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

November 5, 2018
11:30AM
1:00PM
EST
Fee: 
AMIA members-$75; Non-members-$150
Presenters: 
James J. Cimino, MD, FACMI

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.

The annual Biomedical and Health Informatics Year in Review will be organized around the themes of the AMIA Working Groups. The Working Groups have provided papers in their respective domains totaling over 90 contributions that represent the most influential or significant work published during the period of September 2017 through September 2018.  Summaries of these papers will be presented, with a focus on those with the highest impact, broadest interest, and more entertaining, in this 90-minute, multi-media event. With bioinformatics and clinical research informatics reviews presented at earlier AMIA conferences this year those domains will be less emphasized in this presentation, although some that have much to offer to domains such as clinical medicine and public health will be included.

Registration Information

After registering for the live stream webinar you will receive one confirmation email of your purchase. You will receive a second email informing you about login information. One hour before the live stream, you will receive login instructions and the webinar link. 

Speaker Information

James J. Cimino, MD
Director of Informatics Institute and Professor of Medicine
University of Alabama at Birmingham Informatics Institute and School of Medicine

Dr. Cimino is a practicing physician with board-certification in internal medicine and clinical informatics.  He has been involved in informatics since 1981, when he presented a paper at the Symposium on Computer Applications in Medicine – the fifth annual session of what is now the AMIA Annual Symposium.  His areas of research interest include knowledge and terminology representation, clinical decision support systems, research information systems, and electronic health records for use by clinicians and patients.  He was inducted into ACMI in 1992.