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Evolving Healthcare Analytics for a Thriving Digital-Health Ecosystem

As part of the Health and Human Services National Insights Series

Wednesday, 3 August 2022 | 11am – 1pm AEST | Online

Event Overview

Advancing Digitally-Enabled Patient-Centric Systems

Clinical decision-making is one of the few things in the world where precision literally saves lives. Healthcare analytics today is a functional asset that assists healthcare providers on a multitude of levels; from population monitoring, medical and health records, to diagnostics, treatment, clinical decisions, and even procurement and accounting.

Healthcare professionals dream of predictive analytics maturity to enable efficient patient flow, precise and personalised diagnosis, strategic healthcare procurement. Being armed with the capability and capacity to collect, make sense of, and share valuable data appropriately, is a significant leap toward future-proofing the evolving landscape of patient care and healthcare systems globally.

Innovative, emerging and even advanced use of data and analytics technologies are many and ongoing. We invite you to join us for the “Evolving Healthcare Analytics for a Thriving Digital-Health Ecosystemcomplimentary virtual event to hear about cutting-edge innovations, developments, and applications across Australian Healthcare. Let us realise the potential of the resources, tools, and technologies available in our hands now to create the future of health together.

Advancing Digitally-Enabled Patient-Centric Systems

Benefits of Attending

Learn, discuss, and benchmark with fellow peers in the ever-evolving space of big data, automation, business intelligence and analytics in the context of saving lives

Explore lessons learnt and next
stages of the strategic application
of analytics and health data-sharing for the benefit of our health system, providers, and patient care

Hear real-life case studies, do’s
and don’ts, and best practices from experts at the forefront of emerging healthcare analytics projects and implementation

A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers

Rhys Parker,
Chief Clinical Information Officer, Office of the Chief Medical Information Officer,
SA Health

Tanya Kelly,
Clinical Director, Digital Transformation,
Sunshine Coast Hospital & Health Service

Adam Lloyd,
Area Director, Data & Digital Innovation,
Department of Health WA

HHS Q2 - A_Prof. Michael Franco

A/Prof Michael Franco,
Chief Medical Information Officer, Digital Health,
Monash Health

Key Sessions

KeynoteKeynoteKeynotePanel Discussion

Analytics, A Foundational Technology for the Future of Healthcare at SA Health

  • The progression from siloed clinical data to information asset across SA Health to improve patient care by shifting from foundational technology to an analytics platform for the future
  • Addressing the foundations of analytics technology, governance, access and security
  • Using innovation to break down the barriers and enable health innovation, research and appropriate use of data through a modern and sustainable analytics framework

Optimising Care with Machine Learning, Big Data & Predictive Analytics

  • Applications of predictive healthcare analytics and big data for real-time data-driven decision making and forecasting (e.g. patient monitoring, operations, screening and prevention, research, predictive infrastructure maintenance)
  • Organisational maturity; governance, processes, workforce, and culture for advanced analytics
  • The journey toward leveraging ML in safe, ethical and reliable care and practice

Clinician Driven Business Intelligence – A Sunshine Coast Hospital Service Perspective

  • Designing BI for clinicians to answer more questions without traditional limitations
  • Training staff to develop these capabilities and how this can positively impact operational and patient outcomes

Health Data-Sharing, Communication & Collaboration: Where are we in 2022?

  • How has COVID changed the way that we communicate and share information to provide best healthcare?
  • What are the risks and benefits to Sharing Patient Data for Direct Patient Care? (e.g. My Health Record, Health Information Exchanges) or Research (e.g. Clinical Registries)
  • How can we address patient confidentially and ownership of healthcare information?
  • What are your top tips to amplify and progress into more effective ways of data sharing and collaboration across the healthcare system?

Your Registration

Virtual Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and explore how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives


An opportunity to engage with the inspiring speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges

Leading Technology Solutions

Hear  from leading solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services


Receive on-demand access to session content on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

What Your Peers Had to Say

“I really enjoyed the session. It was very interesting and informative”
Central Adelaide Local Health Network

“The clinical example sessions were great – very relevant “
Tasmanian Health Service, Hospitals South

“It was great to get the insights from a range of speakers”
Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association

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