12:45 – 16:20    May 03rd, 2016    Farmleigh House, Phoenix Park, D15 

ARCH has partnered with the HSE to research the implementation of the National eHealth Strategy. ARCH’s aim is to assist the HSE in understanding and promoting best-practice implementation of its eHealth strategy.

ARCH and the Office of the Chief Information Officer, HSE have agreed this collaborative research for two key reasons, to:

1. Ensure that the HSE team continues to learn as the implementation of technology into health proceeds
2. Put in place a mechanism to enable small to medium sized enterprises across Ireland understand how the HSE is delivering and how they can get involved through the ARCH collaborative

ARCH HSE eHealth Workshop

ARCH has conducted a variety of research, both nationally and internationally, into how to build and deploy sustainable models of technology-enabled healthcare, with a particular focus on how to best influence adoption, implementation and retention of eHealth solutions.

In this research dissemination workshop ARCH researchers will present findings from several eHealth research projects as outlined below.

Presentations Available Here




12:45-13:30 Registration and Light Lunch

13:30-13:40 Opening remarks, Michael O’Shea, Centre Director, ARCH

13:40-13:50 Introducing the ARCH/HSE Research Collaboration, Dr Gerardine Doyle, Principal Investigator, ARCH

13:50-14:10 Implementing Large-Scale Change within Healthcare Lessons in Best-Practice, Dr Maria Quinlan, Research Lead, ARCH

14:10-14:30 Exploration of Organisational Readiness for eHealth in Ireland – views from the Council of Clinical Information Officers, Dr Maria Quinlan, Research Lead, ARCH

14:30-15:00 Tea/Coffee and Networking

15:00-15:30 Implementing eHealth at Scale – an Analysis of the HSE’s National eReferral Project, Dr Gemma Moore, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, ARCH

15:30-16:00 Hospital Pharmacy – the Challenges and Opportunities for Connected Health, Dr Noel Carroll, Research Lead, ARCH

16:00-16:20 Closing remarks, Richard Corbridge CIO, HSE

Note: For further information, please contact info@arch.ie.