eHealth Record Privacy Seminar

An Electronic Health Record For Every New Zealander by 2020
What Does This Really Mean?

The recent strategy announced by the Ministry of Health to establish a national electronic health record for individuals will affect every New Zealander. The strategy will impact how and where health records are stored and used by health practitioners (and potentially others) and how patients will be able to access their health information.

It is intended that electronic health records will be accessible across the country and the Ministry of Health has said that “Privacy is Assured”. Actions to design and implement the strategy are scheduled to commence in 2016/2017.

This event is for leaders and senior managers in health, privacy and Health technology and leaders in patient advocacy wanting to understand the strategy implications and be part of the discussion.

The event will be held in Wellington with a video link to Auckland.

WHEN: Monday 8 August 2016 9.15am – 12.30pm
 
WHERE:
Aucklandregister here
Chapman Tripp Office
Level 35, 23 Albert Street
(via video-link from Wellington)
 
Wellingtonregister here
Chapman Tripp Office
Level 17, 10 Customhouse Quay
 
COST:
Free for iappANZ members
 
Non-members $99NZD (deductible from iappANZ joining fee if you become a member)

Come and join us for a session of informative discussion and networking on how you can ensure best privacy practice.

You will:
  • Hear from Chai Chuah, Director General of Ministry of Health, about the details of a national eHealth Record and the rationale for adopting the strategy.

  • Understand how this will affect the efficacy of medical practitioners from Dr Stephen Child, Chairman of the New Zealand Medical Association.

  • Learn about the privacy impacts of an eHealth Record system from Sebastian Morgan-Lynch,an expert on the topic from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.

  • Understand the patient perspective from Barbara Robson, an experienced health consumer advocate.

  • Gain insight into the lessons learnt internationally in implementing similar systems from IT expert Dr Bernard Robertson-Dunn, Chair of the Health Committee of the Australian Privacy Foundation.

  • Enjoy an opportunity to network with other industry leaders and professionals.