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Join Australia’s rapidly growing digital health community at one of HISA’s many State and national events. HISA is well known as the host of the annual Health Informatics Conference (HIC), Australia’s premier digital health event, founded in 1992. Other major conferences are Australian Telehealth Conference, Health Data Analytics and Health Information Technology Western Australia (HITWA). Visit the HISA Calendar of Events to search for events in your State.

State branch events

State Branches are actively engaged in science, academia, all health sectors as well as the business community and hold regular networking and educational events on a wide range of topics.


In the rapidly changing world of digital health there are some events you can’t afford to miss.


HISA Breakfasts provide opportunities for HISA members and the health sector at large to connect and share knowledge and ideas on key topics and latest trends.

HISA hosted events have been approved for contact hours of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential. Please see the individual event for approved hours.
Click here for more information on becoming a certified health informatics professional.


Network with Australian and global digital health leaders when you attend, speak, present or exhibit during the HISA conference series. You be online or “virtual” a lot of the time but you can’t beat the experience of meeting up with colleagues and making new contacts face-to-face. It’s one of the main reasons members of the digital health community get together in person!

Nursing Informatics Conference 2020

HISA is proud to announce that we will be hosting Nursing Informatics 2020… …in Brisbane!

MedInfo 2021

HISA is proud to announce that we will be hosting MedInfo 2021… …in Sydney!

The Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) has merged with the Australasian College of Health Informatics (ACHI) to form the Australasian Institute of Digital Health on Monday 24 February 2020. This site will no longer be updated and will be preserved for archive. Visit us at the Institute! www.digitalhealth.org.au.