The Department of Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology (DMICE) is one of 27 academic departments in the School of Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). 

The mission of DMICE is to provide leadership, discovery and dissemination of knowledge in clinical informatics, clinical epidemiology, and bioinformatics / computational biology. This mission is fulfilled through programs of research, education, and service.

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National Library of Medicine: Past, Present, and Future - This week I am off to a meeting I look forward to every ... http://t.co/7hCHQAuxqQ

Annual Reflections at the End of 2014 - It has become a tradition for me in this blog to post some reflections in ... http://t.co/v30TMZvmrO

Education in Informatics: Distinct Yet Integrative - One of the challenges we face in informatics education is how... http://t.co/q6CkiyJzpf

Accolades for the Informatics Professor - Fall, 2014 Update - As always, I am pleased to share periodically with r... http://t.co/rJsbgN1gk0

Ten Years of 10x10 ("Ten by Ten") - The completion of the most recent offering of the 10x10 ("the by ten") course ... http://t.co/2FSdSzvHFB

The Year in Review of Biomedical and Health Informatics - 2014 http://t.co/xnJLDEXtV0

Congratulations to the OHSU team who won the 2014 AMIA Student Design Challenge today!

Continued Concerns for Building Capacity for the Clinical Informatics Subspecialty - 2014 Update http://t.co/13ZAjuWvCg

Ebola is a Reason for Implementing ICD-10, or is it? What is the Role of Coding in the Modern EHR Era? http://t.co/hTR8o4AO73

Two Recent Research Briefs Reiterate the Need for Clinical Decision Support http://t.co/yAmh7oVByY

Beyond Prediction: Data Analytics/Data Science/Big Data Must Demonstrate Value http://t.co/wXr6Xc0t9h

OHSU Clinical Informatics Fellowship Accredited and Accepting Applications http://t.co/MTn7ZLggAL

What are Realistic Goals for EHR Interoperability? - Last week, the two major advisory committees of the Office of... http://t.co/4Bdux4H909

OHSU Informatics Awarded NIH Grants Focused on Big Data and Analytics http://t.co/OlJxG32pJk

Ebola in Texas: Who is to Blame? http://t.co/LgOnp7nkPf

Milestones and Greatest Hits for the Informatics Professor Blog http://t.co/wKn5AZ9Nsu

Continued Good News for the Health IT Workforce http://t.co/GWlKKdM3xS

Clinfowiki Returns to OHSU http://t.co/0kxWsZjYj2

Efficacy Is Not Leading to Effectiveness: The Dichotomy of Health Information Technology http://t.co/GsiNOZa8pp

Join us today for a presentation by Dr. Elizabeth Borycki on Health Information Technology Safety. 11:30a - Mac Hall. http://t.co/FjjrlUqZ5p

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Joanne Valerius Joanne Valerius, MPH, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Dr. Valerius is a recent recipient of Health Information Management Triumph Award for Educators. The Educator Award honors those who demonstrate excellence in preparing the next generation of professionals for their Health Information Management careers.

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