Workshop on making the most of routinely collected data in primary care electronic health records to improve care

Event Information

Friday, 31 October 2014
9:30am – 3:30pm

John B Reid Theatre, AGSM Building

Prof Siaw-teng Liaw
RSVP: Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Please RSVP here

This workshop will:

  • present current developments in assuring the quality of routinely collected  and data fitness and using it to improve the quality of care
  • discuss options for coordinated research & development to support optimal use of primary care electronic health record data.

Topics to be covered

  • The potential of routinely collected clinical data from the perspectives of clinicians, managers and organisations such as general practices, Medicare Locals, Local Health Districts/Networks 
  • Activities in routinely collected data in Australia: MedicineInsight, Magnet, Collaboratives
  • Activities in routinely collected data by UNSW Faculties (Health & Medical Sciences, Science, Computer Science, Information Science, and Business)
  • The UNSW ePBRN R&D program for routinely collected data: methodology, tools, protocols
  • Data quality management & information governance
  • The future