2018 will hopefully become a landmark year for eHealth in Ireland as the HSE moves to progress the national electronic health record programme forward. Over time this will result in the potential for greater levels of access to health records, and the data contained within. There are huge benefits to the sharing of this information between patients’ and the carers; between primary, community and acute care providers; and between patients and researchers. However, such sharing must be done in a controlled and open fashion.
There is a risk that recent legislation will result in an overly enthusiastic restriction of data sharing and this may not be in the best interests of the patient or the service. A balance must be sought. We were taught as children that Sharing was Caring. In the eHealth world Sharing can be Caring in lots of ways, and this years HISI conference takes that as an overarching theme and will explore it across many aspects. I do hope that you can partake in the conference and engage in what we hope will be a lively, interesting and fun event.
Prof. Neil O’Hare,Chair (HISI)
What attendees at previous HISI Annual Conferences have said:
A good insight into Irish healthcare system and its challenges.
Very nice to attend a very positive HISI Conference.
Good content. A lot of high-level speakers.
A thought-provoking day and a great line-up of exhibitors.
Director of Information Technologies Organization / Consultant
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Vicent Moncho is currently the Chief Information Officer of Hospital de DÃ©nia, a member of the steering committee of Marina Salud S.A. and associate professor consultant at the UOC (Open University of Catalonia). His challenge is to change the medical culture that can adapt easier and faster to the possibilities offered by new technologies.
Mr. Vicent Moncho participated as a project manager in the implementation of electronic health record in the primary care of the region of Valencia with 1,120 primary care facilities with a population of 5,200,000 patients. He also was a project manager in the redesign and implementation of equipment for data centers of the network in the 23 public hospitals in the Valencian region.
After 9 years working in different responsibilities in the health IT sector, in 2006, he joined the Marina Salud project within the implementation of the new hospital in DÃ©nia with the aim of having a pioneer hospital in technology, in organizational models and information systems. The hospital opened in February 2009 in a real paperless environment, national organizations recognized the project with several awards and in 2011, Marina Salud achieved the HIMSS EMRAM stage 6 and one year after the stage 7, being the first in Spain and second in Europe with this award.
In 2015, Marina Salud was the first hospital outside the US granted HIMSS Davis Award and we received the Oracle Healthcare Innovation Customer Award. During these years, Marina Salud has received more than 150 international visits, where we have shared our successful IT governance model, system map and the main strategies on IT. Mr. Vicent Moncho is vice-chair of HIMSS Europe Governing Council, member of SEIS (Spanish Healthcare Informatics Association), AVISA (Valencian Healthcare Informatics Association), SEDISA (Spanish Society of Executives of Healthcare) and CHIME (College of Healthcare Information Management Executives).
Dalibor will present results from analysis of data from the public health systems of Macedonia and Serbia.
These data are centrally integrated across the entirety of the health sector in these countries and enables an analysis of the totality of care.
Of particular interest from a public health perspective are a comparative analysis of acute prescription effectiveness and relative cost, and a comparative analysis highlighting the similarities and differences between Macedonia's health system and that of Ireland.
Analyses show that unused capacity is ripe for utilization with some efficiencies across the health sector and how this might be applicable to Ireland.
Senior Systems Officer
Dublin Fire Brigade
John Lynch is a Senior Systems Officer with Dublin City Councilâ€™s IS Department. He is currently assigned to DFB as an End User Account Manager. As part of his role he manages the IT Project Portfolio of the Brigade which includes Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition V11 (BI). BI has allowed the Brigade an insight into its operations that was heretofore unavailable. BI has been used to develop an optimised demand and supply model of the ambulance service, a predictive dynamic deployment model as well as an evidence based decision support mechanism for continuous improvement. John holds an honours degree in Public Administration (Local Government and Economics) as well as a Graduate Diploma in IT from Dublin City University and a Certificate in Data Science from MIT. He is interested in Systems Thinking and is still wondering why the future hasnâ€™t happened yet
Head of Nurse Education and Practice Development
Current role is Head of Nurse Education and Practice Development in Beaumont Hospital. I am a nurse for over 30 years. After training in Ireland I travelled and worked in London, Saudi Arabia and Australia before returning home, where I took a job as a Staff nurse in Beaumont. I have a clinical background in Neurosurgical critical care and paediatrics. Iâ€™ve been working in Practice Development for fourteen years where I led on many QI initiatives and implemented many change initiatives. I have been Head of the Nurse Education for the last three years. Iâ€™ve a particular interest in developing a culture that fosters quality patient care and promotes clinical learning. ng competency based training for new ways of working.
Patrick Meehan is a Vice President, Distinguished Analyst in Gartner's CIO Research group. His specific research areas include Business Transformation, Innovation and Organizing for Digital Business. Most recently, he is leading a companywide research stream on the leadership, roles, organization and culture needed to be successful in digital business. As such, he examines the future role of the CIO and IT in digital business, how digital business "leadership networks" will evolve, and how enterprise cultures will need to transform to seize the opportunity of digital business.
Before joining Gartner, Mr. Meehan was CIO of Philips, de Pury & Luxembourg, the Luxury Goods and Fine Arts Division of French holding company Louis Vuitton - Moet Hennessy (LVMH). LVMH's business model is to buy historic brands that have "lost their luster" and are therefore undervalued. It functions as a highly dynamic acquisitions-based growth environment, followed by a two- to three-year period of intensive transformational investment. The transformation strategy relies on building strength in three dimensions: Creative talent, finance and IT. Consequently, as CEO direct report, Mr. Meehan focused on business processes and systems that permitted rapid integration of acquired assets, transformed the use of market information in the workplace and expanded customer channels.
Senior Research fellow at Imperial College London
Editor of the European Journal of Palliative Care
Dr Riley is a consultant in Palliative Medicine at the Royal Marsden and Royal Brompton NHS Trusts. She is a senior research fellow at Imperial College London; Editor of the European Journal of Palliative Care (the journal for the European Association of Palliative Care), and the Clinical Lead for Coordinate My Care, the clinical service that coordinates and allows patients to have choices and improved quality of end of life care. Dr Riley has two main research interests. The first is in the inter individual variation in patients' response to opioids. The second is the development of models of end of life care that include the seamless transition between the acute and the community sector, improve quality of life, decrease in the number of unnecessary hospital admissions and increase the number of patients being cared for, and dying in their preferred place.
medical director of the Hospitalist program, CMIO
Beaufort Memorial Hospital
Stacey Johnston is currently the medical director of the Hospitalist program and serves as CMIO at Beaufort Memorial Hospital in Beaufort, South Carolina. She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. She attended medical school at Emory University. She performed her residency at Memorial Hospital in Savannah, Georgia, where she helped implement a new EMR throughout the clinics. This experience inspired Dr. Johnston to become more involved in informatics. She currently lives in Beaufort with her three children and her husband, Tim.
Data Protection Consultant
Irish Computer Society
Lanre is a Data Protection Consultant at the Irish Computer Society and is the Society's liaison with the Data Protection Commissioner's office. Having worked previously at Hewlett Packard and Dell, Lanre joined the Irish Cancer Society in 2009 where he implemented a number of change management initiatives aimed at integrating data protection across the organisation. He will be presenting on the importance of structuring Data Protection into company's systems and how neglecting privacy can be the start of a company's demise.
Medical Device Assessor- Human Products Authorisation and Registration department
Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA)
Cathal has worked in the medical device industry for over 15 years; as a research and development engineer in a number of leading biotech companies and subsequently as a medical device assessor in the HPRA. As an engineer Cathal has worked on the design and development of various implants and delivery systems. His experience in the HPRA includes both pre-market (e.g. clinical evaluation, classification, notified body assessment, market surveillance) and post-market (vigilance) aspects of the regulation of medical devices. Cathal has been involved in developing guidance in the area of standalone software as a medical device for users and manufacturers. Cathal is involved in a number of European Commission working groups, including the Software Working Group and the Borderline Classification Working Group.
Founder of Data Protection consulting business - Frontier Privacy
Principal of law firm - Colleary & Co
Kate gained an honours degree in law from Trinity College Dublin in 1995. She has been a qualified solicitor since 1999. She has also received a Diploma in Arbitration from UCD and a Diploma in E-Commerce from the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland. She previously led the IP/Data Protection department of a large international firm. She set up specialist law firm Colleary & Co in 2015. In 2016 she co-founded Frontier Privacy, an innovative data protection consulting business. Kate runs a team that carries out Data Protection reviews and gap analysis reporting for clients, large and small. Her team is renowned for providing clear, commercially focused solutions and clearly mapping how to achieve compliance using a project management approach.
Christopher Buckingham is a Reader in Computer Science at Aston University with qualifications in Psychology (Bsc) and Computer Science (MSc and PhD). He specialises in building computational models of decision making that link mathematical analysis of large data sets with the psychological processes that humans naturally use to understand their world. Computer Decision Support Systems (CDSSs) can then be constructed that provide coherent advice by optimal integration of human and machine intelligence.
The main application area is mental health and wellbeing and Buckingham has developed a web-based decision support system, GRiST (www.egrist.org), for detecting and managing risks of suicide, self harm, harm to others, self neglect, and vulnerability. GRiST is being used by NHS Trusts and other mental-health organisations and has now generated a database of more than one million assessments across the separate risks, provided by 3,000 practitioners for over 50,000 patients.
The most recent research is funded by the European Commission EIT Health KIC for a project called ``GRaCE-AGE: Self-management of mental health and wellbeing in the community for older adults''. It builds on GRiST to combine clinical expertise with data from sensors. The focus is on self assessments and collaborative decision making where carers and patients work together in a consensual team. It requires assessments and decisions to incorporate the different emotional responses, values, and perspectives of the collaborating parties so that resulting actions are based on a holistic understanding of the individuals and their dynamic interactions.
Buckingham was a member of two separate committees advising the UK Department of Health on mental health risk and safety informatics. This gives him an insight into high-level strategic issues relating to health informatics. Wider perspectives have come from his work with organisations within Europe, America, and Australia, often at the level of implementing clinical decision support systems.
Irish Medicines Verification Organisation
Leonie Clarke is Project Manager with the Irish Medicines Verification Organisation (www.imvo.ie), a not-for-profit organisation that was established in 2017 by a range of stakeholders across the medicines supply chain in Ireland (pharmaceutical manufacturers, parallel distributors, wholesalers and community pharmacists) to set up and manage the Irish medicines verification system. A pharmacist by training, Leonie has run her own consultancy since 2006, advising clients in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector on medicines legislation, industry codes of practice and corporate governance. She has many yearsâ€™ experience in the pharmaceutical industry and has also worked in academia and for the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland, the pharmacy regulator.
Chief Executive Officer
Ronan Murphy is CEO of Smarttech247.com one of the worlds leading Security Operation Centres and one of the first companies globally to use IBM Watson for Cybersecurity to protect customers. Smarttech247 provide highly sophisticated cyber security services to some of the words leading companies. Ronan is a renowned speaker in the area of Cybersecurity and brand protection.
Director of ICT
St. Vincentâ€™s Healthcare Group
Since 2002 Dermot Cullinan has been Director of ICT in St. Vincentâ€™s Healthcare Group (SVHG) where he has successfully managed the expansion of services to itsâ€™ constituent hospitals. In his Director role, he strives to facilitate SVHG in being an innovator in health service systems through the technical interpretation of the hospitals ICT needs and objectives. Dermot has introduced a comprehensive suite of systems and services within the Group. In recent years, he has managed a drive to become a truly clinically led ICT organisation with considerable success. St. Vincentâ€™s with HSE support are currently implementing a number of clinically focused enterprise solutions.
Standards and Technology Manager
Health Information and Quality Authority
Dr Kevin O'Carroll has worked in the Health Information and Quality Authority since October 2008 and is currently the Standards and Technology Manager. Kevin joined the Authority in 2008 and has lead out of the development of interoperability Standards for eHealth. A graduate in 1993 from UCD Medical school, Kevin obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science in June 1999 from UCD's Department of Computer Science.
Health Information Manager (Quality)
Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA)
Barbara joined HIQA in Jan 2009 and currently holds the role of Health Information Manager (Quality) with responsibility for national data collections, information governance and data quality. She previously worked as a surveillance scientist in the Health Protection Surveillance Centre from 2001 and prior to that in the Food Safety Authority of Ireland.
She holds a BSc in Microbiology and a PhD in molecular virology from UCC; and a Postgraduate Diploma in Epidemiology from London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (distance learning).
Chief Information Officer
John Cronin has over 40 years experience in IT. He started his career with IBM in 1974 and spearheaded the launch of the IBM Personal Computer in Ireland in 1980 before moving into a Project Management role. John joined the An Post team in 1992 as the IBM Project Manager responsible for the implementation of the programme to automate the post office network using the peer to peer messaging platform called Riposte. In 1998 he moved to An Post full time as Managing Director of Post Consult International, an IT subsidiary of An Post. Building on the success of the Riposte automation programme he implemented a suite of applications which enabled the delivery of a range of new products and services for the post office network â€“ agency banking services, Billpay services for over 100 different major billers, foreign exchange services, to name but a few. In 2011 John was appointed Chief Information Officer of An Post with responsibility for delivering technology solutions across An Post. Over the past 6 years one of the many initiatives undertaken by An Post was the introduction of their Business Intelligence solution, led by John and his team in An Postâ€™s Group Technology Solutions. Some of the major initiatives in recent times include the introduction of An Postâ€™s successful Addresspal service, the roll-out of contactless capability to all of An Postâ€™s 1,120 retail offices and also the introduction of An Postâ€™s Fastplay services for the National Lottery. An Post won Oracleâ€™s highest customer accolade in 2016, the Oracle Customer of Excellence award, presented to John in December 2016 for An Postâ€™s Business Intelligence data warehouse solution..
Group Director of Informatics, Planning & Performance at UL Hospital Group
UL Hospitals Group, HSE
A native of Limerick city, Brian graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Computer Systems and later a M.Sc. (Hons) in Health Informatics, both from the University of Limerick. He has spent over 20 years in the IT industry with experience of working in Ireland and overseas in both the public and private sectors covering a range of industries including banking, engineering, telecommunications and now health. As Group Director of Informatics, Planning & Performance, Brian manages the UL Hospitals eHealth Division which comprises three departments: ICT, HIPE (Clinical Coding) and the Planning, Performance and BI Department (PPBI). He sits on the Executive Management team of the UL Hospitals Group and has responsibility for the monitoring and provision of all information relating to the organisation as well as the management of the Digital Health platform across the six hospitals sites throughout the Mid-West.
Chief Information Officer
Raphael Jaffrezic is the Chief Information Officer of the Galway Clinic, a private hospital in the West of Ireland. He holds a master in IT engineering and Business Management. Raphael has been involved in healthcare transformation through IT his whole career, starting from a technical role as an IT Engineer then progressing to an Executive position.
During his career Raphael led a number of innovation projects both clinical and operational, which created process and patient safety improvements throughout the organisation. The Galway Clinic was the first hospital in Ireland and the UK to reach HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) Stage 6, a prestigious award on the utilisation of Healthcare Informatics to improve patient care through Digitisation.
He is dedicated and passionate in using Information Technology as a strategic driver to better the delivery of care and support clinicians. He is also a black belt in Lean Six Sigma.
Director of Informatics / CIO
St. James's Hospital
Neil is currently Director of Informatics / CIO at St. James's Hospital with corporate responsibility for ICT, Medical Physics, Clinical Engineering, Clinical Photography and HIPE Coding. A Physicist by background, he has had a strong emphasis on IT throughout his career to date including heading the Y2K project for the hospital and activing as advisor to the Department of Health, and project management of a broad range of medical equipping and IT related projects. In 2007 took up the role as Programme Lead on the National Integrated Medical Imaging System (NIMIS) Project for the Health Services Executive, Ireland. In his current role he has an emphasis on developing and expanding the existing IT capability in St. Jamesâ€™s Hospital. In addition to the above Neil holds academic appointments in Dublin City University and Trinity College Dublin. He is Vice-Chair of the Health Informatics Society of Ireland (HISI); is Chair of the national Health ICT Leaders Forum, and is a Certified Healthcare CIO. Outside of work he is an average martial artist, a poor cyclist and an awful piano player, but remains ever hopeful in all!
Assistant Director of Nursing (Informatics)
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Helen is Assistant Director of Nursing (Informatics), a strategic role working across the organisation providing clinical leadership for all aspects of informatics, including implementation and use of the electronic patient record, Epic.
Helen is passionate about using technology to support the delivery of high quality, evidenced based nursing care and empower patients in managing their own health.
Technical Architecture Lead, Enterprise Architecture OoCIO
The Technical Architecture function within EA is focused on the following areas Cross Border Exchange of data, standardised integration, semantic and syntactic interoperability, compliance and conformance through testing, The aim of these areas within Technical Architecture is to enhance patient care, give Health Care Professionals access to relevant information and also provide value for money for Irish citizens. Eamon is the Irish Technical Representative for Cross Border care in Europe and is a member of the NSAI HISC (Health Informatics Standards Consultative Committee) SC1 and SC2.
Consultant Nephrologist and the Chief Medical Information Officer
Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust (CUH)
Dr Afzal Chaudhry is a Consultant Nephrologist and the Chief Medical Information Officer at Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust (CUH). He leads the CUH eHospital programme delivering a trust-wide HIMSS Stage 6 electronic patient record, and the Informatics component of the Population and Quantitative Science theme in the Cambridge NIHR Biomedical Research Centre. Nationally Dr Chaudhry chairs (i) the UK Renal Data Collaboration harmonising data flows from all UK renal units, and (ii) the Renal Association Clinical Data Standards Committee. He is also: (i) a member of the PRSB (Professional Records Standards Body) Advisory and Assurance Boards, (ii) a member of the steering group for the national NHS Digital Academy, (iii) a member of the UK HIMSS Advisory Board, and (iv) a Founding Fellow of the new Faculty of Clinical Informatics. Informatics related papers cover areas such as clinical data visualisations (Nephron Clin. Pract. 2011), autoimmune vasculitis (NEJM 2012), HLA matching at transplantation (Transplantation 2009, 2011, Hum. Immunol 2011, Cell Stem Cell 2012, Kidney Int. 2014) and acute kidney injury (BMC Nephrol. 2013).
Lecturer in Nursing and Health Informatics
School of Nursing and Human Sciences DCU
Employed as a lecturer in Nursing and Health Informatics in the School of Nursing and Human Sciences DCU, Dr Pamela Hussey joined the academic community later in life following twenty years as a practicing nurse in general medicine. Her research interests include the electronic health record specifically integrated care, data models and semantic interoperability. She is currently on the Council of Clinical Information Officers and HISINM.
Director of ICT, Business Development and Information Governance
St Patricks Mental Health Services
Orla is a leader in innovative healthcare transformation. Drawing on over 30 years of broad clinical management experience in Canada and Ireland across both private and public sectors, she is successfully delivering Irelandâ€™s first integrated electronic health record (EHR) programme in mental health. A Senior Healthcare Executive at St Patricks Mental Health Services, Irelandâ€™s largest independent not-for-profit service provider, Orlaâ€™s current role is Director of ICT, Business Development and Information Governance. She particularly enjoys collaboratively leading, transitioning and building cross functional teams to deliver clinical and operational services in new ways.
Director & EMEA Blockchain Lab Leader, Consulting
Lory builds teams, makes new technology real for his clients and has fun along the way. Lory is Deloitteâ€™s Europe Middle East and Africa Blockchain lab lead and has over 11 years consulting experience. More recently, he has led blockchain strategy projects, implemented blockchain technology in live production environments and delivered a number of blockchain pilots and PoCs. Lory is a keynote blockchain conference speaker, has presented at multiple global blockchain events, is the author of multiple blockchain articles and is regularly quoted in the Financial Times on the subject. Lory is a Qualified Financial Advisor, registered stockbroker and is currently (and has been for the past 10+ years) an adjunct assistant professor in Strategic Management and Information Systems Strategy with the Department of Computer Science & Statistics in Trinity College Dublin.
The mission of the Health Informatics Society of Ireland (HISI) is to build bridges between computer professionals interested in health care, and health care professionals interested in computing, while supporting and embracing the new professionals of health care informatics.
We are trying to get to the future faster!
If your role involves any of the following areas, then HISI 2017 is for you:
Mary Cleary: Deputy CEO, Irish Computer Society/HISI
Vicent Moncho Mas: CIO, Hospital Marina Salud de DÃ©nia, Spain
Chairperson Ms. Angela Reed, Senior
Professional Officer, NIPEC
Integrated eHealth Systems
CTO, Sorsix International, Macadonia
Digital transformation of Nursing Care
CNIO Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust
Data Analytics for Healthcare
Mr. Peter Corscadden
Business Development Manager, Analytic Engines, Belfast
Getting to the Gemba/Saving Lives with Data
Fire Brigade Service
Enterprise Architecture Terminology Services
(Data Dictionary - NCP - SNOMED CT)
Welcome to the EA Workshop
Information Architect, Enterprise Architecture, Office of CIO, HSE
IA & the Data Dictionary- Metadata registry framework
Dr Pamela Hussey
Lecturer & Researcher at School of Nursing , DCU
Information Architecture (IA) Lead, Enterprise Architecture OoCIO HSE.
Irish Open National Contact Point and Cross
Technical Architect, Enterprise Architecture, Office of CIO,HSE
Lost in Translation: Learning activity
Dr Pamela Hussey
Lecturer & Researcher at School of Nursing , DCU
You Are All Now Digital Architects
An Post â€“ Doing More
Changing everything we do...
Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust (CUH)
Chairperson: Ms. Mary Wynne, National
Director of Nursing and Midwifery Services
Safe Staffing Taskforce
Dublin Mid Leinster
SafeCare-Making Data Meaningful
Project Manager Letterkenny University Hospital
Measuring for Safety Performance Indicatorâ€™s, Quality Care-Metrics
Dashboards and Analytics Supporting Services
SNOMED CT in Ireland to date
SNOMED & HSE
SNOMED CT from an International perspective and how it will impact the eHealth Ireland agenda Ian Green SNOMED International.
Patient Access to EHR Information - a European
eHealth Adviseur Internationaal Nictiz
Irish Computer Society/HISI
Implementing an EPR - A CIOâ€™s perspective
Vicent Moncho Mas
Hospital Marina Salud de DÃ©nia, Spain
Data quality and reporting post deployment of
an Electronic Patient Records system
Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust (CUH)
The NHS Digital Academy - Its Inception
Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust
The University of Edinburgh
Lunch Break (HISI AGM - Davin Suite)
Chairperson: Ms. Anne Cooper, Chief Nurse,
Nursing and Midwifery eHealth International Initiatives Panel Discussion:
Ms. Angela Reed, Dr. Sile Creedon, Mr. Mark Fleming, Ms. Fran Beadle
Every Nurse & Midwife is eCapable Campaign
NMPDU/OoCIO HSE and Joint Chairperson HISI NM
Demystifying eHealth Booklet
Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown
HISI NM Strategy 2017 - 2020
Galway Clinic and Joint Chairperson HISI NM
Key Performance Indicators and Drug Administration
Nursing and Midwifery Metrics
CMIO Lessons Learned: A Magical Experience.
Dr. Stacey Johnston
Beaufort Memorial Hospital/MEDITECH
Launching the first integrated mental health
record at St. Patrickâ€™s Mental Health Services
Orla Gogarty & Anne Quirke
St. Patrickâ€™s Mental Health Services
CPMS: eHealth IT platform for collaborative cross-border healthcare for rare disease experts in Europe
Catalogue of national data collections â€“ a one-stop shop for health and social care information in Ireland
How accessible is IEC 80001 within Irish Healthcare Delivery Organisations?
Evaluation of a National Immunisation Service Quality Improvement Project
Chairperson: Ms. Kay Oâ€™Mahony, Project Officer,
Nursing Documentation, South/Southwest
PHN service challenges for an electronic environment
Mary Oâ€™ Regan
Public Health Nursing
Public Health Nursing
Training Essentials for New Ways of Working: Reflections and Recommendations
Dr Frances Finn & Emer Thompson
Waterford Institute of Technology/ Institute of Technology Tralee
Clinical Engagement for Successful Delivery
Professor Julia Riley
Royal Marsden and Royal Brompton NHS Trusts/Intersystems
Delivering better patient care throughout University of Limerick Hospital Group
University Limerick Hospital Group
Capturing Medication Errors with PharmaBot Galway goes from 0 to 100 in 27 days!
The impact of mobile application on kidney Transplant patients on improved clinical outcome and patient experience
Shared Electronic Patient Record Access for Community Pharmacists
Barcode Medication Administration: An assessment of readiness to implement in an Irish neonatal unit
End of day 1 HISINM AGM
Jane Carolan Interim CIO, HSE
Simon Harris: Minister for Health
Lory Kehoe: Director of EMEA Blockchain Lab Lead, Deloitte Ireland
Patient Consent to Sharing Data
The University of Edinburgh
The Individual Health Identifier (IHI) Protecting
Patient Safety while Protecting Patient Privacy
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Plymouth NHS Trust
West Suffolk Hospital - becoming a Global
West Suffolk Hospital, UK
Spark Innovation Programme
National Doctors Training and Planning
Innovation Showcaseh - 10 minute presentations
1. Viewing the integrated Patient Record and
the Patients Care Plan
St Patricks Mental Health Services
2. TSCUH Journey to deliver Value through ICT
The Childrenâ€™s University Hospital Temple
3. PAMILA, Portable Assistant Monitoring
Information Live Anywhere
David Mulqueen & Sarah Oâ€™Dowd
4. People, caring for people through Digital
5. Whiteboard/patient flow
St. Vincents University Hospital
6. Intergarated National GP-e-Referrals - Closing the loop
Mater Misericordiae University Hospital
GDPR - How to get started?
Cyber Security - end user education
Defence Shield for Health Agencies
Dr. Michael Connolly
Mater Hospital / IEHG
Healthcare and the challenges with
Cybersecurity and brand protection
An odyssey of sirens, sorcery and shipwreck for
mental health informatics
Courage, Collaboration and Compassion
- Lessons learnt from our eSwift Journey, a
Mental Health EHR implementation
St Patrickâ€™s Mental Health Services
Innovation Showcase - 10 minute presentations
7. Patient Scheduling
9. Implementation of the Neonatal Web Camera System in National Maternity Hospital
10. Supporting clinicians and patients through
innovative technology and care pathways
11. Scan for Surgery/project oak/real time
St Jamesâ€™ Hospital
12. Re-implementing an EMR â€œnearlyâ€� from
scratch (and why you would do that in the first
The regulation of medical device standalone
Jane Carolan: Interim CIO, HSE
Leonie Clark: IMVO
Mike Robson: MN-CMS
Interoperability Standards and HIQA â€“ Work to
date and looking forward
Dr Kevin Oâ€™Carroll
Information Governance for health and social
care - share or not to share?
The National Patient Experience Survey 2017:
reflections on implementation and next steps
A simulation study to evaluate the clinical workflow for administering medication infusions in a
neonatal intensive care unit using a maternal & new-born electronic health record
Understanding what People with Epilepsy and their Care-Partners value about an Electronic
Treatment of frail elderly patients requires complex multi-disciplinary assessment with rigorous
communication and handover processes
Connected Health Sustaining Home Stay with Dementia â€“ Attitudes from Caregivers
Development of a decision support system for early detection of sepsis
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