NZHIT Virtual "After Work Get Together" with Rachel de Sain

May 14, 2020
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These virtual get-togethers are an excellent opportunity to spend time with key thought leaders and colleagues from the sector, find out what's happening during these times and the opportunities for the future.

This is all within a relaxed, over drinks environment (byo), engage with the speaker through Q&A and an informal chat amongst ourselves.

Following on from the two previous sessions, we're very pleased to bring you the third in the series of these sessions with the following speaker joining us all the way from Sydney, Australia.

Guest Speaker: Rachel de Sain

Rachel is an ex-pat Kiwi who is an internationally regarded digital strategist and thought leader on the future of health and social care delivery in a connected world. She has over twenty years of global experience having worked with governments, Fortune 500 companies, and leading academic institutions.

Rachel is a member of the Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum and was appointed to the newly established World Health Organisation's Digital Health panel of experts and has provided keynote presentations on this subject at events around the World.

Join us to hear Rachel discuss the following topics -

Will borders also become less relevant as we move to virtual care delivery and what will this mean to global interoperability efforts in Digital Health?

When access to care is at the touch of a button on your phone does it really matter where the clinician is based?

What could this mean for how health and care is delivered in the future?

Join us for this thought provoking discussion about what could be possible if we were to reinvent health with no borders!

When: Thursday 14 May, 2020

Time: 5.30-6.30pm

How: Click on the “register now” button below then follow the instructions, once registered you’ll be sent an invite to the virtual Teams site.

Cost: Absolutely free to attend (you provide your own drinks and nibbles of choice)


Please contact Anna for any inquires [email protected]

And, NZHIT members who join into these sessions will earn NZHIT Virtual Credits that will be "redeemed" at the first in-person event held at some time in the future when the drinks and nibbles will be free of charge!

Rachel de Sain

World Health Organisations Digital Health panelist


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