Mayo’s Veronique Roger, M.D., leads new Learning Health Systems Network (LHSNet)
Veronique Roger, M.D. (CV ’88, CV ’92), Mayo Clinic Division of Cardiovascular Diseases, is the principal investigator for the Learning Health Systems Network (LHSNet), a new effort led by the Mayo Clinic Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery.
About the Learning Health Systems Network (LHSNet)
- Is comprised of nine organizations across 13 U.S. states
- Aims to improve and level health care delivery
- Represents various aspects of health care – insurers, health systems, public health – and brings together a diverse population of more than 10 million individuals including patients in underserved and rural areas
- Aims to facilitate patient-centered outcomes research; support large pragmatic clinical trials and observational and interventional comparative effectiveness research studies embedded within health care systems; and enable the dissemination, implementation and evaluation of clinical and community efforts to improve population health.
Dr. Roger is the Elizabeth C. Lane, Ph.D., and M. Nadine Zimmerman, Ph.D., Professor of Internal Medicine and medical director of the Mayo Clinic Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery. She also is a professor of epidemiology and medicine in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science.