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Updated June 29, 2023

The AMIA Board of Directors is responsible for oversight for all official AMIA conferences to:

  • Assure meetings are compatible with the content and strategic foci of the association including vision, mission, and values
  • Ensure that the meetings are conducted in a fiscally responsible manner consistent with approved annual budget for each activity
  • Approve recommendations to changes in policies, procedures, or the structure or scope of AMIA major conferences including the Informatics Summit, Clinical Informatics Conference, and Annual Symposium

Upcoming Conferences and Courses

Event Date Location Contract Signed
2024 ACMI Symposium February 8-11, 2024 Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Waikoloa Beach, Hawai Jul. 2023
2024 Informatics Summit Mar. 18-21, 2024 Boston Park Plaza, Boston, MA Feb. 2019
2024 Clinical Informatics Conference May 21-23, 2024 Hilton Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MN May 2023
2024 Annual Symposium Nov. 9-13, 2024 Hilton San Francisco Union Square, San Francisco, CA Aug. 2018
2025 Annual Symposium Nov. 15-19, 2025 Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA Mar. 2022
2026 Annual Symposium Nov. 7-11, 2026 Hilton Anatole, Dallas, TX Dec. 2018
2027 Annual Symposium Nov. 6-10, 2027 Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, CA Dec. 2018
2029 Annual Symposium Nov. 3-9, 2029 Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans, LA Dec. 2018
2030 Annual Symposium Nov. 16-20, 2030 Hilton Chicago, Chicago, IL Aug. 2020

Conference Site Selection Process

The AMIA follows a conference site selection process approved by the Board of Directors on May 22, 2023, that includes the following steps:

  • AMIA staff develops a preliminary list of meeting locations for each AMIA major conference, issues an RFP, and collates all responses in a comparison table with venue terms and estimated costs for presentation to AMIA leadership.
  • The Board of Directors eliminates venue proposals that do not support conference needs or meet AMIA’s expectations, including the ability to accomplish programmatic goals within the meeting budget, the ability to attract attendance and participation, compatibility with guiding ethical principles (JAMIA, C.U. Lehmann et al, May 2022), and the ability to deliver a meeting experience that is safe and affordable for attendees.
  • The Board of Directors prioritizes the factors to guide negotiations for the final site selection.
  • AMIA staff negotiate with remaining candidate sites and select final site based on assigned priorities.
  • The conference site selection is reported to AMIA Board of Directors.

Venue Selection Timeline

Venues for AMIA activities are currently confirmed prior to the event according to the following guideline:

  • Annual Symposium: 4-5 years
  • Informatics Summit and Clinical Informatics Summit: 1-3 years
  • ACMI Symposium and CIBRC: 9-12 months

Timelines for selection of meetings sites are approximate guidance. The staff advise the Board of Directors if adjustments to the guidelines need to be changed based on market conditions.


Questions about AMIA conferences can be directed to the AMIA Meetings Team.