Data is Everywhere but Nowhere Around Me!

13th June, 2018:  5:45 pm – 8:15 pm

It’s always said data is everywhere in health and, yet, we can’t seem to harness it in the way we need to in order to make the fundamental changes for the benefit of the population.  As a system, we collect data through hospital activity, clinical quality registries, research, special projects and national accreditation.  This should be enough but is it?

All too infrequently do we collect it in a manner that can either drive change in the system, is meaningful to clinical practice or is connected in a way that would reflect a person’s journey through the health system.

Prof. Mike Roberts has been the clinical lead for the National Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease audit program in the UK since 2000 and led the European programme in 2010 – 2011.  He is also the Associate Director Clinical Effectiveness and Evaluation for the Royal College of Physicians of London and is currently the Clinical Academic Lead for Population Health at UCLPartners.

We’re very pleased to have Kira Leeb, Executive Director, Health and System Performance Reporting at the Victorian Agency for Health Information (VAHI) as well.

Finally, rounding out our panel is Associate Professor Andrew Wilson who is also the Chief Medical Officer for the State of Victoria.

In association with our terrific new sponsor Nous Group, AHN invites you to join Mike Roberts, Kira Leeb and Andrew Wilson for our lively panel discussion, moderated by Prof. Mei Krishnasamy, University of Melbourne, on how we can leverage data to drive clinical effectiveness.

It will be another informative and engaging evening; so, be sure not to miss out!