DQ Asia Pacic Award
Ark and IAIDQ are proud to present the rst everDQ Asia Pacic awards. The following sessions willfeature the nalists for this award as selected by anexpert panel of IAIDQ members. Following thepresentations, we invite you to cast your votes and decide the best data quality project of the past year.
DQ Asia Pacic Award: Finalist #1
From data quality to clinical safety. NEHTA’s Journey.The Commonwealth, State and Territory governments have taskedthe National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA) to identify andfoster the design and development of technology to deliver thebest ehealth system for Australia. A foundation component of thisis to deliver a consistent national healthcare identier service for:Recipients of healthcare services: the Individual Healthcare
Identier (IHI)Individual providers of healthcare services: the Healthcare
Provider Identier-Individual (HPI-I)Healthcare organisations – Healthcare Provider Identier:
Organisation (HPI-O)Medicare Australia was commissioned by NEHTA to build
and operate this unique healthcare identier service.
Tatiana Stebakova, Manager Information and Standards UniqueHealthcare Identier Program, National E-Health TransitionAuthority (NEHTA)
DQ Asia Pacic Award: Finalist #2
Be our guest: redening hotel guest recognitioninitiatives at AccorAccor’s data challenges: why is it so hard?
The human element: the role of people, not just software
Gaining executive support: how buy-in was achieved
Continuous improvement: measurement and stewardship
Christopher King, Corporate Information Manager,
Executive panel discussion: Obtaining buy-infrom key decision makersThis session will feature panellists who have activelysupported data quality initiatives within their organisations.Hear these experts cover important issues of buy-in including:What data and information managers need to do to attract
attention for data projectsCrafting a business case that meets business data
requirementsHow to communicate ongoing business benets through
Panellists: Karen Halligan, Information Management Consultant,BHPBilliton; Principal Consultant, Frazer Walker;Vladas Leonas, CIO, Department of Housing NSW Facilitated by: Hanne Breddam, Director, BusinessMinds Australia;
Chairperson’s closing remarks and end of day one
Registration and refreshments
Chairperson’s opening remarks
Hanne Breddam, Director, BusinessMinds Australia
Global nancial crisis: driving quality in the data towisdom continuumThere is no doubt the global nancial crisis (GFC) has drivenorganisations to review how they operate and has reinforced the needfor accurate and timely information. The future will see companiescompeting on the width and depth of the data they capture and theway it is transformed through the value chain to wisdom. How are globalcompanies assuring the information they have is accurateand up to date in an environment that is changing so quickly?
Paul Ormonde-James, Head of Global Intelligence, The World Bank
Driving an information advantageUnderstand the business needs for Information Quality
and deliver on those goals. Don’t let the data drive you.Design your application with the understanding that data
changes continuously. Your solution must be exible to handlechange management.Deploy an approach that continuously understands the state of
the data. Scorecard your data against your business goals.
Brian Kordelski - IBM Worldwide Sales Executive, InfoSphere
Establishing a data management practiceGaining senior management support and buy-in to
establish a data management practiceShould the practice be centralised or decentralised?
Developing a strategic delivery method and sourcing funding
Measuring the success of the practice
Bala Rasaratnam, Practice Manager, Data Architecture and Management,National Australia Bank (NAB)
Visual design for forms to maximise data qualityAnalysing principles of seeing that directly inuence the
way people ll out formsDemonstrating what works and what doesn’t through the use of
real life examplesDeveloping the knowledge to make informed decisions about a
form’s layout, regardless of whether it’s paper-based orelectronic
WHO research on eHealth assessment for Health CareDelivery (eHCD)Research methodology used in the eHCD project for the
World Health Organisation (WHO)Data quality issues faced in such a multi-country study
Future plans for a global longitudinal study
Prof. Pradeep Ray, Director, Asia-Pacic ubiquitous Healthcare researchCentre (APuHC), University of New South Wales
MDM reducing time to shelf for Lion NathanHow effective MDM can eliminate errors through an
optimised supply chainAchieving faster time-to-shelf through greater efciencies
Accelerating critical processes such as new product introduction,
cross sell/upsell campaigns and customer service
Brett Hannath, Director, Field Marketing (Asia-Pacic and Japan)TIBCO Software Inc.
Featuring wine tastingby Pepper Tree Wines
19 - 21 April 2010
Crystal Palace, Luna Park, Sydney