About this Event
A workshop will be convened by the Institute of Medicine to engage health system CEOs as essential partners and leaders in building the necessary and sustainable infrastructure for the seamless integration of research and practice as part of a continuously learning health system. The workshop is being sponsored by the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and will include leaders of health systems involved in PCORI’s national patient-centered clinical research network (PCORNet). Through the consideration of strategic priorities and approaches to implementation, discussions will inform the decisions of field leaders moving forward, including PCORI and its grantees.
The goals of the June 20 workshop are:
1. Continuous learning infrastructure and business case. What are the key infrastructure, value proposition, and business case implications in integrating research and practice as the foundation of a continuously learning health system?
2. Aligning continuous improvement and knowledge generation. What infrastructure commonalities exist in aligning executive agendas and knowledge generation priorities, and driving continuous improvement through learning.
3. Institutional opportunities. Consider common principles and strategies for participants to move priorities forward in their own institutions.
4. PCORI contributions. Reflect on strategic infrastructure and research opportunities for PCORI that can support delivery systems in evolving toward learning health systems.
While this workshop is currently at capacity for in-person attendance, please contact Elizabeth Johnston with questions.