Where: NAS Building (Lecture Room)
Topics: Biomedical and Health Research, Health Services, Coverage and Access, Quality, and Patient Safety
Formerly the Electronic Health Records Innovation Collaborative (EHRIC), the Digital Learning Collaborative (DLC) is an ad hoc convening activity under the auspices of the NAM Leadership Consortium for Value & Science-Driven Health Care. It was created to provide a venue for joint activities that can accelerate progress towards the digital infrastructure necessary for continuous improvement and innovation in health and health care. This includes fostering a new culture of collaborative action among participants in the learning process–e.g. patients, clinicians, researchers, and product developers.
The purpose of this meeting is to explore the untapped asset of the data dividend, derived from the practice of care and interoperability efforts, as a foundation of evidence generation.
- Discuss priority issues that must be addressed to enable the use of the data dividend for analysis, continuous improvement, and decision-making.
- Explore how health executives, charged with decision-making at the systems-level, can impact the use of the data dividend in health care transformation.
- Identify how the byproducts of big data can be used to improve policy, accelerate research, and increase the value of health care.
Leveraging the Data Dividend for Evidence Generation:
Joe Selby, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
Helen Burstin, National Quality Forum
Progress Made: Overcoming Obstacles to Better Data Use:
Stephan D. Fihn, Veterans Health Administration, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Andrew Gettinger, Office of the National Coordinator for health Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Deven McGraw, Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
A Perspective from the National Library of Medicine:
Betsy L. Humphreys, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health
To observe speaker slides via WebEx, please use this link the day of the meeting.
For more information, contact Rosheen Birdie:
500 Fifth Street NW
Washington, DC 20001