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On Demand

AMIA 10x10 with Oregon Health & Science University

Type:
AMIA 10x10
Course Level:
Introductory
Credits:
46.50
CME
Domains:
Clinical Informatics
The Department of Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology (DMICE) at Oregon Health & Science University will be offering another Biomedical Informatics Distance Learning Course as part of the AMIA 10x10 Program. The goal of this course is to provide a detailed overview of biomedical and health informatics to those who [...]
Live Virtual

JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - October 2021

Type:
Webinar
Credits:
1.00
CME
A likelihood-based convolution approach to estimate major health events in longitudinal health records data: an external validation study Author Lisiane Pruinelli, PhD, MS, RN, FAMIA, discusses this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Pruinelli L, Zhou J, Stai B, et al. A likelihood-based convolution approach to estimate major health events in [...]
Live Virtual

JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - September 2021

Type:
Webinar
Credits:
1.00
CME
Identifying risk of opioid use disorder for patients taking opioid medications with deep learning Author Fusheng Wang, PhD, discusses this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Dong X, Deng J, Rashidian S, et al. Identifying risk of opioid use disorder for patients taking opioid medications with deep learning. J Am Med [...]
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AMIA 10x10 with University of Alabama at Birmingham

Type:
AMIA 10x10
Course Level:
Introductory
Credits:
48.00
CME
Health Informatics The Health Informatics Program in the Department of Health Services Administration at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) offers a Health Informatics Distance Learning Course through the AMIA 10x10 Program. The AMIA 10x10 course is based on the course in the UAB Master of Science in Health [...]
On Demand

Your Attention Please! How Four Health Systems Approached the EHR Alert Burden on Clinicians

Type:
Course
Credits:
1.00
CME
Registration Deadline:
Electronic Health Record (EHR) alerts and alert fatigue, while widely recognized as a concern nationally, lack a corresponding action plan for management. In this activity, presenters representing a variety of United States health care institutions offer their experiences in addressing the alerting burden in EHRs. Presenters consider answers to the [...]
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