IT Health Workshop: Early Intervention of Disease Through Data Innovation

IT Health Workshop: Early Intervention of Disease Through Data Innovation

We are pleased to announce the next event in our IT Health Workshop series

The IT Health Workshop will be facilitated by Mark Brommeyer, and will feature specialist panel members: Michael DraheimWendy Flavien, Dr Andrew Hugman and David Kempson. A hot sit-down breakfast will be provided prior to the panel discussion.

The workshop is free of charge and will be a great opportunity to join a small circle of industry professionals to share insights, discuss ideas and network. Places are limited and geared towards leaders in the IT Health industry.

The topic of discussion will be: “Early Intervention of Disease Through Data Innovation”, with panellists covering the secondary use of data and use of data to target early intervention, big data, disease profiling, digitisation and interoperability.

Meet our panel: 

  • Mark Brommeyer (Facilitator) – Managing Director, Brommeyer Consulting Pty Ltd; Accreditation Co-Surveyor, Australian General Practice Accreditation Ltd (AGPAL); Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Flinders University School of Medicine; Chair, Health Informatics Society of Australia, QLD Branch; Associate Faculty, University of Technology, Sydney
  • Michael Draheim – Chief Information Officer, Metro South Health
  • Wendy Flavien – Chief Integration Officer, RSL Care RDNS
  • Dr Andrew Hugman MB BS FACEM FRCEM – Emergency Physician, Department of Emergency Medicine; Physician Informaticist, SES LHD Information and Communication Technology, South East Sydney Local Health District; State Retrieval Consultant, Health Emergency and Aeromedical Services, Sydney Ambulance Centre
  • David Kempson – Chief Information Officer, Mater Misericordiae Ltd

Prior to the event we would welcome you to submit any questions you may have for the panel members.

Get in touch with Emily Martyn for more details and to express your interest in attending by clicking ‘Attend Event’.

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Event information:


March 23, 2017


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