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At ConnectEd, we provide professional development to a wide range of professionals – from school staff to health professionals. Our team combine their expertise with an engaging and practical presenting-style to bring you relevant training and support for your work

AI-Powered Digital Scribing Professional Development

15th July
Broadcast via Zoom
6:30-8:00pm (AEST) – recording will be made available after 
$75 (+GST)
Limited to 100 people live (recording available for purchase after the event)
Suitable for all health practitioners (e.g. allied health, medical)

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Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is advancing extraordinarily quickly, revolutionising the healthcare landscape with new opportunities, risks, and challenges. One of the latest and most powerful innovations in Clinical AI is integrating AI-powered digital scribing systems to support clinicians in generating clinical notes and reports from session recordings. Imagine fully engaging with your clients without the distraction of notetaking and at the conclusion of your consultation, having draft notes already prepared in your preferred style and format.

This unique Professional Development session will explore how to integrate AI-driven digital scribing solutions into your practise—whether you are a psychologist, physiotherapist, GP, or other health practitioner!

Led by Dr Matt O’Connor (Clinical Psychologist) and Norvan Vogt (Digital Strategist), this session will provide practical insights into this technology’s two core features—the clinical and the technological—and cover many of the questions and concerns you might have about integrating it into your practice.

What will the webinar cover?

An introduction and overview of AI scribing systems

  • Exploration of different systems
  • How they function
  • Their application in health settings (including private practice)

Essential considerations before implementing these systems from a technology and security and privacy compliance perspective:

  • Application of Australian Privacy Principles
  • Understanding of Health Act regulations
  • Overview of relevant legislation and guidelines
  • Security checklist and processes for ensuring data security

Implementing digital scribing systems in your workplace

  • Obtaining informed consent
  • Documentation templates and best practices
  • Use in sessions and workflow
  • Generating quality output that suits your work context, style and preferences

Ongoing security and governance

  • Data retention policies
  • Suggestions for ensuring ongoing compliance

Resources and guides

  • You will be provided with resources and guides to complement the presentation, helping you make informed decisions about how and when to utilise these innovations in your practice.

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve in Clinical AI and enhance your clinical efficiency and effectiveness.

About the presenters

Dr Matt O’Connor is a Clinical and School Psychologist, academic, presenter and Director of Brisbane-based clinic ConnectEd Counselling and Consultancy, which provides therapeutic services to families, and consultancy services to the education and corporate sectors. Matt is well-regarded throughout Australia for his unique and engaging presentation style, and his ability to balance practical and grounded discussions, with ‘bigger picture’ concepts. His career as a psychologist has focussed on the provision of clinical services, alongside a special interest in systems, processes and technology.  Matt is a sought-after supervisor and consultant, often in the areas of processes and systems and operationalising long-term and short-term organisational goals.

Norvan Vogt is a dynamic and outcomes-focused Digital Strategist with extensive health sector experience. Known for his approachable leadership style, he champions collaboration and innovation. Norvan is the Founder of Open Rationale, a tech startup focused on AI technology.  He has worked for the United Nations, AusAID, and the World Bank in Vanuatu, Cambodia, and Guatemala. At Townsville Hospital and Health Service, Norvan tackled remote technology challenges and led the successful implementation of the Cerner electronic medical record system. As head of Clinical Informatics, his team connected Pathology Queensland to the National MyHealth Record, a first for public pathology. His team won the top award at the Queensland Health eAwards 2018 for the Digital Early Warning Tool.

Note – you will be emailed a unique link to join the Zoom session live

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