- October 28 2016 - 9:30PM
Medical data exposed.
Exclusive: How human error exposed 550,000 donors.
Overhaul to cost 'hundreds of millions'.
- The Australian
- 12:00AM October 25, 2016
Former Socceroo Stephen Herczeg died after oxygen tube connected to catheter caused bladder to burst, coroner hears
Researcher, former AMA president claim posts.
Created on Monday, 24 October 2016
The Australian Digital Health Agency has today announced the appointments of Associate Professor Meredith
Makeham and Dr Steve Hambleton.
Leading patient safety advocate Associate Professor Meredith Makeham takes on the role of Chief Medical
Adviser in which she will lead the development of initiatives to ensure that digital health services are designed
, built and evaluated in partnership with the research community in Australia and internationally.
Associate Professor Makeham, a practising GP, will be a member of the Australian Digital Health Agency’s
executive leadership team and will provide advice in her areas of expertise including patient safety,
clinical governance, risk management, and digital health and safety research.
“It’s a great honour for me to join the Australian Digital Health Agency. As a clinician and a researcher,
I see first-hand the immense value that digital health technologies can offer people and their care
professionals, and their fundamental importance in our aims to deliver better health outcomes to Australians”,
- Department for Health & Ageing, Adelaide CBD
- Indicative Total Remuneration: $126,911 – Temp F/T (up to 29/12/2017) – MAS3
- The Australian
- 12:00AM October 28, 2016
- October 26 2016 - 9:37AM
IBM and ABS share census blame
- 25 October 2016
- Written by Peter Dinham