Clinical Informatics Fellowship
Clinical informatics is an increasingly critical field that unites patient care expertise with advances in information technology to transform information and communications systems such as electronic health records.
Fellows collaborate with clinicians across multiple disciplines to design, implement, and integrate systems that improve patient care and strengthen the clinician-patient relationship. In 2014, Stanford became the nation's first ACGME-accredited clinical informatics fellowship program.
The two-year Stanford Medicine Clinical Informatics Fellowship is able to accept trainees from a number of primary specialty backgrounds.
Emergency Medicine physicians participate in the Stanford Clinical Informatics Fellowship thanks to a collaborative effort between the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Stanford Clinical Informatics Fellowship programs. Emergency medicine fellows will have the opportunity to work clinically in the ED and on ED-related informatics projects during their fellowship.