Message from the CEO Members promote your health informatics research! One of our goals at HISA is to build capacity in the health workforce. We want to empower health professionals in all areas by providing them with the knowledge and information they need to be equipped for the digital health future. One of our initiatives is the HISA Journal Club a platform to showcase health informatics research. We launched the site to profile research by members in all areas of digital health and to provide a channel for your brilliant research to be promoted and read by more people on the shop floor of healthcare. The Journal Club is a magazine style, plain-English blog post that is designed to connect with a diverse healthcare audience and illustrate why the research is important. There are already some great items on the site including todays post, Pioneering digital disruption: Australias first integrated digital tertiary hospital. We want you to be part of this new forum so email the HISA Journal Club and get started!
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The first CHIA to recertify, Claire Holt was a trained health information manager with a keen interest in IT. As the Director of Health Informatics at Portland District Health, her main driver for becoming a CHIA was because it gave you a framework and credibility for what you do.
Organisations - be exposed to the best talent pool in the digital health and health informatics industry. When you advertise with HISA, you know that you will be reaching a specialist audience responsive to the latest research, innovation and opportunities in the field of digital health and health informatics. HISA has a community reach of over 10,000. Want to have your job listed as a featured job? Ensure the CHIA Certification is an essential or desirable.
Personalising the customer experience: HISA worked with Microsoft to bring the digital health community in Melbourne and Sydney two highly successful and informative breakfast events this month. HISAs Greg Moran (left) is pictured with Dr Nic Woods, from Microsoft, and Andrea Darcy, Head of Strategy & Operations, Bupa Telehealth.
The Australian Digital Health Agency in collaboration with CSIRO is hosting three webinars ahead of the fifth technical Connectathon on the National Clinical Terminology Service (NCTS) including its use of HL7s FHIR. Webinars are open to everyone interested in attending. The webinars are on 5, 10 and 12 April.
Global Telehealth 2018 (GT2018) is calling for original contributions in all fields of telehealth (and closely related topics in eHealth) in the form of full Papers (maximum 8 pages or approximately 4000 words, not previously published).
WA branch is hosting a career pathways presentation on 5 April at South Metro TAFE campus led by committee member Joshua Sacks who will talk about his role in telehealth strategy at South Metro Health Service. Learn more about opportunities emerging in digital health careers.
Thursday 5 April 2018 5:30pm for a 6:00pm start
Main Boardroom, South Metropolitan TAFE, Murdoch Campus, 130 Murdoch Drive, Murdoch, Western Australia 6150