SINGAPORE, 19 July 2016
Getz Clinical is excited to be taking part in the Health Informatics Society of Australia’s (HISA) HIC conference in Melbourne from 25–27 July 2016. Our Chief Product Officer, Kristy Henderson, will attend with Glenn Sneddon, our Business Development Director and Kim Davis, our Sales Director.
HIC is Australia’s premier digital health, health informatics and eHealth conference and expo. Health informatics is critical to achieving a smart digital healthcare system that delivers improved patient outcomes and efficiencies.
Kristy, Glenn and Kim will be available to discuss the innovations built into Getz Clinical Cloud, the world’s first cloud computing solution for recording patient vitals and surgical data.
In her position as Chief Product Officer, Kristy is focused on delivering perioperative solutions that address the operational, business and clinical requirements of hospitals. Kristy champions integrated cloud computing applications for both the public and private healthcare markets.
As Getz Clinical’s Australia and New Zealand Business Development Director, Glenn drives new business opportunities and helps hospitals achieve eHealth solutions that inspire collaborative hospital teams to transform patient care.
Glenn’s 35 years as a healthcare professional commenced as an intensive care flight paramedic. He later became a national and international eHealth specialist, creating customer solutions in the public, private, not-for-profit, defence and technologies healthcare sectors.
In her role as national Sales Director, Kim focuses on creating opportunities for hospitals to improve their clinical, administrative and eHealth performance in the perioperative environment.
Kim holds a double degree in healthcare management and molecular biology, has undertaken clinical research, and was previous employed by a major Canadian paediatric academic health sciences organisation. Her diverse experience provides Kim with excellent insights into hospital processes and requirements.
HIC is being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The event attracts over one thousand clinicians, healthcare executives, IT professionals, government officials and policy makers, and medical software developers.
If you have an interest in healthcare IT innovation, including perioperative solutions, and are attending HIC 2016, Kristy, Glenn and Kim would be delighted to understand your current business priorities and discuss your views on thought leadership and industry challenges.