Welcome from the Program Director
Our mission for the Clinical Informatics Fellowship is to create trained informaticians who excel in a variety of capacities depending on the fellows' career interests. We provide training and exposure to informatics practices in the academic, corporate, startup, research, and other domains.
The program supports a quality didactic learning environment, active participation in a robust physician-led informatics and information technology-integrated group with opportunities for big- and small-scale projects, as well as medical practice at a 20% level.
The program consists of a variety of informatics-related physicians including six board-certified clinical informatics physicians, and 26 physicians across a broad range of specialties, and 33 superuser residents.
Our philosophy in physician informatics is to emphasize the Quadruple Aim with support for physician experience in a data-driven approach.
Gregory A. Ator, M.D., FACS
Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
Chief Medical Informatics Officer
The University of Kansas Health System
Timothy Ryan Smith, MD, FAAP
Associate Program Director
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Medical Director, Pillars Medical Complexity Clinic