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Revolutionizing research: An EHR-enabled Learning Health Network

Widespread adoption of the EHR has led to a proliferation of the quantity of digitized health care data, but these data have not always translated into improved data quality. Despite increasing interest in using “real-world data” to power clinical research, most clinical trials and research protocols still rely on time-intensive, manual data entry. The power of the EHR remains largely untapped in clinical research. In this webinar, Dr. Ann Marie Navar and Dr.

Using Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Clinical Documentation Improvement

Clinical documentation improvement is important to physicians and hospitals to capture how sick patients truly are by documenting clear and specific diagnoses that impact the encounter, to document it while the patient is still in-house, and for the physician to be able to address it while they are in their workflow. This will show a true reflection of the time and resources used to treat the patient and thus be accurately reflected on discharge.

 

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AMIA 2019 Informatics Educators Forum - Program Chair's Tips for Successful Submissions

The AMIA 2019 Informatics Educators Forum provides an opportunity to learn state-of-the-art approaches and best practices in education, research, and training; and to build, support, and strengthen the academic informatics community.

Tune in on Monday, January 7, at 12:00 PM EST for a one hour webinar on what makes this conference different from other conferences. Program Chair, LaVerne Manos will describe the kinds of educational content the program committee is looking for.

Please bring your questions to the webinar. We will reserve time for Q&A during the webinar.

AMIA 2018 Livestream - Biomedical and Health Informatics Year in Review: Putting the Working Groups to Work

Participate in the Annual Symposium’s first ever livestreaming webinar! AMIA 2018 S22 Biomedical and Health Informatics Year in Review: Putting the Working Groups to Work will be presented live from the podium and as a webinar from Hilton San Francisco Union Square’s Plaza Ballroom by Dr. Jim Cimino.  The live-streaming version of this session is not eligible for CME/CE.

What's up with Women in AMIA?

Have you heard about the First Look program to introduce college women to AMIA? Are you interested in the salaries of informaticists across the country? Then you are interested in the work of the Women in AMIA. Join us to learn about what we are doing and where we are going. And join us to give your ideas about how Women in AMIA can help AMIA prosper through diverse members who are supported and empowered to reach their career goals.

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An Introduction and Overview of FAMIA

This webinar will provide background and context to the new Fellow of AMIA (FAMIA) Applied Informatics Recognition Program. Advisory Committee Co-Chairs Jeff Nielson and Sarah Collins will be joined by AMIA staff to discuss the Eligibility Criteria, FAMIA application process, and answer questions that members may have about the program.

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Jeff Nielson, MD, MS, FACEP
Sarah Collins, RN, PhD 
Jeff Smith, MPP

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