Learning Health Systems for Coproducing Health, Value, and Science

Our research team focuses on the development, evaluation, and implementation of tools and care processes that support partnerships between patients and clinicians and promote the discovery of new knowledge.

Patient-Clinician Partnerships

We aim to help patients, families, and their clinicians work together as true partners to assess health status, to make shared decisions, to implement a treatment plan, and to measure results on health.

Patient and Family Support Networks

We aim to connect patients and families directly with one another to share information and expertise.

Care and Quality Improvement Networks

We aim to support collections of clinical teams coming together to work toward the common goal of improving care.

Research Registries

We aim to enable patient registries and researchers to support better health outcomes, identify high-value care, and advance scientific knowledge and clinical research.


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Learn more about programs we are working on with our partners to support patient-clinician partnerships.


Access innovative ideas to change the way that care teams work together with people with chronic or serious illness


Watch a brief introduction from Eugene Nelson about learning health systems for coproducing health, value, and science. Professor Nelson is the Director of Population Health Measurement and Coproduction at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice. He leads a program on new models to advance the coproduction of health care services.

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Connecting Caregivers to Each Other

Connecting Caregivers to Each Other

Together with patients, caregivers, clinicians, and community partners, The Dartmouth Institute is co-designing a peer-to-peer network for serious illness caregivers, and those who are in bereavement. “People living with serious illness spend most of their time...

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