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The healthcare system is in pole position to unlock huge value from the data revolution.
The Data & Analytics in Healthcare conference explores the opportunities Australia’s healthcare system has to improve patient outcomes through data-driven insights and analytics. Through a range of cutting edge case studies and discussion groups, our inspiring speaker faculty will tackle key issues including data governance, data privacy and consent, data integration and automation, improving data literacy and embedding a data-centric culture. Attracting senior leaders from across healthcare, you will hear how the leading minds in healthcare are uncovering actionable insights from their data sets.
Ethical and Responsible use of data: Successfully manage the challenges of patient data privacy, consent, security and ethics.
Insight Based Decision Making: Have the right data in order to model patient pathways and improve long term health care outcomes.
Robust and Transparent Governance: The essential pillars for data governance to ensure secure, high quality data.
Prioritise data within your organisation: Embed a culture of data analytics and insight based decision making.
Future Data Talent and Data Literacy: Build teams that embed Data Literacy across the organisation.
Less waffle, more substance. Through our lightening talks and use-case led presentations, you will be able to take real, practical tips, tools and strategies to apply to your own projects. Discover exactly how others are implementing their projects.
Qlik’s vision is a data-literate world, one where everyone can use data to improve decision-making and solve their most challenging problems. Only Qlik offers end-to-end, real-time data integration and analytics solutions that help organizations access and transform all their data into value. Qlik helps companies lead with data to see more deeply into customer behavior, reinvent business processes, discover new revenue streams, and balance risk and reward. Qlik serves over 50,000 customers around the world.
Growing Data is a consultancy that helps organisations unlock the full potential of their data. From our origins in cancer research and genomics, we now work across the healthcare spectrum supporting both government (Victorian Agency for Health Information, DHHS) and industry (CSL, ANZ) with a range of solutions including clinical coding, clinical quality measures, data governance, financial forecasting, and AI and Machine Learning solutions. While others may see the limitations of a complex and highly regulated environment, we are excited by the promise of data to transform the quality and safety of care for all Australians, while increasing efficiency and reducing costs for healthcare providers. If you’re ready to realise the value of your data, so are we.
Taylor Fry is an actuarial and analytics consultancy, helping organisations make clear-sighted, strategic decisions based on data-driven evidence.
Our consultants are pioneering problem solvers, from engineers to computer scientists, working alongside government and corporate clients to enhance business health and create opportunities that benefit communities, people and society.
Our health analytics practice works with government agencies and other organisations to measure performance, understand people’s service needs and make sound funding choices.
The Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre (Digital Health CRC) is one of Australia’s largest CRCs, the nation’s leading collaborative research organisation in the digital health space, and one of the world’s largest digital health cooperatives. We bring together researchers, clinicians, the healthcare and technology sectors, governments, universities and others to focus research and development on digital healthcare – for the benefit of the health system and Australia’s health consumers.
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Sisense offers the only independent analytics platform for builders to simplify complex data and build and embed analytic apps that deliver insights to everyone inside and outside their organisations.
Healthcare Business Intelligence (BI) unlocks the full potential of your healthcare business, making it quicker and easier to get actionable insights out of the huge amounts of data that follows every individual from clinic to specialist to hospital and back again.
The Sisense Data & Analytics Platform helps unlock the power of data across health systems and institutions with healthcare data analytics. Create analytics apps for any type of end-user, technical or not, with the ability to embed insights directly into the end-users’ workflow.
More than 2,000 customers across the globe rely on Sisense, including health industry leaders like Philips, ResMed, GE Healthcare, Union General Hospital, St Andrew’s Hospital and the Indiana Donor Network.
Learn more about Sisense’s health solutions at: https://www.sisense.com/en-au/solutions/healthcare/
Snowflake started with a clear vision: Make modern data warehousing effective, affordable and accessible to all data users. Snowflake delivers the performance, concurrency and simplicity needed to store and analyse all of an organisation’s data in one location. Because traditional on-premises and cloud solutions struggle at this, Snowflake developed a new product with a new built-for-the-cloud architecture that combines the power of data warehousing, the flexibility of big data platforms and the elasticity of the cloud at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions. Snowflake: Your data, no limits. Find out more at snowflake.net
Computer Weekly stands out from the many technology news websites on offer through its unique history, extensive reader community and in-depth coverage of the issues, challenges and trends facing today’s IT leaders. Computer Weekly provides the latest news and analysis through its website and 200,000-subscriber weekly digital magazine, as well as award-winning and exclusive premium content; a dedicated monthly magazine for European IT leaders; independent research studies; and the CW500 Club’sexclusive networking events for senior IT managers. From being the world’s first weekly IT newspaper in 1966, to today’s multi-platform digital publication, Computer Weekly continues to reach millions of IT decision-makers in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
DAMA Australia, the local chapter of DAMA International is a non-profit professional organisation dedicated to “promoting the understanding and practice of managing information as a key business asset”. DAMA provides a forum for its members to exchange information, problems, ideas, and experiences, helping information management practitioners become more knowledgeable and skilled in their profession.
DAMA has been in operation in Australia since the mid-1980s with active DAMA chapters in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane.
Datafloq offers information, insights and opportunities to drive innovation with big data, blockchain, artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies. It is the best place to find talent, receive leads or share your knowledge with millions of users. Visit Datafloq.com today for more information.
The Hospital+Healthcare media brand comprises a quarterly magazine, weekly eNewsletter and website, www.hospitalhealth.com.au. It is an independent voice for the hospital, health and aged care professional containing regular features on major projects, healthcare disciplines, e-health, government updates, news, conferences and events. WF Media has been producing quality print and digital business-to-business media for over 38 years and publishes 11 industry and tech specific brand channels.
IQ International members are the foundation of the Association and develop many of its products and services. They live across the globe and work in all business sector industries: healthcare, financial services, energy, retail, manufacturing, environment, academia, government, insurance, consulting, and many more. Members also include students in undergraduate and graduate programs.
IQ International members hold a wide range of positions in their organizations, individual contributors to high level executives. They conduct, lead, champion and participate in information and data quality improvement projects. They work in a range of disciplines. Many are members of specialized information and data quality teams.
"This is the best Data leaders' conference in Australasia. It's organisation and networking are at global level."
Mark Modricker, Head of Data & Analytics, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
"A valuable opportunity to keep updated with the latest advancements in the industry, and a great opportunity to benchmark our own progress against that."
Christian Wengler, Manager Financial and Assurance Analytics, EQC
"Tremendously enjoyable. I got so much out of the arranged sessions and networking with people in such a wide range of organisations and roles."
Scott Brooker, Head of Business Intelligence, Yellow
"A recommended annual event that opens you up to a wide variety of organisations and specialists within the Data and Analytics space."
Rachel Cleary, Data Governance Specialist, Westpac