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NEHTA's Clinical Knowledge Manager (CKM) featured in 'Health IT - to lead or be led' seminars
- Created on Tuesday, 8 March 2016
There is increasing awareness of the use of clinical data to support high quality healthcare delivery. Yet it has traditionally been difficult for clinicians to engage and participate in influencing the quality of the data they need to support patient care, for research and analysis, to underpin clinical decision support and exchange with other healthcare providers.
The Global eHealth Collaborative are running a series of two day workshops to describe and demonstrate a collaborative, clinician-led approach to national standardisation of high quality, computable data specifications, and the use of the NEHTA Clinical Knowledge Manager (CKM). This approach is gaining momentum in Australia and by overseas national eHealth programs.
The workshops are being conducted in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, with the Brisbane registration closing soon.
Dates: Wednesday 16 March - Thursday 17 March
Location: Christie Conference Centre, Level 2, 320 Adelaide St, Brisbane.
Dates: Wednesday 6 April - Thursday 7 April
Location: University of NSW, 1 O'Connell St, Sydney.
Dates: Wednesday 13 April - Thursday 14 April
Location: Melbourne Business School, 200 Leicester St, Carlton, Melbourne.
Registration and other details can be found at Global eHealth Collaborative.