NZHIT Member's Xmas Event 2019

Dates:
December 18, 2019
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December 18, 2019
Time:
4.30pm (for 5pm start) to 7.30pm
Location:
Spark Corporate Office, 167 Victoria St W, Auckland
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December 18th 4.30pm to 7.30pm, Spark Corporate Office, Auckland

Professor Des Gorman

Always enlightening and thought provoking. Professor Des Gorman (Ngati Kuri and Ngapuhi) is a Professor of Medicine in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of Auckland. Des is currently involved in health reforms in a number of different jurisdictions.

Dr Will Reedy, Spark Health CEO

Will is passionate about improving health outcomes through digital transformation. He has over 20 years of digital transformation experience across North America, the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia and NZ.  Will is also on the board of a number of digital health start ups and continues to practice clinical medicine in at CMDHB.

Both these speakers are at the forefront of significant transformations in health and disability systems across New Zealand and Globally. We are privileged that they've made themselves available to share their thoughts on the future of digital health services and no doubt will leave us with much to think about as we head into 2020.

Light refreshments will be available and loads of good cheer! Thanks everyone for making 2019 a great year.

NZHIT Members – Free

Affiliate Organisation Members – Free (HiNZ, TUANZ, HL7NZ, NZ Tech Alliance)

NZHIT Invited Guests - Free

Non-Members $35.00 (incl GST) per person

NZHIT Members and Non-members are welcome to attend. Please click on the "Register" link for attendance categories and to register.

Please contact us on info@nzhit.nz for any queries.

This event is kindly hosted by

Professor Des Gorman MD PhD

Professor of Medicine in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of Auckland

Dr Will Reedy

Director of digital health at Spark

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