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1 bsm 11/11 AAMC Denver, CO 11/11 Benson S. Munger, PhD Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center University of Arizona

2 A New Subspecialty bsm 11/11

3 The Growth and Importance of Informatics in Medicine Growing Physician Demand for Informatics Training bsm 11/11

4 Identified Need for Clinical Leadership in Informatics Need for Standardized Training and Certification bsm 11/11

5 2005 American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Identified Demand for Informatics Training Sets Goal of Subspecialty in Clinical Informatics 2007 Support from the Robert Wood Foundation to Develop Subspecialty Documents bsm 11/11

6 Two Required Documents 1. Core Content 2. Draft Training Requirements bsm 11/11 Accelerated Work Plan – 18 months Electronic Distribution and Collection of Stakeholder Comments with Multiple Iterations

7 Defines the Subspecialty of Clinical Informatics Explains how Clinical Informatics relates To Medicine Provides a Framework for the Certification Examination bsm 11/11

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9 Based on the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Requirements Defines the Specific Educational Requirements of a Program Experiences Rotations References to the Core Content bsm 11/11 Template for Accreditation of Training Programs

10 Defining the Medical Subspecialty of Clinical Informatics. Don E Detmer, John R Lumpkin, Jeffrey J Williamson. JAMIA 2009;16: doi: /jamia.M3094 AMIA Board White Paper: Core Content for the Subspecialty of Clinical Informatics. Reed M Gardner, J Marc Overhage, Elaine B Steen, Benson S Munger, John H Holmes, Jeffrey J Williamson, Don E Detmer, for the AMIA Board of Directors. JAMIA 2009;16: doi: /jamia.M3045 AMIA Board White Paper: Program Requirements for Fellowship Education in the Subspecialty of Clinical Informatics. Charles Safran, M Michael Shabot, Benson S Munger, John H Holmes, Elaine B Steen, John R Lumpkin, Don E Detmer, for the AMIA Board of Directors. JAMIA 2009;16: doi: /jamia.M3046 bsm 11/11

11 Requires Approval by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Requires a Primary Board Sponsor(s) 2009 The American Board of Preventive Medicine Agrees to be the Primary Sponsor 2010 ABPM Submits a Formal Application to ABMS bsm 11/11

12 Co-Sponsor Interest by the American Board of Pathology and Others bsm 11/11 September, 2011 Approval of the Subspecialty of Clinical Informatics

13 Development of the Examination Responsibility of the ABPM First examination possible in 2013 Credentialing the Responsibility of ABPM or each Primary Board bsm 11/11

14 Program Accreditation Responsibility of the ACGME Program Information Forms (PIF) Likely Available in 2012 Accredited Programs Likely Available in 2013 bsm 11/11

15 Medical Degree + Current/Valid State Medical License + ABMS Member Board Certification (24) Completion of an Accredited Clinical Informatics Program + either

16 Practice Track Normally Available for 5 years Requires Some Demonstration and verification of Actual Practice Contact Your Primary Board or ABPM bsm 11/11

17 1. Do Physician Really Want to be the Clinical Informatics Leaders in Medicine? 2. Will Institutions Create Sufficient Numbers of Training Programs? 3. Who Will Provide Organizational Leadership to the Subspecialty? bsm 11/11

18 Potential AAMC Roles? Medical School/Teaching Hospital Level Use of Training Options to Supply Workforce Support of GME Programs Departments of Clinical Informatics Inclusion of BMI training in medical school curriculums

19 bsm 11/11 Potential AAMC Roles? AAMC National Level Education Panel Webinars Other Networking Formal AAMC Support Groups and Functions


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