Nadim Nicolas Ghanem, M.D., (UAMS) and Azriel Stinson, D.O., (Arkansas Children’s) are among a group of new Clinical Informatics fellows from across the nation training together this week at Epic software’s training center in Verona, Wisc.
The group took Epic’s Notecraft course online last week and are meeting in-person this week for the Physician Builder Basic and Advanced courses.
Epic hosts an annual training for new Clinical Informatics fellows, but it has been remote for the last two years because of the pandemic.
“We are glad to see this important training return to being in-person so our fellows can not only soak in this educational experience, but can network with their peers from across the country,” said Dr. Pele Yu, Jr., UAMS/ACH Clinical Informatics Fellowship Program director. “This group will likely be in their academic and professional circles for years to come, so this is a perfect opportunity to start building those important relationships.”
Epic annually offers the training for no cost to Clinical Informatics Fellows. UAMS Medical Center and Arkansas Children’s Hospital fund the fellows’ travel and lodging.