Learning Health Systems
© University of Michigan
Articles are published under the terms of the Creative Commons License as stated in the final article.
Edited By: Charles Friedman
Online ISSN: 2379-6146
Open for Submissions
Learning Health Systems (LHS) is an international, open access, peer-reviewed journal published in collaboration with the University of Michigan. With a goal of advancing the interdisciplinary area of learning health systems, the journal promotes research, scholarship, and dialogue focused on theory, complex issues, conceptual syntheses, education models and more. LHS seeks to achieve continuous rapid improvement in health and healthcare and to transform organizational practice. The journal includes research reports, experience reports, briefs and commentaries.
Learning Health Systems is now accepting submissions for its first issue.
Reasons to publish:
- Topics of international importance
- Immediately open access, freely available to read, download and share
- Distinguished editorial board
- High standard, rigorous peer review
- Quality and reputation, supported by the University of Michigan and Wiley
- Authors retain copyright
- Compliance with institutional and funder mandates
Understanding Open Access
As an open access journal, all articles in Learning Health Systems are freely available to read, download and share immediately on publication.
LHS Editorial Board Member Joshua Rubin honored with award!
Joshua Rubin was recognized by the National Association for Trusted Exchange for his efforts to ensure patients’ rights to their healthcare data.