The AHA Center for Health Innovation has launched the Living Learning Network, a peer-to-peer community where health care professionals can connect, share and learn.

The virtual platform offers a gathering place for respected subject matter experts, thought leaders and colleagues across the nation to hear how their peers face unexpected challenges, manage change and work together to create tools and resources to reimagine health care. 

“COVID-19 continues to demand partnership and innovation in health care,” said Marie Cleary-Fishman, AHA vice president for clinical quality. “The Living Learning Network is designed to both accelerate and enhance collaboration and knowledge sharing — key factors in establishing widespread adoption of the most effective evidence-based clinical practices.”

 

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