Professor Jenny Carryer from Massey University's School of Nursing discusses her recent inaugural address: Reimagining Nursing Through a Feminist Lens - reflecting on her experience of nursing as a profession where you have to struggle constantly for recognition and respect, and why it is important for nurses to be involved in leadership, decision-making and policy development.
Psoda chief everything officer Bruce Aylward discusses how portfolio prioritisation tools provide clarity and transparency in order to pick the right initiatives to do at the right time, as well as understand the risks and benefits of each investment before starting work. Also, how a digital tool helps to deliver those initiatives, reducing the risk of failure.
Hira programme director Ray Delany discusses the vision for Hira, the programme reset, achievements so far, and the future of electronic and personal health records in Aotearoa New Zealand.
HiNZ board members Karen Blake and Steve Earnshaw discuss data and digital transformation in the health sector and HiNZ's role in enabling that future.
The audio-only version of a HiNZ Webinar held on May 3 where real life human experts discuss the potential opportunities and limitations of the use of conversational AI systems such as ChatGPT in the health system.
Tim Corbett joined Health Informatics New Zealand (HiNZ) as chief executive in February 2023. He shares his background and thoughts on data and digital health, as well as insight into his plans for the organisation.
The College of Nurses Aotearoa is running professional supervision short courses in May 2023. Catherine Cook, AUT Associate Professor, School of Clinical Sciences, discusses the role and benefits of professional supervision in nursing and what to expect from the course.
Precision Driven Health chief executive Kevin Ross and former Māori health director, Chad Paraone, discuss the importance of engaging with Māori as leaders, stakeholders and co-designers in health data science projects and a collection of stories recently published on this theme, called Te Pū Waiora.
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A discussion on patient-controlled records as a means of patient empowerment, and Spark Health’s digital solution - Kete Waiora - with Spark Health chief executive Will Reedy, Get Real Health executive and founding partner Robin Wiener and Get Real Health vice president of clinical insights, Jennifer Bowers.
Extending care beyond existing facilities has been identified as a key priority in the Philips Future Health Index 2022 report, with many expecting it to become even more crucial in the future. Philips regional leader for EMR and Care Management, Dan Ball, discusses why there is such a strong desire to move more care into the community.
Outgoing Executive Director at the College of Nurses, Jenny Carryer, reflects on her time in the role, greatest highlights and challenges, and her vision for the future of nursing.
Philips healthcare analytics solutions manager NZ, Amit Guha Roy, discusses the findings of the 2022 Philips Future Health Index report which details the sentiments of healthcare leaders on the use of data insights and ongoing interoperability challenges across healthcare facilities.
InterSystems Regional Director, Data Platforms, Andrew Aho, and Director, Customer Relations & Sales for New Zealand, Brian Biggs discuss the findings of a new study showing New Zealand healthcare providers continue to struggle with collecting, analysing and applying relevant data. Download the InterSystems report.
Deputy director general data and digital at the Ministry of Health Shayne Hunter is stepping down after nearly 3.5 years in the role. In this episode he reflects on what has been achieved during this time and his vision for the future.
Medtech Global managing director Geoff Sayer discusses their new online payment service Medeor Pay by Link and its benefits to both practices and patients.
Executive Director of the College of Nurses Aotearoa Jenny Carryer and Chair of Nurse Practitioners NZ Sandra Oster discuss the online resources the College has recently developed on preparation and education to become a nurse practitioner.
Fellows of HiNZ Colin McKenzie (Sysmex sales and marketing director) and Kate Rhind (Healthpoint CEO) discuss how they got into health informatics, the importance of collaboration, workforce issues and the benefits of being FHINZ members.
Liz Manning from the College of Nurses Aotearoa and Todd Krieble from the NZ Institute of Economic Research discuss their upcoming online workshops for nurses, focusing on health policy and strategy and why we need more nurses working in these areas.
Fellows of Health Informatics NZ (FHINZ) Martin Wilson and Matt Valentine discuss how they got into clinical informatics, what being a Fellow means to them and advice for others wanting to get into the data and digital health sector.
Auckland DHB chief digital officer and chair of the National Digital Leadership Forum Shayne Tong, and executive director digital enablement at Hawke’s Bay DHB and deputy chair of the National Digital Leadership Forum Anne Speden discuss the role of the forum and the importance of collaboration as the health sector transitions to a newly reformed structure and approach.
Becky George, interim clinical director for the Hira programme at the Ministry of Health, discusses the Hira programme and the importance of having a strong clinical voice in the development of the ecosystem of data and digital health systems.
Alcidion’s chief medical officer Malcolm Pradhan discusses the concept of virtual hospitals and how they are being used in response to Covid-19 to increase capacity in the health system. Also, how to scale virtual models of care, identify suitable patients and ensure a return on investment.
Change in the health sector due to widespread reform is creating a ‘fight or flight’ mentality in data and digital staff. The general tech talent shortage is adding extra challenges to recruiting and retaining staff as skills become scarce and salaries increase exponentially. Spark Health chief executive Will Reedy and chief strategy director at specialist technology recruitment and professional coaching firm Potentia, Abinesh Krishan, discuss the issues and possible solutions.
Auckland DHB clinical informatics specialist Lucy Westbrooke and professional practice fellow in child health, Otago University, Emma Collins discuss use of data and digital technologies in the field of nursing and the exciting line-up at the HiNZ eNursing and Midwifery workshop in Wellington in November.
Roy Davidson, Northland DHB Telehealth Programme Manager, Sarah Clarke, Clinical Director Rural Hospitals at Northland DHB and Zoom Regional Sales Manager for NZ Jaron Burbidge discuss the benefits of telehealth for delivering care to rural populations and the impact on health equity.