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The Annual Symposium builds on more than 45 years of sharing research and insights for leveraging health information and cutting-edge technologies to improve human health. Scientific evidence is the language of trust in healthcare, and this year’s theme is Informatics: Building the Evidence Base.

Among many other things, 2020 made us aware of the value of our community – a community that we have missed: colleagues, mentors, experts, and students with a shared interest in informatics. The past few years demonstrated the necessity in our country for access to information to improve health and health care, and the need for professionals to use and apply that information to transform health care.

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Call for Participation

Open calls

Regardless of whether you are a longtime attendee, young professional or even a high school student, AMIA invites you share your knowledge and expertise at this year's annual Symposium.
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Reconnect with colleagues, meet first-time attendees, and establish new connections. AMIA offers numerous opportunities for attendees to network throughout the week.
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The Annual Symposium attracts more than 2300 participants. Explore partnership opportunities and choose the right package for your organization.


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November 7-8

The Linking Informatics and Education Academic Forum (LIEAF) provides an opportunity for all symposium attendees to explore best practices in education, research, and training and connect with the academic informatics community.
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Washington Hilton Hotel

The Washington Hilton hotel in Washington, DC is a contemporary urban retreat situated on several acres near Dupont Circle in the heart of the nation's capital. Book your room today!
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Apply by Aug. 22

Student members may receive waived registration in exchange for volunteering to be room monitor at workshops, plenary sessions, and scientific sessions.
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Childcare will be available November 5-9 onsite through The Kids Camp. Children can participate in age-appropriate activities including arts and crafts projects, active games and more.




Scientific Program Committee Leadership


Gretchen Purcell Jackson, MD, PhD, FACS, FACMI, FAMIA
AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium Chair
Intuitive Surgical, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
William Brown, III, PhD, DrPH, MA
AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium Vice Chair
University of California San Francisco
Pei-Yun (Sabrina) Hsueh, PhD, FAMIA
AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium Vice Chair
Bayesian Health
Hojjat Salmasian, MD, MPH, PhD
AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium Vice Chair
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Max Topaz, PhD, RN
AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium Vice Chair
Columbia University School of Nursing
Rong Xu, PhD, FACMI
AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium Vice Chair
Case Western Reserve University
Genevieve Melton-Meaux, MD, PhD, FACMI
AMIA 2023 Annual Symposium Chair
University of Minnesota

Meet the entire Scientific Program Committee 

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AMIA members save $400 on registration for the 2022 Annual Symposium now through August  25.

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