The 2016 Conference will feature a series of expert panels with audience interaction. Read the speaker bio by clicking on each name.
Addressing cyber security risk and data security breaches has moved to the top level agenda of many organisations. Missteps could result in loss of staff and patient trust, financial and regulatory impact, negative media coverage, or a combination of all these factors. An industry has sprung up to help organisations address these risks - but how does one unravel perception from reality? Join us as this panel of cyber security experts shows us the evidence and we continue the interactive discussion on approaches both in New Zealand and abroad.
Facilitated by Liz Schoff, Pleione Consulting
Boris Wilkitzki, Managing Director, CNS New Zealand
John Martin, Senior Security Architect, IBM NZ
Stephen Kraemer, Chief Information Security Officer, HealthAlliance
The “Maturing Analytics Orientation” will be presented as an introduction to analytics and the Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity (AMAM) helping attendees understand how analytics matures in their organization and how to advance data driven decision making.
Facilitated by James Gaston, Senior Director, Maturity Model Development, HIMSS
Lloyd McCann, Director of Medical Services at MercyAscot and the Chief Operating Officer for Mercy Radiology
Pieta Brown, Chief Analytics Officer, Loyalty New Zealand
HEALTH 2050 PANEL
What will our health system look like in 2050? What steps do we need to be taking now to address the challenges and exploit the opportunities informatics and technology has to offer? Custodians of our 2050 system will discuss and debate the challenges and opportunities technology offers now and in the years ahead. Panel members represent a broad spectrum of stakeholders (consumers, nurses, doctors and managers) and Gen Y / millennials.
Facilitated by Lloyd McCann, Director of Medical Services at MercyAscot and the Chief Operating Officer for Mercy Radiology
Dr Mariam Parwaiz
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Preliminary programme and speakers subject to change.