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Aged Care Informatics
Conference 2013

17 July 2013 Adelaide Convention Centre

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Aged Care Informatics (ACI), a special interest group of HISA, is pleased to invite you to participate in ACI 2013, Australia's Aged Care Informatics Conference, to be held on 17 July 2013 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

The primary theme of ACI 2013 is Theory into Practice – the Delivery of a Quality Digital Aged Care Service. ACI 2013 will focus on:

Join us this year to listen to and network with our esteemed national and international keynotes, leaders and interested individuals. The conference will focus on the current challenges confronting the aged and community care sector and the role that e-health solutions can make to enhancing the delivery of safe and quality care. Attending the conference will give you the opportunity to learn from others, globally, thru ACI 2013 on the use of data for positive client and organisational outcomes, therefore returning to your organisation with valuable insight to share; to contribute, joining a small but growing aged care special interest group, where opportunity exists for close networking between preeminent academics and industry informatics leaders; and to actively get involved in the SIG as election is held for SIG leadership and executive positions.

ACI

Gold Sponsor

Whiddon group

Keynotes

A Physiotherapist by background, Andrew is the manager of the National interRAI Software Service for New Zealand. During the past 15 years Andrew has been involved in a number of clinical change management projects that have all included a major healthcare IT component.

Martin Laverty is CEO, Catholic Health Australia, Chair of the NSW Heart Foundation, and a Member of the NSW Public Service Commission Board. He serves on health advisory committees of the Department of Health and Ageing, Health Workforce Australia, and the Australian Catholic University. His 2012 book, Determining the Future: A Fair Go & Health for All, was published by Connor Court. Trained as a lawyer, he is completing a PhD.

Llyr Otto is a registered nurse with over twenty years experience in a wide range of nursing fields. Llyr holds a Bachelor of Health Science Nursing, a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Health Leadership and is currently undertaking a Masters of Health with a specialisation in Leadership. She has undertaken senior management roles in Public, Private and Not for Profit sectors and her current role of Clinical Risk Manager for the Whiddon Group entails addressing areas of clinical risk in The Whiddon Group Aged Care Services. She has a longstanding professional interest in the use of technology to promote effective clinical governance and to enrich the client care experience.

Dr Damith Ransinghe is an expert in the area of radio-frequency identification devices (RFID) technology. These researchers have come together to investigate the use of technology to prevent falls in hospitals with relevance also to the aged care sector.

Regan Stathers is the Information & Communication Manager for The Whiddon Group, and is responsible for the strategic technological direction of the Group's Residential Aged Care facilities, Independent Living Units, Community Care Services, and Corporate office. Having many years experience in the Aged Care Industry, he advocates technological development for the improvement of clinical outcomes, care delivery and operational efficiencies. He has managed many large system implementation projects, and is a member of the HISA Aged Care Special Interest Group, and the Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council's CIO Steering Committee.

Associate Professor Visvanathan is an academic geriatrician with interest in translational research and with an ultimate aim of helping older Australians achieve Healthy Ageing.

Registration

Registration is now open for ACI 2013.

You can register to attend the day (Wednesday) or purchase a full conference registration to HIC 2013 and your attendance at the Aged Care Informatics Conference on Wednesday 17 July is included as well as the Monday 15 July associated events.

ACI

Aged Care Informatics Conference
Wednesday 17 July Day Pass $670

* HISA Member rate applies to current HISA members (excludes Affiliate members. Please contact hic2013@hisa.org.au if you are an Affiliate member).

§ Student registration must be accompanied by proof of valid full time University student ID. Please email to hic2013@hisa.org.au or fax to +61 3 8610 0006. Student registration does not include the Gala Dinner.

Registration Cancellation Policy

Strategic Advisory Committee

Dr Andrew Georgiou ACI 2013 Conference Chair, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research, University of Newcastle
Dr Mary Lam Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney
Dr Lemai Nguyen Senior Lecturer, School of Information Systems, Deakin University


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