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

CONVENED BY: N4

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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Email Kelly at hinz@theconferencecompany.com

 

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


SESSION ONE - GETTING CHANGED WHILE IN THE DRIVERS SEAT

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)

SESSION TWO – GET THE FAX OUT OF HERE!

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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