To establish the role of pathologists on the healthcare team as recognized stewards of clinical and diagnostic data integration and utilization.
To empower pathologists to drive higher quality and more cost-efficient patient care by improving and promoting tools for information analysis and management and removing information technology-related barriers to optimal practice.
This committee reports to the Council on Scientific Affairs. View a list of the current committee members. Additional resources and educational materials can be found at the Clinical Informatics Education and Resources page.
This committee is comprised of two subcommittees: the Clinical Informatics Standards and Resources Subcommittee, which is involved with governance, standards development, and liaisons, and the Informatics Education and Accreditation Subcommittee, which is involved with development and support of informatics education resources and accreditation issues.