DIGITAL HEALTH INSTITUTE SUMMIT 2022 SERIES
Brisbane 28 – 29 April 2022
The Summit Series brings states and territories back together after a fragmented year, to repair and restore healthcare at the local level.
A message from the Chair David O’Driscoll
With a focus on making real improvements in digital health in Queensland the Brisbane Summit promises to be an uplifting and purposeful two days of connection, networking and learning.
On behalf of the AIDH Board, and the leadership team across our state branches and communities of practice, I would like to invite you to join us in Brisbane in April for the Brisbane Digital Health Institute Summit 2022.
The Brisbane Summit will bring together experts and leaders in digital health with presentations, workshops and keynote addresses that will span the scope of the digital health ecosystem, from telehealth and virtual care to innovation, health technology and precision health.
The Brisbane Summit builds on the success of the national Summit held in Melbourne earlier this year, and if the success of Melbourne is anything to go by Brisbane will provide a highly valued opportunity for Queenslanders to get together in person with their counterparts, to reconnect and build new networks.
This year’s theme for the AIDH Queensland branch is ‘Keeping it real’ with a focus on real improvements to digital health in Queensland. Accordingly, we have set the theme for the conference to ‘Making it real’. We’ve invited a range of speakers to share how their organisations, or how they as individuals are delivering real change through their projects and innovations.
The program of workshops and forums will impart delegates with insights into the latest developments and opportunities in digital health for every corner of the health sector.
I encourage you to view the program and register for this important event and join us to keep building the digital health community in Queensland, solidify your connections and find a place for real career advancement.
David O'Driscoll FAIDH CHIA - Chair
Principal Consultant, Erintide
Health System Integration and Innovation Lead, Northern Queensland Primary Health Network
Kristy Jackman CHIA
Director Administration Services, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Deborah Jeffers CHIA
Senior Director Health Service Information Management, Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service
Claire Kelly CHIA
Principal Project Officer, Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service
Susan Smith FAIDH CHIA
Cardiac Surgical Registry Coordinator, The Prince Charles Hospital, Metro North HHS