AMIA 10x10 Testimonials

What Participants Say about AMIA 10x10 Health Informatics Online


As a research & development executive in the commercial sector, I felt the content and presentation were very good and practical for my use. As a university instructor in healthcare analytics, the content and presentation were the best I have ever experienced.

10x10 with Stanford University

I liked that the course was set up so that I could view the lectures, readings and assignments as it worked with my busy schedule. The content of the course was relevant to my work and to the current project I am working on at my work.

10x10 with IUPUI

I am relatively new to informatics and I learned things that I could immediately relate to/put into practice, etc.

10x10 with UAB

I enjoyed the accessibility and ease of the online course, and the prompt responses from the instructor.

10x10 with OHSU

Great content, really good powerpoint slides and I appreciated all the references and links embedded in the slides. I appreciated the book chapters and journal articles. Dr. Hersh is just an incredibly nice guy and really approachable and knowledgeable.

10x10 with OHSU in conjunction with the ACEP, 2018

I feel I received better education on informatics than 90% of the informaticians in my facility. I loved the flexibility of completing the training and the multiple ways to download or access the course materials.

10x10 with OHSU in conjunction with the Dietetic Association

This course helped me to understand what is going on in clinical informatics and why; and why the need for standardization.

10x10 with Duke University

Very informative, really helped me understand a lot of "talk" that has been going on around me that I was clueless about.

10x10 with OHSU, 2018

The course brought together many themes and threads from my prior work in clinical research, as a clinician, as a graduate of a clinical-research track MPH, and also as a scientist in general. I enjoyed the challenge to find commonality between fields that are typically not seen as intersecting.

10x10 with OHSU, 2018