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Learning Health Systems – The why, what, who and how to improve care delivery and quality by 2030
It is estimated that around 60% of care is in line with evidence- or consensus-based guidelines, 30% is wasteful or low value, and 10% is harmful. This has been the case for decades.

The way forward is to take a Learning Health Systems approach and collaborate to identify and address stakeholder problems including through
- Evidence from Stakeholders
- Evidence from research and guidelines
- Evidence from practice/ data
- Evidence from implementation and complexity science integrated with health care improvement

Governments nationally and internationally are adopting Learning Health System approaches, however exactly what this means at the frontline and understanding how to implement these approaches is challenging.

We will outline our National Medical Research Future Fund supported, evidence-based Learning Health System Framework with examples of adoption and learnings (https://monashpartners.org.au/learning-health-system/). We will also cover key actions required to drive improvements in healthcare and outcomes by 2030.

This is not a simple proposition, of course. So we need to go deep inside the complex adaptive system we are seeking to improve, and exercise foresight as futurologists to extrapolate from the current state of the health system to the system we would like to see emerge by the end of this decade.

Dec 8, 2022 01:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite