All papers accepted for the HINZ 2013 Conference are now available for download.
Check back soon for the presentations, videos of the plenary sessions, and photos from the social events.
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We invite you to attend the
12th Annual Health Informatics Conference and Innovation Marketplace
Engaged Patients – Rebalancing the clinical relationship
27-29 November 2013, Energy events Centre, Rotorua
The HINZ 2013 Conference Handbook is now available, and the programme has been finalised.
Thanks to all the authors who made submissions to HINZ 2013. Here are the accepted papers and posters.
This year, HINZ 2013 is accompanied by both pre-conference and post-conference Workshops.
The HINZ 2013 AGM will be held as part of the HINZ 2013 Conference.
When: 5.30pm, Wednesday November 27th
Where: Skellerup Room, Energy Events Centre, Rotorua
We are pleased to offer a wide range of registration options for HINZ 2013 - two days, one day, and workshops. We've also negotiated two very good accommodation deals.
We are pleased to advise the three Clinicians' Challenge 2013 finalists for 2013.
The cases pose challenges to find health IT solutions that will enhance the quality of care in various settings, including general practice, the emergency department, and maternity care.
Vendors are now invited to choose one of the finalists and submit their solution.
Sponsorship and Innovation Marketplace opportunities for HINZ 2013 are going fast. Don't leave it too late!
HINZ 2013 will focus on research and innovative methods, policies, and concerns that will create the basis for a new generation of healthcare information use.
Paper submission has closed. The final version of accepted papers must be submitted by 1 October.
HINZ, along with the New Zealand Health IT Cluster, and the National Health IT Board, are pleased to announce the return of the Clinicians' Challenge.
The Clinicians’ Challenge is an opportunity for clinicians and vendors to identify information technology solutions to solve an important and recurring problem that health professionals face in their ‘day-to-day' practice.
Any clinician, or group of clinicians, can enter with a problem they face in their day-to-day practice that the innovative use of information technology could help solve.
Clinicians' Challenge submission has closed and finalists chosen.