HISA VIC: Clinical Engagement
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HISA VIC: Clinical Engagement

11/05/2016
When: Wednesday 11 May 2016
5.30pm for 6.00pm start, until 7.30pm
Where: University of Melbourne, Alan Gilbert Building, Theatre 2 – Level 1
161 Barry St
Carlton, Victoria  3053
Australia
Contact: 03 9326 3311


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Clinical engagement

Come and hear examples from industry, a state government and academia on how to engage clinicians. 

Registration Fees

This event is free for HISA member and $25.00 for non-members. Please register via the above link to confirm your attendance. 

Program
Engaging professionals in organisational governance – the case of doctors and their role in the leadership and management of health services

A/Prof Helen Dickinson Associate Professor Public Governance, Melbourne School of Government and School of Social and Political Sciences

Helen Dickinson was educated at the Universities of Manchester and Birmingham in the UK. Helen was employed by the University of Birmingham from 2006-2013 where she taught and researched issues relating to inter-agency collaboration, priority setting and decision making and leadership. In late 2011 Helen established the University of Birmingham’s Public Service Academy which (PSA) which involved coordinating academic activities around the theme of public management and public policy and played an important role in the engagement agenda with local and national partners. Helen joined the University of Melbourne in 2013 as Associate Professor in Public Governance. She has published widely on topics such as governance, leadership, organisational behaviour and rationing in journals such as Public Administration, Public Management Review, Social Science and Medicine and Evidence and Policy. Helen has also authored, co-authored or edited twelve books on topics such as governance, leadership and the reform of health care. In 2010 she was the winner of the Social Policy Association’s “Best Newcomer” award which is awarded to an individual within five years of PhD completion who has made a significant contribution to the field of social policy. Since 2010 Helen has co-edited the Journal of Health Organisation and Management and since 2012 has co-edited the Journal of Integrated Care. She is also an Associate Editor of BMC Health Services Research and the International Journal of Integrated Care.

How government engages with clinical informatics in Victoria

Julie Brophy Manager, Productivity and Health Information Workforce, Department of Health Victoria

Julie is a tertiary qualified, experienced manager and data analyst specialising in the health sector. She has extensive knowledge and expertise in hospital information standards and systems, with specific expertise in business intelligence, clinical costing and health funding models. Julie has managed multiple projects and a variety of teams to achieve successful outcomes across a range of areas.

      

    

Engaging clinicians in implementing EMR’s – what does it look like in practice?

Janette Gogler

Janette has a strong applied health informatics work history scanning 2 decades working in tertiary health services in Australia. Her working knowledge and experience spans telemedicine, clinical system implementations and evaluation, needs analysis, health informatics education and research, and “fit for purpose” mobile technology at the bedside. She is passionate about delivering systems and processes that work for the clinician and consequently drive clinical improvements. Janette has a particular interest is in nursing data and the emergence of a standardised language, which will impact on the growing requirement for accurate and meaningful clinical analytics to better inform healthcare provision.

 

 

Slides

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