Whānau Tahi

Supporting Whanau Change with Today’s Data and Tomorrow’s Technology

Agenda

Times Presentation Format
8am Arrival Tea and Coffee  
8.30am Registration  
8.45am Whakatau and Welcome - Sonny Niha  
9.00am Opening Presentation: Turning Strategy to Action
How Whānau Tahi is bringing Hospitals, Iwi/Hapu, NGOs into the conversation with Whānau Ora.
Steve Keung, MD Whanau Tahi.
Daymon Nin – Whanau Tahi
9.40am

Keynote: Data for Good

Technology and data provides a platform to understand lives, to sharpen advocacy for greater social justice and to improve services to support Whānau. How will we deliver on this promise? 

Presentation Notes: Trevor McGlinchey Data for Good (446Kb PDF)

Trevor McGlinchey, Executive Officer Council of Christian Social Services, Ngāi Tahu.
10.10am

Keynote: The Internet of Things - Harnessing the Power of the Internet for Your World

For leaders and practitioners; international best practices and learnings on how technology is driving service capability leveraging technology solutions like cloud services and productivity solutions to address business challenges with proven tactics that translate into working solutions.

Presentation Notes: Digital Transformation in Health (2.28Mb PDF)

Gabe Rijpma, Microsoft Sr. Director Health & Social Services, Microsoft Asia.
10.45am Networking break. Morning tea provided  
11.15am

Presentation: #WhatsTrending – A Selection of Case Studies Across Aotearoa
Emerging Technologies and innovative thinking that is helping communities to overcome the ‘real’ issues facing them.

11:15 – 11:35am – Tui Ora - Hone Rata
Finding Whanau: Designing and deploying a mobile workforce to deliver whanau centric services where and when they are needed. Providing tools to simplify tasks, reduce duplication of effort, and enable kaimahi.

Presentation Notes: Finding Whanau Tui Ora (579Kb PDF)

11:40 – 12:10pm – TRONPnui presentation/ Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou
Case Study: Ngāti Porou Across Government Strategy: An example how we are turning cross Government Strategy into Action with a collective impact approach and shared data.

Presentation Notes: Whanau Tahi in Ngati Porou (1.13Mb PDF)

12.15 – 12.35pm Presentation: Implementing Outcomes – What works for us?
How do we know that we are making a difference for whānau? This is the digital age of evidence based accountability and as such, a robust client management system is a must when capturing the progress and achievements of whānau. Measuring what we do has to be what matters.

12.35 – 1.00pm Patients at risk – Innovation & Integration in Action. Claire Naumann, Transformation Manager, Integrated Care, Counties Manukau Health.

Presentation Notes: Patients at Risk - Integration and Innovation in Action (1.24 Mb PDF)

Presenters from:
Hone Rata, Tui Ora Taranaki
Fleur Paenga. Contracts Manager. Whanau Ora. TRONPnui (Gisborne).

Tureia Moxon and Matthew Heward, Te Kohao Hamilton

Claire Naumann, Counties Manukau DHB

1pm Lunch and Networking   
1.30pm

Presentation: Connecting Science to the Community
Connecting Science to the Community – The MedTech Centre of Research Excellence was established to develop a pipeline of new medical technologies that addresses NZ’s health needs as well as develop our economy. Alongside this is also a focus on developing new talent. We will illustrate some of our work in improving health in the community and school’s outreach to inspire our young.

Presentation Notes: Diana Siew - Callaghan Innovation (630Kb PDF)

Connecting Science to the Community – A device for the assessment of visual function in young children

Presentation Notes: Jason Turuwhenau - A device for the assessment of visual function in young children (421Kb PDF)

Callaghan Innovation
Dr Diana Siew, Associate Director MedTech CoRE/ MedTech Sector Manager, Callaghan Innovation.
Dr Jason Turuwhenua, University of Auckland, Auckland Bioengineering Institute
2.00pm

Closing Keynotes: Disruptive Change – Communities demanding better care.

Global policies such as Obamacare and the impact on vulnerable communities. The need to draw parallels between First Nation, Maori, Pasifika, Aboriginal and even the Arab Spring Uprising of 2014.

Hankie Ortiz, Deputy Bureau Director Indian Affairs, USA.
2.30pm Closing Remarks & Karakia
Steve Keung, MD Whanau Tahi.
 
     

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