The AHRQ-funded Patient-Centered CDS Learning Network has completed its grant, and this website is no longer being maintained. Many of the activities and materials developed by the PCCDS Learning Network are still freely available on this website.
On January 31, 2020 the PCCDS Learning Network, an AHRQ-funded grant, ended. Many of the resources from this four-year initiative are still available on this website. A few of the high-level achievements of this initiative are listed below.
- With engaged leadership and passionate community members, learning networks can successfully provide the foundation for future work even in complex areas or across multiple disciplines.
- Beginning the conversation by bringing the patient to the center of care differentiated the work.
- Valuing the importance and significance of community engagement helped lay a broad and innovative foundation for future work.
- Read more about future planning for PCCDS in our Sustainability Proposal
On January 31, 2020 the PCCDS Learning Network, an AHRQ-funded grant, ended. Some important lessons learned from this effort are listed below.
- Consider use cases to focus the work early on
- If working across several emerging areas, develop stakeholder engagement early with frequent touchpoints
- Plan for sustainability from the outset