Data and Innovation Collaboration Network Meeting

Location: Perth, Western Australia
Venue: Aloft Perth, 27 Rowe Avenue
Date: 27 June 2017 9:30am to 27 June 2017 04:00pm

The Data and Innovation Collaboration Network seeks opportunities for better use of health data in Australia, including promoting the potential for cross-sector collaboration, provides opportunities to air new and innovative ideas and solutions and exposes participants to new ideas, technologies and techniques. 

Presentations at this meeting included:

  • WA's Primary Health Workforce
    Kim Snowball, Director, Healthfix Consulting
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  • The art of the possible: next steps for data linkage in Australia 
    A/Prof Suzanne Robinson, Theme Director Health Systems Health Economics, Curtin University 
  • MedicineInsight
    Rachel Hayhurst, Program Portfolio Manager, NPS Medicinewise
  • Using linked data to tackle the big questions for health services policy and planning: When do linked datasets really add value?
    Professor David Preen, Chair in Public Health, School of Population and Global Health, University of Western Australia
  • Developing methods to determine the burden of rheumatic heart disease from administrative data: challenges and (possible) solutions
    Dr Judith Katzenellenbogen, School of  Population and Global Health, University of Western Australia
  • The datasets used to improve and evidence outcomes in Palliative Care
    David Larmour, Silver Chain Group
  • GP Workforce in WA
    Dr Janice Bel, CEO, WAGPET
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  • Self-reported Alcohol Use in Pregnancy in the Kimberly: Changes Over Time
    Dr Martyn Symons, Postdoctoral Researcher, FASD Research Australia Centre for Research Excellence, Telethon Kids Institute

AHHA thanks our host member WA Primary Health Alliance for their support in hosting this meeting.