Due to COVID-19, all class-room based tutorials will be done LIVE ONLINE (until further notice).
This is the last AMIA10x10 Course before the expiry of IMDA CITREP+ on 31 March 2021
The AMIA 10×10 Course (also known as Gateway to Health Informatics Course) is a Distance-Learning Introductory Course on Health Informatics offered by Gateway Consulting, Singapore in collaboration with the American Medical Informatics Association & Oregon Health & Science University.
The Course also features 5 Classroom-based Tutorials in Singapore tutored by Dr KC Lun (retired NUS, NTU and Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School professor) with the final tutorial taught by Prof William (Bill) Hersh, Professor and Chair, Dept of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, Oregon Health and Science University, USA.
Registration closes in 1 month, 5 days, 19 hours, 12 minutes
This course is endorsed by IMDA for Course fee reimbursement under CITREP+: SF for ICT
THE IMDA CITREP+ FUNDING IS NOW EXTENDED TO INCLUDE SINGAPORE PERMANENT RESIDENTS (SPRs). PLEASE REFER TO FUNDING TABLE BELOW:
* Definition of SME: • Annual Sales turnover of not more than S$100 million OR • Employment size of not more than 200 workers
FOR DETAILS PLEASE CHECK HERE
In addition, Singapore citizens who are self-sponsored can also use all or part of their S$500 Skills Future Credit to further offset their course fee payment (terms apply).
Singapore citizens below 40 years who are either self-sponsored or company-sponsored (terms apply) will enjoy 70% of course fee reimbursement (i.e. pay only 30%) upon completion of the course while those 40 years and above will enjoy 90% (i.e. pay only 10%). In addition, self-sponsored participants can further offset their fees by using Skills Future Credits.
Singapore Permanent Residents who are self-sponsored or company-sponsored (terms apply) will enjoy 70% of course fee reimbursement (i.e. pay only 30%)
Singapore citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents sponsored by SME companies (Annual Sales turnover of not more than S$100 million OR • Employment size of not more than 200 workers) can enjoy 90% of course fee reimbursement (i.e. pay only 10%).
Students and/or Fulltime National Servicemen will enjoy 100% course fee reimbursement (ie attend the course for free) for courses capped at $2,500)
New additional funding from NTUC Training Fund for Self-Employed Persons (SEPS)
From 1 May 2020 to 30 Dec 2020, all Self-Employed Persons (SEPs) attending the Data Analytics in Health Care (DAHC) course will receive a training allowance of $10 per training hour under the NTUC Training Fund for SEPs as provided for by the COVID-19 Resilience Budget. As the Training hours for the DAHC course is 76 hours, participants who are SEPs will be eligible for a training allowance of $760 in addition to Course fee offsets from the IMDA Citrep+ programme and Skills Development Fund.
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Comments from Participants in our recent courses:
Content-rich. Each slide had plenty of references to follow up on.
Useful information and knowledge on health informatics
Lectures and tutorials are pertinent and useful
Relevant and up-to-date
Maybe include content from Singapore ‘s health informatics structure as well.
Course allows self-directed learning as all of us are in full-time employment. The course structure allows us to do things at our own pace.
I enjoyed the project part of it. The scope of appropriate topics as a project was quite wide so everyone could find something of their interest.
The course project – it helped me to apply the knowledge gained into real life situations.
Gives an overview of health Informatics.
The concepts taught could be tied back to our local context to facilitate better understanding of these concepts.
MI theory were delivered in a concise manner and there was fair expectations of the course participants. Materials are also helpful in furthering our knowledge in the field.
Great course by Dr KC and Prof Bill Hersh. Well organized within the confines of the limitations brought about by COVID-19. Highly recommended!
The AMIA 10×10 Course
(Gateway to Health Informatics Course)
The international AMIA 10×10 Course is known in Singapore as the Gateway to Health Informatics (G2HI) Course. It is a distance-learning course with class-room tutorials in Singapore. Since 2009, this course has been a collaboration between Gateway Consulting (conducting the classroom tutorials), Oregon Health & Science University, USA (offering the distance-learning lectures) and the American Medical Informatics Association (the Certificate Awarding Body).
(This is a distance-learning Course. You don’t have to be “physically present in class” except for the classroom-based Tutorials and the Final Examination – an IMDA requirement for a minimum of 21 contact hours to qualify for CITREP+ endorsement. You also don’t have to worry about work scheduling conflicts because you can learn at your own pace and at your own time!)
Following the successful inaugural launch of the “Gateway to Health Informatics” in March 2009, Gateway Consulting, in collaboration with the Department of Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), USA, is pleased to announce the launch of the next Course. OHSU is an accredited university and medical school in the U.S. and is ranked among the best medical schools in the U.S.
Gateway to Health Informatics (G2HI) provides certified training in health informatics using a teaching model that delivers lectures and course work by distance learning, augmented with classroom-based, face-to-face tutorials conducted in Singapore. Active participation in the Course online forum discussions is also encouraged.
The Course objective is to provide rigorous, broad-based training in health informatics to interested participants, especially individuals working in the healthcare and healthcare-related industries, in Singapore and countries in the region. The Course is similar to the on-line BMI 510 – Introduction to Biomedical Informatics class currently taught in the OHSU Biomedical Informatics Graduate program.
G2HI is also similar to the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 10×10 Program offered by OHSU which was originally developed as a partnership between AMIA and OHSU.
G2HI is now endorsed by the American Medical Informatics Association as an AMIA i10x10 (international 10×10)Course. Upon successful completion of the Course, G2HI participants will be awarded the highly branded AMIA i10x10 Certificate.
For students who are eligible for graduate study (i.e. have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university), the AMIA i10x10 Certificate will also earn them three credit-hours that can be carried forward into the OHSU graduate programs in medical informatics or similar programs in other US universities that recognize the AMIA 10×10 certificate training.
The online Course is conducted by Professor William Hersh, Professor and Chair of the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, Oregon Health & Science University, USA. Professor Hersh will also be in Singapore for the final Course tutorial to be held before the final examination.
In addition, the two classroom-based tutorials will be conducted by Professor KC Lun, former President of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) and CEO, Gateway Consulting and other Singapore health informatics practitioners appointed by Gateway Consulting.
For more, see Faculty
Who needs this Course?
All individuals who desire to have certified training in health informatics from OHSU (a recognized and accredited U.S. university and medical school) and endorsed by the American Medical Informatics Association. In particular, the G2HI course is suitably tailored for
- IT professionals working or interested in working in healthcare;
- Clinical, medical, nursing and other healthcare-related professionals interested in health information technology;
- IT industry business leaders and managers dealing with IT systems and solutions in healthcare;
- Senior administrators and policy makers involved in organizational transformation initiatives in health information technology;
- Research scientists working on IT-based, healthcare-related projects;
- Individuals interested in career opportunities in health information technology.
The Course provides a broad-based introduction to health informatics, the field concerned with the acquisition, use, and storage of information in healthcare, biomedical research, and public health. Students focus on the underlying themes of health informatics, including the proper use of information technology in health and biomedical settings. The course also covers the main applications of information technology in health and biomedicine, including electronic health records, information retrieval, genomics, and telemedicine. The viewpoints of information technology from medicine, computer science, nursing, public health, patients/consumers are considered.
For more, see Course Description
What participants will get
- Access to OHSU online course and course materials.
- AMIA i10x10 Certificate issued by the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) (subject to satisfying requirements for award of Certificate).
- Award of 3 credits (subject to passing the Course) which can be carried forward to graduate programs in health informatics at OHSU or similar programs at other US universities that recognize the AMIA 10×10 certificate training.
- Attendance at 2 in-person (face-to-face) tutorials in Singapore conducted by experienced OHSU and Singapore health informatics practitioners.