ACMI Fellows

Year Elected:
2018

Dr. David Vawdrey is an important informatics leader, functioning as a successful senior executive while excelling in research. As a Vice President at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Founding Director of the Value Institute, he leads a 100+ analytics team. He has >90 publications, multiple...

Year Elected:
2017

Dr. Vreeman is an internationally recognized expert in clinical data standards. For more than a decade he has led the development of LOINC, a universal standard for identifying health measurements, observations, and documents. Under his leadership LOINC has become an essential informatics...

Year Elected:
1994
Year Elected:
2004

After completing his education (BS in biology, SUNYat Stony Brook; MD, NYU School of Medicine), Dr. Wagner practiced internal medicine from 1979 to 1988 at Baltimore City Hospital, Bellevue Hospital, and with the Hawaii Permanente Medical Group. He then moved to Pittsburgh where he received...

Year Elected:
2007

Dr. Wald received his bachelor's degree in psychology and biology from Dartmouth, his MD from Brown, and an MPH from Harvard. He undertook a Fellowship in Clinical Computing in the Harvard graduate training program, while working as a developer of the electronic medical record (EMR) system at...

Year Elected:
1985

Richard F. Walters is a Professor at the University of California, Davis (UCD), which he joined in 1967. His appointments are in Medical Informatics (which he founded and which is in the School of Medicine at UCD), and in Computer Science (in the College of Engineering, where he serves as its...

Year Elected:
1984
Deceased: 2012

Bio courtesy University of Utah: Dr. Homer R. Warner is considered one of the fathers of medical informatics. He pioneered many aspects of computer applications in medicine. In the mid-1950’s, Dr. Warner began working on clinical decision support technology in the cardiology department...

Year Elected:
2003

Trained in nursing at the University of Hawaii and Texas Women's University, Dr. Judy Warren returned to Hawaii to earn a PhD in educational psychology in 1987. She then headed back to the mainland to join the faculty of nursing at the University of Nebraska in Omaha, where she refined her...

Year Elected:
1984
Deceased: 2017
Year Elected:
2009

Dr Weiner received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Kentucky, a Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Cincinnati, and a PhD in Higher Education, Social & Philosophical Studies, from the University of Kentucky. She joined the faculty of the University...

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