Allied Health Digital Transformation

Developed by the National Allied Health Digital Information Network

This workshop will feature short presentations covering the broad range of developments in allied health digital transformation across Australia, including national data standards, health informatics and the My Health Record.

Up to date information on digital developments across the public sector in Australia will be showcased, demonstrating successes and challenges in the constantly changing landscape of digital transformation.

Delegates will participate in group discussion about opportunities for allied health information management practices and possible solutions to challenges and barriers to the digital transformation for allied health.


Danny Agnola

Danny Agnola is the Australian Digital Health Agency’s Manager of Clinical Peaks, Partnerships and Clinical Use.

Danny has over 14 years in the community pharmacy industry having completed his studies at James Cook University. During this time he displayed a passion for the implementation of professional initiatives and overall customer service.

In 2015, Danny became part of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (QLD Branch) as a Professional Services Pharmacist where he assisted in the provision of the Intern Training Program, QCPP and other professional services.

Since 2017, Danny has been employed with the Australian Digital Health Agency where he was a National My Health Record Primary Care Educator before taking on the role of Managing the Clinical Peaks team within the Agency. He has a passion for digital health and the benefits it can have for all Australian healthcare providers and their patients.

Danny’s qualifications include B.Pharm and Cert IV TAE DipPM.


 Associate Professor Clair Sullivan

Chief Digital Health Officer Metro North Hospital and Health Services

A/ Prof Clair Sullivan graduated with Honours in Medicine from UQ and a Research Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Leeds. She is a fellow of both the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and the Australian College of Health Informatics.

She has been appointed Associate Professor of Clinical Informatics at the University of QLD and is widely published in clinical informatics and serves on several national advisory boards for digital health.

She is currently the Chief Digital Health Officer for Metro North Hospital and Health Service.

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