Learning Health Systems Journal

Learning Health Systems: Vol 6, No 1 Wiley Online Library

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Learning from data: A recurring feature on the science and practice of data-driven learning health systems Peter J. Embi , Philip R. O. Payne , Charles P. Friedman , e10302

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Learning Health Systems

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The scientific journal Learning Health Systems is included in the Scopus database. Based on 2020, SJR is 0.406. The main subject areas of published articles are Health Information Management, Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health, Health Informatics.

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A Learning Health System Framework To Operationalize …

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There is a recognized vital need for systems-level change to improve healthcare using an iterative learning health system (LHS) approach (1, 2). The LHS broadly encompasses the operationalization and conversion of routinely collected health data into useful information to enable informed, timely decisions to improve quality healthcare and health outcomes ( 2 – 8 ).

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Learning Health System Monash Partners

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it contains the necessary elements to enable routine health practice data, from service delivery and patient care, to contribute to iterative cycles of knowledge generation and improvement in healthcare, whereby the whole learning health system is enabled by partnerships across multidisciplinary stakeholders (academic, clinician, community and …

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Health Systems Taylor & Francis Online

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Health Systems promotes the idea that all aspects of health and healthcare delivery can be viewed from a systems perspective. The belief of the journal is that health and healthcare systems are characterized by complexity and interconnectedness, where "everything affects everything else". The principal aims of Health Systems is to bring

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The Learning HealthSystem: A New Frontier For Human Factors

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The concept of a “Learning Health System” (LHS) is emerging as a new paradigm in healthcare. We present an overview of LHS functions and concepts, then an analysis of the ways in which Human Factors (HF) can contribute to and benefit from LHS.

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A Framework For Valuecreating Learning Health Systems

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LHSs are emerging around the world and aim to leverage advancements in science, technology and practice to improve health system performance at lower cost. However, there remains much uncertainty around the implementation of LHSs and …

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Learning Health Systems

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The scientific journal Learning Health Systems is included in the Scopus database. Based on 2020, SJR is 0.406. The main subject areas of published articles are Health Information Management, Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health, Health Informatics.

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Learning Health Systems In Primary Care: A Systematic Scoping …

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Learning health systems have been gaining traction over the past decade. The purpose of this study was to understand the spread of learning health systems in primary care, including where they have been implemented, how they are operating, and potential challenges and solutions. We completed a scoping review by systematically searching OVID Medline®, …

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Learning Health Systems: A Review Of Key Topic Areas And …

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Learning health systems: A review of key topic areas and bibliometric trends Learn Health Syst. 2021 Mar 18;6(1): e10265. doi The authors extracted publication data (eg, journal, country, authors, citation count, keywords) and reviewed full-texts to identify: type of study (empirical, non-empirical, or review), degree of focus (general or specific), and the reference used when …

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Learning Health Systems: Pathways To Progress

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Overview Learning – at individual, team, organization and cross-organization levels – is fundamental to health systems strengthening and the achievement of health goals. Yet, many health systems, especially in LMICs, still do not have adequate capacity to generate and use the knowledge that they need to be effective.

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The Learning Healthcare System: Where Are We Now? A Systematic …

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The Learning Healthcare System paradigm has attracted the attention of researchers worldwide. The great potential originating from high-scale health data reuse and the inclusion of patient perspectives into care models promises personalized care, lower costs of health services and minimized consumption of resources.

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What is learning health systems lhs?

The idea was first conceptualised in a 2007 workshop organised by the US Institute of Medicine, building on ideas around evidence-based medicine and "practice-based evidence". There has since been increasing interest in the topic, including the creation of the Wiley journal Learning Health Systems. LHS can be described as having four key elements:

Is the learning healthcare system paradigm the future of healthcare?

The Learning Healthcare System paradigm has attracted the attention of researchers worldwide. The great potential originating from high-scale health data reuse and the inclusion of patient perspectives into care models promises personalized care, lower costs of health services and minimized consumption of resources.

What is the history of learning health systems?

The idea was first conceptualised in a 2007 workshop organised by the US Institute of Medicine, building on ideas around evidence-based medicine and "practice-based evidence". There has since been increasing interest in the topic, including the creation of the Wiley journal Learning Health Systems.

What can a learning health system do for research?

A Learning Health System can empower research. It can help identify potential participants for traditional randomised controlled trials. It can enable low-cost monitoring or long-term follow-up of participants, by tracking when they interact with the health system. It can host prospective pragmatic trials or retrospective observational studies.

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