CBIIT’s Dr. Jay Ronquillo Becomes One of First to Earn AMIA’s Certified Health Informatics Professional Credential

The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) recently announced the first diplomate class of health informatics professionals with the AMIA Certified Health Informatics Professional (ACHIP) credential. NIH Data and Technology Advancement Scholar Dr. Jay G. Ronquillo was among the inaugural class and says he is, “honored to be part of such an impressive cohort of healthcare providers, engineers, scientists, and other professionals doing important work in health informatics.”

AMIA established the AMIA Health Informatics Certification (AHIC) to address the needs created by increasing numbers and expanding roles of health informaticians and their growing impact in the fields of healthcare delivery, public health, and consumer health. The certification is intended for individuals seeking to demonstrate mastery of health informatics knowledge and readiness to apply this knowledge to real-world healthcare challenges.

“This certification helps recognize professionals with the combined medical, scientific, and technical abilities to successfully apply biomedical informatics and data science in healthcare,” Dr. Ronquillo added.

Congratulations to Dr. Ronquillo on this accomplishment.

Interested individuals can visit the AMIA Health Informatics Certification website to learn more about the process.

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