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Delegate feedback HiNZ 2019
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After the 2018 HiNZ Conference, we asked delegates for their feedback...

 

Overall, how would you rate your experience at the conference?


 

 

Would you recommend the conference to others?


 

Source: HiNZ post-conference delegate survey, November 2018, n=230 respondents

 

 

What was the most beneficial aspect of the conference for you?

  • As a first timer getting an insight in health informatics and the depth and breadth of information available and out there
  • Broadening knowledge around use of digital health services
  • Chance to hear from speakers about their work
  • Connection and learning
  • eHealth nursing presenters spoke of relevant and accessible information for today’s nurse
  • Excellent standard of presentations
  • Face to face customer and delegate interaction
  • Finding out what other areas are doing - discovering we aren't as much of a laggard in some respects! Networking with others from within my DHB!
  • Having a chance to hear what new and innovative things are going on within the NZ health sector, and what is being done overseas - how we can bring that here.
  • Hearing about all the work going on in the sector
  • Improving industry knowledge
  • It's the best way to get the knowledge and insights of what others are doing to improve healthcare. And networking of course.
  • Learning about what’s actually out there and seeing it working in other countries.
  • Learning from others experiences
  • Loved the international keynotes on the first day. And the vast array of speakers on Thursday.
  • Making industry connections and experiencing a wide range of different perspectives from industry participants.
  • Medication and sharing of healthcare information, electronic medical records etc. Practical knowledge most useful, theoretical not my area unfortunately
  • Meeting people from across the sector, making new connections, and getting a feel for challenges and opportunities
  • Networking
  • Networking and seeing how technology is being used in health
  • Networking and touching base with all the exhibitors.
  • Seeing presentations of examples of technology in action.
  • Some of the challenges issues by the speakers and the need to respond to those challenges
  • Staying up to date
  • The ability to meet with key individuals and share knowledge around MuleSoft impact in the health space
  • The convenience of being able to meet with vendors and assess their offerings.
  • The networking opportunities. It was a great event to firm up relationships that we had existing within the New Zealand market place and forge some new opportunities.
  • The networking with peers across the sector and from other DHBs
  • The notion that technology is just around the corner here.
  • The Q and A sessions were excellent and involved and gave perspective from the audience
  • The speakers and the networking
  • Understanding the global view
  • Up-to-date of where all projects and advancements in digital health are
  • Gaining insight globally of what is going on in health.
  • Hearing about projects success n failures
  • Ideas from the presentations
  • Learning from what other had experienced from their own developments and innovation
  • Learning what was going on in the health IT space
  • Links to local and international product vendors and implementers
  • listening to innovative projects being inspired by the speakers  networking
  • Networking and being inspired by others.
  • networking and finding out where other providers are in terms of eHealth and digital health
  • Networking and seeing how technology is being used in health
  • Networking and seeing what is happening from a technology perspective in health
  • Networking and that the sessions were practice and not academic.
  • Updates in innovative practice, networking.
  • .... plus many more positive comments (duplicate/similar comments removed for brevity)...

 

Source: HiNZ post-conference delegate survey, November 2018, n=230 respondents

 

 

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