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Digital Hospitals Summit Transforming hospitals for improved operational efficiency and patient care through technology

HEAR FROM SENIOR THOUGHT LEADERS ACROSS AUSTRALIA’S LEADING PRIVATE AND PUBLIC HOSPITALS

Doug Smith Chief Information Officer Cleveland Clinic, USA

Dr Stephen Ayre Chief Executive Officer Princess Alexandra Hospital

Bruce Linaker Chief Solutions Delivery Officer eHealth Queensland

Andrew Saunders Chief Information Officer Department of Health and Human Services, VIC

Dr Monica Trujillo Chief Clinical Information Officer Australian Digital Health Agency

Andre Jenkins Chief Information Officer Clinical Excellence Commission

Michael Draheim Chief Information Officer Metro South Hospital and Health Service

Fionnagh Dougan Health Service Chief Executive Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

Alastair Sharman Chief Information Officer Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

Barry Mather Chief Information Officer Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service

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ATTEND AND LEARN HOW TO: • • • • •

Build your hospital’s capacity for innovation Improve your clinical efficiency through cutting-edge digital platforms Collaborate with other health providers to deliver an integrated approach to patient care Advance your HIMSS rating to optimise care outcomes Improve your operational productivity by automating clinical and administrative processes

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KEY SPEAKERS:

Doug Smith Chief Information Officer Cleveland Clinic, USA

Dr Stephen Ayre Chief Executive Officer Princess Alexandra Hospital

Bruce Linaker Chief Solutions Delivery Officer eHealth Queensland

Andrew Saunders Chief Information Officer Department of Health and Human Services, VIC

Dr Monica Trujillo Chief Clinical Information Officer Australian Digital Health Agency

Dr Troy Delbridge Former Chief Data and Information Officer Private Healthcare Australia

Michael Draheim Chief Information Officer Metro South Hospital and Health Service

Fionnagh Dougan Health Service Chief Executive Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

Alastair Sharman Chief Information Officer Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

Barry Mather Chief Information Officer Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service

Charles Palmer Former Chief Technology Officer ACT Health

Adrian Hutchinson Chief Nursing and Allied Health Information Officer Royal Children’s Hospital

Andre Jenkins Chief Information Officer Clinical Excellence Commission

Christopher Bain Chief Health Information Services Manager Mercy Hospitals

John Papatheohari Chief Information Officer Cabrini Health

Angela Ryan Deputy Chief Clinical Information Officer Australian Digital Health Agency

Dr David Williams Executive Director - Digital, National Facilities and Collections CSIRO

Cameron Ballantine Senior Director, Digital Hospital Program Metro South Hospital and Health Service

Dominic Dawson Associate Director - Business Intelligence and Efficiency Unit South East Sydney Local Health District

Steven Bowden Manager - Healthcare Improvement Analytics South East Sydney Local Health District

Philippa Blencowe Site Director, Box Hill Hospital Eastern Health

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WELCOME LETTER Dear Colleagues, Digital transition is occurring in public and private hospitals throughout Australia, driven by the Federal Government’s injection of $485 million for the redevelopment and operation of the national digital healthcare system. The move towards digital health promises improved clinical decision support capabilities, improved care coordination, a reduction in resource output and drastically enhanced patient care. On behalf of Akolade and as one of the conference Chairs, I’m delighted to welcome you to the Australian Digital Hospitals Summit. I look forward to sharing with you a host of proven digital integration strategies and successful case studies with you this coming June 2017. Kind regards,

Steven Bowden Manager - Healthcare Improvement Analytics South East Sydney Local Health District

ADVISORY PANEL:

Charles Palmer Former Chief Technology Officer ACT Health

Sabrina Walsh Chief Information Officer Western Sydney Local Health District

Dr Alasdair MacDonald Director of Medicine Northern Tasmanian Health Service

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: • • • •

Chief Information Officers Chief Medical Officer Chief Technology Officers Project Directors – Digital Transformation

One in six (3.8 million)

Australians have an electronic medical record The Federal Government has invested into digital healthcare

$485 million

Statistics provided by an InnovationAus.com article ‘Digital health is still in need of love’

• Chief Medical Information Officers • Heads of Operations • Heads of IT/ICT

In 2015 there were 1,414 digital hospitals in the United States, in Australia and

New Zealand? One.

The potential economic benefit, when quantified across the Australian population, equates to around annually.

$1.76 billion

Statistics provided by a pwc report ‘Australia can see further by standing on the shoulders of giants’

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CONFERENCE DAY ONE WEDNESDAY 21ST JUNE 2017

8:00

Registrations open

9:00

Opening remarks from the Chair Steven Bowden, Manager - Healthcare Improvement Analytics, South East Sydney Local Health District

9:10

KEYNOTE ADDRESS Creating a National Digital Health Strategy • Producing a National Digital Health Strategy that reflects the needs of patients and health care providers • Learnings from the National Digital Health Strategy consultation • Establishing the framework for a digital healthcare system Monica Trujillo, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency, former Chief Medical Information Officer, UnitingCare Health

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Delivering Australia’s first large scale digital hospital • Implementing a realistic plan towards a fully operational digital hospital • Setting the standards for digital healthcare to align innovation initiatives • Initial steps towards digitization and encouraging clinician-led innovation Dr Stephen Ayre, Chief Executive Officer, Princess Alexandra Hospital

10:30

Morning refreshments

PLEASE CHOOSE FROM STREAM A OR STREAM B TO ENHANCE YOUR CONFERENCE EXPERIENCE STREAM A: Building capacity for innovation

STREAM B: Improving clinical efficiency through digital platforms

Chair: Michael Draheim, Chief Information Officer, Metro South Hospital and Health Service

Chair: Steven Bowden, Manager - Healthcare Improvement Analytics, South East Sydney Local

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Delivering complex large scale ICT projects whilst maximising human and financial resources • Achieving effective transition through leadership

across hospital departments Providing patient information at the point of care • • Ensuring systems are intuitive and flexible

management and coordination of ICT teams • Redesigning systems based on agile principles • Establishing efficient financial and risk management processes Bruce Linaker, Chief Solutions Delivery Officer, eHealth Queensland

11:40

Philippa Blencowe, Site Director, Box Hill Hospital, Eastern Health

11:40

Successfully implementing and integrating new technology and systems • Strategising for a successful transformation across

• Reducing medication errors in hospitals • Delivering faster access to information and improved medication safety Adrian Hutchinson, Chief Nursing and Allied Health Information Officer, Royal Children’s Hospital

Panellists: Bruce Linaker, Chief Solutions Delivery Officer, eHealth Queensland Dr Stephen Ayre, Chief Executive Officer, Princess Alexandra Hospital Christopher Bain, Chief Health Information Services Manager, Mercy Hospitals

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Achieving full EMR integration and cohesive clinical information system • Identifying and overcoming challenges associated with each stage of EMR delivery

multiple sites Navigating long term complexity • • Overcoming the integration challenge with existing health systems

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Identifying best patient management systems for your hospital • Supporting business needs and workflow activities

12:20

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CONFERENCE DAY ONE WEDNESDAY 21ST JUNE 2017 STREAM A: Building capacity for innovation

STREAM B: Improving clinical efficiency through digital platforms

Chair: Michael Draheim, Chief Information Officer, Metro South Hospital and Health Service

Chair: Steven Bowden, Manager - Healthcare Improvement Analytics, South East Sydney Local

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Integrating clinician concerns and requirements in the digitisation process • Educating clinicians about what to ask for when it comes to usability and user experience • Consulting with end-user clinicians to ensure systems and processes meet needs Enhancing clinician understanding of technology • and addressing their negative experiences with technology • Setting benchmarks for end-user functionality and driving optimal clinician experience

Service Centre to provide hospital information software as a service Providing GHIs with an attractive and • high-performance medical information service • Developing cost-effective and affordable for GHIs and does not compromise HIT performance

Panellists: Adrian Hutchinson, Chief Nursing and Allied Health Information Officer, Royal Children’s Hospital Barry Mather, Chief Information Officer, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service

Christopher Bain, Chief Health Information Services Manager, Mercy Hospitals

2:00

Workforce mobility and collaboration • Healthcare on the go- accessing patient information

PANEL DISCUSSION Cloud-based hospital information systems • Establishing a Cloud-based Hospital Information

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anywhere through mobile devices Embracing the full potential of mobility whilst • ensuring security and privacy • Mobilising solutions to de-bottleneck hospitals

Angela Ryan, Deputy Chief Clinical Information Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency

Using data to engage service-led improvement • Establishing meaningful, relevant and timely

information for clinicians & managers • Capacity building programs for clinicians in data analytics and improvement

Steven Bowden, Manager - Healthcare Improvement Analytics, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District Dominic Dawson, Associate Director - Business Intelligence and Efficiency Unit, South East Sydney Local Health District

2:40

Afternoon refreshments

3:10

CASE STUDY Introducing the future of health- Commissioning the digitally integrated hospital • Building capacity through physical infrastructure and preparing clinical staff for digital transition • Ensuring systems are operational and modern equipment is safe and to standard with over 7500 tests to date • Transitioning with the input and guidance of clinical leaders to ensure a high quality of care Barry Mather, Chief Information Officer, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service

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Implementing data management systems to facilitate faster decision making and minimise clinical errors • Meeting the demands of digitally savvy patients by designing a logical database for ease of access • Storing clinical and administrative data efficiently and intelligently • Lowering storage and data management costs whilst offering evidence-based decision support Michael Draheim, Chief Information Officer, Metro South Hospital and Health Service

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Closing remarks from the Chair and end of conference day one

“I thoroughly enjoyed the depth of presentations and panel discussions that followed” Gold Coast HHS

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CONFERENCE DAY TWO THURSDAY 22ND JUNE 2017 8:00

Registration opens

9:00

1:20

Opening remarks from the Chair

access and quality • Capturing and presenting data to achieve true operational intelligence and control Managing health data created from patient health • devices and integrating data into health systems

Dominic Dawson, Associate Director - Business Intelligence and Efficiency Unit, South East Sydney Local Health District

Improving operational clinical outcomes efficiently through digital integration 9:10

INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY Becoming one of the most technologically advanced hospitals in the world • Leading technological transformation to enable the delivery of outstanding and affordable patient care Embracing the transformative and disruptive • capabilities of technology while lowering IT cost • Incorporating robotic and AI technologies to enhance patient outcomes

Dr Troy Delbridge, Former Chief Data and Information Officer, Private Healthcare Australia

Achieving integrated care through digital transformation 2:00

Improving medical outcomes and productivity through technology • Building remote capabilities to deliver rehabilitation and outpatient services Reducing hospital waiting times by implementing • forecasting tools • Developing digital strategies for forward planning and predicting resource demand

John Papatheohari, Chief Information Officer, Cabrini Health

2:40

Afternoon refreshments

3:10

PANEL DISCUSSION Minimising IT cost and complexity while improving patient care • Leveraging network infrastructure to support the

Dr David Williams, Executive Director- Digital, National Facilities and Collections, CSIRO

10:30

Morning refreshments

11:00

The changing role of IM and ICT in the delivery of healthcare • Leveraging data (now available through digitation)

concurrent functionality of HER systems • Accommodating the needs of different stakeholders without overtaxing IT capabilities Extending the life of IT infrastructure by investing in • strategic projects

Panellists: Doug Smith, Chief Information Officer, Cleveland Clinic, USA Cameron Ballantine, Senior Director, Digital Hospital Program, Metro South Hospital and Health Service John Papatheohari, Chief Information Officer, Cabrini Health

to inform clinical and service delivery improvement and change • Incorporating the consumer and clinical leadership in the design and implementation of new digital capabilities • Moving towards integrated service models Fionnagh Dougan, Health Service Chief Executive, Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service Alastair Sharman, Chief Information Officer, Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

11:40

3:50

Developing and implementing a state-wide health ICT framework • Generating and focusing investment into ICT to

Andre Jenkins, Chief Information Officer, Clinical Excellence Commission Dr Jun Bai, Data Manager, Clinical Excellence Commission

Andrew Saunders, Chief Information Officer, Department of Health and Human Services, VIC

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Transforming patient safety and quality in the digital hospital - enablers, initiatives and challenges • Enablers: high-quality relevant data sources; efficient data capture; appropriate ICT infrastructure and platforms; strategic data governance • Initiatives: collaboration; insight generation; modelling and monitoring harm and reliability; near real-time prediction; early warning; strategic partnerships Challenges: embedding analytics; embracing • innovation; actionable insights; investment and buy-in; benefits realisation; privacy and security

deliver the best healthcare outcomes for consumers • Creating a transformational mindset and growing organisational capability Managing implementation risk through monitoring • effectiveness and providing quality assurance

12:20

Exploring innovative models of integrated care • Working in partnership with Primary Health Networks and other health agencies, NFP and private sectors to progress approaches to integrated care • Addressing the coordination and provision of services for full patient care • Transforming local health systems to ensure integrated care is sustainable

Doug Smith, Chief Information Officer, Cleveland Clinic, USA

9:50

Utilising big-data to understand and improve operational performance and clinical outcomes • Analytical tools to help deliver improvement in cost,

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POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS FRIDAY 23RD JUNE 2017

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Workshop A

Developing a risk management plan and dealing with IT crisis in a hospital setting

Charles Palmer Former Chief Technology Officer ACT Health

Given the sensitive nature of patient information and the growing threat of external cyber forces, it is vital hospitals develop and implement a risk management plan to react swiftly to security breaches. Attendees to this workshop will:

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Learn how to use forward data to inform decision making Gain risk management strategies to avoid compromising information Develop proper information management practices Improve mechanisms to cope with disaster Learn how to build a crisis management and disaster recovery plan

12:00PM – 1:00PM I Networking luncheon Facilitator:

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Workshop B

Integrating digital health solutions into facility design to enhance the patient journey

Dr Monica Trujillo Chief Clinical Information Officer Australian Digital Health Agency

Injecting digital thinking into the design and construction of a new hospital promises faster access to information, better clinical decision making and improved patient safety. By integrating digital design you can enhance the patient experience throughout your facility. Reasons to attend this workshop:

• Create a practical roadmap to achieving your digital healthcare strategy • Integrating convergent and complimentary technologies with existing infrastructure • Walkthrough of the process of designing, building and operating a functional integrated digital hospital facility

• Sustaining clinician engagement throughout the transformation process • Proving medical leadership to navigate long term complexity

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