Brian Alper created DynaMed, a clinical reference tool for physicians and other health care professionals for use at the point-of-care. Brian has facilitated commercial development of reference tools for nurses, allied health professionals and patients, and has advanced the global community with methods for guideline development (RAPADAPTE), evidence assessment (GRADE Working Group), shared decision making (Option Grid), clinical decision support (HL7), and mobilizing computable biomedical knowledge (EBMonFHIR). Today Brian collaborates with groups across the globe through the COVID-19 Knowledge Accelerator and leads Computable Publishing LLC to make science machine-interpretable.
Fellows of AMIA (FAMIA)
FAMIA stands for “Fellow of the American Medical Informatics Association” and it recognizes the contributions and professional accomplishments of AMIA members who apply informatics skills and knowledge to their practice – be that in a clinical setting, a public or population health capacity, or as a clinical researcher.