Informatics Committee

Informatics

Informatics Leaders

Chair

DJ Apakama, MD

Mt Sinai School of Medicine
New York
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Chair-Elect

Chris Libby, MD

North Florida Regional
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Vice Chair

Yuya Burkhart, MD

Morsani College of Medicine

Vice Chair

Fran Riley, MD

Maimonides Medical Center

Staff Liaison

Todd Downing

Web Product Manager
Contact Todd

Director of Technology

Nick Salerno, MD

Louisiana State University
Contact Nick

Chair

DJ Apakama, MD

Mt Sinai School of Medicine
New York
Contact DJ

Chair-Elect

Chris Libby, MD

North Florida Regional
Contact Chris

Vice Chair

Yuya Burkhart, MD

Morsani College of Medicine

Vice Chair

Fran Riley, MD

Maimonides Medical Center

Staff Liaison

Todd Downing

Web Product Manager
Contact Todd

Director of Technology

Nick Salerno, MD

Louisiana State University
Contact Nick

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NLM Biomedical Informatics Research Training Programs

The U.S. National Library of Medicine currently recognizes 16 biomedical informatics training programs. These programs offer graduate education and postdoctoral research experiences in a wide range of areas including: health care informatics, translational bioinformatics, clinical research informatics, and public health informatics.

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Medical Informatics Organizations

American Medical Informatics Association

AMIA

As a resident, you get joint memberships in both EMRA and ACEP - so make sure you're aware and informed of what the ACEP Informatics Section is doing!

When you set up your EMRA/ACEP membership, you get (2) section memberships for free - one to the ACEP Young Physician Section, and one of your choice. Why not make that choice Informatics?

Additional ACEP section fees are half off - only $20

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EMRA Fellowship Guide

Chapter 12 Informatics Fellowship

The Accrediting Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) defines this fellowship as “the subspecialty of all medical specialties that transforms health care by analyzing, designing, implementing, and evaluating information and communication systems to improve patient care, enhance access to care, advance individual and population health outcomes, and strengthen the clinicianpatient relationship.”

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Additional External Informatics Articles

Cybersecurity Concerns and Medical Devices

Kramer DB, Fu K.
JAMA Online First 10/18/2017
This Viewpoint uses a 2017 US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) safety communication about the vulnerability of some cardiac pacemakers to malware to discuss medical device data security and patient

Please Click Here to Reset Your Password

Ryan Radecki
Emergency Medicine Literature of Note 3/13/2019
Please enter your social security number and the last four digits of your credit card to complete the process. Your credentials could not be confirmed. Please enter your mother’s maiden name, the

I am Dr. Nicholas Genes, pioneer in social media and clinical informatics: How I Work Smarter

Michelle Lin, MD
ALiEM 1/11/2015
There are early adopters of social media, clinical informatics, and educational technologies, and then there’s Dr. Nick Genes – a man wise beyond his years. Nick had one of the very first blogs in

Continued US Investment to Sustain Momentum Toward Global Health Security

Nuzzo JB, Cicero AJ, Inglesby TV.
JAMA Online First 11/30/2017
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of the United States’ commitment to support the Global Health Security Agenda to help protect the nation and the world from epidemic disease.

You’ve Got (Troponin) Mail

Ryan Radecki
Emergency Medicine Literature of Note 5/16/2017
It’s tragic, of course, no one in this generation will understand the epiphany of logging on to America Online and being greeted by its almost synonymous greeting “You’ve got mail!” But, we and

Continued US Investment to Sustain Momentum Toward Global Health Security

Nuzzo JB, Cicero AJ, Inglesby TV.
JAMA Online First 11/30/2017
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of the United States’ commitment to support the Global Health Security Agenda to help protect the nation and the world from epidemic disease.