Moving towards a learning health care system in primary care in BC
Hosted by the BC Primary Health Care Research Network
Friday, March 6, 2020
1:30 to 4 pm | Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront
$75 ($50 for students)
This workshop will discuss the progress BC has made towards developing a primary care learning health system. Speakers and participants will share reflections on these developments in their context.
This workshop will be of interest to a variety of stakeholders including those engaged in Primary Care Network operations, primary care clinicians, and researchers with an interest in learning health care systems and team-based primary health care.
To provide a forum for learning and discussion about the infrastructure, tools, and initiatives currently underway in BC to support a primary care learning health system.
At the end of this session, participants will:
- Identify structures and supports involved in a learning health care system including:
- Building the infrastructure for secure and ethical use of primary care data,
- Developing tools and measures (i.e. patient and primary care surveys),
- Promoting learning and quality improvement initiatives for clinicians,
- Creating an iterative learning system.
- Provide their reflections on these structures in the development of a learning health care system in primary care.
1:30 pm | Welcome and workshop overview
Speaker: Dr. Fiona Duncan, MD, Family Physician and Clinical Assistant Professor, UBC Department of Family Practice
1:40 pm | Ministry of Health considerations on the development of learning health care system
Speaker: Shana Ooms, Executive Director of Primary Care in the Primary and Community Care Policy Division, BC Ministry of Health
1:45 pm | Overview of supporting the Ministry of Health develop cycles of learning to inform primary care
Speaker: Morgan Price, MD, PhD, CCFP, FCFP Associate Professor, Primary Care Informatics L.E.A.D. Lab
2:00 pm | Steps towards a learning health care system in Kootenay Boundary
Speaker: Jen Ellis, PhD, Quality Improvement Manager for Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice
2:15 pm | Coffee/stretch break
2:45 pm | Building the data infrastructure for a learning health care system
3:00 pm | Developing the patient experience survey and tools
Speaker: Lena Cuthbertson, Provincial Executive Director, Patient-Centred Performance Measurement & Improvement, Providence Health Care
3:30 pm | Quality Improvement initiatives for clinicians
3:45 pm | Small group break out discussions
Registration for this workshop is separate from the main conference registration.
Questions? Please contact Allison Ezzat at firstname.lastname@example.org