CIBRC "After Dark"

Clinical Informatics Board Review Course – now available as a CME activity to all clinical informaticians

You don’t have to be a CMIO to think like one

Already a CMIO? Get up-to-date!

20+ online lectures on essential topics based on the Core Content in Clinical Informatics prepare you to think like a CMIO.

  • Listen to expert faculty
  • Download lectures and content
  • Learn cutting-edge content at your own pace
  • Earn 30 CME credits from AMIA, the clinical informatician’s professional home

Fundamentals

  • Clinical Informatics
  • The Health System

Clinical Decision Making and Care Process Improvement

  • Clinical Decision Support
  • Evidence-based Patient Care
  • Clinical Workflow Analysis, Process Redesign, and Quality Improvement

Health Information Systems

  • Information Technology Systems
  • Human Factors Engineering
  • Health Information Systems and Applications
  • Clinical Data Standards
  • Information System Lifecycle

Leading and Managing Change

  • Leadership, Models, Processes, and Practices
  • Effective Interdisciplinary Teams
  • Effective Communication
  • Project Management
  • Strategic and Financial Planning for Clinical Information Systems
  • Change Management 

Use board review materials taken by hundreds of clinical informaticians to remain competent in clinical informatics.

Who needs CIBRC After Dark?

  • Soon-to-be CMIOs
  • CNIOs
  • Nursing informatics directors
  • All techie docs – you know who you are!

CIBRC After Dark gives you the tools you need to stay current in the field.

CIBRC After Dark Topics:

  • History and Current State of Informatics
  • Ethics, Privacy, Legal, Regulatory and Financial Issues in Informatics
  • The Health System
  • Clinical Decision-Making
  • Applied Decision Support
  • Knowledge Acquisition and Use for Clinical Decision Support
  • Evidence-Based Practice and Information Retrieval
  • Workflow Analysis and Process Redesign and Change Management
  • Healthcare Quality Improvement
  • Computer Programming and Methods of Software Development
  • Systems, Databases, Networks
  • Security
  • Healthcare Data Reuse: Challenges and Strategies
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Health Information Systems and Applications
  • Clinical Informatics for Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
  • Clinical Data Standards
  • Implementation & Operation of Clinical Information Systems
  • Evaluation of Clinical Information Systems
  • Leadership Models, Processes and Practices
  • Building Effective Healthcare IT Teams/Effective Communications
  • Project Management
  • Strategic Planning for Clinical Information Systems

TESTIMONIALS

“While I have been doing clinical informatics for years, I have had no formal training and their course was the first didactic program I had attended.”
“I thought the review course was tremendous -I'd recommend it to anyone - test takers, and non-test takers”
“…absolutely outstanding work on the review course[s]!”