AMIA is positioned to move informatics education forward and to make informatics a widely recognized profession. AMIA provides various levels of education to provide high-value, practical information that addresses multiple emerging informatics roles and responsibilities. AMIA relies on a broad-based, inclusive approach to support workforce development and training of new professionals. It also supports informatics professionals, academics, industry professionals, and the educational needs of non-professionals.

AMIA’s educational programs cluster around the five domains it supports and timely issues central to informatics, including --but not limited to-- Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records, data stewardship, workforce training, data privacy and security, and unintended consequences.

AMIA’s additional programs support various specialized interest groups and networks that help expand the reach of its thought leadership.