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Health Informatics In the Wilds of Primary Care
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Health Informatics in the Wilds of Primary Care


WHEN: Wednesday 20 November, 9am to 12.30pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, Morning tea, lunch

COST: $95 for half day; $195 for full day including HiNZ keynotes & welcome networking function; Speakers at this workshop $49 for half day or $95 for full day.


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After you have entered your contact information, select “Workshop Only" then select your preferred workshop(s).


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You are able to register for this event without attending the HINZ conference. Simply select the 'workshop' ticket option when prompted by the registration form. To register go here >> OR to add this workshop to an existing registration email Kelly >>

This event is aimed at healthcare professionals who wish to learn more about digital innovation within the primary care sector.


Primary Care is a network of SMEs, largely cash based and traditionally reactive to patient request for care. Making change in this environment is complex as pausing stops the funding. Four practices (GPs & PMs) share their experience of change – a new PMS and a new model of care.

  • Health Te Aroha – a privately owned rural practice of 5,500k patients that adopted the HCH 4 years ago. (Speakers are Dr Hayley Scott and Dwayne Stewart)
  • NorthCare – the practice of firsts, the first HCH site in NZ 2010 and the first Indici practice in NZ 2015. 3 sites 16,000k patients network owned. (Speaker is Dr John Morgan)
  • Travis Medical Centre - the first practice in Canterbury to adopt the Model of Care. David will share their experience of change at Travis Medical Centre. (Speaker is Dr David Pilbrow)


The need to shift & the challenge of change. Not just a new PMS but a new Health information platform.

  • Queue Portal 2 – a collaborative project that created a software system designed to support the flow of patients in a busy 24 hour Urgent Clinic. (Speaker is Jasmine MacKay)
  • The rise of data driven patient enablement - Modern technology is empowering Type 1 Diabetes patients worldwide. This is an introductory deep dive session on the #WeAreNotWaiting
    movement and how this is changing the lives of thousands of people with T1D. (Speaker is Tim Gunn)
  • Connecting all our various systems – beyond a messaging system. The need to embrace direct data connection tools to support an integrated health environment. (Speaker is Jason Gleason)

There will be time for audience Q&A at the end of each session.

Download the workshop programme >>


Questions about this event - please email Kim

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