Learning Health Systems
A learning health system is one in which “internal data and experience are systematically integrated with external evidence, and that knowledge is put into practice.” In a learning health system, patients get higher quality, safer, more efficient care, and health care delivery organizations become better places to work.
The Quality and Innovation Program strives to support primary care teams to capture and analyze practice data and care experiences to improve care—a core component of Learning Health Systems.
By leveraging data from the electronic medical record, patient experience surveys, and administrative sources, we can provide practices with a comprehensive view of the care they deliver.
But data alone is not enough. We aim to link practice data to continuing professional development—supporting physicians, teams, and patients to share experiences and learn from each other to address factors that ultimately impact quality of care.
Learn more about each of our initiatives: