A Clinical Subspecialty Unlike Any Other

The fellowship is designed to provide physicians with clinical informatics training and experience to complement their clinical training.

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Clinical Informatics

Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) is pleased to offer 2-year ACGME accredited Clinical Informatics Fellowship positions. These fellowship positions are open to physicians who will have completed a residency prior to starting the fellowship.

The fellowship is designed to provide physicians with clinical informatics training and experience to complement their clinical training. The fellowship is ideally suited to help prepare trainees to be board-eligible in Clinical Informatics.   

This fellowship is intended to prepare practicing medical professionals for careers in clinical informatics where they would continue their clinical work along with non-clinical roles in administering, developing, implementing, and using health information technology systems. See a sample of the two-year schedule.

Goals

  1. Participate in formal training in clinical informatics through scheduled didactic sessions at Case Western Reserve University. Fellows will earn a certificate in Health Informatics from CWRU as part of their clinical informatics fellowship.
  2. Become certified as an Epic Physician Builder.
  3. Obtain exposure to and experience with electronic health records and other clinical information systems within Case Western Reserve University affiliated healthcare systems.
  4. Lead one or more clinical informatics project(s) related to clinical information systems installed within a Case Western Reserve University affiliated healthcare system.
  5. Continue part-time (30%) clinical practice within a Case Western Reserve University affiliated healthcare system.
  6. Receive appointment as an Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University.

How to Apply

The application deadline is in November. Please submit an application through the AAMC’s Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). The site provides up-to-date information on the ERAS application process.

For more information, contact the Program Coordinator or you may contact David Kaelber, MD, PhD, MPH, FACMI, Clinical Informatics Fellowship Director at [email protected].