Registrations are now open for Data4Impact, a two-day event on how to use data strategy to achieve better health and wellbeing outcomes for whānau.
Data4Impact is organised by the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency and will showcase insights from academia, the public sector and other like-minded organisations that are using data solutions to maximise their social impact.
Every two years, the commissioning agency holds a hui that brings together hundreds of specialists from various fields who share a common goal: working towards improved wellbeing for those they serve.
“The next step in the Whānau Ora journey involves harnessing the power of data to help us create greater intergenerational change for, by and with whānau,” says Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency’s COO Awerangi Tamihere.
“Attendees can expect an outstanding line-up of local and international speakers, live demos of the latest software solutions, practical workshops and great networking opportunities,” she adds.
“Join us to build on your existing data strategy and take your place at the leading edge of social impact.”