health Agency

Berne Gibbons

Berne Gibbons

Head of Business Innovation and Partnerships, InfoMedix

Date & time

Tuesday 22 February 2022 at 12:00pm until 12:45pm AEDT

Brought to you by

Microsoft

Masterclass

Engaging consumers and patients with low code, no code… and a dash of intelligence

Health consumers and patients expect to engage digitally and virtually with health services. This trend has been accelerated by the pandemic, fuelling innovation and new engagement models. How can we ensure that rapidly delivered new solutions are secure, capable, extensible, and interoperable?

This masterclass will explore how low-code/no-code configuration of platforms can support the creation of these solutions, even by people who do not have a programming background. This session will start with a patient engagement platform and demonstrate how these experiences can be enhanced with intelligence such as concierge bots and language translation services.

Learning objectives

  1. Being able to digitally transform the way data is received
  2. Identifying low code/no-code configurations to engage in data solutions
  3. Enhancing platforms with intelligence and language translations
Jarrod Huang

Jarrod Huang

Technical Specialist, Microsoft Australia

Andrew Eriksson

Andrew Eriksson

Technical Specialist, Microsoft Australia

Sagarika Bhatnagar

Sagarika Bhatnagar

Technical Specialist, Microsoft

Date & time

Tuesday 22 February 2022 at 2:45pm until 3:30pm AEDT

Brought to you by

CSIRO

Masterclass

FHIR, OpenEHR, OMOP… OH MY!!

FHIR, OpenEHR and OMOP are all frequently used terms with significantly increasing levels of adoption both within Australia and globally. One of the most common asked questions is how do I determine which standard to use?

This masterclass will bring together experts to discuss the intended use cases and interplay between these specifications, implementation considerations and importantly the role of terminology in underpinning all models.

Kate Ebrill FAIDH CHIA (facilitator)

Kate Ebrill FAIDH CHIA (facilitator)

Product and Programme Lead Clinical Terminology and Data Interoperability Projects, Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO

Dr Michael Lawley

Dr Michael Lawley

Research Group Leader, Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO

Grahame Grieve FAIDH

Grahame Grieve FAIDH

FHIR Product Director, HL7 International

Dr Heather Leslie FAIDH

Dr Heather Leslie FAIDH

Principal, Atomica Informatics

Prof Douglas Boyle FAIDH

Prof Douglas Boyle FAIDH

Professor, Director, HABiC Research Information Technology Unit, The University of Melbourne