At this meeting of the Clinical Effectiveness Research Innovation Collaborative (CERIC), participants will:
1. Consider practical, community-wide implementation of a continuously learning health system, using the Lake Nona, FL community as a laboratory.
2. Identify strategies to conduct community-embedded studies using small data, or rich, biometric and behavioral data collected directly from individuals, to help illuminate risk for disease and response to treatment, shape healthy behaviors, and understand health care utilization.
3. Discuss opportunities to further understanding of the interaction of biological factors with psychosocial determinants of health and illness, and environmental factors such as the built environment, in cardio-metabolic syndrome and pediatric allergic diseases.
4. Consider challenges and innovative approaches to the use and interpretation of data from naturalistic observation to inform causal dynamics, predict health care utilization, and understand underlying biological and social determinants.
If you are interested in attending as an observer or tuning in via WebEx, please contact Sophie Yang at email@example.com.
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