Amy is an active member of the HL7 Australia community. Most recently she has worked with the Board and members to deliver the HL7 Version 2 and HL7 CDA Implementation Guidance and Roadmaps for Australia. Amy has served two previous board terms, both as a General Board member in 2012/13 and as an Executive Board member in the role of HL7 Australia Secretary 2013/14. Amy’s background is as a practicing allied health professional, company director and she has held a number of clinical and health service management roles for WA Health.
Amy is passionately outcomes focused. Serving as HL7 Australia Education Council Co-Chair from 2013 to 2015, Amy contributed to member outcomes including successful delivery of the 2013 international HL7 conference, IHIC in Sydney and as the lead for the 2013 HL7 V2 Workshop held at the University of Victoria. Amy has also assisted with HL7 certification exams in WA. Amy was Chair of the National Allied Health Classification Committee (2007 – 2014). In this capacity Amy has represented Allied Health Professions Australia on IT-014 and through Allied Health Professions Australia was selected as a mentored delegate for Australia in two HL7 International delegations (2012 and 2013).
Amy is firmly committed to the current strategic direction of HL7 Australia and would like to be a part of developing the organisation’s position as front and centre in the localisation and development of HL7 standards through collaborative and productive relationships with government, health providers and industry partners. Amy is committed to building on the work to date developing the financial management and capacity of HL7 Australia through the role of HL7 Australia Treasurer. Amy is looking forward to working with these partners, the Board and the membership community in continuing to develop the organisational capability to deliver benefits to members, the e-health community and Australian health care broadly should she be successful in this nomination.