en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Informatics

Informatics is a branch of information engineering. It involves the practice of information processing and the engineering of information systems, and as an ...

ischool.uw.edu/programs/informatics/what-is-informatics

The term “informatics” broadly describes the study, design, and development of information technology for the good of people, organizations, and society.

www.amia.org/fact-sheets/what-informatics

Biomedical and health informatics applies principles of computer and information science to the advancement of life sciences research, health professions ...

soic.iupui.edu/about/what-is-informatics

Computing in context. Harnessing the power and possibility of technology, informatics turns data and information into knowledge that people can use every day.

www.amia.org/about-amia/science-informatics

The science of informatics drives innovation that is defining future approaches to information and knowledge management in biomedical research, clinical care, ...

explorehealthcareers.org/field/informatics

Health or medical informatics is a discipline that includes all aspects of health care information science, from fundamental research to clinical applications.

www.usfhealthonline.com/resources/key-concepts/informatics-defined

Learn about the science of information. Informatics is typically associated with, although not limited to, computerized information. Read about it here.

www.informatics.illinois.edu/home/what-is-informatics

Informatics studies the application of information technology to practically any field, while considering its impact on individuals, organizations, and society. It uses ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/informatics

the collection, classification, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of recorded knowledge — see bioinformatics. More from Merriam-Webster on informatics.