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2018 Emerging Tech Symposium
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Emerging Tech in Health 2018

Sudima Hotel, Christchurch Airport

Tuesday 22 May

 

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Read more about speaker topics & bios

 

WATCH the free access speaker video interviews

(HiNZ thanks Mobile Health for doing the filming)

 

WATCH the full presentations in the HiNZ webcast library

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Programme

 

How will healthcare be provided in over 10+ years? What part will technology play in the transformations that will occur through to the year 2030?

 

This event will focus on models of care, and how they will change and be delivered. The presentations will have a clinical and patient outcome focus whilst highlighting how technology will be developed and used to support these outcomes.


Download the programme here

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Speakers

We are pleased to announce the following two international keynote speakers – David Gardiner, Assistant Vice President of Care Transformation Services, Intermountain Healthcare, Utah (USA) and Richard Corbridge, Chief Digital & Information Officer, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (UK).

David Gardiner will be the keynote for a session with the theme of “Keeping pace with the rest of the World – are we keeping up?” and we’re very pleased that he’s able to join us in Christchurch for this event.

Richard Corbridge will join us via video to provide a provocative presentation titled “If only IT were free”! and he’ll join us live (via VC) for a Q&A session with delegates.

You will also hear from many leaders in their particular areas of expertise - download the programme here and view the speaker bios and synopses on the speaker page here.
 
Networking event

At the end of the day’s programme there will be a networking event open to all delegates, which provides an opportunity for a relaxed period to mix and mingle, discuss areas of interest from speakers, and network with colleagues from the health sector and wider tech sector. 

 

ETIH18 is part of NZ Tech Week'18. The following day (Wed 23 May) will be the Health Tech Tour to Burwood Hospital - limited to 30 people.

Read more and register here.

 

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Ticket prices

HiNZ or NZHIT members only $169

- members of affiliate organisations only $189

- non-members $369

 

Thanks for our sponsors, ticket prices are a low $169 for HiNZ & NZHIT members. The rate for members of affiliate organisations is only $189. The non-member rate is $369. Join HiNZ - it's only $198 - to get the lower rate. 


This event is a collaboration between HiNZ & NZHIT. If you have questions about NZHIT membership (or any other queries) please email Talie on admin@nzhit.nz. If you have questions about HiNZ membership please email Gloria on admin@hinz.org.nz.

 

Discounted hotel rates

 

Sudima Christchurch Airport has a special deal for ETIH18 delegates, for the nights Monday 21 May and/or Tuesday 22 May 2018

  • Superior Room - $189.00 per room, per night (SOLD OUT)
  • Executive - $235.00 per room, per night
  • Special discounted rate of 10% off their best available rate. Subject to availability at time of booking. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Book online at http://www.sudimahotels.com/ and enter the promo code HINZ18

 

NOTE - please do not ring the Sudima events office - you must book online using their website booking service to get the special rate.

 


Attendee comments about 2017 Emerging Tech in Health Symposium

The day was an insightful look at what is happening now in NZ and each speaker gave an interesting perspective on where healthcare is moving. The event gave me (as a novice in this area) motivation to continue to be courageous within my own organisation for technological solutions." Sheryl Hunt | Nurse Consultant, Strategic Workforce | Director of Nursing & Midwifery Office Capital & Coast DHB

 

"Thanks for an enjoyable and enlightening day. My colleagues and I came away with a better understanding of the opportunities technology provides to improve the care of our patients , as well as a vision of how different healthcare could look if we set direction now to make best use of technology in the future. The benefits for Allied health and Nursing clinicians in attending an event like this, is the exposure to the incredibly exciting opportunities technology provides for them, the opportunity to network with people who are the innovators and early adopters, who can open our eyes to the amazing potential future of healthcare." Andrew Harris, Service Manager- Allied and Community ServicesHutt Valley DHB

 

 

 

 

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