Clinical Informatics

Data makes the pos­si­bil­i­ties endless.

About Clin­i­cal Informatics 

More than just num­bers and iden­ti­fy­ing pat­terns, Clin­i­cal Infor­mat­ics can dra­mat­i­cal­ly improve how we deliv­er healthcare.

We can enable inno­va­tion and tech­nol­o­gy to aid how we make clin­i­cal deci­sions, devel­op poli­cies, plan ser­vices, improve and eval­u­ate what we do. We can upscale our ideas and pro­grams, or down­size them, using data. We can even map out if they will be sustainable.

Best of all, data can be shared. We can use it as a tool to col­lab­o­rate across the sys­tem, share knowl­edge, build part­ner­ships and link with local, nation­al and inter­na­tion­al organ­i­sa­tions to answer impor­tant ques­tions and gen­er­ate new ideas for a bet­ter health system.

A learn­ing health sys­tem embeds evi­dence through­out the entire system.

The Clin­ical Infor­mat­ics Direc­torate is about improv­ing how data and ana­lyt­ics are used to improve health­care, build­ing capa­bil­i­ty in clin­i­cal infor­mat­ics, enhanc­ing the data assets and pro­vid­ing bet­ter access to data across the health sys­tem to inform the cre­ation of bet­ter healthcare.

Meet our Clin­i­cal Informat­ics team.