HIMSS AsiaPac18 Conference & Exhibition
 

HOSPITAL TOURS

8 NOVEMBER (POST-CONFERENCE)
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Your conference experience will not be complete without these hands-on and immersive hospital tours!

Featuring Lady Cilento Children's Hospital and Princess Alexandra Hospital, don't miss this opportunity to explore two of Australia's best healthcare facilities!

About hospital tours:
• You must be registered for at least one day of the main conference to sign up for the tour
• Tours are only open to international and interstate delegates
• Tours are not open to solution providers unless otherwise stated
• Only 20 pax per tour – we urge you to register now to secure your seat


Lady Cilento Children's Hospital


Photo: AAP

The Lady Cilento Children's Hospital (LCCH) is a major 359-bed specialist children's hospital in Brisbane opened in late 2014. Last year, the hospital became the first in Australasia to be awarded Level 1 Major Trauma Service status by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. In April, LCCH began the transition to a fully integrated electronic medical record (ieMR), achieving major advancements in digital clinical care and information sharing. Designed for healing, LCCH has also been awarded several awards for integrating nature in its buildings as part of a holistic approach to health and well-being.

If you want to find out how to radically transform your care spaces using a "salutogenic" approach and learn about the clinically-led ieMR implementation, hop onto this tour.

 Hospital tour program (TBC):
 8am Hospital tour attendees meet at pick-up point (BCEC)
 9am Hospital tour attendees arrive at Lady Cilento Children's Hospital, meet and greet
 9.15am ieMR information session 
 9.45amieMR breakout tours 
10.45am
Morning tea
 11amDesigned for healing facility tour
 12pm Lunch  
 12.30pm Delegates leave Lady Cilento Children's Hospital and are sent back to pick-up point (BCEC)
   
 


Princess Alexandra Hospital


Photo: STR/AAP

 In 2015, Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) became Australia's first large-scale digital hospital when the hospital achieved HIMSS Analytics EMRAM Stage 6 accreditation. To-date, PAH is one of only three Australian hospitals to attain this level of EMR adoption. A digital leader, PAH designed and implemented Australia's largest ieMR in a leading tertiary university hospital – with a big bang approach after a 18-month pre-implementation stage. Digital conversion occurred rapidly over two weeks.

If you are looking to learn about major ieMR implementations from an exemplar site, find out about "go live" practicalities and experience an EMRAM Stage 6 facility, this is the tour to be on.

 Hospital tour program (TBC):
 8am Hospital tour attendees meet at pick-up point (BCEC)
 9am Hospital tour attendees arrive at Princess Alexandra Hospital 
 9.30am Welcome & introduction by the hospital's senior management team 
 10am
Tour of the digital hospital:
• Overview of the Big Bang approach
• The EMRAM Stage 6 digital experience (ED, surgery, device integration, CPOE et cetera, interactive dashboards)
• Data integration and analysis
 12pm Q&A, review 
 12.30pm Lunch  
 1pm Delegates leave Princess Alexandra Hospital and are sent back to pick-up point (BCEC)