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Biomedical Informatics

VUMC Department of Biomedical Informatics (FAQ)
Biomedical Informatics is the interdisciplinary science that deals with biomedical information, its structure, acquisition and use. "Biomedical" is used here in its broadest sense, to include research, education, and service in health-related basic sciences, clinical disciplines, and health care administration.

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Biomedical Informatics is a field of study concerned with the broad range of issues in the management and use of biomedical information.
Formerly called MEDICAL INFORMATICS,the new name is intended to clarify that the domain encompasses biological and bimolecular informatics as well as clinical imaging and public health informatics