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eHealthNews Webinar

 

Business Intelligence driving healthcare transformation
12:30pm to 1:30pm, Wednesday 28th October

 

Data is crucial to driving transformation in the health system. This webinar explores examples of business intelligence tools in use across the sector, including at a regional and national level and as part of the Covid-19 response. 

 

HiNZ would like to thank Acumen BI for sponsoring this webinar 

 

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About the Expert Panel

Webinar facilitated by Rebecca McBeth, HiNZ News Editor.

 

Panel participants are:

  • Delwyn Armstrong, Head of Analytics, Waitemata DHB
  • Emma Williams, Care Capacity Demand Management CCDM Programme Manager, Capital & Coast District Health Board
  • Kyle Forde, Chief Information Officer, WellSouth
  • Stuart McCaw, Programme Manager, Corporate Directorate, Capital & Coast District Health Board

 

Delwyn Armstrong
Head of Analytics
Waitemata DHB

 

Delwyn has a passion for wringing the value out of rich clinical information to benefit current and future patients. Her skills lie in problem-solving, data analytics and finding outstanding people to work with. 

Emma Williams

Care Capacity Demand Management CCDM Programme Manager

Capital & Coast District Health Board

 

Emma Williams has worked clinically as a midwife in the UK and New Zealand for over 20 years within NHS Trusts, District Health Boards and in the private sector. 

Since 2016 Emma has been the Care Capacity Demand Management (CCDM) programme manager at Capital and Coast DHB in Wellington.  CCDM is a mandated safe staffing and healthy workplaces programme achieving quality patient care and quality working environments within the best use of health resources.  

Capital and Coast is one of the leading DHBs in the programme and has used Qlik to create a core data set which has enabled data driven decision making leading to improved staffing and ultimately improved patient care. 

Emma is passionate about safe staffing and enabling nursing and midwifery staff to achieve the highest standards of care for their patients whilst also supporting the DHB to make decisions based on sound evidence. 

 

 

Kyle Forde
Chief Information Officer
WellSouth

Stuart McCaw

Programme Manager, Corporate Directorate

Capital & Coast District Health Board

 

Stuart McCaw has worked in the health sector for over 20 years, including for the Health Funding Authority, a number of public hospitals, the Ministry of Health, the New Zealand Guidelines Group, MBIE (Health and Safety) and Capital & Coast DHB (CCDHB). His work has focused on programme management and implementation with a strong focus on the business intelligence aspects of those programmes and projects. His work passion is to make it easier for people to use data and information for decision making. At CCDHB he leads the implementation of Qlik Sense which is now in the data literacy phase. He has designed and delivered training and support to hundreds of clinical and non-clinical staff that covers software navigation, guidance on interpreting graphs and how to use data to inform decisions.

 


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 <<

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