Learning Health Systems: Working at the Intersection of Research, Operation...

Learning Health Systems: Working at the Intersection of Research, Operation...

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Wood Basic Science Building Auditorium

725 North Wolfe Street

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Join us for a half-day symposium focused on the use of clinical and research data to improve the learning health care system. The day begins with check-in, breakfast and a short poster session (tentatively). The program will be followed by lunch and breakouts, 12:00 - 1:30 pm.

On the registration form, please indicate what activities you will participate in.

Program Outline

8:30 – 8:55 am Welcome and What’s New with the BSSS TRC?

8:55 – 9:00 am Introduction of Host for Symposium

9:00 – 9:30am Host Opening Remarks and Introduction of Dr. Karina Davidson - Patricia Brown, Esq.

(Importance and challenges of a learning healthcare system, an integrated delivery system perspective)

9:30 – 10:30 am Karina Davidson, PhD

(Leveraging intervention and implementation research and outcomes data to facilitate learning within health systems)

10:30 – 10:50 am BREAK & POSTER SESSION

10:50 – 11:50 am Casey Overby, PhD

(Innovations in use of biomedical informatics, electronic medical records, and other Big Data for improving health systems)

11:50am – 12:00pm Closing and Instructions for Breakouts

12:00 – 12:15pm Lunch Pickup and Poster Session

12:15– 1:30pm Afternoon Breakout Sessions (See information below)

Breakout Sessions

Workshop style breakouts following the program will allow researchers to share challenges, new ideas, and questions for which they desire feedback, mentorship, or general conversation.

Breakout #1: Dr. Karina Davidson – West Lecture Hall

Suggested Research Topics Include:

    • Pragmatic Trials Research in Healthcare Settings
    • Research on Healthcare Providers and Settings
    • Use of Implementation Science to Achieve Healthcare Goals


Breakout #2: Dr. Casey Overby – Wood Basic Science Building Auditorium

Suggested Research Topics Include:

    • Leveraging Electronic Health Records Data to Improve Research in Priority Conditions
    • Use of Data for Longitudinal Analyses of Health Behavior and Social Factors in Health Outcomes
    • Use of Electronic Health Records Data to Examine Disparities in Healthcare and Outcomes

Attendees may also receive feedback on projects during the morning poster session.

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