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eHealthNews Webinar


Digitising patient reported outcomes
12.30pm to 1.30pm, Thursday 25 June 2020

Digitising patient reported outcomes is an emerging concept/field and this webinar will provide the opportunity for our panel of experts to discuss software, user design, workflows and the value/power of patient reported outcomes. Hear the panel give their perspectives on current and future opportunities this concept provides, whether Telehealth, use of apps to capture patient reported outcomes, remote collection via wearables or interaction with environment as cues to satisfaction etc. 

This webinar has been sponsored by The Clinician.  Their support has made this webinar possible. 


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. 
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About the Expert Panel

Webinar facilitated by Becky George, HiNZ board chair.


Panel participants are:

  • Koray Atalag, CIO, The Clinician
  • Claire Tahu, Chief Advisor Allied Health, Scientific & Technical, Waikato District Health Board
  • Daniel Bernal, Associate Director of Allied Health Scientific & Technical, Quality and Safety, Capital and Coast DHB
  • Blaik Wilson, COO, Cemplicity


Koray Atalag


The Clinician


Koray is an MD with PhD in Information Systems and a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Informatics. He serves as CIO at The Clinician, a digital health company, that creates beautiful apps to engage patients, collect patient reported outcome/experience measures (PROMs and PREMs) to create actionable insights and drive value-based care. Koray is also a part-time senior researcher in biomedical informatics at the University of Auckland with deep knowledge in interoperability and standards. He is currently a Board member at HL7 New Zealand and has previously served at HISO and co-authored the Interoperability Reference Architecture. 



Claire Tahu

Chief Advisor Allied Health, Scientific & Technical

Waikato District Health Board


Claire is an experienced Allied Health leader having worked in senior allied health leadership positions at both Counties Manukau DHB and Hutt Valley DHB before joining Waikato DHB in November 2018. Claire has a strong background in quality improvement and is passionate about developing a whole of system approach to support health and wellbeing. She is a member of the Midland Region Telehealth Advisory group and is keen to support the utilisation of digital technology to drive service improvements and enhance care provided to communities.


Daniel Bernal
Associate Director of Allied Health Scientific & Technical, Quality and Safety
Capital and Coast DHB


A pharmacist hailing from the small island-state of Tasmania, Australia, Dan is currently the Associate Director of Allied Health, Scientific and Technical Professions with a Quality and Safety portfolio, at CCDHB. He grew up beside the River Tamar and Mount Wellington, and is now proud to call Wellington home. Having undertaken a deep dive into patient-reported outcome measures during his post graduate studies, he’s now exploring this in the post-COVID-19 era, first looking into patient and clinician experiences of telehealth during COVID-19, with wider patient feedback planned as the DHB seeks to rollout the Mārama real-time feedback platform. 


Blaik Wilson




Blaik Wilson joined Cemplicity back in 2015 and loves working with health providers and payers to drive patient-centred care. Blaik’s career started with PWC in New Zealand before spending 8 years working in London and New York in the banking and software sectors. Blaik understands the value of working in partnership with sector experts with complimentary skills, to optimize our offer to clients. He is a clear communicator and excellent strategic project manager and team leader.


Watch video presentation Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes + Clinical Decision Support – with Blaik Wilson & client Adele Gautier from Breast Cancer Foundation NZ


Webinar facilitator:


Becky George

HiNZ Board Chair


I am passionate about advocating for Allied Health Professions across the health and disability system, particularly within digital health and innovations.  As models of care evolve we need to ensure that we the patient remains the focus in all perspectives of implementation.  I am currently a Doctoral candidate, undertaking a DHSc in Allied Health leadership and continue to work regionally and nationally, consulting on a number of digital health projects.  As a registered Occupational Therapist and an Associate Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health, I am also the elected chair of the Health Informatics New Zealand board of directors and chair of the Allied Health National Informatics Group. I am co author of the Allied Health National Data Set Standard and am on the Advisory Panel for the Clinical Informatics Leadership Network. As a member of HISO, the MoH’s Health Informations Standards group and of the Sector Advisory Panel for the National Health Information Platform, I am committed to ensuring good governance for digital health is in place.  I was honoured to be a finalist in the ITx, IT Awards for Excellence in Digital Health 2018, and last year was awarded the inaugural Clinical Informatics Leadership Award 2019 recognising achievements of a clinician working in Digital health in New Zealand.


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.
>> Watch on demand now <<

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