TIGER International Task Force
The global TIGER (Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform) community is led by the HIMSS TIGER International Task Force, which is charged with providing domain expertise, leadership and guidance to activities, projects, and collaborations within the interprofessional community.
- Reforming clinician education curriculum through the integration of IT, information literacy, informatics and the infusion of technologies for learning in a robust Virtual Learning Environment.
- Developing and implementing learning innovations; fostering faculty development and ensuring universities and providers have the necessary health IT education infrastructure.
- Identifying, modeling and implementing collaborative partnerships among public and private academic enterprises to launch a global Informatics Scholar Program directed at advanced level degree students.
- Increasing faculty and student acceptance and understanding of health IT through education and training, incentives and necessary resource support.
The TIGER International Task Force is comprised of 60 members representing 29 countries worldwide: Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China/Taiwan, England, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Panama, the Philippines, Portugal, Peru, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Scotland, South Korea, Switzerland, and all regions of the United States.