August 2, 2007 - The American Medical Informatics Association 2007 Annual Symposium, a scientific meeting for new research and development in biomedical and health informatics, will be held Nov.10-14, 2007, in Chicago.
The Annual Symposium provides a wide range of formats for education and discussion. Papers and posters present state-of-the-art scientific and technical work. The demonstration and Partnerships in Innovation formats allow for a more comprehensive presentation of advanced systems, including innovative uses of commercial systems.
Invited plenary and semi-plenary talks, expert panels, and workshops bring together thought leaders for in-depth education and active exchange with the audience about critical issues of the day.
The spectrum of topics includes basic information science, knowledge modeling, technology applications, design strategies, health information exchange and communications, public policy, regional and international developments, standards, bioinformatics and genomics and more.
For more information: www.amia.org