alexa health informatics society of australia

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health informatics society of australia

the health informatics society of australia ltd (hisa) is a scientific society, established in 1992, for health professionals and for those with an interest in health informatics. health informatics is the branch of science and practice that deals with information in health that leads to be informed and assisted healthcare. e-health is defined by the world health organization as the combined use of electronic communication and information technology in the health sector, is a sub-discipline of health informatics. hisa aims to improve health through health informatics. it gives a national focus on the science and practice of health informatics, and for its practitioners - health informaticians, as well as for the associated industry and users. it develops policy, advocates on behalf of its members and provides opportunities for learning and professional development in health informatics. its membership is drawn from consumers, clinicians and other health information systems users as well as health informaticians, engineers, scientists, technologists, systems developers, managers, psychologists, lawyers, policy officers, researchers and others. hisa has special interest groups in consumer health informatics, digital healthcare design, games for health, pathology, nursing, allied health, management, and ihe. one of the education activities of the society is the annual national health informatics conference (hic) which attracts around 1000 delegates and features a sizeable trade show and the country's only interoperability demonstration. hisa is the national affiliate of the international medical informatics association and convener of the coalition for e-health.

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