Thursday, 20 February 2014 (All day) - Sunday, 23 February 2014 (All day)
The 7th Australasian Workshop on Health Informatics and Knowledge Management will be held at the Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, 20 - 23 January 2014.Thursday, 20 February 2014 (All day) - Sunday, 23 February 2014 (All day)Auckland University of Technology, Auckland,
HIKM is an established forum held annually as part of Australasian Computer Science Week.
2014 HIKM Workshop Co-chairs are Jim Warren, University of Auckland and Kathleen Gray, University of Melbourne.
Submission of papers presenting original unpublished work is now open.
Papers should address current research topics in health informatics and knowledge management, for instance:
- biomedical devices, physiological signal and imaging data processing and analysis/ interpretation
- clinical decision support systems and diagnosis / treatment guidelines
- conceptual models and architectures for health information systems
- data and knowledge aspects of bioinformatics and physiological signals
- electronic health records and personal health records
- evaluation and standardisation in health data and clinical applications
- health consumer information systems and web portals / tools
- health data coding, terminologies, ontologies, messaging protocols and systems interoperability
- health databases and repositories, and data integration/linking
- health information retrieval, analysis and visualization
- health knowledge discovery, representation and application
- health workflow management and business process engineering
- improving the use and quality of health data collections and registries
- modelling spatial, temporal and biological data for health purposes
- patient journey analysis and modelling, and care plan management
- privacy, protection and security issues for health data and systems
- public and population health data analysis, prediction and surveillance
- systems for integrated or coordinated care and sharing of patient data
Papers should be no more than 10 pages in length, and conform to the formatting instructions for the Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology series.
Email papers in Word or RTF format to jim"AT"cs.auckland.ac.nz no later than Monday 12 August 2013.
Name files using HIKM, hyphen, first a uthor's surname and initial, e.g. "HIKM-warrenj.rtf"
Each paper will undergo double-blind review by at least two reviewers. Papers will be judged on originality, significance, technical quality, relevance to the workshop, and presentation. Accepted papers will be included in the proceedings of ACSW 2013, to be published by the Australian Computer Society in the Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology series.
Submission of a paper will be regarded as an undertaking that it will not be simultaneously under consideration elsewhere, and that should the paper be accepted, at least one author will attend the conference to present the work.
Paper Submission: Monday 12 August 2013
Author Notification / registration opens: Monday 7 October 2013
Final Version: Monday 28 October 2013
Author Registration ends: Monday 4 November 2013
Early-bird registration ends: Monday 2 December 2013
ACSW 2013 conference: 20 - 23 January 2014Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.
Monday, 17 March 2014 (All day)
Monday, 17 March 2014 (All day)HISA 2014 - Melbourne, 11 August 2014
Call for Submissions
Nursing Informatics Australia (NIA) is pleased to invite you to respond to our Call for Submissions for NIA Conference 2014, part of HIC 2014.
This is your chance to be part of NIA 2014. These peer reviewed presentations at NIA are very successful and always prove to be highly influential and cover a broad range of topics.
Why should you submit a paper?
- Social media
- Health literacy
- Workforce retention
- Workforce education
- Patient safety
Submissions close on Monday 17 March 2014.
- Submissions to be maximum 600 words
- Please do not include authors details (the papers will be double blind reviewed)
- Structure paper covering:
- Conclusion - outcomes and lessons learnt
- Keywords: 3-6 words
NIA is known for the quality and relevancy of conference programming and we encourage you to make sure your work (ideas, research, case study, innovation) is part of this event and contributes to our national nursing dialogue.
Nursing Informatics Australia & HIC 2014 proudly brought to you by: Health Informatics Society of Australia.HISAhttp://www.hisa.org.au/page/hic2014nia
Monday, 17 March 2014 (All day)Melbourne, Vic.
Call for Submissions
The Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) is pleased to invite you to respond to our Call for Submissions for HIC 2014, Australia's Health Informatics Conference.
This is your chance to be part of the industry/clinical and scientific presentations at HIC 2014. These peer reviewed presentations at HIC are very successful and always prove to be highly influential and cover a broad range of topics.
Authors are encouraged to submit under the following HIC 2014 themes and health informatics speciality areas:
• Building capacity/health workforce
• Better healthcare system for economic and social good
• Enabling and supporting research in health informatics
• Strategic opportunities for investment and innovation in e-health
• Aged Care Informatics
• Indigenous Informatics
• Participatory Health
• E-health informatics
Submissions close on Monday 17 March 2014.
Authors are encouraged to submit under the following two categories:
full papers, 4-6 pages, 2000-3000 words
Industry/Clinical case study abstracts
650 word abstractHealth Informatics Spciety of Australiahttp://www.hisa.org.au/page/hic2014
Wednesday, 19 March 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 20 March 2014 (All day)
Wednesday, 19 March 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 20 March 2014 (All day)Sydney Harbour Marriott
A Comprehensive Program Covering:
- Keynote Address: The Importance of Robust Costing to Public Hospital Funding under the National Health Reforms
- Use of Queensland Patient Costing Data to Inform the IHPA Pricing Model
- Is The Current Costing Process Appropriate To National Developments?
- Costing Across the Continuum - Ambulatory Services
- Empower Managers & Clinical Staff to Make Better, More Informed Decisions
- Australian National Sub & Non-Acute Patients Costing
- Clinical Costing Data: Food for Your Inner Nerd or An Essential Tool for Improving Your Understanding of Your Hospital Activity
- Integrating Cost Data into Performance Management
- Patient Costing, ABF & Clinical Engagement
- And more...
Click HERE to visit the web site.Sean BakerSean.Barker@iir.com.auhttp://www.healthcareconferences.com.au/healthcare-conferences/healthcare/hospital-patient-costing-conference?utm_source=E-Early_Bird&utm_medium=Email_Mkg&utm_campaign=P14A14
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 27 March 2014 (All day)
2014 Australian Healthcare Week Enhancing healthcare delivery through design, development and technologyTuesday, 25 March 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 27 March 2014 (All day)Australian Technology Park Conference Centre, Sydney, NSW.
Now in its fourth year, the 2014 Australian Healthcare Week, will continue to support communication between all stakeholders involved in funding, procurement, planning, design, commissioning, and management of healthcare facilities to ensure models of care are achieved now and in the future.
The program has been split into four separately bookable modules that reflect the greatest opportunities for efficiency gains:
- Improving operational efficiency
- Chronic Disease Management and Preventative Health
- Patient Centric Care: Improving Patient Experience and Outcomes
- Big Data and Analytics in Health Care
The program features 20+ industry leaders discussing Australia's buggest health technology projects, including:
- Robert Glanagan, CIO, Macquarie Hospital
- Micahel Draheim, CIO, Metro Health South
- David Johnston, Executive Director eHealth Systems & CIO, SA Health
- David Ryan, CIO Grampians Rural Health Service
Visit the web site at www.austhealthweek.com.auTel: +61 2 9229 1000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, 3 April 2014 (All day) - Friday, 4 April 2014 (All day)
Call for submissions - 2014 HISA Big Data and Health Analytics: Big Insights: Harnessing the power of Health DataThursday, 3 April 2014 (All day) - Friday, 4 April 2014 (All day)Melbourne, Vic.
If you are an expert, leader or passionate about wanting to deliver tangible benefits for healthcare organisations, researchers, clinicians and of course, healthcare consumers submit your paper now and have your voice heard.
We are looking forward to your abstract submission under the following Big Data 2014 topics and health informatics speciality areas:
✔ Data and knowledge management
✔ Data integration and linking
✔ Data analytics and knowledge discovery
✔ Data visualisation
✔ Participatory health / Health 2.0
✔ Genomics / Personalised medicine
✔ Health outcomes
✔ Clinical information systems
✔ Rapid insights
Submit before the Christmas break. Submissions close 15 January 2014.
Vistit the call for abstracts site, HERE.HISAhttp://www.hisa.org.au/page/bigdata2014
Monday, 19 May 2014 (All day) - Tuesday, 20 May 2014 (All day)
Monday, 19 May 2014 (All day) - Tuesday, 20 May 2014 (All day)Australian Technology Park, Sydney, Australia
Today, more than ever, Healthcare IT plays an integral role in determining the quality and safety of healthcare. Clinical outcomes hinge on the availability of technology, its implementation and the ability to deliver it into the hands of providers, policymakers, and consumers.
HIMSS Australia Conference 2014 will provide the platform for HIT industry leaders to exchange best practices and discuss the latest developments, challenges and to network, learn and explore solutions that leverage on the use of technology to improve patient safety, quality and efficiency to attain better clinical outcomes.
The conference will feature a series of cases studies and discussion panels across healthcare IT, namely:
Steven YeoTel: +65 9848 5259 email: email@example.com://www.himssasiapac.org/dhw13
- National Standards
- Digital Hospitals: The next frontier
- Technology and Infrastructure for Healthcare
- Moving Healthcare with Big Data
- The Value of Healthcare IT
- Clinical & Business Intelligence Maturity
- Going Beyond HIMSS Analytics® EMR Adoption