Our expertise

Our Expertise

We can make a valuable contribution to your health workforce development and health information needs through our collective expertise in:

  • Helping others to identify and define their information and system needs
  • Health concept representation to suit a digital environment including SNOMED-CT, ICNP and Clinical Coding (ICD-10-AM) and LOINC
  • Use of health terminologies and classification systems
  • Digital health data, information and knowledge presentation
  • Analysing clinical workflows, data, information and knowledge needs
  • Archetype development
  • Managing health data governance
  • Resolving information system connectivity issues
  • Use of unique identifiers
  • Conducting data integration (linkage) work
  • Developing methodologies for designing performance indicator data collection
  • Rationalising health service information activity across any number of databases
  • Health service management
  • Developing ICT infrastructures to link with strategic directions
  • System interoperability
  • Identifying individual or group professional development and associated training needs.
  • Developing and making effective use of existing health informatics competencies.
  • Curriculum development
  • Delivering workshops, seminars and online continuing education programs designed to meet your organisational needs
  • Delivery and Design of education programs that are eHealth content specific.
  • Health informatics research incl. doctoral student supervision
  • Training staff to train others in their area of expertise.

Who we are

GeHCo was founded by Dr Evelyn Hovenga, Heather Grain and Dr Heather Leslie - together they have over 85 years experience working in the health informatics domain. GeHCo works with world experts and leaders drawn from a wide network gathered through participation and leadership in various national and international health informatics standards development, projects work in Australia and overseas and tertiary education leadership across the breadth of health informatics.

Our collective academic experience includes curriculum and course development, research, leadership and participation in discipline/industry based competency standards development in collaboration with national and international discipline/industry experts.

An advisory committee oversees all GeHCo activities and makes recommendations to be considered by the Trustee according to agreed terms of reference and the Trust’s strategic goals. Each major project has its own advisory committee overseeing all aspects of and activities relating to that project. GeHCo uses eHealth Education’s online learning infrastructure.