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American Medical Informatics Association joins AmericanEHR
PHILADELPHIA, February 20, 2013 -- The American Medical
Informatics Association (AMIA), the leading professional
association for informatics professionals, has joined AmericanEHR
Partners as a content provider, joining more than 20
professional societies that support the free online resource.
AmericanEHR Partners provides comprehensive information to
support clinicians in the selection and use of electronic health
records (EHR) in order to improve health care delivery. It was
founded by the American College of Physicians (ACP) and Cientis
"AMIA is one of the leading medical informatics groups and
brings a rich array of high quality content and expertise in health
information technology to AmericanEHR Partners," said Michael S.
Barr, MD, FACP, MBA, who leads ACP's Medical Practice,
Professionalism & Quality division. "As a content partner on
AmericanEHR Partners, AMIA will help us ensure that our users can
find an array of trusted content that is relevant to them as they
adopt and use health IT."
AmericanEHR content providers are not-for-profit organizations
with expertise in health care informatics that create neutral
educational content to support selection, adoption, and use of EHRs
by health care providers and their practice teams.
"AMIA is heavily invested in applied and operational informatics
education supporting clinicians," said Kevin M. Fickenscher, MD,
president and CEO, AMIA. "AMIA's partnership with AmericanEHR is a
perfect fit for outreach and education efforts."
About AmericanEHR PartnersAmericanEHR
Partners is a free online resource designed to aid the medical
community with the selection, implementation, and effective use of
health information technology and electronic health records.
AmericanEHR Partners was founded by the American College of
Physicians and Cientis Technologies and is supported by 16 medical
societies and five health IT organizations with a combined
membership of more than 700,000 clinicians, representing over 65
percent of physicians in the U.S. It does not endorse any
electronic health record vendor. For more information on
AmericanEHR Partners, visit www.americanehr.com.
About the American College of Physicians
The American College of Physicians is the largest
medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician
group in the United States. ACP members include 133,000 internal
medicine physicians (internists), related subspecialists, and
medical students. Internal medicine physicians are specialists who
apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis,
treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum
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About the American Medical Informatics
AMIA, the leading professional association for informatics
professionals, serves as the voice of the nation's top biomedical
and health informatics professionals and plays an important role in
medicine, health care, and science, encouraging the use of data,
information and knowledge to improve both human health and delivery
of healthcare services. More about AMIA is online at www.amia.org.