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EMR – a strategic sustainable approach
12:30pm to 1:30pm, Wednesday 23rd September


Developing an effective Electronic Medical Record system is a long-term project that requires a strategic, sustainable approach to the choice and procurement of clinical and ICT systems as well as the hardware used to access those solutions. Effective change management is vital as well as partnering early with both industry and end users. This webinar explores different ways of driving digital transformation and development of EMR systems at health organisations in Australia and New Zealand.

 

HiNZ would like to thank Ergotron for sponsoring this webinar  


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About the Expert Panel

Webinar facilitated by Rebecca McBeth, HiNZ News Editor.

 

Panel participants are:

  • Clair Sullivan, Program Lead, Queensland Digital Health Academy Research Group, The University of Queensland
  • Lloyd McCann, CEO, Mercy Radiology and Head of Digital Health, Healthcare Holdings Limited
  • Lance Elder, Digital Solutions Manager, Southern District Health Board
  • Stephanie Owen, Managing Director, Strategy2Life and former Group IT Strategy, Architecture and Analytics Manager, St Vincent’s Health Australia

Clair Sullivan

Program Lead, Queensland Digital Health Academy Research Group

The University of Queensland

 

Associate Professor Clair Sullivan leads the Queensland Digital Health Academy Research Group at the Centre for Health Services Research, The University of Queensland, Australia.


Clair graduated with Honours in Medicine from the University of Queensland and holds a Research Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Leeds. She is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, the Australian College of Health Informatics and the Australasian Institute of Digital Health. Recently, she was appointed Associate Professor of Medicine in Clinical Informatics at The University of Queensland and is also Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology.  She is widely published in clinical informatics and serves on several national advisory boards for digital health.

 

Lloyd McCann

CEO / Head of Digital Health

Mercy Radiology / Healthcare Holdings Limited

 

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


He is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators. Lloyd also worked as a Beachheads Advisor for New Zealand Trade and Enterprise. 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 Hospitals NHS Trust in Emergency Medicine and Performance Improvement.


Lloyd has worked across the public and private health in New Zealand in clinical, consultancy and leadership roles. He was a member of the Expert Panel that conducted the review of the NZ Health and Disability System over 2018-2020. He is currently also a member of the ACC Health Services Strategy Advisory Board.


Lloyd is an advocate for digitally enabled, value-based healthcare.

 

 

Lance Elder

Digital Solutions Manager

Southern District Health Board

 

Digital Solutions Manager / Architect at Southern District Health Board 

In his role at Southern District Health Board, he is responsible for the strategy, architecture, road mapping, and implementation of new solutions.  

Lance has been involved in the designing, building, and implementing of health IT solutions for over 10 years.   Over this time has focused on gaining a board understanding of digital health space in order to obtain an overview knowledge of the complex ecosystem of how health IT functions.

 

Stephanie Owen

Managing Director, Strategy2Life and former Group IT Strategy, Architecture and Analytics Manager

St Vincent’s Health Australia

 

Stephanie Owen is the Managing Director of Strategy2Life, a consultancy that helps leaders drive change and bring strategies to life. Prior to this, Stephanie most recently held the role of Group Manager IT Strategy Architecture and Analytics at St Vincent’s Health Australia. In this role, she led significant improvements in the digital health focus areas of business intelligence, data governance, cybersecurity, and digital strategy and architecture. St Vincent’s is the third-largest non-government healthcare group in Australia and comprises 16 public and private hospitals, 20 aged care facilities and major medical research institutes.


Stephanie is passionate about building and transforming organisational capabilities to prepare for a time when all care delivery will involve technology in some form. She has seen industry disruption up close, from having worked in multiple industries apart from healthcare, including banking and insurance, broadcasting, telecommunication, transport and technology. Early years in her career were spent in IBM and Deloitte Consulting.


Stephanie has an MBA from Macquarie University, and a Bachelor of Economics degree from Sydney University with double majors in Computer Science and Economics. She is a practising non-executive director and a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is currently studying towards the Certified Health Informatician Australasia qualification.

 


Webinar facilitator:

 

Rebecca McBeth
HiNZ News Editor

 

Rebecca McBeth joined the HiNZ team as editor of eHealthNews.nz in January 2018. Rebecca was previously news editor at Digital Health Intelligence in London and prior to that, was the senior health reporter at The Christchurch Press, where she won a NZ Canon Media Award and a NZ Reporting Diversity award. Based in Auckland, she is committed to communicating news, experience and knowledge throughout New Zealand’s data and digital health sector.

 


How to connect to the webinar
  • This webinar is free for anyone to attend.
  • Register once for the series and get access to all webinars live and on-demand.
>> Register now <<

Questions? Email Gloria at HiNZ

 

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