Webinar 2021
22 August 2022
24 August 2022
26 August 2022
Past Webinars

The Parkville Precinct Digital Health JourneyFriday 05 Aug 2022 | 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Speakers: Laura Pumo, Sofie Karamzalis & Matt Thatcher

Almost 24 months after the go-live of the shared Electronic Medical Record (EMR), the Parkville Precinct Health Services continue to prioritise Digital Health and Transformation.

This year, the precinct engaged the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) to validate their digital maturity after the implementation of their shared Parkville EMR.

The Parkville Precinct health services completed both their Inpatient and Outpatient Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM) assessments – an 8-stage model aimed to measure clinical outcomes, patient engagement and clinician use of EMR technology.

All four hospital received a stage 6 validation for both their inpatient and outpatient EMRAM, with RCH also receiving a stage 7 for its outpatient EMRAM.

Please join Laura, Sofie and Matt to discuss the journey to level 6 & 7 for the Parkville Precinct, focusing on the role of Health Information Managers in largescale EMR digital transformation initiatives. If you are working on, planning, or considering a transformation of your hospital’s healthcare records, you won’t want to miss this opportunity!

WHEN: Friday, 5 August 2022, 12.00 – 1.00pm AEST

Speaker Bios

Laura Pumo is the Support Services Application Manager at the Parkville EMR team. She is a HIM by background who has been working in the digital health space for most of her career.

Sofie Karamzalis is the Director Informatics – Leading the local EMR team and Business Intelligence & Analytics Team. Sofie is a Health Information Manager by trade and has worked in Health for 25+ years.  For approximately 15 years she has worked in Digital Health. She has been involved in 2 major EMR implementations, one being at Austin Health and the other being in her role as Director EMR at The Women’s as part of the joint Connecting Care Parkville EMR Program whereby the Epic EMR was implemented during the height of the pandemic in August 2020. Sofie is a key advocate for supporting HIM student placements and offers her time to provide mentorship support to these students who have gone on to secure professional roles. She is passionate about making a difference to staff & patients and the community through technology as an enabler as well as Data Analytics to support improved health outcomes and research initiatives.

Matthew Thatcher is Parkville EMR Director, leading the Parkville EMR team providing day to day support and maintenance of the Parkville EMR service. He is a Health Information Manager and has worked in Digital Health, Informatics and Health IT for 17 years. Matthew has extensive experience in large scale implementation projects having been a leader in the RCH EMR implementation and more recently the Connecting Care Program where the Epic EMR was extended to all health services across the Parkville Precinct.

Laura Pumo, Sofie Karamzalis & Matthew Thatcher

5 CPD Points
Registrations close Friday 5 August 2022, 9:00 AM AEST
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

 

Enquiries:

events@himaa.org.au

The Future of Records & Information Management in a Post-Pandemic WorldFriday 22 Jul 2022 | 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Speaker: Matt Griffiths, Glen McKay

McKinsey Global Institute’s “The future of work after COVID-19” identifies 3 increasing trends as a direct result of the pandemic. From increasing and sustained remote work for 3+ days per week, to digitisation and automation.

The last 2 years have impacted society and business in profound ways, creating new challenges and opportunities for those responsible for Records and Information Management (RIM).

1.  What a post pandemic world looks like in the context of RIM

2.  How businesses are responding to changing work environments

3.  How technology and AI are transforming records management

4.  Finding better ways to manage information for compliance, productivity, discovery and accuracy

Speaker Bio’s

Matt Griffiths, Director Portfolio & Solutions

Matt is a passionate product leader with over 20 years’ experience in designing, developing and launching new products to market. He takes delight in uncovering and delivering products and solutions through the intersection of technology and customer experience. Matt’s diverse background and industry experience allows him to uniquely understand customer problems and deliver solutions that add value.

Glen McKay, State General Manager

Glen is a highly motivated & driven Innovator & leader; bringing to life proven best practices that improve organisations, grow categories, increase customer relevance and produce a sustainable competitive advantage.

Glen McKay, Matt Griffiths

5 CPD Points
Registrations close Friday 22 July 2022, 9:00 AM AEST
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

 

Enquiries:

events@himaa.org.au

HIM Leadership in Activity Based Funding – The past, the present and futureWednesday 4 May 2022, 12 pm – 1 pm AEST
Speaker: Dr Sheree Lloyd

Overview

HIMS have been leaders in the adoption of activity-based funding and their contributions include appropriate classification systems, coding quality and timeliness, design of new classifications, research on case-mix classifications, data collection, clinical costing systems, data management and standards. Operationally, coding and other health record data drives diagnosis-related groups and we have forged significant advances here.

Dr Sheree Lloyd will describe her involvement, share stories from history and reflect on how we might best be able to contribute to leadership in this domain now and into the future.

About the speaker

Dr Sheree Lloyd is a graduate of the Queensland University of Technology, Griffith University and Cumberland College of Health Sciences and a health information manager, teacher and project manager with over 20 years of experience in academic and health service management roles. She has graduate membership of the Health Information Management Association of Australia, is a Certified Health Information Manager, Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Managers and member of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health.

Dr Sheree Lloyd is a passionate educator and researcher with research interests in innovation and high performance in rural health settings. She is the Chief Investigator for a National Study of EMR Usability. She is a proud mother of 5 adult children and loves to ski and swim.

https://experts.griffith.edu.au/18066-sheree-lloyd

Dr Sheree Lloyd

Registrations close Wednesday 4 May 2022 – 9:00 AM AEST
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

Enquiries:

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Management is easy – Leadership not so muchWednesday 13 April 2022, 12 pm – 1 pm AEST
Speaker: Cameron A. Barnes

Overview

Google “quotes on leadership” and you can be sucked down a rabbit hole of memes citing such luminaries as Anonymous, Michael Jordan, Bill Gates and JFK. Everyone loves a good quote and an even better meme but Leadership is such a complex, important and many-headed beast that to summarise it in a sentence or two let alone a one hour webinar is a little short of a fantasy.

However, in this Webinar, Cameron will summarise some of the techniques, tips and tricks he has used during his 32-year career to build and optimise the Teams he has led and give the viewer a grab bag of practical examples to use in their workplace and maybe even have some fun along the road.

About the speaker

Cameron Barnes is the National Manager of Health Information Services for St Vincent’s Health Australia. His career so far has spanned 32 years in a variety of leadership and management roles in both the Public and Private sector as well as consultancy roles nationally and internationally. Cameron has a Bachelor of Applied Science in MRA, a Master of Health Administration and has completed Leadership courses at ACU, La Trobe University and Melbourne Business School.

Cameron Barnes

Registrations close Wednesday 13 April 2022 – 9:00 AM AEST
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

Enquiries:

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How To Use Table-Top Privacy Breach Fire Drills to Protect Your PracticeWednesday 9th March 2022, 12 pm – 1:15 pm ADST
Speaker: Jean L. Eaton

HIMAA is partnering with Jean Eaton of Information Managers to bring you and/or your clinic staff a custom, online workshop.

We know the most common types of privacy breaches. Do you have a written playbook with step-by-step instructions on how to respond to a privacy breach? Have you rehearsed this with your team?

In this 75-minute interactive workshop, you will participate in a Table-Top Privacy Breach Fire Drill to better prepared to respond to a privacy breach in your practice. Come prepared to take an active role in the following scenarios.

  • Physical paper patient reports found in the parking lot
  • Snooping employee spotted by clinic staff
  • Privacy complaint to the IPC

Jean will discuss real-life scenarios and privacy breach offences that demonstrate what can go wrong – and what you should do instead. There will be time for live Q&A.

Jean helps independent healthcare practices with practice administration, privacy awareness, privacy breach management, and legislated regulation compliance in Canada that are transferable to the Australian Setting

Speaker Bios

Jean L. Eaton BA Admin (Healthcare), CHIM, CC is constructively obsessive about privacy, confidentiality, and security when it comes to the handling of personal information, particularly in primary health care settings. “When we know better, we can we do better.” Jean helps healthcare practices with practical tips, tools, templates and training to help you to start, grow, or fix the business of a healthcare practice – and stay privacy compliant! Jean provides solutions that are practical and effective for today’s healthcare providers so they can implement privacy by design and best practices to protect privacy, confidentiality, and security of personal information. Jean specializes in making practical recommendations for 1000’s of independent health care providers and comply with privacy legislation while improving efficiency in their practice management. Jean promotes practical pro-active privacy in your practice and provides coaching and training to give you confidence to get the job done. Jean provides Privacy Education programs that are actually fun and . . . practical!
Registrations close Wednesday 09 March 2022 – 9:00 AM ADST
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

Enquiries:

events@himaa.org.au

The Governance of Health Information Management and the Future of Mental HealthFriday 25th February 2022, 12 pm – 1 pm ADST
Speaker: Nicole Ah Yick, Janine McDonald & San Le

Health information is pivotal at the point-of-care for clinical management and service provision for our consumers, as well as for service monitoring, planning and management.

This Health Information Governance Framework has been developed to articulate the management of health information across NorthWestern Mental Health (NWMH)*. This framework acts as a footprint for the governance of health information across the organisational structures, partnerships, service settings and differing levels of health service digitisation.

With advancements in digital health across Victoria and Australia, appropriate governance of the collection, use and access of patient and consumer health information is more pertinent than ever to meet the growing demands for service delivery and service monitoring in a complex environment.

This is especially important for NWMH as services move to implement significant changes introduced for the mental health space in the very near future.

*NWMH is a public mental health service for people living in northern and western metropolitan Melbourne. Services are delivered through six programs spanning 32 sites across the northern and western suburbs of Melbourne in partnership with Melbourne Health, Northern Health, and Western Health

Nicole Ah Yick

Registrations close Friday 25 February 2022 – 9:00 AM ADST
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

 

Enquiries:

events@himaa.org.au

Speaker Bios

Nicole Ah Yick
Manager, Planning and Informatics
NorthWestern Mental Health  The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Nicole is a change leader with over 20 years of experience across the health industry. She specialises in leading change through establishing clear strategic direction, governance, service delivery and continuous improvement. Her experience comes from both practical and academic learnings with a Bachelor in Health Information Management and a Masters in Business Information Technology.Nicole is excited about the changes and growth currently in the health industry and seeks to continue to lead change through establishing simple governance framework to support the highly complex ever changing environment.
San Le
San is a Health Information Manager at NorthWestern Mental Health, The Royal Melbourne Hospital.
San has worked in metropolitan and regional health services after completing a Master of Health Information Management at La Trobe University. She enjoys working in the mental health space, as it provides a unique opportunity for HIMs to collaborate with multidisciplinary teams and apply their full breadth of skills, from improving data integrity and quality to the implementation of Electronic Medical Records. San’s current focus is readiness for the new mental health Activity Based Funding model, as part of mental health reform across Victoria.
Janine McDonald
Senior Health Information Manager
NorthWestern Mental Health
The Royal Melbourne Hospital

Janine commenced her working life with large teaching hospitals before moving into the world of mental health service delivery. Her current role with NorthWestern Mental Health involves the translation of strategic direction into operational practice in the area of health information management and service delivery. She has a particular interest in quality improvement and governance, leadership and change management.

Passionate about working in mental health, Janine is keen to apply further learnings from the Masters of Public Health and Master of Health Administration she is currently studying to the world of health information management within mental health. Working in a dynamic and multi-disciplinary mental health environment, she excited about the transformation of mental health services currently underway.

Australia’s National Health Information SystemWednesday 9th February 2022, 12 pm – 1 pm ADST
Speaker: Vicki Bennett

Join us on 9 February 2022 when Vicki Bennett shares her insights into Australia’s National Health Information System and the work of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

Vicki will look at:

  • the importance of data analysis to inform health care planning
  • the role of data in chronic disease management
  • why we need to capture robust data across time and care setting

and the role of health information managers and clinical coder at a health service to ensure data integrity for sustainable healthcare funding and planning.

Vicki is the Head of the Metadata and Classifications Unit at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, where she has held a number of different roles over the past 14 years. She has also lectured at a range of Australian universities and is passionate about ensuring that good health information is used to improve health outcomes for all.

Vicki has a degree in Health Information Management, and a Masters in Health Informatics and has had a diverse career both domestically and internationally. She has worked extensively across the Pacific over the past 20 years and has been appointed as an Advisor to the Pacific Health Information Network Board. She is on the Board of the Health Information Management Association of Australia and is the President Elect for the International Federation of Health Information Management Associations.

Vicki Bennett

Registrations close Wednesday 9 February 2022 – 8:00 AM ADST
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

 

Enquiries:

events@himaa.org.au

CDI Programs & Projects - Supporting Engagement and Quality Documentation through Standards AlignmentWednesday 13th October 2021, 12 pm – 1 pm AEST
Speaker: Dreda Heard

Driving Clinical Documentation and Data Integrity (CDI) continues to be a key function of Health Information Managers, Clinical Coders and Clinical Documentation Specialists alike.

As health information professionals we are aware that documentation practices may vary according to:

  • the nature and use of the document
  • who is interacting with the record and unit or specialty the type of record, and
  • who has responsibility for documenting care and episode information.

Overarching documentation requirements are detailed in Actions 1.16, 1.17, 1.18 and Action 6.11 and of the National Safety & Quality Healthcare Standards (NSQHS). In this webinar, we will consider the clinical documentation practices and requirements outlined in NSQHS as well as the Good Medical Practice Guideline and Professional Practice Guidelines for Nurses and Allied Health Staff.

In addition to considering these guidelines, the webinar focuses on supporting engagement and quality documentation across the record and within units through specific standards alignment and appreciation of professional practice guidelines that underpin clinician documentation practices. This information will be discussed in the context of specific documents or forms, and illustrate how we can use awareness of standards and guidelines to support ongoing engagement with CDI programs and embed improvement in clinical practice.

Do not miss out on this webinar on 13 October 2021 that covers the core competence in data, records management, standards and governance as they relate to information management.

Dreda Heard

5 CPD Points
Registrations close Wednesday 13 October 2021 – 8:00 AM AEST
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

 

Enquiries:

events@himaa.org.au

Future of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and Health Data DesignWednesday 15 Sep 2021 | 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Speaker: Heather Grain

Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are the key digital health technology in the increasingly diversifying modes of health care delivery.  Accurate, accessible, consistent and contemporaneous health record information is central to the success of telehealth, Zoom consults in primary and tertiary health care. Furthermore, consistent modes of data collection in EHRs has the potential to inform the interoperability with new technologies such as wearables and post discharge care applications.

Health Information professionals have a strong and enduring interaction with health care records and large body of knowledge that can be brought to bear on the ongoing transformation of EHRs and evolving technologies.

Heather Grain notes that EHRs, like their paper based and digitally based forebears need structure.  She shares that the discoveries from the UK and Europe show that where that structure is built upon a consistent understanding of the data in the record the record itself gains power.

Heather brings her expert knowledge to this important area of Health Information Management and provides insights into the tool “openEHR” which is used internationally to:

  • define the content of health records
  • reduce software development time
  • information exchange errors and expenses.

This webinar will also consider the Clinical Knowledge Manager which is an open source tool used by many countries (including Australia) as the underpinning approach innovations such as MyHealthRecord.   Heather will reflect on how this approach has resulted in data that is consistent and comparable but still flexible and displayed in ways which fit the needs of each individual use case; ultimately this enables EHRs which can use data like lego to build what is needed.

Join Heather Grain and HIMAA on 15 September 2021 and learn the future of EHR and health data design, and how to access and use these standards and tools.

Heather Grain – Introduction

5 CPD Points

Cost (incl. GST):

Member – AUD $20
Non-member – AUD $40
Group registration:
3-5 discount 10%
6+ discount 15%

Enquiries:

events@himaa.org.au

Registrations close Wednesday 15 September 2021 8:00AM AEST
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Policy SkillsFriday 27 Aug 2021 | 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Speaker: Dr Kai Jensen

Policy work is part of the role of many health information managers. This free webinar will discuss good practices in developing and reviewing policies, procedures, and guidelines. How can we consult stakeholders efficiently to understand the best balance between standards, compliance, and operational practicalities? How can we draft texts so they’re concise, unambiguous, and easy to read? What’s the best mechanism to monitor the implementation of new requirements and monitor the effectiveness of policy texts? The webinar will help HIMAA understand its members’ policy skills needs, to inform the planning of a professional development workshop later this year.

The webinar will be led by Dr. Kai Jensen of PolicyTrain, a consultant, editor and trainer, and editor who specialises in policy improvement. Kai has worked extensively with higher education institutions and other organisations, such as health profession peak bodies, to make organisational policies more effective.

Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student – FREE
Non-member AUD $40

Enquiries:

events@himaa.org.au

Registrations close Friday 27 August 2021 8:00AM AEST
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Policy Skills Introduction by Dr Kai Jensen

5 CPD Points

Operational CDIFriday 23 Jul 2021 | 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Speaker: Dreda Heard

Health Information Managers and Clinical Coders have unique skill sets that are fundamental to accurate funding of health care. Documentation improvement is a core skill we apply to identify data and documentation improvement opportunities. We achieve enhanced documentation integrity through audit, education, coding queries, and clinician engagement.

Our expertise in data management, data quality, and clinical information abstraction contributes to the future of sustainable, efficient health care funding and the viability of the Activity Based Funding (ABF) model. The importance of clinical documentation to funding and safe care has resulted in the emergence of the Clinical Documentation Specialist (CDS) as a key HIS team member.

To enhance our understanding of how to leverage our expertise in documentation improvement programs the HIMAA CDI Webinar Series will run over the next 12 months. We will consider how we can adapt our existing clinician relationships, apply our knowledge of the health care system, data collections, and funding models to respond to the need for sustainable CDI programs.

The first in its CDI Series, Operational CDI will look at the HIM/Coder value proposition, the CDI points of intersection with the wider health system, and aspects of HIS oversight in CDI programs. It will explore how and where CDI is placed and can be leveraged across your workplace.

We hope to see you on 23 July 2021 and find out what else you would like to see in this Series!

Dreda Heard

5 CPD Points
Registrations close Thursday 22 July 2021
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Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student AUD $20
Non-member AUD $40
Group registration 3-5 discount 10%
Group registration 6+ discount 15%

 

Enquiries:

Claire Bell
Member Engagement Manager
events@himaa.org.au

Simple and Powerful Data VisualisationFriday 28 May 2021 | 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Speaker: Stephanie Naidoo, MBB, MBA, Expert in Operational Excellence

If a picture is worth 1,000 words, what better way to convey the message contained in your data than by translating it into images?  In this quick-delivery focused workshop, learn basic guidelines for transforming data into stories via charts, diagrams, and infographics.  Each Soft Skills Professional Development Workshop focuses on a new skill, tool or framework that you can start to apply immediately after the session.  Using real examples and providing a template or guideline that you can take away from the session, this is an hour worth investing!

Speaker: Stephanie Naidoo, MBB, MBA, Expert in Operational Excellence

  • Australia’s 1st Master Black Belt certification
  • Over 25 years program management and process improvement
  • Delivery of over $100 billion in transformation programs across Asia, United States, Europe, Africa and Australia

Blue Crane Consulting Group is about maximising value at every step in the process.

Blue Crane is an operational excellence management consulting company that exists to help Australian organisations deliver better outcomes for customers, employees and shareholders.

It is a team of multi-skilled experts in process improvement, program management, change and communications, and operational planning.  They believe in bringing the right tools to the job and delivering exceptional experience for their clients. Blue Crane brings the best expertise from across the globe and right next door to their clients in healthcare, education, government, and financial and technical services.

Cost (incl. GST):

Member/Student $20
Non-member $40

 

Enquiries:

Milla Krivozhnya
Marketing & Events Manager
events@himaa.org.au

Stephanie Naidoo

Stephanie Naidoo

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5 CPD Points
Registrations close Thursday 27 May 2021
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How to write a resume that sells ‘you’ to help you advance your Health Information Management careerThursday 13 May | 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Speaker: Emma Maslen

Nobody likes updating their resume. It’s time consuming and stressful, and it’s hard to know what’s expected – particularly if it’s been a while since you had to apply for a new role. Emma Maslen from Rescue my Resume will teach you what you need to do to bring your resume up to a modern, professional standard, to ensure you win your next job interview!

This interactive one-hour session will cover:

  • The biggest mistakes applicants make when applying for jobs that stop them making it to the ‘yes’ pile.
  • Why searching online for job application tips and downloading a free resume template isn’t the best way to secure a job – and what is.
  • A step-by-step system to simplify the preparation of your resume so that you are selected for interview.
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Cost:

Free and exclusive to HIMAA Members only

 

Enquiries:

Milla Krivozhnya
Marketing & Events Manager
events@himaa.org.au

Emma Maslen

5 CPD Points
Registrations close COB 12 May 2021
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How not to document – learnings for CDS, HIM/Coders & CliniciansFriday 30 April | 12 pm – 1 pm AEST

Chair: Dreda Heard, CDI SIG Convenor
Speakers: Glenn Krauss & Robin Sewell

Glenn and Robin bring their extensive knowledge of clinical documentation, quality care and clinician engagement to look at clinical documentation practices that reflect both complexity of care and health care funding. Using real case studies, in this webinar they consider clinical documentation practices that may be denied by insurance providers in the private setting or in public health be picked up in the internal/external audit cycles as not supporting clinical code assignment; which in both cases can result in payment denial, and missed or inaccurate funding outcomes.

CDS, HIMs and Clinical Coders in both the private and public settings can apply the findings from the case studies to understand how to support documentation improvement on the ward and within the record to optimise documentation practices for funding and care.

This information will also be invaluable when designing and delivering CDI education that supports improved documentation across the continuum of care.  This will facilitate safe, coordinated care, reduce the burden of coding queries and ensure clinical documentation practices effectively, clearly and concisely communicate the patient care provided.

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Cost:

Member $20
Non-member $40
Group Members $120
Group Non-members $240

 

Enquiries:

Milla Krivozhnya
Marketing & Events Manager
events@himaa.org.au

Glenn Krauss & Robin Sewell

5 CPD Points
Registrations close COB Thursday 29 April 2021
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Introducing the HIMAA Soft Skills Professional Development SeriesFriday 26 March | 12 pm – 1 pm AEDT

Speaker: Stephanie Naidoo, MBB, MBA, Expert in Operational Excellence
• Australia’s 1st Master Black Belt certification
• Over 25 years program management and process improvement
• Delivery of over $100 billion in transformation programs across Asia, United States, Europe, Africa and Australia

The industry in which we operate is constantly changing. Building the skills to adapt to this change is necessary for health information management professionals.

HIMAA has engaged the Blue Crane Consulting Group to introduce a series of sessions developed specifically for HIMAA members.

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Cost:

Free and exclusive to HIMAA members.

 

Enquiries:

Milla Krivozhnya
Marketing & Events Manager
events@himaa.org.au

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Blue Crane Consulting Group

5 CPD Points
Registrations close COB Thursday 25 March 2021
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rpavirtual: A new way of caringFriday 26 February | 12 pm – 1 pm AEDT

Speaker: Eleni Efthymiou
Health Information Manager
Integrated Clinical Systems | Community Health Services
RPA Virtual Hospital | Sydney Local Health District

An overview of RPA Virtual Hospital and involvement by Health Information Managers in the enablement of data capture and supporting clinical workflows. 

Speaker: Eleni Efthymiou

Eleni Efthymiou is a Health Information Manager at Sydney Local Health District working in Community Health Services and RPA Virtual Hospital. As an HIM in a Virtual Care service that was redesigned for unprecedented emergency response, Eleni was involved in staff training in eMR workflow and the eMR build, data quality and capture, and new documentation processes. Eleni also has a keen interest and a strong background in Release of Information and Privacy.

Cost:

Member: $15.00
Non- member: $33.50
Group Members: $55.00
Group Non-members: $102.00
All fees are GST inclusive.

 

Enquiries:

Milla Krivozhnya
Marketing & Events Manager
events@himaa.org.au

Eleni

Eleni Efthymiou

5 CPD Points
Registrations close COB Thursday 25 February 2021
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