Welcome to the Division of Clinical Informatics at BIDMC

BIDMCThe Division of Clinical Informatics (DCI), created in 1970 by Dr. Howard Bleich and Dr. Warner Slack, was among the first academic divisions in the world to concentrate on the use of computers for patient care, teaching, and medical research. The goals of the Division have been to improve the relationship between doctor and patient, enhance medical education, improve quality, and reduce costs. DCI has had three  faculty members receive the prestigious Morris F. Collen Award from the American Medical Informatics Association, and four fellows elected into the American College Medical Informatics. Learn more about our history.

Current research includes the design and evaluation of clinical information systems, translational research platforms, patient portals, and patient engagement, quality improvement processes and analytics, clinical decision support systems, online learning systems, mobile health applications, global e-health applications. See more about our Research.

The Division hosts a variety of a wide range of training programs, from internships to fellowships, to international industrial programs. If you are a US physician, read more about fellowship program at Clinical Informatics Training Program At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

2021 Pharmacy Clinical Informatics Summer Internship Program

The goal of the Pharmacy Clinical Informatics Summer Internship Program is to develop future pharmacy leaders in informatics through exposure to population health and clinical informatics principles through concepts such as data model design, clinical workflows, and interoperability. Working directly with pharmacists and clinical leaders, the Interns will learn how clinical informatics principles are used to maximize health care resources, patient care outcomes, and implementations. Two student pharmacists will be selected for this internship in pharmacy informatics.

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Applications are closed. Interviews in progress.