eHealth NSW partners with AIDH for October summit

The Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH) has joined forces with eHealth NSW to co-host the Digital Health Summit in Sydney in October.

AIDH CEO Louise Schaper said the institute had worked closely with eHealth NSW for many years.

“The institute has a large fellowship in NSW, many of them embedded across major programs and initiatives, so we are looking forward to bringing together a really educational and informative program for those working in hospitals and public healthcare,” Dr Schaper said.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital technologies, including in healthcare. For NSW, like many jurisdictions, this has resulted in new innovations and an uptake in virtual care.

“The Summit will have a strong professional development theme. Working in partnership with eHealth NSW means we can ensure the program will offer something for everyone, whatever their level of digital health knowledge.”

The Digital Health Summit by AIDH and eHealth NSW will focus on innovations and advances in digital health across NSW Health’s local health districts, specialty health networks and agencies that span the state’s metropolitan, regional and rural areas.

It will be co-chaired by NSW Health CIO Zoran Bolevich and AIDH vice chair Angela Ryan.

The summit will be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney from October 17 to 18.

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Tags: eHealth NSW, AIDH, Digital Health Summit 2022

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