Board of Directors
AMIA is overseen by a Board of Directors, all of whom are highly respected, nationally recognized informatics leaders. Supported by dozens of committees that provide recommendations, the Board guides AMIA’s policies and objectives and publishes periodic summaries of board work for members.
A number of committees form AMIA's infrastructure to oversee various functions within the organization.
These groups meet throughout the year and in person once a year.
Full-time, career-status staff run day-to-day operations remotely from all across the United States.
In 2020 AMIA adopted a new five-year strategic plan—to guide the organization and its members into the next era of informatics. We’ve worked over the last few years to elicit insights and input from AMIA members—both formally and informally—and applied it in developing the plan.
Code of Ethics
AMIA has had a long-standing interest in promoting a strong ethical framework for its members. In an effort to keep pace with the intrinsic dynamism of the field itself, the code presented is a dynamic document. It will evolve as the field itself evolves.
Bylaws and Policies
The AMIA Board of Directors is responsible for guiding AMIA’s policies and objectives. The Board is the principle policy making body of AMIA as set forth in the AMIA bylaws and articles of incorporation.