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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.
AMIA is the professional home for clinical informatics and physicians Certified in the Medical Subspecialty of Clinical Informatics. The Physicians in AMIA group leads and represents the professional interests of all CI Diplomates.
ACMI is a college of elected Fellows from the U.S. and abroad who have made significant and sustained contributions to the field of medical informatics. It is the central body for a community of scholars and practitioners who are committed to advancing the informatics field.
The mission of the Dental Informatics Working Group is to serve as the focus for individuals and organizations with interest or involvement in health informatics with an emphasis on dental informatics.
Biomedical imaging is vital to patient care and increasingly prevalent in the basic sciences. Biomedical imaging informatics is a rapidly growing discipline that focuses on optimally accessing and using images, knowledge, and data associated with images in research and clinical care.
The purpose of Clinical Decision Support Working Group is to gather AMIA members sharing an interest in clinical decision support for in-person and electronic discussions, share ideas and experiences in this area, and help organize clinical decision support activities at AMIA meetings.
The Clinical Research Informatics Working Group's mission is to advance the discipline of Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) by fostering interaction, discussion and collaboration among individuals and groups involved or interested in the practice and study of CRI, and to serve as the home for CRI professionals within AMIA.
Ethical, legal, and social issues related to health information technology are emerging as central issues. All are within the purview of AMIA’s Ethical, Legal and Social Issues Working Group, where a range of issues are discussed related to health information technology and systems.