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Media statements



Media statements

HISA is pleased to provide expert commentary for journalists on a range of digital health topics including digital health trends, telemedicine, entrepreneurship, data protection, privacy, electronic records, big data, participatory healthcare, personalised medicine and more.

To seek comment, please contact the HISA Communications Manager.

Media releases

HISA and ACHI to merge and form the Australasian Institute of Digital Health 19 December 2019

Whitepaper released: What is digital health and why does it matter?

HISA launches first allied health informatics paper 12 August 2019

HISA and ACHI announce consultation to consider new organisation proposal 30 April 2019

Peak bodies lend support to MyHR   July 30 2018

HIC 2018 celebrates 25 years July 3, 2018

Australian Digital Health Executives Network (DHEN) June 26, 2018

HIC 2017 in Brisbane 6-9 August

Australians invited to Texas Medical Centre accelerator

Digital health peaks statement at HIC August 5, 2015

PCEHR/HI Support from HISA and HIMAA Survey July 6, 2015

New health information protection Guidelines released by HISA April 4, 2015

E-health leadership education at HITWA 2014 September 11, 2014

Participatory health conference a first for HIC July 31, 2014

ePatient Dave July 31, 2014

HISA launches the 2014 Health Apps Challenge July 31, 2014

HIC 2014 program is launched May 23, 2014

Budget 2014: Opportunity to get PCEHR right, says HISA May 14, 2014

Health informatics is crucial to reducing costs for mental health 2014

New Recognition of Health Informatics Skills in Healthcare Workforce 2014

Invest in education to prevent billions of unnecessary waste 2014


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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.