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Better identifying potential high users of emergency services: a real learning health system in Québec

How do you build a learning health system? Where do you start? How does it work in practice? What are the results? Explore it in this video that documents the real-life case of improving the ability to identify patients at risk of becoming high users of emergency services, based on the V1SAGES programming of Professors Catherine Hudon and Maud-Christine Chouinard. The video is in French.

In 2016, the Unité de soutien au système de santé apprenant (SSA) Québec began a demonstration project in support of the V1SAGES program. This project was launched to improve the ability to identify patients at risk of becoming high users of emergency services has since provided evidence of the value and benefits of the learning health system approach.

Conducted by an interprofessional team involving patients and their families, this demonstration project embodied a research continuum ranging from the structured collection of data and its valorization to the production of decision making tools and, ultimately, the integration of the knowledge acquired into clinical and organizational practices.

The learning health system: a real case

How do you build a learning health system? Where do you start? How does it work in practice? What are the results? Explore it in this video that documents the real-life case of improving the ability to identify patients at risk of becoming high users of emergency services, based on the V1SAGES programming of Professors Catherine Hudon and Maud-Christine Chouinard. The video is in French.

Find out more about the project entitled Improve the ability to identify patients at risk of becoming frequent users of emergency services.