Pre-conference workshop | 14 May 2019
Two day conference | 15-16 May 2019
The healthcare industry is at the cusp of a massive data revolution. With the ever-increasing scale of patient records and the desperate need for faster, smarter decision-making, the focus now is to transform the patient experience by efficiently utilising data and technology to enable informed decision-making. Critical to achieving this is developing a culture of data and empowering clinicians to help identify, predict & prevent, thereby enabling true healthcare innovation.
Key learning objectives:
- Making health data more meaningful, accessible and shareable
- Empowering clinicians with analytics to enable informed decision making
- Improving patient outcomes through real-time and predictive analytics
- Positive initiatives to overcome the challenge of integration, privacy and governance
- Tapping into technology to accelerate patient care
The challenge lies in transforming data at its’ very core so that it is meaningful, usable and shareable, while grappling with the uphill battle of compliance, integration, privacy, transparency and governance. This summit will bring together health sector data leaders and feature powerful case studies about how organisations are optimising patient care through data transformation. Together, data and analytics will drive healthcare innovation, enhancing health outcomes in a way never experienced before.
Pre-Conference Workshop | Tuesday 14 May 2019 | 9AM - 5PM
CREATING PERSUASIVE AND PERVASIVE ANALYTICS THAT DRIVE IMPROVEMENT IN A HEALTHCARE SETTING
This workshop is aimed at providing you a great learning guide which will focus on the principles of design, development and adoption that are necessary to see your analysis provide value. It will be aimed at anyone who is interested in gaining actionable insights from data, and will be a hands on practical session.
Rachel Fojtik, Director Analytics and Performance, Mater Health Service
Seven Guney, Program Manager, Clinical Informatics and Analytics Program, Northern Sydney Local Health District
MSc in IT, Grad Dip in Business Comp, BSc in Biology