Learning Health System

Through partnerships, we’ve refined a set of learning health system capabilities that we use to design, implement, and evaluate innovations that benefit Kaiser Permanente Washington patients, care teams, and communities.

Learning Health System

Leveraging research capabilities to address our health system’s most pressing priorities

We work in partnership to design, implement, and evaluate innovations in care

In our learning health system work, we leverage research expertise to help Kaiser Permanente Washington make timely, patient-centered decisions that are informed by science, driven by our own data, and designed to be sustainable.

We partner with researchers, health system leaders, care teams, and patients to find practical ways to improve health and health care.

Learning health system capabilities

Through these partnerships, we’ve refined a set of capabilities that we use to design, implement, and evaluate innovations that benefit Kaiser Permanente Washington patients, care teams, and communities.

Featured news

Kayne Mettert and Claire Allen
Claire Allen describes a new model to help learning health systems move from concept to reality, recently published in Learning Health Systems.
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