PRESENTER: Michael Seid, PhD, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Participants will be able to:
- Define Learning Health Networks as communities that facilitate coproduction of health and healthcare at scale.
- Summarize key insights from social science about what makes LHNs work and a framework for understanding and improving LHNS.
- Appreciate the importance of codesign and coproduction in the design and implementation of LHNs.
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