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.
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
Care and Quality Improvement Networks
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.
Learning health systems have potential to enable better partnerships between patients and health professionals, but may face challenges
Challenges and opportunities can both arise in seeking to use “big data” to facilitate better partnerships between patients and health professionals, improve the quality of healthcare, and generate knowledge.
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...