GRAND ROUND SERIES
The Queensland Digital Health Grand Rounds series is designed to bring clinicians, academics and researchers together to hear up-and -coming innovations and applications of informatics in healthcare. The sessions inform and update participants on the latest developments in research and how health informatics is translating to inform and directly impact clinical care and patient outcomes.
Real-time Clinical Decision Support
This month’s Digital Health Grand Rounds will explore real-time clinical decision support. Five years on since the implementation of Queensland Health’s first electronic medication management system (EMMS), 14 facilities are now managing medications via a digital platform. The development and deployment of real-time analytics products surrounding high-risk medications (insulin and opioids) shall be presented.
Date: Tuesday, 27 July 2021
Time: 12.30 – 1.30pm
Venue: Virtual event
Jodie Austin is a pharmacist by background with a post-graduate diploma in clinical pharmacy. Over the past nine years her career has focused on electronic medication management systems. She currently works for eHealth Queensland as a Senior Application Specialist and is undertaking her PhD with the University of Queensland Digital Health Research Network, focused on the review of high-risk medication management in digital hospital settings.
Dr Ben Sly is an endocrinologist currently working at the Princess Alexandra Hospital where he developed an interest in digital health whilst a registrar during the digital go-live in 2017. He is a current PhD candidate at UQ exploring the role of digital health systems in optimising care for people with diabetes in hospital. Ben is the current co-chair of the state-wide digital diabetes working group.