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Monday 15 July 2013 HIC ASSOCIATED EVENTS

9:00am-5:00pm 1:30pm-5:00pm
New Age Workforce: Blending Professional and Digital Behaviours Linking Social Determinants of Health: the Indigenous Informatics Challenges & Opportunities The Role of Informatics in Delivering Personalised Medicine Health Informatics Workforce, Professionalism & Certification Boot Camp
5:00-6:00pm NIA 2013 Networking Reception
6:30-9:30pm HIC 2013 Keynote, Board and Sponsor Dinner HISA State Branches and SIG Committee Dinner


Tuesday 16 July 2013 DIGITAL HEALTHCARE

7:30am Registration opens. Exhibitors bump in 7.00am
9:00am Conference Official Opening
Introduction and welcome Dr Brendan Lovelock Chair, HIC 2013 Conference and Katerina Andronis Chair, HISA
9:10am Welcome to country address Aunty Josie Agius Kaurna Elder
9:20am Saving healthcare: Changing what makes sense
Martin Laverty CEO, Catholic Health Australia
10:05am Health informatics: A megatrend driving investment, careers and delivering the future of healthcare
10:30am ACHI, HIMAA and HISA Certification Program launch
10:45am Morning tea - HIC 2013 Exhibition Opens
11:15am Healthcare reform: A social change project
Jamie Ferguson Vice President, HIT Strategy and Policy, Kaiser Permanente (USA)
12:00pm Common challenges, different solutions
Dr Penelope Dash Partner, McKinsey & Co (UK)
12:45pm Lunch and exhibition
1:00pm Lunchtime briefing - HISA New Member Orientation
Suzanna Zhang Membership and Programs Officer, HISA
1.45-3.15pm Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3 Scientific Stream 1 Industry/Clinical Stream 1 Exhibitor & Sponsor Stream 1
Digital Hospital Design – Health System Interaction and Service Delivery
E-health NSW - Changing Patient Trajectories Patient Flow and Meeting Consumer Needs Digital Service Delivery Patient Journey Ignite-Style Presentations
3:15pm Afternoon tea and exhibition
3.45pm HISA Q&A Panel facilitated by Tony Jones
Fast tracking digital: The top 3 priorities for the next 3 years
Dr Penelope Dash Principal, McKinsey & Co (UK); Jane Halton PSM Secretary, Department of Health and Ageing; Martin Laverty CEO, Catholic Health Australia; David Rowlands Managing Director, Direkt Consulting; David Swan Chief Executive, SA Health
5:15pm Day concludes
5:15-6:45pm HIC 2013 Networking Reception and Exhibition


Wednesday 17 July 2013 ONCOLOGY PATIENT JOURNEY

7:30am Registration opens
7:40-8:40am HISA Breakfast & AGM
8:50am Description of the scenario for the day
One very personal cancer journey narrative from within the HISA community
8:55am Stones in the road: Navigating the cancer experience
Suzanne Roche General Manager Policy and Government Relations, Australian Information Industry Association
9.25amDescription of the scenario for the day
One very personal cancer journey narrative from within the HISA community
9:30am Ministerial address
The Hon Tanya Plibersek Minister for Health, Department of Health and Ageing
9:45am Building an information platform for cancer research and evidence-based healthcare
Dr William S. Dalton Founder and CEO, M2Gen (USA)
10:30am Aged Care Informatics SIG Committee Meeting Morning tea and exhibition
11.00am - 12.30pm Workshop 4 Workshop 5 Scientific Stream 2 Industry/Clinical Stream 2 Aged Care Informatics 1 Learning Exchange 1
The Oncology Patient Journey The Consumer Led Revolution: mHealth, pHealth and the Use of Interactive Digital Technologies for Health and Wellness Consumers and Personal Records New Technology 1 Theory into Practice – the Delivery of a Quality Digital Aged Care Service
12:30pm Aged Care Informatics SIG AGM Lunch and exhibition
1.30-3.00pm Workshop 6 Workshop 7 Scientific Stream 3 Industry/Clinical Stream 3 Aged Care Informatics 2 Learning Exchange 2
The Oncology Patient Journey The Consumer Led Revolution: mHealth, pHealth and the Use of Interactive Digital Technologies for Health and Wellness Innovation and Quality New Technology 2 Theory into Practice – the Delivery of a Quality Digital Aged Care Service
3:00pm Afternoon tea and exhibition
3.30pmOpen data: Will it lead to an open cure for cancer?
Salvatore Iaconesi Founder, Art is Open Source (ITALY) via TED
3:40pm GP’s perspective on the impact of e-health in the management of cancer
Dr Oliver Frank GP, Oakden Medical Centre, Hillcrest
4:25pm HISA Q&A Panel facilitated by Prof Ian Olver
Digital health services and cancer
Dr Williams S. Dalton Founder and CEO, M2Gen (USA); Sharon Downman Assistant Director of Nursing, The Sunshine Coase Private Hospital; Jon Hilton Program Manager, cdmNet Australia, Precedence Health Care; Prof Dorothy Keefe Service Director, SA Cancer Service; Suzanne Roche General Manager Policy and Government Relations, Australian Information Industry Association
5:25pm Day concludes
7:00-11:30pm HIC 2013 Gala Awards Dinner


Thursday 18 July 2013 MENTAL HEALTH PATIENT JOURNEY

7:30am Registration opens.
8:30am Description of the scenario for the day
A young adult, depressed with suicidal thoughts and her journey through the healthcare system
8:40am Day 3 opening address
Dr Panayiotis Tyllis Chief Psychiatrist and Director Mental Health Policy, SA Health
8:55am Come in. The computer will see you now
Prof Gavin Andrews AO Professor of Psychiatry, UNSW at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney
9:30am Delivering treatment and prevention via the internet for mental health disorders and suicide risk
Prof Helen Christensen Executive Director, Black Dog Institute
10:10am Morning tea and exhibition
10.40am - 12.10pm Workshop 8 Workshop 9 Scientific Stream 4 Industry/Clinical Stream 4 Workshop 10 Learning Exchange 3
The Mental Health Patient Journey Turning Evidence into Policy, into Funding, into Outcomes Policies, Initiatives and Skill Telehealth E-Health Safety
12:10pm Lunch and exhibition
12:25pm Lunchtime briefing - ACHI, HIMAA and HISA Certification Information Session
Nigel Chartres Senior Consultant, 361 Degrees Stakeholder Engagement Services and David Rowlands Managing Director, Direkt Consulting and Board Member, HISA
1.10-2.40pm Workshop 11 Workshop 12 Scientific Stream 5 Industry/Clinical Stream 5 Industry/Clinical Stream 6
Social Media and Mental Health The Mental Health Patient Journey New Technologies Mobile Health Policy
2:40pm Afternoon tea and exhibition
3:10pm HISA Q&A Panel facilitated by Prof Gavin Andrews AO
Digital health services and mental health
A/Prof Michael Baigent Clinical Director, Centre for Anxiety and Related Disorders; Prof Helen Christensen Executive Director, Black Dog Institute; Sarah Jean Young Consumer; David Mackay Assistant Secretary, Mental Health and Druf Treatment Division, Department of Health and Ageing
4:10pm Conference summary Dr Brendan Lovelock Chair, HIC 2013 Conference
4:20pm Academic awards; Introduction to HIC 2014 and Conference Farewell Katerina Andronis Chair, HISA and Dr Louise Schaper CEO, HISA
4:30pm HIC 2013 conference concludes