Realizing the Goals of Continuous Learning: Insights on Ethics & Implementation from Institutional Leaders in Learning Health Care
About the Project
We interviewed leaders of 25 health systems at the forefront of transitioning to a learning health system. The goal was to hear from these leaders why they wanted to move to a system of continuous learning, what helped in their successes, what challenges they have faced, and what ethics issues emerged along the way. This project was conducted in collaboration with the National Academy of Medicine’s Leadership Consortium for Value and Science-Driven Health Care.
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Abraham E, Blanco C, Lee CC, Christian JB, Kass N, Larson EB, Mazumdar M, Morain S, Newton KM, Ommaya A, Patrick-Lake B, Platt R, Steiner J, Zirkle M, Lopez MH. Generating Knowledge from Best Care: Advancing the Continuously Learning Health System. National Academy of Medicine Discussion Paper. September 6, 2016.