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  • What is Biomedical Informatics?
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  • www.amia.org Biomedical Informatics Biomedical informatics (BMI) is the interdisciplinary field that studies and pursues the effective uses of biomedical data, information, and knowledge for scientific inquiry, problem solving, and decision making, motivated by efforts to improve human health.
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  • www.amia.org Biomedical Informatics: Corollaries to the Definition 1.BMI develops, studies and applies theories, methods and processes for the generation, storage, retrieval, use, and sharing of biomedical data, information, and knowledge. 2.BMI builds on computing, communication and information sciences and technologies and their application in biomedicine.
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  • www.amia.org Biomedical Informatics: Corollaries to the Definition 3.BMI investigates and supports reasoning, modeling, simulation, experimentation and translation across the spectrum from molecules to populations, dealing with a variety of biological systems, bridging basic and clinical research and practice, and the healthcare enterprise. 4.BMI, recognizing that people are the ultimate users of biomedical information, draws upon the social and behavioral sciences to inform the design and evaluation of technical solutions and the evolution of complex economic, ethical, social, educational, and organizational systems.
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  • Biomedical Informatics in Perspective Basic Research Applied Research And Practice Biomedical Informatics Methods, Techniques, and Theories Bioinformatics Clinical Informatics Imaging Informatics Public Health Informatics Biomedical Informatics Bioinformatics
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  • www.amia.org Interdisciplinary Nature of Biomedical Informatics Biomedical Informatics Cognitive Science & Decision Making Management Sciences Clinical Sciences Basic Biomedical Sciences Epidemiology And Statistics Bioengineering Computer Science (hardware) Computer Science (software)
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  • Biomedical Informatics Textbook (4 th edition) Springer Verlag - 2013
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  • Biomedical Informatics in Perspective Basic Research Applied Research And Practice Biomedical Informatics Methods, Techniques, and Theories Imaging Informatics Clinical Informatics Bioinformatics Public Health Informatics Molecular and Cellular Processes Tissues and Organs Individuals (Patients) Populations And Society Biomedical Informatics Health Informatics Health Informatics
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  • Biomedical Informatics in Perspective Basic Research Applied Research And Practice Biomedical Informatics Methods, Techniques, and Theories Imaging Informatics Clinical Informatics Bioinformatics Public Health Informatics Molecular and Cellular Processes Tissues and Organs Individuals (Patients) Populations And Society Continuum with Fuzzy Boundaries Biomolecular Imaging Consumer Health Pharmaco- genomics
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  • Biomedical Informatics in Perspective Basic Research Applied Research And Practice Biomedical Informatics Methods, Techniques, and Theories Imaging Informatics Clinical Informatics Bioinformatics Public Health Informatics Molecular and Cellular Processes Tissues and Organs Individuals (Patients) Populations And Society Continuum with Fuzzy Boundaries Clinical Translational Science
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  • Biomedical Informatics in Perspective Biomedical Informatics Methods, Techniques, and Theories Applied Informatics Clinical or Biomedical Domain of Interest Contributes to. Draws upon. Computer Science Draw upon. Contribute to... Decision Science Cognitive Science Information Sciences Management Sciences Other Component Sciences
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  • Education of Biomedical Informatics Researchers Basic Research Applied Research Biomedical Informatics Methods, Techniques, and Theories Bioinformatics Imaging Informatics Clinical Informatics Public Health Informatics Education and Experience at Both Levels Contributions Expected
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  • An Envisioned Cycle That Ties Patient Care with Knowledge Creation and Dissemination Providers Caring for Patients Electronic Health Records Regional and National Public Health and Disease Registries Biomedical and Clinical Research Information, Decision-Support, and Order-Entry Systems Creation of Protocols, Guidelines, and Educational Materials Standards for Prevention and Treatment A Learning Healthcare System
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  • BMI and HIT Biomedical Informatics Training, Research and Development Academia Research Institutes Corporate Research Labs Clinical Systems Companies Academic Medical Centers Hospitals, Health Systems, Practices, Healthcare Industry Biomedical Research Community PEOPLEIDEASSOFTWAREMETHODS
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  • BMI and HIT Biomedical Informatics Training, Research and Development Academia Research Institutes Corporate Research Labs Clinical Systems Companies Academic Medical Centers Hospitals, Health Systems, Practices, Healthcare Industry Synergies
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  • BMI and HIT
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  • AMIA: The Professional Home for Biomedical and Health Informatics