Let's Talk Informatics

The Let’s Talk Informatics series has been developed to inform and excite people about clinical systems and information, which lead to positive patient outcomes.
The goals of the series are to:

· Identify what knowledge and skills health care providers will need to use information now and in the future.

· Prepare health care providers by introducing them to concepts and local experiences in Informatics.

· Acquire knowledge to remain current with new trends, terminology, studies, data and breaking news.

· Cooperate with a network of colleagues establishing connections and leaders that will provide assistance and advice for business issues, as well as for best-practice and knowledge sharing.

The Let's Talk Informatics series is recognized as an approved continuing education provider by the following organizations:

  • Digital Health Canada (participants can claim 1CE hour for each presentation attended)
  • College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Nova Scotia Chapter for one Mainpro+ credit by providing content aimed at improving computer skills as applied to learning and access to information.
  • The Canadian College of Health Information Management approves this series for professional members of Canada’s health information management association - CHIMA (1 CPE credit per hour).

Certificates are available to attendees following each session.

Upcoming Events

Thank you for your continued support of the Let’s Talk Informatics webinar series. Below are the details for our next two webinars. We hope you can join us!

Let’s Talk Informatics - Implementing Health PEI’s Virtual Care Action Plan

September 29, 2022, 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. ADT

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Let’s Talk Informatics - How Public Health Used Workforce Modeling for Pandemic Planning

October 13, 2022, 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. ADT

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Archived Let’s Talk Informatics Events

September 15, 2022 – The Human Organ & Tissue Donation Act IT Evolution

June 20, 2022 - It’s a big deal: What ‘big data’ means to the health care system

June 16, 2022 - Goals of Care - More than a Form

April 2022 – Analytics Roadmap Refresh

March 2022 - Artificial Intelligence (AI) – ChatBots

February 2022 - Closed Loop Medication Management

January  2022 - Normalization of Deviance

November 2021 - Evolution of Enterprise Architecture in Nova Scotia’s Health Care System

October 2021 - How Nova Scotia Revolutionized COVID-19 Lab Testing

October 2021 - Leaders at the Intersection of Clinical Service and Technology: The role of Chief Nursing Information Officer (CNIO) and Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) in high performing health care organizations

July 2021 - Nova Scotia Health Teams Support COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

April 2021 – One Person One Record and Physician Engagement

March 2021 – Coding & Abstracting and Data Submission to CIHI

February 2021- Designing Health Technology for Safety

January 2021 - Computational Systems in Nova Scotia Health Neurosurgery

November 2020 - Nova Scotia Health Analytics Visualization Platform

October 2020 – Building Branches of the OPOR Tree

Sept 2020 - Nova Scotia's Virtual Care Revolution

July 2020 - Finding your way in a time of uncertainty: Informatics & the COVID-19 Hub

June 2020 - Role of Nova Scotia Health's Performance and Analytics Team During COVID-19

May 2020 - NSES Nova Scotia ECG System

Feb 2020 - Smart Pumps: Improving Patient Safety Through Technology

Jan 2020 - What is Case Costing?

Nov 2019 - Translational Research in Medical Imaging Informatics in Nova Scotia with a focus on Machine Learning

Oct 2019 - Let's Talk Informatics - Virtual Virtual Care: Successes and Challenges in a Changing World of Technology

Oct 2019 - Let's Talk Informatics - Analytics and Quality Improvement: A Key Connection

Sept 2019 - Let's Talk Informatics - Development and Implementation of a NS ICU Database

Sept 2019 - Let's Talk Informatics - Introduction to Workflow Mapping in Healthcare

 

October 2016 - Let’s Talk Informatics: One Person One Record