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... He began his summary by noting that traditional linear learning has to be replaced by the rapid network learning that typifies the current computerdriven world. "We live in a network world in which we can gain information in a much more rapid fashion, and we can vet that information in a much more rapid fashion too.
From page 76...
... Creating natural feedback loops so the results captured are evalu ated and fed back into the system for learning and improvement purposes Because the modern network approach to learning is nonlinear, as opposed to the more traditional linear approach, "one of our biggest challenges is to force ourselves to look specifically at those intersecting dynamics, at each of those points in the feedback process and ensure that the elements necessary for the success of the activities at each of those points are given consideration," Dr. McGinnis said.
From page 77...
... Dr. McGinnis agreed with the need for public policy changes and noted that nongovernmental groups could also "take ownership of the learning obligation." "You have in the cancer community the patients, the providers, and the motivations to serve as the leading edge of progress and to engage decision makers in an explicit exploration of the issues, opportunities, and responsibilities when it comes to improving access to data, which is a fundamental issue for a learning healthcare system.
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