LHS Collaboratory Seminar Series Kick-Off: Academic Medical Centers as Learning Health Systems
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Learning Health Systems (LHS) methods are now being implemented in interesting and varying ways by academic health centers and their clinical and translational science institutes across the country. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the following are key attributes of Learning Health Systems:

  • Having leaders who are committed to a culture of continuous learning and improvement
  • Systematically gathering and applying evidence in real-time to guide care
  • Employing IT methods to share new evidence with clinicians to improve decision-making
  • Promoting the inclusion of patients as vital members of the learning team
  • Capturing and analyzing data and care experiences to improve care
  • Continually assessing outcomes, refining processes and training to create a feedback cycle for learning and improvement

The LHS Collaboratory's fall seminar series virtual kick-off event will showcase the LHS experiences of three research-intensive academic centers that have been promoting LHS methods. We will be joined by distinguished senior colleagues from Duke, Vanderbilt, and Washington University, who will describe and discuss their institutions' work in this area. They will discuss strategies employed, investments made, challenges encountered, and successes achieved. Panelists: Kevin B. Johnson, MD, MS, FAAP, FACMI, Vanderbilt University Christopher J. Lindsell, PhD, Vanderbilt University Philip Payne, PhD, FACMI, Washington University Michael Pencina, PhD, Duke University Eric G. Poon, MD, MPH, Duke University Discussant: Carol R. Bradford, MD, MS, Executive Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Michigan Medical School, Chief Academic Officer, Michigan Medicine, Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

Department of Learning Health Sciences

LHS Collaboratory Seminar Series Kick-Off: Academic Medical Centers as Learning Health Systems

The LHS Collaboratory's fall seminar series virtual kick-off event will showcase the LHS experiences of three research-intensive academic centers (Duke, Vanderbilt, and Washington University) that hav

September 17, 2020
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Online
Sponsored by: Department of Learning Health Sciences
Contact Information: LHSCollaboratory-info@umich.edu

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Learning Health Systems (LHS) methods are now being implemented in interesting and varying ways by academic health centers and their clinical and translational science institutes across the country. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the following are key attributes of Learning Health Systems:

  • Having leaders who are committed to a culture of continuous learning and improvement
  • Systematically gathering and applying evidence in real-time to guide care
  • Employing IT methods to share new evidence with clinicians to improve decision-making
  • Promoting the inclusion of patients as vital members of the learning team
  • Capturing and analyzing data and care experiences to improve care
  • Continually assessing outcomes, refining processes and training to create a feedback cycle for learning and improvement

The LHS Collaboratory's fall seminar series virtual kick-off event will showcase the LHS experiences of three research-intensive academic centers that have been promoting LHS methods. We will be joined by distinguished senior colleagues from Duke, Vanderbilt, and Washington University, who will describe and discuss their institutions' work in this area. They will discuss strategies employed, investments made, challenges encountered, and successes achieved. Panelists: Kevin B. Johnson, MD, MS, FAAP, FACMI, Vanderbilt University Christopher J. Lindsell, PhD, Vanderbilt University Philip Payne, PhD, FACMI, Washington University Michael Pencina, PhD, Duke University Eric G. Poon, MD, MPH, Duke University Discussant: Carol R. Bradford, MD, MS, Executive Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, University of Michigan Medical School, Chief Academic Officer, Michigan Medicine, Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

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