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WEDNESDAY 11 OCTOBER

8.00am

Registration open

9.00am

Introduction and welcome Michael Draheim and Dr David Hansen @dhansen35 Co-Chairs, Health Data Analytics Conference 2017 Innovation, data science and risk in healthcare Dr Bern Shen @bernshen Principal, AEDVentures (UAE) Data and analytics use in health Dr Richard Ashby AM @eHealthQLD CEO and CIO, eHealth Queensland

9.10am 9.40am 10.10am 10.5012.20pm

Room: Wills Leichhardt

     

Morning tea and exhibition Masterclass FHIR: Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources

Chair: Dr David Hansen       

Pre-function foyer Room: Wills Leichhardt

Dr Michael Lawley @ehealthresearch Senior Principal Research Scientist and Group Leader, The Australian E-Health Research Centre, CSIRO and Dr Jim Steel @ehealthresearch Software Engineer, The Australian E-Health Research Centre, CSIRO 12.20pm

Lunch and exhibition

1.303.00pm

Industry and Clinical Use of data analytics in health

1.30pm

Predicting emergency department attendance from general practice records POLAR Project Prof Jon Patrick @ProfJonPatrick CEO, Health Language Analytics Using bayesian methods to predict discharge against medical advice Dr Gordon McDonald @Sydney_Uni Research Data Scientist, University of Sydney

1.50pm

Pre-function foyer Room: Wills Leichhardt Chair: Dr Jon Carrano

2.10pm

Person centred segmentation for a better healthcare system Ian Manovel @ManovelInnovate Innovation Principal Director, Accenture

2.30pm

Using big data technologies to uncover genetic causes of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Dr Natalie Twine @nat_twine Post-Doctoral Bioinformatician, CSIRO Q&A

2.50pm 3.00pm 3.30pm 4.00pm

Industry and Clinical Translation of health data analytics into practice 1

Room: Burke Chair: A/Prof Paul Cooper

Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance: Establishing data governance in clinical genomics Ian Pham @CSIROnews Data Governance Lead, CSIRO Increase nursing time spent with patients: the holy grail. A mixed method research evaluation in a live hospital environment of a digital bedside nursing chart Dr Kasia Bail @UniCanberra Associate Professor, University of Canberra A data remedy for unplanned readmissions Ricci Jandu @DXCTechnology Principal Advisor - Clinicals and Healthcare Analytics, DXC Technology Q&A

Afternoon tea and exhibition Genomics in the Kidney Clinic - translation, implementation and challenges Dr Andrew Mallett @kidgenaustralia Nephrologist, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Debate sponsored by Holman Webb Lawyers Governance and regulation of consumer genomics

Pre-function foyer Room: Wills Leichhardt Chair: Alison Choy Flannigan

Facilitator Alison Choy Flannigan Partner, Health, Aged Care and Life Sciences, Holman Webb Lawyers Consumer genomics are so important and valuable to individual and population health that little or no governance is required Dr Denis Bauer @allPowerde Team Leader, CSIRO; David Bunker @QLDgenomics Executive Director Queensland Genomics Health Alliance; Prof Trish Williams @ TrishWilliamsAu Professor and Chair of Digital Health Technologies, Flinders University The success of consumer genomics will depend entirely on a trusted governance framework Dr Michael Cleary @pahospital Acting Executive Director, Princess Alexandra Hospital; Emma Hossack CEO, Extensia; Dr Andrew Mallett Nephrologist, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital 5.10pm 5.106.10pm

Day one concludes Networking reception and exhibition

HEALTH DATA ANALYTICS 2017 - USING DATA TO INNOVATE AND ENABLE FROM COMMUNITY TO TERTIARY HEALTHCARE

Pre-function foyer

THURSDAY 12 OCTOBER

8.00am

Registration open

9.00am

10.30am 11.0012.30pm

Research