Monthly Archives: December 2010

DOHA E-Health Conference 2010 – Summary Resources

The HISAnews blog – this site has been ‘hit’ and referenced a LOT.  Thank you all for your positive feedback.  I’m so pleased this site has been useful for you.  For those of you who aren’t HISA members, I encourage … Continue reading

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Rosemary Huxtable, Deputy Secretary, Department of Health and Ageing

Topic: Next steps and the way forward – working together   We are here in partnership with all stakeholders in e-health. Thanked participants and organisers for pulling a successful event together in such a short timeframe. Thanked NEHTA for their … Continue reading

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Facilitated Panel

Topic: Taking us towards tomorrow – envisioning the 21st century when e-health is embedded across the health sector Panellists: Shane Solomon, KPMG John Wilson, Monash University Mukesh Haikerwal Omid Moghadam, Harvard Medical School Ivan Pedersen, Connected Digital Health, Denmark Steven … Continue reading

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Innovative Projects Sessions Bringing tomorrow to today

Session objective: To provide opportunities to showcase the breadth of e-health innovation coming from the ground up where benefits are being delivered locally to health care consumers and the health care sector   Anthony Fanning, Director Healthe Tech http://www.healthe.com/ Jeff … Continue reading

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Dr Mukesh Haikerwal, NEHTA, Head of Engagement and Clinical Leadership

Telehealth Simulation – working with today’s technology A presentation by 5 people.  One of them in person – Mukesh, four people via videoconference to show how videoconferencing can work to connect patients and clinicians. Demonstration of video connectivity between clinicians, … Continue reading

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Mr Shane Solomon, Head of Healthcare, KPMG Australia

Topic: A glimpse of the future – using e-health to provide system wide clinical benefits of real value to consumers E-health is the most important micro reform for the health system “In Hong Kong I worked every day in the … Continue reading

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The Hon Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Digital Productivity

Topic: The digital economy – complementing the health reform agenda and benefits of e-health Prior to Conroy taking to the stage, a video played showing how the northern territory is sharing information electronically.  Conroy remarked “If that clip didn’t inspire … Continue reading

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