A Special Publication from the National Academy of Medicine
In 2016, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) hosted a series of meetings, which was sponsored by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, with support from NAM's Executive Leadership Network. The series underscored the importance of partnerships between researchers and health system leadership and considered opportunities to build institutional capacity, cross-institutional synergy, and system-wide learning. During these meetings, health system executives, researchers, and others discussed building infrastructure that simultaneously facilitates care delivery, care improvement and evidence development. The vision is a digital system-wide progress toward continuous and seamless learning and improvement throughout health and health care. This publication aims to answer the following questions:
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