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2008 Health Information Technology WA Forum
(HITWA 2008)
E-Health Landscapes
Wednesday, 26th November 2008
Technology Park, Perth Western Australia

Jointly hosted by the WA branches of the Health Informatics Society of Australia and the Health Information Management Association of Australia

The 3rd Health Information Technology Forum (HITWA08) is over, but the event will live on in our memoriesĀ and here on the World Wide Web.

The committee would like to extend our appreciation to the 150+ delegates who made this event such a success. You overwhelmed us with your support and turned HITWA08 into THE e-health networking opportunity of the year for the WA e-health community.

If you want to re-live the event, or are disappointed you missed it - don't despair!! Not only can you check out photos from the day, you can also download the presentations or even podcast them - PDFs and mp3 files from HITWA08 are available on the download page.

If you have feedback on the event which you would like to share, have ideas for what we can do next time, would like to be involved or would like to be notified of future e-health events on the West coast - please drop us a line at hisawa 'AT' hisa. org. au

Best wishes for a happy and healthy festive season,

HITWA08 Committee


Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) is the peak body representing clinicians, managers, academics, researchers, educators, scientists and technologists working to optimise use of health related data, information and knowledge. http://www.hisa.org.au

Health Information Management Association of Australia (HIMAA) is a national professional association that supports and represents the nationwide network of Health Information Managers that work in a range of disciplines including health information services, database management, electronic health information systems and health informatics, casemix and clinical costing, quality improvement and research. http://www.himaa.org.au/

Louise Schaper, HISA (WA), Chair Travis Ingram, HIMAA (WA), President