Working to achieve the reality of ubiquitous health
The Oregon Health & Science University in partnership with Kaiser Permanente Northwest Region launched a Center of Excellence and K12 Training Program in patient-centered outcomes & Learning Health Systems (LHS) Science (hereafter referred to as the PACT-k12 Program).
This Center of Excellence and PACT-k12 program brings together a network of health systems, academic institutions, health policy agencies, and community-based organizations to form a cross-institutional multidisciplinary learning health systems program pioneering LHS research in Oregon and beyond. The AHRQ-funded Learning Health System K12 Program supports protected research time, dedicated funds, and experiential work with health systems to train the future workforce in learning health system science.
This program is made possible through a grant funded by AHRQ (K12 HS026370).
To build a sustainable network that aligns shared goals and missions to achieve the reality of ubiquitous health
To achieve this vision we seek to advance:
- Personal trusted relationships
- Shared data repositories
- Culture of inquiry that supports science
- Collaborative open learning environment
- Meaningfully integrated implementation activities
Announcements and Updates
We are now accepting applications!
We are currently accepting applications for a September 2022 Appointment. Please check our Application Page for information on how to apply!
Learn more about our dedicated scholars, working to improve health systems from within.
Commitment to diversity
OHSU, KPNW, our partners and program faculty are committed to the recruitment, training, support and retention of individuals from diverse backgrounds without discrimination based on gender identity or expression, race, religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation or military service. The Human Rights Campaign has recognized OHSU for six consecutive years as a “Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality.” Each partner embraces these ideals and actively promotes inclusion through formal and informal programming.