- Accountable Care Organization (ACO) leaders and clinicians
- Clinical informatics executives and leaders involved in Health IT systems deployment, projects, programs, or initiatives.
- Clinical Informatics Board-Certified Diplomates
- Nursing, pharmacy and nutrition informatics professionals
- Financially Accountable Healthcare Executives
- Quality and Patient Safety professionals
After participating in iHealth 2016, the learner should be better able to:
- Participate in a unified community of practice of board-certified clinical informatics diplomates and applied clinical informatics professionals.
- Apply evidence-based models to improve planning and implementation of complex information systems related to patient engagement and population health.
- Investigate the use of analytics to impact big data decision making and precision medicine in the context of the Learning Health System (LHS).
- Assess and improve security, standards, HIE, and mHealth knowledge and strategies to improve interoperability and informatics infrastructure.
- Connect current US health policy ideas and laws to recent changes and potential disruptions of health care due to payment reform and value-based purchasing.
This live activity has been planned as a CME, nurse CE, and MOC-II activity (for diplomates in clinical informatics).
The American Medical Informatics Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENT
The American Medical Informatics Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 15.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
ABPM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Credit
The American Board of Preventive Medicine has approved iHealth 2016 Clinical Informatics Conference for a maximum of 12.0 Maintenance of Certification Lifelong Learning and Self Assessment (MOC LLSA) credits. This credit will be of relevance to Clinical Informatics diplomates.
The ABPM course ID number is 1322.
ABPM-approved MOC LLSA involves asking learners three multiple choice questions with a single best answer for every 60 minutes of instruction. Learners are to receive meaningful feedback in the form of an explanation of why the right answer is correct.
The American Board of Pathology (ABP) has approved AMIA as a provider for Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs). AMIA is committed to assist ABP diplomates with SAMs that contribute to a diplomate’s MOC activities.
A diplomate claiming CME credit through his amia.org account will need to claim credit type “MOC-II” first, then go on to claim regular CME credit. The CME certificate will note the total amount of credit, and will include a line that says how many of the total are MOC-II credits.
AMIA will track attendee MOC-II credits claimed through our system and report them to the ABPM and to the ABPath.
Continuing Education for Nurses
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Maryland Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Activity Approval Code: A15-80-0504-0421
Approved Contact Hours: 15.75
Deadline for claiming credit for this activity: June 6, 2016
The nurse planner for this activity is Deborah Ariosto, PhD, MSN, RN, Director, Patient Care Informatics/CNIO and Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Successful Completion for Nurses
Completion of this educational activity for Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) is demonstrated by your attendance at accredited sessions, completion of the global CE evaluation survey sent via email immediately after the activity, and verification of attendance through the participant’s electronic report of sessions attended.
The deadline for submitting requests for CE certificates is June 6, 2016.
After a processing period of about 4 weeks after this activity, during the week of June 6, 2016, the nurse participant will receive a CNE certificate via email from AMIA.
No commercial support was received for this activity.
Special Needs: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, AMIA seeks to make this conference accessible to all. If you have a disability which requires special accommodation, or if you have special dietary requests, please email: Lauren@amia.org
Instructions for Earning CME/CE Credit
CME site (MyAMIA) works best with IE 8 or above version, Chrome, and Firefox.
- Login to the AMIA Central
- Go to “My Events" under Membership/Activities
- Click “Apply for Credits" for this meeting
- Follow the instructions on the Credit Registration page.
- To print out your certificate, go to "My CME/CE Credits" under Membership/Activities.
- Nurses: Complete your CNE credit claim by June 6, 2016. You will receive your CNE certificate via email from AMIA.
- Physicians: Board-certified clinical informaticians should first claim MOC-II credit; then claim CME credits.
- Other attendees: if you require a certificate of participation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As a provider accredited by the ACCME, AMIA requires that everyone who is in a position to control the content of an educational activity disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest prior to the educational activity.
The ACCME considers relationships of the person involved in the CME activity to include financial relationships of a spouse or partner.
Faculty and planners who refuse to disclose relevant financial relationships will be disqualified from participating in the CME activity. For an individual with no relevant financial relationship(s), the participants must be informed that no conflicts of interest or financial relationship(s) exist.
AMIA uses a number of methods to resolve potential conflicts of interest, including: limiting content of the presentation to that which has been reviewed by one or more peer reviewers; ensuring that all scientific research referred to conforms to generally accepted standards of experimental design, data collection, and analysis; undertaking review of the educational activity by a content reviewer to evaluate for potential bias, balance in presentation, evidence-based content or other indicators of integrity, and absence of bias; monitoring the educational activity to evaluate for commercial bias in the presentation; and/or reviewing participant feedback to evaluate for commercial bias in the activity.
The following members of the iHealth 2016 Clinical Informatics Conference Planning Committee disclose that they do not have relevant financial relationships with commercial interests:
Deborah Ariosto, PhD, RN; Terrence Adam, RPh, PhD, MD; Jason Fratzke, RN, MSN; Paul Fu, MD; Annabaker Garber, RN, PhD; Chris Longhurst, MD; Dawn Milliner, MD
The following members of the iHealth 2016 Clinical Informatics Conference Planning Committee disclose that they do have relevant financial relationships with commercial interests:
|Name of individual and credentials||Name of commercial interest||Nature of relationship|
|Michael Weiner, DO, MSM, MSIST||IBM Healthcare||Employee|
|Bimal Desai, MD||Haystack Informatics||Consultant|
|Gail Latimer, MSN, RN||Cerner Corp||Employee|
Disclosure of Presenters/Faculty at iHealth 2016
The following presenters disclose that they do not have relevant financial relationships with commercial interests:
Oliver Aalami; Terrence Adam; Tom Aubel; James Benneyan; Barbara Berkovich; Travis Bond; Timothy Burdick; Thomas Clancy; Sarah Collins; Theresa Cullen; Angie Curry; Connie White Delaney; Patricia Dykes; Ravikumar Komandur Elayavilli; Alistair Erskine; William Feaster; JoEllen Frain; Paul Fu; Perry Gee; Joel Gordon; Krishnaj Gourab; Pouya Hemmati; Michael Hodgkins; Stan Huff; Charles Jaffe; Vinod Kaggal; Vaishnavi Kannan; Joseph Kannry; Rosemary Kennedy; Philip Kroth; Dingcheng Li; Lang Li; Hongfang Liu; Yan Liu; Laura McCrary; Santosh Mohan; Karen Monsen; Abu Mosa; Che Ngufor; Viet Nguyen; Quan Ni; Rema Padman; Mark Parkulo; Thomas Payne; Andrew Placona; John Poikonen; Lee Pyles; Cris Ross; Kumiko Schnock; Patricia Sengstack; Amy Sitapati; Dean Sittig; Kevin Smith; Sunghwan Sohn ; Cui Tao; Thankam Thyvalikakath; Andreas Tsakistos; Kim Unertl; Carl Vartian; Lynn Volk; Liwei Wang; Bonnie Westra; DuWayne Willett; Adam Wright; Christopher Yang; Bistra Zheleva.
The following presenters disclose that they do have relevant financial relationships with commercial interests:
|Name of individual and credentials||Name of commercial interest||Nature of relationship|
|Tara Borlawsky||Aver Inc; Signet Accel LLC;||Stock Shareholder (directly purchased):|
|Tara Borlawsky||Geisinger Health System; Philips Healthcare||Consultant|
THE CONTENT OF DR. CIPRIANO’S REMARKS IS NOT RELATED TO THE COMMERCIAL INTERESTS OF THE COMPANIES LISTED HERE.
|Dupont, Janssen Research and Development||Spouse, Ronald Turner, MD, receives research support from|
|Pam Cipriano||Glaxo Smith Kline, Pfizer, American Cleaning Institute, Proctor & Gamble, Janssen Research and Development.||Spouse, Ronald Turner, MD, consults for|
|Peter Embi||Signet Accel, LLC||Consultant|
|Tom Gurgiolo||Aver Informatics||Stock Shareholder (directly purchased):|
|Robert Hoyt||Informatics Education is an entity that receives money from our Health Informatics textbook. However, almost all proceeds are donated or granted out.||Other Financial or Material Support|
|Russ Leftwich||InterSystems Corporation||Other Financial or Material Support:|
|Michael Victoroff||Lynxcare, Inc.; Parity Computing, Inc.; Amara Health Analytics, Inc.||Stock Shareholder (directly purchased):|
No AMIA staff involved in planning content for this activity have relevant financial relationships with commercial interests: Dasha Cohen, Doug Fridsma, Lauren Koleszar, Pesha Rubinstein, Jeffery Smith, Jeffrey Williamson