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AMIA 10x10 with University of Utah

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AMIA 10x10
Course Level:
Intermediate
Credits:
0.00
CME
Clinical Decision Support This course is now closed. This new contribution from the University of Utah to the AMIA 10x10 program is an in-depth course about Clinical Decision Support (CDS) tools, standards, and implementation. The course is designed and taught by leaders and experts in the field. The instructors are [...]
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JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - August 2022

Type:
Webinar
Combining human and machine intelligence for clinical trial eligibility querying Co-author Chunhua Weng discusses this month JAMIA Journal Club selection: Fang Y, Idnay B, Sun Y, Liu H, et al. Combining human and machine intelligence for clinical trial eligibility querying [published online ahead of print, 2022 April 15]. J Am [...]
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Let's Connect! AMIA Afternoon Break featuring Women in AMIA

Type:
Webinar
The "Let's Connect! AMIA Afternoon Break" webinar series connects members across the country and features one of AMIA's unique communities. This month's webinar features the Women in AMIA Steering Committee. Meet the committee members, find out what they do, and learn how you can get involved.
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Empowering the cancer continuum and beyond with integrated clinical data

Type:
Webinar
Cerner leaders discussed how they're using integrated data to impact patient care, empower organizations to improve operational performance and support therapeutic cancer research. Viewers learned how data sharing can enable clinicians, health systems and life sciences researchers to make informed decisions and draw impactful discoveries that support patients in their [...]
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JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - July 2022

Type:
Webinar
Demographic differences in willingness to share electronic health records in the All of Us Research Program Authors Cathryn Peltz-Rauchman and Christine Joseph discussed this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Joseph C, Tang A, Chesla D, Epstein M, et al. Demographic differences in willingness to share electronic health records in the [...]