Like many other industries, health care is increasingly turning to digital information and the use of electronic resources. The Institute of Medicine's Roundtable on Value & Science-Driven Health Care hosted three workshops to explore current efforts and opportunities to accelerate progress in improving health and health care with information technology systems.
Institute of Medicine. 2011. Digital Infrastructure for the Learning Health System: The Foundation for Continuous Improvement in Health and Health Care: Workshop Series Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/12912.
|Synopsis and Highlights||1-52|
|2 Visioning Perspectives on the Digital Health Utility||71-98|
|3 Technical Issues for the Digital Health Infrastructure||99-124|
|4 Engaging Patient and Population Needs||125-148|
|5 Weaving a Strong Trust Fabric||149-166|
|6 Stewardship and Governance in the Learning Health System||167-184|
|7 Perspectives on Innovation||185-196|
|8 Fostering the Global Dimension of the Health Data Trust||197-222|
|9 Growing the Digital Health Infrastructure||223-238|
|10 Accelerating Progress||239-250|
|Appendix A: The Learning Health System and the Digital Health Utility||251-254|
|Appendix B: Case Studies for the Digital Health Infrastructure||255-276|
|Appendix C: Example Stakeholder Responsibilities and Opportunities||277-278|
|Appendix D: Summary Overview of Meaningful Use Objectives||279-280|
|Appendix E: PCAST Report Recommendations||281-284|
|Appendix F: Workshop Agendas||285-296|
|Appendix G: Workshop Participants||297-309|
|Other Publications in The Learning Health System Series||310-310|
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