• Virtual CIC Networking Events - Wednesday, May 20 @ 4:30 - 5:30 pm PDT / 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

    The AMIA Clinical Informatics Conference has always been known for its combination of stellar content and excellent networking opportunities. For the 2020 AMIA VCIC we’ve created a series of virtual networking opportunities open to all registrants. Each of the four sessions will be co-hosted by members of the VCIC Program Committee and AMIA Staff.  Program Committee members will moderate topical discussion and foster connections to amongst attendees of the VCIC.

    The VCIC is presented via Conference Now.

    • Direct link to the VCIC platform:
    • Registrants received an email with this link and your login information.
    • This is the access point to all VCIC sessions and networking events.
    • Sessions are listed in PDT.
  • NEW Online Education Module on Reducing Clinician Burden in the EHR

    Reducing Burden: Evidence-based Solutions for Improving Clinicians' EHR Experiences

    Clinicians must be clinically productive and try to maximize face-to-face time with patients, all while using imperfect and sub-optimized EHR systems. Three of the highest contributors to EHR burden are documentation, chart review, and inbox tasks. Tune in to learn about projects designed to improve clinician experiences in these areas from subject matter experts Tom Payne, Genevieve Melton-Meaux, and Hardeep Singh. Moderated by Chris Dymek.

    Certified for 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1™ credits.

    Fee: $50 Members, $80 Non-members

    Registration now at


  • Monthly Policy Update: March 20 @ 12pm ET

    This month we’ll discuss the newly released final rule from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT and a small bus-full of responses to the White House on AI regulatory principles, data depositories, and public access policy. 

    Join the Policy team at 12pm ET, March 20, 2019 and every 3rd Friday of the month from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET.

    Click here to download the calendar invite.

  • CIC Call for Participation

    CIC Call for Participation Now Open!

    AMIA invites you to submit your proposals, ideas, and experiences for the 2020 Clinical Informatics Conference! 

    CIC is making a mark on healthcare. This is where practitioners in health informatics including physicians, nurses, physician assistants, technicians, HIT developers, data analysts, C-suite executives, and all members of the healthcare team come together and share what they know and what they’re doing to create progress.

    Our collective goal is to advance healthcare systems driven by data, evidence, and best practice with the explicit purpose of creating better health information technologies.

    This is our fastest-growing meeting. With a loyal following of repeat attendees and new attendees doubling and tripling our expectations, CIC is proving itself to be a genuine home to the burgeoning field of applied clinical informatics. 

    Present, network, and share with fellow clinicians, data scientists, and HIT developers – you’ll be giving your colleagues invaluable tools to help in their day-to-day practice.

    Topic Areas (below) and Keywords

    • Usability, Efficiency, and Experience 
    • Clinical Decision Support and Analytics 
    • Learning Health System 
    • Interoperability and Informatics Infrastructure
    • Leadership, Advocacy, and Policy

    Your submission(s) can be for a workshop, a panel, a presentation, an ignite-style talk, or a poster. We look forward to seeing your ideas!

  • AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium Early Bird Deadline

    The AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium registration is open for business! Don't miss out on your exclusive members-only rate. The early bird deadline is August 29.

  • Call for Nominations: AMIA Board of Directors and Working Group Leaders

    Only 2 Weeks Left!

    Self-nominate or recommend other qualified members to nominate themselves. Candidates will be required to complete the online Biographical Information Form and upload a photograph of themselves.

    The Nominating Committee welcomes nominations for the following positions:

    • Board Treasurer
    • Board Secretary
    • Director (4 positions open)
    Working Group Leadership opportunities
    AMIA’s 25 working groups offer excellent opportunities for young informatics professionals to gain early career leadership experience and longer-term AMIA members to share valuable knowledge and perspective as leaders.

    For questions about board elections, send a message to Phyllis Burchman, Director of Office Operations and Human Resources,

    For questions about working group elections, send a message to Kelly Taylor, Program Manager, Member Services and Engagement,

    Nominate today! Deadline: June 28.