17 - 18 March, 2021 |
International Convention Centre, Sydney
Stephanie Owen, Group Manager, IT Strategy Architecture and Analytics at St Vincent's Health Australia (NAT)

Stephanie Owen

Group Manager, IT Strategy Architecture and Analytics
St Vincent's Health Australia (NAT)

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Digital Healthcare Day One: Wednesday, 17 March 2021

Tuesday, January 1st, 2019

4:30 PM Lessons Learned in Migrating Data Silos onto an Enterprise Data Platform in a Complex Jurisdictional Healthcare Environment

St Vincent’s Health Australia (SVHA) has a complex organisational ecosystem across both public and private, aged care and medical research across three state jurisdictions. To deliver more efficient and effective care to patients and residents, SVHA is progressing on a multi-year journey to integrate their data capabilities and data silos on disparate technologies. Learn how to:

  • Identify a starting point for unifying disparate technologies and data silos, and communicate benefits to get buy in
  • Meet the challenges of choosing among technologies, achieve common data definitions and move from control to enabling
  • Build on successes and collaborate to build data culture across the organisation

Digital Healthcare Day Two: Thursday, 18 March 2021

Thursday, March 26th, 2020

10:10 AM Interstate Cyber Security Discussion: Working Together to Build a Robust National Approach to Cyber Security in Healthcare

While digitalisation is clearly the way forward, the number of cyber-attacks on the Australian healthcare industry has increased dramatically as hospitals continue to collect and store vast amounts of personal information. The need for a national cyber partnership to build resilience to cyber security threats has never been more paramount. Bringing you perspectives from across Australia, this panel will discuss:

  • Challenges of achieving a national scheme, including financial resourcing, jurisdictional barriers and achieving concrete coordination rather than abstract concepts and principles
  • Benefits around containing the investment and cost by having a unified and centralised voice
  • International benchmarks and key characteristics of successful and unsuccessful models