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Workshops at Digital Health Week NZ 2019
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Yes, you CAN attend a workshop without being a full conference delegate. 
Go here to the registration portal to register for a workshop.

After you have entered your contact information, select “Workshop Only" then select your preferred workshop(s). If you have any questions about your registration, please email Kelly at hinz@theconferencecompany.com.

 

To view a list of workshop speakers please click here>>

 

WORKSHOPS, EVENTS & MEETINGS

Optional events at Digital Health Week 2019


MONDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2019

Data Summit

FACILITATORS: Karen Blake, healthAlliance & Becky George, Canterbury DHB

WHEN: 1pm to 5pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, afternoon tea

COST: $39 for half day (HiNZ members); $59 non-members

 

This interactive workshop will explore and discuss important questions such as:

  • We expect to be able to have analytics applied to our future data - what do you mean we can't?
  • What limits data use? What can be done to take an enabling approach though data governance?
  • Data standards 101 - can someone please explain these to me.
  • What do you mean we don't own our data, who does?
  • How does Maori Data Sovereignty work in the health system?
  • I want to share our data, how do I do this? Legal, ethical and social license considerations as articulated via (examples, not exhaustive): Health Act, HIPC, OT and Family Violence Act changes, forthcoming National Ethical Standards (NEAC), Social Sector Data Protection and Use Policy
  • I don't want to duplicate work already done, who has something to share? Rational for a national data sharing framework
  • Convince me, what are the benefits of a national approach to data governance? Using a network of complimentary expertise to solve common problems together

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/DataSummit19

 

Questions about the workshop content? Please email Kim

 


TUESDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2019

Health Care Home Symposium

CONVENED BY: N4 (Pinnacle, Procare, Compass, Pegasus) and the Health Care Home Collaborative

WHEN: 9am to 5pm (followed by networking function 5pm to 6pm)
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea plus symposium delegates get free entry to the 100+ booth exhibition hall the following day, on Wednesday 20 November.

COST: $295 for full day; $195 for speakers at bootcamp

 

Convened by N4 and the Health Care Home Collaborative, this event is aimed at Primary Care professionals.

 

Following the networking function, Pinnacle will hold their AGM & Awards Dinner from 6pm. This requires a separate ticket that can be purchased from Pinnacle. To book a dinner ticket please email Marie at Pinnacle.

 

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/HealthCareHomeCollaborative

 

Questions about the workshop content? Please email Kim

 


TUESDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2019

Interoperability Standards: The Ecosystem and You!

FACILITATED BY: Peter Jordan, HL7NZ & Alastair Kenworthy, Ministry of Health

WHEN: Tuesday 19 November, 9am to 5pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea

COST: $195 HL7NZ or HiNZ members; $295 non-members

 

HL7® FHIR® and SNOMED CT® are our key standards for creating an interoperable digital health ecosystem. Join us for a hands-on day experimenting with these standards and exploring their practical use in digital health in New Zealand. 

 

This event is aimed at clinicians, researchers, data analysts, business analysts, implementers and developers. This workshop will be a combination of presentation material, discussion and practical exercises. You are encouraged to register early for this important event as seating is limited. And ... bring your laptop! 

 

Read more about the workshop agenda here >>

 

Questions about the workshop content? Please email Peter Jordan at HL7NZ or Alastair Kenworthy at the Ministry of Health.

 


TUESDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2019

S23M Workshop - Trust building, thinking, and learning to create an inclusive culture of innovation and collaboration

 

FACILITATED BY: Jorn Bettin and Pete Rive, S23M

WHEN: Tuesday 19 November, 9am to 5pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea

COST: $195 HiNZ members; $295 non-members; $49 speakers

 

This workshop brings together a broad range of professionals working in the healthcare sector, as well as academic researchers, and creative innovators to jointly tackle wicked workplace culture problems such as workplace bullying and implementing alternatives to traditional hierarchy to reduce spurious cultural complexity. In most cases deep innovation and breakthrough improvements are the result of an interdisciplinary effort, drawing on insights from disciplines that lie beyond the focus and capabilities of any single organisation. Whilst the level of automation is rising in many domains, human tacit knowledge, situational awareness, and the ability to develop trusted relationships amongst peers and with patients are critical elements of optimal service delivery. The workshop will build on the results from the corresponding workshop at HiNZ 2018 that explored establishing a sector-wide multi-agency approach of collaboration to address workplace bullying in healthcare.

The organisers encourage participants to submit concrete problem statements in advance and to bring along their culture and collaboration challenges for discussion with peers in Open Space format. 

 

Read more about the workshop agenda on the workshop page>>


If you would like to propose a specific challenge or problem for discussion or if you have a question, please email Jorn Bettin

 


TUESDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2019

Clinical Informatics Leadership Network (CiLN) Workshop

CONVENED BY: CiLN

WHEN: 1pm to 5pm (then networking function with CIOs from 5pm to 6pm)
INCLUDES: Afternoon tea and networking function

COST: $29

 

Interactive workshop to discuss CiLN initiatives. Includes afternoon tea. Workshop is followed by a one hour private networking function with drinks and canapes. The networking function will be sponsored, enabling HiNZ to make it free to CiLN members. (The CIOs who attended the IS Leaders Forum are also invited to the private networking function.)

To attend the CiLN workshop you must be a member of CiLN. It's free to join - find out more about CilN and how to apply at hinz.org.nz/CiLN

 


TUESDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2019

IS Leadership Group Meeting

CONVENED BY: TAS

WHEN: 9am to 5pm (then networking function 5pm to 6.30pm)
INCLUDES: Morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, networking function

 

This is an invite only event for CIOs of DHBs and PHOs. To be eligible to attend you must have received an invitation from TAS.

 

Questions about this meeting - please email Kim

 


WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2019

HIMSS: How to Journey towards Digital Transformation

CONVENED BY: HIMSS

FACILITATOR: John Daniels, HIMSS (USA)

GUEST SPEAKER: Brenda Hynes, Ministry of Health

WHEN: 9am to 12.30pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, Morning tea, lunch

COST: $195 HiNZ members; $295 non-members

 

Presented by John Daniels, HIMSS USA, this half day event provides an overview of HIMSS Analytics’ maturity models, a deep dive into EMRAM and O-EMRAM criteria, and a roadmap for your digital transformation strategy. The Ministry of Health will present on the DHB assessments and applying the maturity models in a New Zealand context.

 

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/HIMSS19

 

Questions about this event - please email Kim

 


WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2019

Health Information Workforce - Identifying and developing the health information workforce: A Knowledge Cafe conversation

FACILITATORS: Karen Day, University of Auckland

WHEN: 9am to 12.30pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, morning tea

COST: Free for HiNZ conference delegates; $59 for workshop-only delegates


Digital health is becoming ‘normal’ work for healthcare professionals. The health information/informatics (HI) workforce is emerging in response to the need for new competencies and workforce capacity and for emerging types of work. This workforce is not clearly defined in terms of how organizations need to address new ways of doing health care. It is not easy to find HI professionals in the workforce because job titles and descriptions are not standardized or accurately descriptive. Their roles leverage business, clinical, and computer sciences – each employee works to their strength depending on their education and experience. It is difficult to find the health information workforce in our health system, and more difficult to map them into career paths. Some HI workers are not necessarily a profession in the way that medicine is a profession, and others ‘top up’ their base profession (e.g. nurse, doctor, librarian, software developer) with HI skills to enable their base job performance (e.g. provide digital leadership). Some are fully HI professionals (e.g. CCIO, information manager, clinical coder, health librarian).


The World Health Organisation (WHO) proposes a framework for health service performance that identifies intrinsic goals for a health system (health, responsiveness, financial fairness, and risk protection) and instrumental goals (access to care, innovation, sustainability, and community involvement). We propose a workforce framework that builds on performance frameworks such as that proposed by the WHO, based on the concepts of identity, innovation and impact.The purpose of our Knowledge Café is to discuss the proposed framework and its effect on HI workforce capacity building and health services performance in a digital environment. We are looking for insights about what is needed in the workforce to propel healthcare into the digital age and make the most of it when they get there.

 

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/HealthInformationWorkforce

 

Questions about the workshop content? Please email Karen Day

 


WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2019
Health Sector Architects Group (HSAG)

FACILITATORS: Peter Marks, Manager Architecture & Standards, Ministry of Health

WHEN: Wednesday 20 November, 9am to 12.30pm
INCLUDES: Morning tea, lunch

COST: $95 for half day (if attendance approved by MoH)

 

How do architects stay ahead of the curve in a health sector undertaking rapid and significant digital change? Join us to learn about, discuss and contribute to the new architectural models and standards at our premier workshop for the year. Expect a fun and challenging day. 

Attendance is by invitation from the Ministry of HealthIf you wish to request an invite please tick the box when prompted during conference registration. If your request is approved, you will be offered a seat. If you accept the seat, you will be charged a workshop fee to cover costs.

 

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/HealthSectorArchitectsGroup

 

Questions about the meeting content? Email Peter Marks

 


WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2019

Health Informatics in the Wilds of Primary Care

CONVENED BY: N4

WHEN: 9am to 12.30pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, Morning tea, lunch

COST: $195 for half day; $295 for full day including HiNZ keynotes & welcome networking function; Speakers at this workshop $95 for half day or $195 for full day.

 

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

 

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/N4workshop19

 

Questions about this event - please email Kim

 


WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2019

Qlik Health User Group: Future Collaboration

FACILITATORS: Daniel Gargiulo, Acumen BI & Sharon Puddle, Waitemata DHB

WHEN: Wednesday 20th November, 9 am to 12 30pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, light lunch

COST: Free. Sponsored By Acumen BI.

This event is also available to people that are not attending the HINZ conference.

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/Qlik19

 


WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2019

eHealth Nursing Conference

CONVENED BY: Nurse Executives of New Zealand

FACILITATOR: Greg Ward MC

WHEN: 9am to 12.30pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, Morning tea, lunch

COST: $98 for half day; $198 for full day including HiNZ keynotes & evening networking function; Speakers at this event $49 for half day or $98 for full day

 

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/eHealthNursing19

 

Questions about this event - please email Kim

 


WEDNESDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2019

eAllied Health Conference

CONVENED BY: Allied Health Collaborative

FACILITATOR: Becky George, Canterbury DHB

WHEN: 9am to 12.30pm
INCLUDES: Arrival tea/coffee, Morning tea, lunch

COST: $98 for half day; $198 for full day including HiNZ keynotes & evening networking function; Speakers at this event $49 for half day or $98 for full day

 

To read more about this event go to:

https://www.hinz.org.nz/page/eHealthAH19

 

Questions about this event - please email Kim

 


THURSDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2019

BREAKFAST: Smart Home Care Technology - Social inclusion solution

CONVENED BY: Tunstall Healthcare

WHEN: 7.30am to 8.30am
INCLUDES: Breakfast

COST: FREE - Sponsored by Tunstall Healthcare

 

Smart Homes are created by combining connected care and health devices to support people to live independently with the flexibility to customise as per client’s needs. Smart Home technology improves access to care, helps to eradicate isolation and improves outcomes for people who use it. It is a range of intelligent assistive technologies, remote patient monitoring system and care services that aim to assist older people, people living with chronic illness and people with ongoing and special needs to live in a supported but independent environment. Smart home technology is a connected home which will ensure personal safety through sensors and ICP Triage Manager. It can be voice controlled, automated, has video conference capabilities and is user friendly, through which the care recipient can maintain their independence. Through secure real-time applications, even family and friends can participate in the monitoring and be up to date about the user’s wellbeing. With 24/7 round the clock monitoring and activity sensors, the client can receive immediate assistance from anywhere in their home. The aim is to provide solutions that assist people to maintain their independence. These homes are a solution to carers, users, family and enabling people to live more fulfilling lives wherever they like.


Questions about this event - please email Himani


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