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This is where clinicians, data scientists, HIT developers and researchers gather to learn about implementing team-based, integrated healthcare driven by data, evidence, and best practice. This is the “doing conference” where workshops and presentations provide attendees tools to help them in their day-to-day practice. This is where evidence- and experience-based clinical informatics are explored to improve the quality and safety of health care.

We are particularly excited to bring the AMIA 2019 Clinical Informatics Conference (CIC) to Atlanta as we strive to facilitate collaboration between the clinical and public health informatics communities.

Last year, CIC experienced unprecedented growth and we are committed to continuing the momentum! CIC is truly unique. The intimate size, focused content, and productive format make it an unmatched networking opportunity and genuine home to the burgeoning field of clinical informatics.


The full program included presentations, workshops, panels, posters, and more.

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Celebrate the inaugural class of the Fellows of AMIA (FAMIA) a special induction ceremony for more than 100 AMIA members of the 2019 class.


Stephen K. Klasko, President, Thomas Jefferson University and John R. Lumpkin President of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation gave keynote speeches in Atlanta.


Scientific Program Committee

Meet the entire program team.

Ann O'Brien, RN, MSN, FHIMSS
Chief Nursing Informatics Officer
National Coordination Center
Feliciano "Pele" Yu, Jr., MD, MSHI, MSPH, FAMIA
Chief Medical Information Officer
Arkansas Children's Hospital