Dr. George Mazariegos is senior author on meeting report published in Pediatric Transplantation

 

Pictured left to right: G Mazariegos, J Squires

Squires JE, Logan B, Lorts A, Haskell H, Sisaithong K, Pillari T, Szolna J, Dodd D, Gonzalez-Peralta RP, Hsu E, Kelly B, Kosmach-Park B, Lobritto S, Ng VL, Perito E, Rasmussen S, Romero R, Shemesh E, Karolak H, Mazariegos GV. A learning health network for pediatric liver transplantation: Inaugural meeting report from the Starzl Network for Excellence in Pediatric Transplantation. Pediatr Transplant. 2019 Jul 22:e13528. doi: 10.1111/petr.13528. PubMed PMID: 31328841.
 
ABSTRACT
Learning Health Networks (LHN) improve the well-being of populations by aligning clinical care specialists, technology experts, patients and patient advocates, and other thought leaders for continuous improvement and seamless care delivery. A novel LHN focused on pediatric transplantation, the Starzl Network for Excellence in Pediatric Transplantation (SNEPT), convened its inaugural meeting in September 2018. Clinical care team representatives, patients, and patient families/advocates partnered to take part in educational sessions, pain point exercises, and project identification workshops. Participants discussed the global impact of transplant from both a population and individual perspective, identifying challenges and opportunities where the Starzl Network could work to improve outcomes at scale across a variety of transplant-related conditions.
 
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