HIC 2017: Professional college mooted for digital health executives

Former PCEHR review chairman and start-up adviser to the Australian Digital Health Agency Richard Royle is leading a move to develop a new professional college for digital health executives, aimed at providing continuous education and career paths for the emerging profession.

Mr Royle told the Health Informatics Conference (HIC) in Brisbane yesterday that the plan was to cover both Australia and New Zealand, with the college tentatively named the Digital Health Executives Network of Australasia.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: HIC 2017


# Terry Hannan 2017-08-11 15:03
Kate, do these decision makers re the Digital Health Executives Network of Australasia consider themselves separate from ACHI or HISA or HIMMA in Australia? It seems a very strange decision. Background would be interesting reading.
# Kate McDonald 2017-08-11 15:07
I'm chasing this up for you, Terry. The announcement certainly caused a few raised eyebrows in the audience, particularly among ACHI members.
# Antony Sara 2017-08-12 17:02
Terry, Kate - are they aiming for an Australian equivalent of the US "CHIME" group?? (Coll Health Info Mgt Execs?
Tony Sara
# Kate McDonald 2017-08-12 21:39
From what I'm hearing Tony, the use of the term "college" is regretted.

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