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Virtual Healthcare Enabled by Digital Technology (a NZHIT Networking Event)

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Spark Corporate Office

167 Victoria St W

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Virtual healthcare is increasingly being used as a broad term to describe all the ways healthcare providers interact with their patients without seeing them in person. Globally, there is a massive upsurge in the use of digital technology to enable the delivery of healthcare services in a "virtual" manner.

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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.

Dr Will Reedy, Director Digital Health, Spark Digital
Dr Reedy is one of New Zealand's leading clinical and digital practitioners with wide ranging national and international experience.

Dr Ruth Large, Emergency Physician, Rural Hospitalist, Clinical Director Information Services and Virtual Health Care, Waikato District Health Board

*Evan Blackman, CEO iMoko, Digital technologies have a big role to play in addressing the inequity present in our health system, particularly for rural and Māori communities, who often find it difficult to access the primary care they need.

*Karen Blake BMid PgCertHealMgt CPHL CertCplxMid CHIA RM, after 20 years spent in the health sector in both Australia and New Zealand, Karen Blake brings with her a unique insight into the uneasy marriage of health and IT systems. With experience in senior policy work, management and education, Karen now works full time as a clinical informatician for healthAlliance.

Don't hesitate to register as there are limited spaces available and tickets for this event will be snapped up quickly!

NZHIT thanks SPARK for their sponsorship of this event

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