Wendy Chapman is the Director of Informatics at Melbourne University. She has a PhD in Medical Informatics from the University of Utah. Specialising in natural language processing (NLP), her research primarily revolves around the extraction of information from clinical reports. Wendy's contributions to the field extend beyond her individual research. She led the American Medical Informatics Association NLP Working Group and she actively collaborates with others in the development of shared conventions and resources for NLP.
Today's show focuses on improving healthcare through innovation and technology.
- The role of universities in healthcare data.
- Challenges faced by the healthcare sector.
- Leveraging data and technology for better healthcare.
- Benefits of adopting innovation and technology for analytics.
- The importance of digital health training.
Tune in to explore how innovation and technology can revolutionise healthcare delivery.