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eHealth Education in eHealth Supply Chain Services



Supply Chain Implementation Workshops

eHealth Education
Learning how to Implement the Electronic Supply Chain

In the last two years over 500 participants have enhanced their knowledge and gained competencies in our focused and cost-effective Workshops and Courses.  Their average satisfaction feedback score in our training is 4.6 out of 5.0 and many report that they are immediately able to use what they had learnt in current duties and projects.  Please review the content of our Supply Chain and eHealth Services Implementation Workshops below to see which will give you the skills and competencies you need.


Our eHealth Supply Chain and eHealth Services Implementation Workshops are held in conveniently located CBD training facilities.  All meals, handouts and training materials are included in the Workshop fee.

On completion of a Supply Chain Workshop, you will be provided with a Certificate of Achievement and access to advanced reading materials, tools and links on our Resources, Tools & URLs web pages.  You will also be eligible to join our dedicated and exclusive 'Supply Chain Implementation Workshop Alumni' discussion e-mail list and put questions to the presenter and/or our other trainers and experts!

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Supply Chain and eHealth Services Implementation Workshops

SupplyChain

'Introduction to Electronic Supply Chain in Healthcare' Workshop

An efficient supply chain relies heavily on accurate and up-to-date medical products, medicines and consumables information being available to purchasers and the ability to order products in a standardised, well-organised manner.  Inefficient data management in the healthcare supply chain may impact patient safety and increase costs.  Automating the supply chain processes in health enables suppliers and healthcare organisations to reduce redundant purchasing tasks, improve inefficient work practices and achieve greater accuracy in tendering and procurement.
After this Workshop, you will know how the electronic Healthcare Supply Chain can deliver the right products, at the right price, for the right person, in the right location at the right time. 
In the Workshop we will:
● Explore how Electronic Supply Chain solves procurement and quality problems in healthcare
● Overview Australian Electronic Supply Chain initiatives: National Product Catalogue, eProcurement, Locatenet and Recallnet
● Identify planning requirements for an Electronic Supply Chain Program
● Overview and Select effective operational protocols, procedures and change management activities

Download the detailed Healthcare Supply Chain Workshop Brochure
eHealth Education Online Payment
Fee: A$850 incl. GST


Trainer: Mark Brommeyer  FACHI AFAIM MAICD

Mark has spent thirty years in the health sector, with significant experience in e-health strategy, change and risk management, Mark is passionate about technology-enabled healthcare reform.  He recently led the Australian Electronic Healthcare Supply Chain Reform Programme at the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA), incorporating the National Product Catalogue (NPC), the eProcurement solution and purchasing reform.  He has provided E-Health consultancy, project and change management services in public and private health sectors in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, China, England, Ireland and Wales.

Mark Brommeyer is Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Flinders University where he lectures in Health Informatics, Clinical Governance and Risk Management in Australia, China and Singapore.


eHealthServices

'Successfully Managing E-Health Services' Workshop

E-Health's rapid growth as a fundamental healthcare information management and clinical communications tool means, that to survive in the current market place, it is essential that lessons be learned and skills developed for successful planning, implementation and management of E-Health resources.
After this Program, you will know how electronic E-Health Services can deliver the right solutions, with the right information, for the right person, in the right location at the right time.
In this Workshop we will:
● Explore E-Health needs assessment, planning and design for success and longevity of the E-Health service.
● Demonstrate how to coordinate and support critical E-Health resources.
● Develop appropriate E-Health Service management protocols, procedures and change management programs
● Identify quality, cost, acceptability and success criteria.

Download the 'Sucessfully Managing e-Health Services' Workshop Brochure
eHealth Education Online Payment
Fee: A$850 incl. GST


Trainer: Mark Brommeyer  FACHI AFAIM MAICD

Mark has spent thirty years in the health sector, with significant experience in e-health strategy, change and risk management, Mark is passionate about technology-enabled healthcare reform.  He recently led the Australian Electronic Healthcare Supply Chain Reform Programme at the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA), incorporating the National Product Catalogue (NPC), the eProcurement solution and purchasing reform.  He has provided E-Health consultancy, project and change management services in public and private health sectors in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, China, England, Ireland and Wales.

Mark Brommeyer is Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Flinders University where he lectures in Health Informatics, Clinical Governance and Risk Management in Australia, China and Singapore.


 Our eHealth Supply Chain and Services Implementation Workshops will be held at the following dates and locations:

  ● Sydney: 2016
  ● Hobart: 2016
  ● Melbourne: late 2016
  ● Brisbane: late 2016
  ● Kuala Lumpur: (in planning)
  ● Singapore: (in planning)
  ● Darwin: (in planning)
  ● Perth: (in planning)
  ● Auckland: (in planning)
  ● Canberra: (in planning)
  ● Adelaide: (in planning)
 

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