The AIR-P/ATN seeks to build on past success in quality improvement by transitioning into a Learning Network (LN) with guidance from the Anderson Center at Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center. LNs are multicenter collaborations that engage patients, families, clinicians, and researchers to improve care and outcomes, use data to conduct research, and develop and disseminate innovative, evidence-based interventions to achieve improved health results. Our goal is to use the LN to develop and test best practices and strategies for change, and to include underserved community practice partners throughout this process. Patients and parents are essential partners in all aspects of this work.
For more information on Learning Networks, go to http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/j/anderson-center/learning-networks/default.