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This hands-on fellowship career track provides an ideal opportunity to expand your knowledge and experience through the application of information technology to the clinical world of medicine.
Program Director: Dr. John T. (JT) Finnell
Program Coordinator: Emily Mitchell
Program Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our current fellowship offerings include the following programs:
On February 23, 2012, theannounced that an Indianapolis couple is contributed funds to support a two year research fellowship in biomedical informatics. The anonymous gift works in tandem with funds from the Regenstrief Institute to establish the program. The fellowship is known as the Mamlin-McDonald Biomedical Informatics Fellowship and it focuses on improving processes of care in the new Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital and Eskenazi Health campus by the effective use of health information technology.
Justin Morea, DO, was awarded the Mamlin-McDonald Fellowship in July 2012 and will continue in the program through June 30, 2014. Doctor Morea conducts research on biomedical informatics at Wishard Memorial Hospital and, in his final term, at the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital and its affiliated outpatient services.
Doctor Morea also practices at Wishard and Eskenazi, both in the hospital and in the community health centers, providing direct service to the most vulnerable patients in the community. H ehas been named associate chief medical information officer at Wishard and is deeply engaged in day-to-day activities within the health system, employing clinical informatics to improve the quality, efficiency, and outcomes of patient care.
Clinical Informatics Fellowship
Clinical informaticians transform health care through analyzing, designing, implementing, and evaluating information and communication systems that enhance individual and population health outcomes, improve patient care, and strengthen the clinician-patient relationship. Recognizing the need for physicians who are board-certified in clinical informatics, the Regenstrief Institute is partnering with surrounding health care facilities to develop a Clinical Informatics Fellowship which incorporates each of the four core content categories, as approved by the AMIA Board of Directors in November 2008:
- Clinical Decision Making and Care Process Improvement
- Health Information Systems
- Leadership and Management of Change
This hands-on fellowship provides an ideal opportunity to expand your knowledge and experience through the application of information technology to the clinical world of medicine.
The Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI) is a global collaborative research and learning organization, developing and evaluating innovative informatics solutions to improve patient care and translate these solutions into cost-effective, operational systems, including a dynamic electronic medical record system.
Health Services Research (HSR) works to improve healthcare delivery and health outcomes of patients through research on patient safety, quality of care, patient-provider communication strategies, applied health information technologies, system redesign, and medical education research.
The Indiana University Center for Aging Research (IUCAR) develops, tests, and implements innovative strategies to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare and self-care for medically and socially vulnerable older adults.