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Philips Seminars

WHENWednesday 20 November, Thursday 21 November & Friday 22 November

WHERE: Room 12

COST: Free to attend


These seminars are open to all conference delegates. Walk along the ground floor corridor to room 12.


There are limited seats available in room 12 so attendance is on a first in basis. To book a seat please see the registration desk team, or visit the team at the Philips booth in the exhibition hall.


Building a Nursing informatics Career

Wednesday 4:00-4:40

Nurses are key members of the informatics community to drive clinically relevant change.  Hear how some of our nurse informaticists have grown along differing pathways to deliver meaningful clinical change

Presented by Diane James, Clinical Lead TASY EMR, Philips


Digital generations: moving from technical innovation to clinical and operational innovation

Wednesday 4:50-5:30

The health industry has a great spirit of innovation to bring data to the front line of care and made available, but the drive to technical innovation has left gaps with the ability to deliver real service and clinical innovation as fast as it could be.  In this sessions we discuss the generations of EHR technologies and the innovation waves they enable

Presented by Dan Ball Business Lead TASY EMR, Philips


VIP Breakfast - The Executive Decision Journey to centralised EMR digitalisation

Thursday 7:00-8:30

An exclusive VIP meeting where Keith Muller, a hospital CFO, will be walking through the decision to digitise its hospital's full clinical and business workflows with a major transformation. What are the key items to ensure you get right on this journey, and how can you hope to drive real world ROI?


 Presented by Keith Muller - Chief Financial Officer, St. Andrew's Toowoomba Hospital, Australia

1.5hrs (with breakfast provided).

Please RSVP for this event by Tuesday 19 November

RSVP by emailing and ask at the registration desk in the main foyer


UI not eww why? Driving value through design

Thursday 8:40-9:20

Digital patient records often fall short on user experience - but at what point is it form over function? Discover how an award winning design can deliver better data and workflow.

Presented by Dan Ball, Business Lead TASY EMR, Philips


Real world design in action. See an award wining reEMR delivering true clinical enablement

Thursday 9:20-9:40

Many systems claim to be user centric however few really deliver. This is a walkthrough of award wining user design in action showing true clinical enablement.

Presented by Diane James, Clinical Lead TASY EMR, Philips


Why build new hospitals: Improving your hospital’s capacity through clinical and operational command centres

Thursday 9:50 - 10:30

An opportunity to discover the three solutions that support hospitals better manage capacity constraints through command centre solutions designed to reduce admissions, improve patient flow and reduce risk of deterioration in and outside the hospital.

Presented by Joe Cain, Business Manager Population Health, Philips


The myth of efficiency: sources of digital waste

Thursday 11:00-11:40

The case for moving to a fully digitised hospital environment from a CFO perspective. How digital transformation can assist hospitals to provision services in a quality & efficient manner.

Presented by Keith Muller - CFO, St Andrew's Toowoomba Hospital


Tackling the challenge of your highest need chronic disease patients: how to improving their wellbeing and reducing hospital admissions

Thursday 11:50-12:20

In this session hear more about the outcomes, remote support methodologies and future growth of the MeCare Program: A successful chronic ambulatory care program in Queensland, Australia that supports 200+ of the most chronic, complex-disease patients in their homes.

Presented by Joe Cain, Business Manager Population Health, Philips


The myth of efficiency: sources of digital waste

Thursday 2:00-2:40

Hear the lived experience from a hospital CFO on what truly drives a hospital's technology costs, the current challenges and why digital transformation is required. Join this lively Q&A session.

Presented by Keith Muller - CFO, St Andrew's Toowoomba Hospital


The I of Intelligence in AI and its beneficiary

Thursday 14:40-15:00

Recognising the I in intelligent technology today, join this session to explore how you can better understand, learn and benefit from intelligence in a hospital context and contribute to advancements in your health system.

Presented by Amit Guha Roy, Business Manager Health Informatics New Zealand, Philips


Creating capacity without adding beds: Making patient flow work with Teletracking Capacity Command Centres

Thursday 3:00 - 3:30

Learn more how these NHS and USA high occupancy hospital have created bed capacity, improved access and reduced waiting times driven by Teletracking’s Capacity Command Centres.

Presented by Joe Cain, Business Manager Population Health, Philips


Virtual Hospitals: Leveraging scarce clinical resources and data analytics to reduce deterioration and improve patient throughput

Thursday 4:00 - 4:30

What are some of the successful hub-and-spoke clinical support models used to reduced complications and deterioration? Learn how over 500 hospitals in the USA, Japan and Australia do it to reduce patient deterioration and improve patient flow in critical care settings.


An overview of Hack Aotearoa: New Zealand’s AI in Healthcare Conference and Datathon

Friday 10:00-11:00

The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of Auckland, in partnership with Philips, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Critical Data, and ACC, are pleased to present NZ’s first Health Datathon and its implications of medical/data cross-disciplinary knowledge exchange to solve problems.


Q&A and Round table with Partners and Sponsors:  Discussion and answering any questions regarding Hack Aotearoa delivery. Incorporation of ideas to maximise impact

Friday 11:00-11:40

Future of New Zealand Digital Health discussion: How can we further catalyse New Zealand's digital health system beyond HACK Aotearoa?

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