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The Learning Health System Summit will bring together 200 health system leaders, researchers working within or partnering with health systems, patients, and other key stakeholders to articulate the current challenges faced by learning health systems (LHS) and promote strategies for advancing learning system transformation.
Cost: $200/Member | $275/Non-member
What to Expect
The summit will feature a mix of plenary presentations, networking, and interactive working sessions that provide attendees the opportunity to frame recommendations to support the growth and development of these organizations.
Areas of focus will include:
- Electronic health record data
- Patient-generated data
- Core competencies
- Maturity models
- Funding models
- Learn about the current state of the learning health system movement and the challenges it's facing.
- Collaborate with your peers to outline recommendations to accelerate learning organization transformations.
- Have meaningful conversations with key stakeholders about sustainability – moving beyond how to make learning health systems work – but how to make them last.
- Enjoy networking among delivery system leaders, innovators, researchers, and other stakeholders.
Learning health systems embed continuous improvement and innovation into ongoing care as a way to help the health care system function more efficiently and effectively. The past 10 years have been transformative for health care, with the increase in health information technology, the creation of large distributed research networks, and the growing role of patients and other stakeholders as partners in care and research.
Updated as of 2/13/2020
Fireside Chat: Patient & Practitioner
Panel Presentation: LHS Data
Panel Presentation: LHS Building Blocks
|12:30 PM||Networking Lunch|
|1:45 PM||World Café Breakouts (5 Topics)
1. EHR Data
2. Patient-generated Data
3. Core Competencies
4. Maturity Model
5. Funding Models
|3:00 PM||Networking Break|
|3:30 PM||Facilitator Report Out|
Large Group Discussion
|4:45 PM||Closing Remarks|