Located on the campus of the Intermountain Medical Center campus in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Homer Warner is a world-class research facility dedicated to the discovery and
implementation of innovative information technologies for the improvement of clinical care. The Center is involved with multiple collaborations inside and outside of Intermountain Healthcare. Collaborators include universities, research groups and healthcare-related businesses.
The central goal of the Homer Warner Center is the scientific investigation of new information technologies and the systematic evaluation of those already existing. On-staff medical informaticists provide
research in the applied uses of information technology. They also create solutions with innovative clinical information systems products.
The Homer Warner Center is committed to sharing expertise with others. In association with the Department of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Utah School of Medicine,
members of the Homer Warner Center team:
- Teach and mentor students (master's, PhD and post doctoral).
- Participate in grants and research contracts.
- Publish in biomedical literature.
- Collaborate with other academic centers.
- Conduct research consistent with high academic standards.
- Develop a research infrastructure that supports high quality evaluations.
Intermountain's Homer Warner Center is named after Dr. Homer R. Warner, a pioneer in the medical informatics field who did much of his research at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Continuing Dr. Warner's legacy, the Center is focused on the pursuit of excellence in research, education and collaboration in the medical informatics field.
Homer Warner Center
This video gives a brief history of Dr. Warner, his methods and research, and the work that moves forward at the Homer Warner Center.