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Read more about the event "Better Healthcare through Data Analytics"

 

Speakers are listed in order of appearance on programme

(More speakers to be added soon)

 


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Dame Diane Robertson, Chair, Data Futures Partnerships

Dame Diane is a successful social sector entrepreneur, giving her a unique combination of strong business and financial skills with strong social sector credentials.  Diane is the Chair of a number of not-for-profit Boards including the New Zealand Behavioural Insights group (Nudge Unit) and is the Inaugural Chair of the Data Futures Partnership. The Date Futures Partnership leads a nationwide engagement campaign with thousands of New Zealanders to examine the conditions for social licence of data use in New Zealand; exploring the barriers to data use through research and projects; and identifying potential solutions from innovations to strengthen the data system.  Diane is currently finalising the Trusted Data guidelines and working with Boards to implement Data Governance programmes. Formerly the City Missioner at the Auckland City Mission, Diane designed the Family 100 Research project and was responsible for the collation and analysis of data gathered from the participants. This has become one of New Zealand’s leading authorities on families living in poverty.  In addition, working with Statistics New Zealand, Diane led a project to add Auckland City Mission data to the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI). Diane’s passion is to deliver better outcomes for New Zealanders through the development of sound policies informed by qualitative and quantitative data.



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Neville Onley, Executive Director, Activity Based Management , New South Wales Health, Australia

Neville is currently the Executive Director, Activity Based Management which was established in September 2011 by NSW Ministry of Health to oversee and implement the ABF aspects of the National Health Reform across the NSW Health System. Prior to this Neville held the position of Director Financial Services for the Southern Clinical Support Cluster and was Director of Finance and Corporate Services for the former South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Area Health Service. Neville has extensive experience in reform processes having been involved in the National Rail Reforms across Australia, the Reform of NSW Ports and Waterways and the Sydney Olympic Games.


"Evidenced-based healthcare" - a contradiction in terms?

We like to think we are data-driven and evidenced based in healthcare. We’ll explore some common misconceptions around data and evidence in health and why it’s important for healthcare organisations (funders / providers / integrators etc) to adopt a data driven approach into the future.

 

VIEW VIDEO INTERVIEW with Dr Lloyd McCann, courtesy of MTANZ

 

Dr Lloyd McCann,  Chief Executive Officer, Mercy Radiology and Clinics;  Head of Digital Health for Healthcare Holdings Limited

Lloyd’s medical background is in Emergency Medicine and he is also a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Medical administrators. He is also currently a Beachheads Advisor for NZ Trade and Enterprise and a former chair of Health Informatics New Zealand. Whilst based in the UK, Lloyd worked as the Medical Director for Harris Corporation, Healthcare Solutions and was an elected member on the TechUK Health and Social Care Board as well as a Technical Advisory Group Member for the Global e-Health Ambassadors Programme. He completed a mixed clinical and managerial fellowship at the Oxford University Hospital NHS Trust in Emergency Medicine and Performance Improvement. Lloyd has worked across the public and private sectors in New Zealand in clinical, consultancy and leadership roles and is currently an executive member of the NZ Private Surgical Hospitals Association.



"Data Discovery without Speaking SQL" (Joint Presentation)

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Delwyn Armstrong, Head of Analytics, Institute for Innovation and Improvement (i3) I Waitemata DHB

Delwyn Armstrong holds a Masters in Public Health. She has a passion for improving access to patient information for clinicians; fostering data-driven, clinician-led healthcare improvement. She has lead the DHB-wide implementation of Qlik Sense at Waitemata, leveraging the growing wealth of clinical data sources. Through her previous experience managing Waitemata’s Health Intelligence Team and various analyst and project management roles across all three Auckland DHBs, she has developed an end-to-end understanding of informatics – from clinical system design to interpretation and usage of data. 



"Data Discovery without Speaking SQL" (Joint Presentation)

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Dr Stefan van der Walt, Paediatric Emergency Specialist, Waitemata DHB

Stefan van der Walt is a Paediatric Emergency Specialist working at Waitemata DHB. He has a special interest in designing systems to improve patient care. His focus is on improving efficiency and finding solutions to real-life clinical problems. Stefan has an end-to-end understanding of systems, having data analytics requirements foremost. He has built an on-line paediatric calculator which guides the safe and rapid treatment of key emergency conditions (PediCalc.org.nz). Another initiative is the ‘Best Care Bundle’ concept allowing nurses to initiate treatment for selected paediatric conditions without the need for a doctor review first. Stefan also developed Qlik Sense apps which have transformed access to data for clinicians. A notable increase in reflection and self-directed practice improvement among clinicians has resulted.



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Dr Karl Cole, Clinical Chief Information Officer, healthAlliance

Karl has worked in various clinical, informatics, strategic and operational roles, as well as in the clinical practice at Papatoetoe Family Doctors for the last 8 years. Karl serves as a board member on several regional and commercial clinical advisory boards. He has extensive experience within ICT enabled change, including his most recent role as Clinical Lead for ICT Integration at Counties Manukau Health. Karl served in the NZ Defence Force as a Medical Officer for 15 years, involving deployments to UN missions. He was Clinical Director for the NZDF implementation of a fully integrated single EHR.  Karl’s role is to help drive clinical engagement with our DHB and PHO customers as well as providing clinical leadership for healthAlliance. Karl will be joining Jamie West (healthAlliance) and Shayne Tong (Auckland DHB) for a joint presentation on what the future holds for data analytics – the opportunities and challenges ahead.



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Jamie West, Head of Architecture & Design, healthAlliance

Jamie is an established technology leader, with over 15 years’ experience spanning across NZ, Australia and the UK. Jamie launched his career with Capgemini, a tier one global technology delivery and consultancy, arming Jamie with the necessary experience, exposure and management toolkit to lead successfully within the technology domain. Since returning to NZ, Jamie has continued to advise into some of NZ’s leading businesses. He has held a number of senior leadership roles including the Head of Consulting NZ/AU with Optimation and the Chief Technology Officer / Chief Information Officer with GeoOp Ltd. Jamie will be joining Dr Karl Cole (healthAlliance) and Shayne Tong (Auckland DHB) for a joint presentation on what the future holds for data analytics – the opportunities and challenges ahead.



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Shayne Tong, Chief of Intelligence & Informatics, Auckland District Health Board

Shayne comes to the Auckland DHB with an extensive background in IT and digital experience in both operational and large complex transformation delivery.  Most recently, Shayne worked as the Chief Information Officer at Genesis Energy and has also held senior positions at Fletcher Building as well as Barclays Group and Goldman Sachs in the United Kingdom. Shayne’s leadership style reflects his passion for people and performance and his core values that the strength of vision, empowering people and creating an energised team will always deliver great results for the enterprise, employees and customers. Shayne will be joining Dr Karl Cole (healthAlliance) and Jamie West (healthAlliance) for a joint presentation on what the future holds for data analytics – the opportunities and challenges ahead. 



Presentation title: Just get started - The future is coming ready or not

Brendan Kelly and Jan Sheppard have worked together at the TEC for the past 5 years and their joint presentation will describe TEC’s BI journey over the past two and a half years that has the explicit goal of enabling system-wide performance improvements by sharing system data with those who provide and consume education services. They’ve moved the system from being analyst focussed to an online, visual-data world that is available to over 4,000 stakeholders and will soon be accessible online for learners, parents, teachers and employers. “This journey has been one of discovery, discovery for ourselves about the wealth of data we had, discovery for our business about new insights and, most importantly, discovery for those we have made information available to”.

 

Brendan Kelly, Deputy Chief Executive - Information & CIO, Tertiary Education Commission (TEC)

Brendan’s background includes extensive experience in the health sector gained from involvement in several large ICT transformations in Australia.  These included two large hospital projects in Melbourne as ICT Program Manager for the $447.5 million redevelopment of Box Hill Hospital and Director IT Architecture for the $1.2 billion New Royal Children’s Hospital. Prior to his move to Australia, Brendan was the Chief Advisor Health Information Strategy and Policy at the NZ Ministry of Health.  He understands the role of IT as an enabler in the healthcare setting and the importance of data analytics supporting clinicians to improve healthcare and deliver quality outcomes. Brendan’s role at the TEC is to lead the development and operation of the information systems and products that underpin the TEC’s business of today and the future.  


 

Presentation title: Just get started - The future is coming ready or not

Brendan Kelly and Jan Sheppard have worked together at the TEC for the past 5 years and their joint presentation will describe TEC’s BI journey over the past two and a half years that has the explicit goal of enabling system-wide performance improvements by sharing system data with those who provide and consume education services. They’ve moved the system from being analyst focussed to an online, visual-data world that is available to over 4,000 stakeholders and will soon be accessible online for learners, parents, teachers and employers. “This journey has been one of discovery, discovery for ourselves about the wealth of data we had, discovery for our business about new insights and, most importantly, discovery for those we have made information available to”.

 

Jan Sheppard, Manager Business Information Systems, Tertiary Education Commission

Jan joined the TEC three years ago, after working at Victoria University of Wellington. Her focus is on being able to realise value from the data TEC has by transforming it into information that enables the system to work better for the organisations that TEC invests in, and most importantly for learners. Jan and her team manage TEC’s data warehouse and business intelligence capability, providing the information needed to support investment decision-making and monitor the performance of tertiary education organisations.



Bringing Data to Life (Joint Presentation with Eva Sundin)

The Ministry of Health wants to use the national health data sets it holds in ways that improve the lives of New Zealanders. We are improving the Ministry’s ability to turn data into information and actionable insights. We are embarking on a programme to improve our analytics capability utilising the information we hold about organisations and services through to data about people. We will share our vision and roadmap for the future. 

 

Tracey Vandenberg, Group Manager National Collections and Reporting, Technology and Digital Services, Ministry of Health

Tracey Vandenberg is a member of the Technology and Digital Services (T&DS) Senior Leadership Team at the Ministry of Health where she manages the National Collections and Reporting Group.  This Group is the official national repository of health data – it collects, stores, clinically codes and ensures high quality analysis and distribution of national health data. The data is used to inform, measure and plan health services and enable research, analysis and the production of national health statistics. Tracey has extensive experience in health information management, working in a variety of leadership and delivery roles. Tracey is the Project Executive of the Business Intelligence improvement programme with the goal to bring data to life to change lives. Tracey has a bachelor’s degree (BA Psych) and a postgraduate diploma in Occupational Safety and Health (Dist.) 



Bringing Data to Life (Joint Presentation with Tracey Vandenberg)

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Eva Sundin, Manager Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing, National Collections and Reporting, Technology and Digital Services, Ministry of Health

Eva Sundin is the Manager of Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing at the Ministry of Health. She is currently leading the Business Intelligence improvement programme which includes a new BI toolset as well as improvements to the Data Warehouse. Eva is passionate about working closely with end users and stakeholders to promote Business Intelligence and ensure solutions are "fit for purpose" to give the insights required - bringing data to life. Eva has a BSc in Software Engineering and a BSc in Systems Engineering. She has over 20 years’ experience working in IT, with the last few years in lead roles delivering BI Solutions to different government agencies as well as the telecommunications industry.


   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 

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