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.
Glyn Elwyn et al. describe how patients and their healthcare providers can coproduce health services for better value, satisfaction, and outcomes. Coproduction has revolutionized the economies and practices of several sectors--travel, shopping, banking, etc.--and has...read more
Jennifer, a person with rheumatoid arthritis, shares her experience using an electronic dashboard to enhance communication with her care team on the Arthritis Foundation News Blog.read more