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With the organization of an AMIA working group focused on the informatics problems in intensive care we would bring together the expertise of clinicians, researchers, engineers, programmers and business personnel to move forward to achieve goal: improving outcome of critically ill and injured patients with help of medical informatics.

The specific objectives of the Intensive Care Informatics Working group are:

  1. To facilitate interaction between healthcare providers, researchers, engineers, programmers and companies interested in collaborative research in the acute care setting.
  2. Organize and maintain a network of people and organizations interested in acute care informatics research.
  3. To act as a liaison between AMIA and WG interests and establish productive relationships with other specialty groups and scientific organizations that have an expressed interest in informatics. Promote and establish “Affiliate WG membership” with “sister” organizations.
  4. Produce educational programs (lectures, tutorial sand workshops) specific to the field of clinical informatics in intensive care.
  5. Develop and maintain up-to-date, state-of-the-art reference resources on the topic of interest (web and paper based).



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Chair 2023-2024
Professor of Neurosurgery, Pathology, and Biomedical Engineering
Univsersity of Wisconsin Madison SMPH
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Vignesh Subbian, PhD

Past Chair 2023
Associate Professor
University of Arizona
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Lillie Dash, M.S. Health Informatics

Vice Chair for Dissemination and Communication 2023-2024
Dash Media Holdings
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James Blum, MD

Vice Chair for Research 2023-2024
University of Iowa


  • Performing: Working Group has high level of engagement and output (workshops, papers, webinars)
  • Networking: Working Group has internal and external networking opportunities for members (mentorship programs, social events, collaboration)
  • Developing: New Working Group or revitalizing efforts to grow membership (recruitment efforts, leadership)
Performing: 60%
Networking: 25%
Developing: 15%

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