Biomedical informatics is a specialized field that involves the development and use of computational tools and techniques to improve healthcare and biomedical research. It includes the management and analysis of complex datasets, the development of algorithms and models to predict disease, and the integration of data from different sources to improve the accuracy of medical diagnosis and treatment. Biomedical informatics professionals often work in academic or research institutions, as well as in healthcare organizations or government agencies.
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