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Data & Analytics in Healthcare Online

2-3 February 2021
Unleashing the power of data to improve patient outcomes

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Day 1
2 February 2021
09:45

Registration, & Networking in the Virtual Exhibition Area

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Registration, & Networking in the Virtual Exhibition Area

February 23 | 09:45 - 09:55

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09:55

Corinium Global Intelligence Welcome Address & Chairman’s Opening Remarks

 

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Corinium Global Intelligence Welcome Address & Chairman’s Opening Remarks

February 23 | 09:55 - 10:00

 

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10:00

Keynote Panel Discussion: Data–driven Decision Making during a Crisis - How COVID-19 shaped healthcare data and how healthcare data shaped COVID-19

Data is the fuel for decision making – day-to-day decisions and strategic decisions. During the COVID-19 pandemic, data was the lifeblood of every country’s response. This panel discussion will explore what that decision making looked like in Australia and New Zealand, and what were the lessons learned.

  • What did COVID-19 teach us about healthcare data?
  • How COVID-19 has impacted prioritisation of Data within Healthcare organisations
  • The role of modelling and analytics in the COVID response directly
  • The role of modelling and analytics in the recovery-related activities, for example catching up on surgical waiting lists.
  • Working through the backlog of procedures delayed by COVID
  • What does interdisciplinary knowledge really look like?
  • Data sharing – and why the value of those models can only increase with sharing
  • Examining the usefulness of information in a context like this
  • How to consider all the evidence in decision making
  • How do we measure the effectiveness of different data decisions?
  • How do you explain it and communicate it to the public?

 

 

Speaking:

Keith McNeil

Chief Clinical Information Officer, Queensland Health

Ali Khan

Data and Analytics Director Health Information and Technology, Auckland District Health Board

Dr Sue McAvoy

Senior Research Fellow UQBS, Lecturer UQBS, Board Chair, St Joseph's Nudgee College

Paul Field

Senior Sales Engineer, Snowflake

Keynote Panel Discussion: Data–driven Decision Making during a Crisis - How COVID-19 shaped healthcare data and how healthcare data shaped COVID-19

February 23 | 10:00 - 10:35

Data is the fuel for decision making – day-to-day decisions and strategic decisions. During the COVID-19 pandemic, data was the lifeblood of every country’s response. This panel discussion will explore what that decision making looked like in Australia and New Zealand, and what were the lessons learned.

  • What did COVID-19 teach us about healthcare data?
  • How COVID-19 has impacted prioritisation of Data within Healthcare organisations
  • The role of modelling and analytics in the COVID response directly
  • The role of modelling and analytics in the recovery-related activities, for example catching up on surgical waiting lists.
  • Working through the backlog of procedures delayed by COVID
  • What does interdisciplinary knowledge really look like?
  • Data sharing – and why the value of those models can only increase with sharing
  • Examining the usefulness of information in a context like this
  • How to consider all the evidence in decision making
  • How do we measure the effectiveness of different data decisions?
  • How do you explain it and communicate it to the public?

 

 

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10:35

Thought Leadership session: Using analytics to improve quality and safety of health services

  • How do we best measure improvement in quality and safety?
  • Hospital acquired complications - impact on care, safety and quality
  • The power of patient reported experience and outcomes data 
  • The potential and pitfalls of big data linkage to improve quality and safety 

Speaking:

Charlie Farah

Director, Industry Solutions, Qlik

Thought Leadership session: Using analytics to improve quality and safety of health services

January 23 | 10:35 - 11:00

  • How do we best measure improvement in quality and safety?
  • Hospital acquired complications - impact on care, safety and quality
  • The power of patient reported experience and outcomes data 
  • The potential and pitfalls of big data linkage to improve quality and safety 
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11:00

Keynote address: How Queensland Health handled COVID while delivering a more an affordable healthcare environment

Queensland is in a very unique position in the world to bring together the power of data across a population of nearly five million people. There is no one else in the world that’s done that. Professor Keith McNeil’s role is to bring the whole piece together – bringing the technology, the implementation and the usability pieces all together. As a result, QLD health can now generate the data, information and knowledge that can be used to better inform the system.

In this keynote address, Professor Keith McNeil will discuss:

  • The role of modelling and analytics in the COVID response directly
  • The role of modelling and analytics in the recovery-related activities
  • The need to transform healthcare through digital for a sustainable future
  • Using the power of information to adapt from treating people with single episodic-based care to a continuum of care (that is not just based on acute hospitals)
  • How investment in safety and quality results in better care for patients
  • How population data was linked greater healthcare data
  • Analysis of genomics and social care data
  • Long term outcomes of the project - where do we go from here?

Speaking:

Keith McNeil

Chief Clinical Information Officer, Queensland Health

Keynote address: How Queensland Health handled COVID while delivering a more an affordable healthcare environment

January 23 | 11:00 - 11:25

Queensland is in a very unique position in the world to bring together the power of data across a population of nearly five million people. There is no one else in the world that’s done that. Professor Keith McNeil’s role is to bring the whole piece together – bringing the technology, the implementation and the usability pieces all together. As a result, QLD health can now generate the data, information and knowledge that can be used to better inform the system.

In this keynote address, Professor Keith McNeil will discuss:

  • The role of modelling and analytics in the COVID response directly
  • The role of modelling and analytics in the recovery-related activities
  • The need to transform healthcare through digital for a sustainable future
  • Using the power of information to adapt from treating people with single episodic-based care to a continuum of care (that is not just based on acute hospitals)
  • How investment in safety and quality results in better care for patients
  • How population data was linked greater healthcare data
  • Analysis of genomics and social care data
  • Long term outcomes of the project - where do we go from here?
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11:25

Dataiku in partnership with Servian: The Key Learnings for Valorizing your AI and Analytics Journey in Health

  • Where does AI and Analytics Stand in Health
  • Organisation’s Data and AI policies and Strategies
  • Preparation for AI and Analytics adoption expansion
  • Managing Master Data: Overcoming Legacy Systems
  • Achieving Data Interoperability
  • Operationalizing AI

Speaking:

Mohamed Samir Barakat

Data Science and AI Specialist, Servian

Dataiku in partnership with Servian: The Key Learnings for Valorizing your AI and Analytics Journey in Health

March 20 | 11:25 - 11:50

  • Where does AI and Analytics Stand in Health
  • Organisation’s Data and AI policies and Strategies
  • Preparation for AI and Analytics adoption expansion
  • Managing Master Data: Overcoming Legacy Systems
  • Achieving Data Interoperability
  • Operationalizing AI
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11:50

Update from the Digital Health CRC - Developments in Telehealth, Remote monitoring Virtual Care

Since mid-2018, the Digital Health CRC has been partnering with universities, industry and government to deliver transformational outcomes through expertise in health data research and knowledge application. This session will be an update on their work to achieve the following:

  • Update on telehealth programme and how COVID has increased the appetite in the community
  • Handling the volume of data to be captured and ingested effectively
  • How it can be rolled out in rural and remote settings
  • The challenges of large and complex health systems
  • Increasing interoperability and data sharing with partners
  • Potential of virtual care in the aged care setting
  • Drivers for Digital Health: big data to smart data
  • Improving access to integrated healthcare information 

Speaking:

Professor James Boyd

Flagship Research and Education Director, digital health CRC, and Chair of Digital Health, Public Health,, LaTrobe University

Update from the Digital Health CRC - Developments in Telehealth, Remote monitoring Virtual Care

January 23 | 11:50 - 12:15

Since mid-2018, the Digital Health CRC has been partnering with universities, industry and government to deliver transformational outcomes through expertise in health data research and knowledge application. This session will be an update on their work to achieve the following:

  • Update on telehealth programme and how COVID has increased the appetite in the community
  • Handling the volume of data to be captured and ingested effectively
  • How it can be rolled out in rural and remote settings
  • The challenges of large and complex health systems
  • Increasing interoperability and data sharing with partners
  • Potential of virtual care in the aged care setting
  • Drivers for Digital Health: big data to smart data
  • Improving access to integrated healthcare information 
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12:15

Thought Leadership Session: Keys to Governing Your Health Data Landscape

The rapid growth of data sharing, analytics and application deployment responses to Covid-19 has created an equally urgent priority: an updated approach to health data governance that can demonstrate better control, accuracy and protection of our patients’ data. 

  • How unified metadata supports governance across heterogenous, interoperable data environments. 
  • AI/ML developments to allow governance at scale 
  • Maintaining stakeholders’ trust and enabling data-centric risk management

Speaking:

Jon Teo

Healthcare & Data Governance Specialist - APJ Region, Informatica

Thought Leadership Session: Keys to Governing Your Health Data Landscape

January 23 | 12:15 - 12:40

The rapid growth of data sharing, analytics and application deployment responses to Covid-19 has created an equally urgent priority: an updated approach to health data governance that can demonstrate better control, accuracy and protection of our patients’ data. 

  • How unified metadata supports governance across heterogenous, interoperable data environments. 
  • AI/ML developments to allow governance at scale 
  • Maintaining stakeholders’ trust and enabling data-centric risk management
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12:40

NSW Health Pathology Atlas of Variation - driving positive change in ordering practices at a local level to improve patient outcomes and throughput and reduce unwarranted waste

NSW Health Pathology’s laboratories serves NSW’s population of approximately 7.5 million people with 10.4 million encounters in the NSW Health System, receiving 10.5 million pathology requests, performing 46 million test panels and reporting 285 million results. Craig will report on:

  • How COVID impacted our business as usual – shift in testing volumes and improving COVID result turnaround times
  • Has COVID left a backlog of patients?  – changes in ED and ICU presentations throughout the COVID period
  • How we have progressed our ED and ICU analytics projects in the last year
  • Aligning with data driven programs in partnerships with providers
  • Moving into using data from our analytical models to drive decision support tools

Speaking:

Craig Scowen

Data Scientist, NSW Health Pathology

NSW Health Pathology Atlas of Variation - driving positive change in ordering practices at a local level to improve patient outcomes and throughput and reduce unwarranted waste

January 23 | 12:40 - 13:05

NSW Health Pathology’s laboratories serves NSW’s population of approximately 7.5 million people with 10.4 million encounters in the NSW Health System, receiving 10.5 million pathology requests, performing 46 million test panels and reporting 285 million results. Craig will report on:

  • How COVID impacted our business as usual – shift in testing volumes and improving COVID result turnaround times
  • Has COVID left a backlog of patients?  – changes in ED and ICU presentations throughout the COVID period
  • How we have progressed our ED and ICU analytics projects in the last year
  • Aligning with data driven programs in partnerships with providers
  • Moving into using data from our analytical models to drive decision support tools
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1:05

Case study: Building Data and Analytics Self-service into your organisation

  • Ensuring your governance and data literacy fundamentals are in place
  • Maximising what data is available to your business units and how they can interpret it
  • How to achieve real success increasing data literacy across the organisation
  • How do you know you trust the data you have been given?
  • Integrated data & analytics, and low cost data integration

 

Speaking:

Ali Khan

Data and Analytics Director Health Information and Technology, Auckland District Health Board

Case study: Building Data and Analytics Self-service into your organisation

January 23 | 13:05 - 13:30

  • Ensuring your governance and data literacy fundamentals are in place
  • Maximising what data is available to your business units and how they can interpret it
  • How to achieve real success increasing data literacy across the organisation
  • How do you know you trust the data you have been given?
  • Integrated data & analytics, and low cost data integration

 

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1:30

End of Conference Day 1

End of Conference Day 1

January 23 | 13:30

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Day 2
3 February 2021
10:00

Panel Discussion: Improving data quality – ending the cycle of garbage in, garbage out

  • Quantifying the cost of poor data quality
  • Techniques for getting the data entered properly?
  • Ensuring the data you have represents what you want it to
  • How you can encourage clinicians to enter high quality data

Speaking:

Andrew Andrews

Vice President, Data Management Association Australia

Dr David Rankin

Clinical Informatics Director, Cabrini

Paul Haywood

Business Services Manager, Hartmann Group

Rachel Fojtik

Director Analytics and Performance, Mater Health

Panel Discussion: Improving data quality – ending the cycle of garbage in, garbage out

January 23 | 10:00 - 10:35

  • Quantifying the cost of poor data quality
  • Techniques for getting the data entered properly?
  • Ensuring the data you have represents what you want it to
  • How you can encourage clinicians to enter high quality data
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10:35

Thought Leadership Session: Bridging Gaps with Data Insights for Business Users

We will explore how the erwin Data Intelligence Suite can create incredible insights for Business and Technical users with a beautiful interface and rich contextual detail. 

Speaking:

Sam Benedict

Vice President of Solution Strategy, erwin Inc

Thought Leadership Session: Bridging Gaps with Data Insights for Business Users

January 23 | 10:35 - 11:00

We will explore how the erwin Data Intelligence Suite can create incredible insights for Business and Technical users with a beautiful interface and rich contextual detail. 

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11:00

Case study: How do you meaningfully provide data to specialists?

  • Clinical reporting: Interviews with specialists on their expectations, concerns and use of clinical data, plus their priorities for digital developments
  • The evolution of dashboards, reports and visualisations that work
  • Data as a screening tool versus a diagnostic indicator
  • Determination of clinical indicators
  • Engagement and encouraging reflection
  • How to determine success

Speaking:

Dr David Rankin

Clinical Informatics Director, Cabrini

Case study: How do you meaningfully provide data to specialists?

January 23 | 11:00 - 11:25

  • Clinical reporting: Interviews with specialists on their expectations, concerns and use of clinical data, plus their priorities for digital developments
  • The evolution of dashboards, reports and visualisations that work
  • Data as a screening tool versus a diagnostic indicator
  • Determination of clinical indicators
  • Engagement and encouraging reflection
  • How to determine success
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11:25

Case Study: Reshaping Healthcare through Data Science and Analytics - Austin Health

  • Realisation of Austin Health’s data & insights strategy with Data Science and Analytics
  • Enabling organisation-wide data science programs that provide clinical and timely insights for patient outcomes
  • Future-proofing the healthcare system to deliver clinical care, operational efficiencies, and cost benefits
  • Supporting the COVID-19 response across screening, outpatient management and contact tracing

Speaking:

Jeff Feldman

CTO, Arden Street Labs

Alan Pritchard

Director, EMR and ICT Services, Austin Health

Bede Hackney

Country Manager, Databricks Australia & NZ

Case Study: Reshaping Healthcare through Data Science and Analytics - Austin Health

January 23 | 11:25 - 11:50

  • Realisation of Austin Health’s data & insights strategy with Data Science and Analytics
  • Enabling organisation-wide data science programs that provide clinical and timely insights for patient outcomes
  • Future-proofing the healthcare system to deliver clinical care, operational efficiencies, and cost benefits
  • Supporting the COVID-19 response across screening, outpatient management and contact tracing
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11:50

Case study: An update on AI supported IoT system for monitoring rehabilitation at home post knee and hip replacement operation

 

 

Speaking:

Dr Jacek Kowalski

GM Analytics/Chief Data Scientist, Customer, Digital & Technology, Australian Unity

Case study: An update on AI supported IoT system for monitoring rehabilitation at home post knee and hip replacement operation

January 23 | 11:50 - 12:15

 

 

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12:15

Thought Leadership session: Using data analytics to create actionable insights and improve patient outcomes

  • Creating the analytics doctors need to do their research
  • Improving Data Literacy – our practice
  • Supporting clinicians to make better decision about a patient’s car
  • Using your networks and identifying ways of supporting clinicians

Thought Leadership session: Using data analytics to create actionable insights and improve patient outcomes

January 23 | 12:15 - 12:40

  • Creating the analytics doctors need to do their research
  • Improving Data Literacy – our practice
  • Supporting clinicians to make better decision about a patient’s car
  • Using your networks and identifying ways of supporting clinicians
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12:40

How to support delivering innovation in healthcare – what are the challenges and how might we address them?

Speaking:

Wendy Chapman

Director of the Centre for Digital Transformation of Health, University of Melbourne

How to support delivering innovation in healthcare – what are the challenges and how might we address them?

January 23 | 12:40 - 13:05

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1:05

Case study: Telehealth, data, and a virtual care and information management strategy

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Wendy Loomes

Director, Information Communication and Technology, South Western Sydney Local Health District

Case study: Telehealth, data, and a virtual care and information management strategy

January 23 | 13:05 - 13:30

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1:30

End of conference

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January 23 | 13:30

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