In this issue – Innovation to build learning health systems

Philip Scott

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Priestman W, Sridharan S, Vigne H, Collins R, Seamer L and Sebire NJ. What to expect from electronic patient record system implementation: lessons learned from published evidence. Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics 2018;25(2):92–104.

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Scott PJ, Dunscombe R, Evans D, Mukherjee M and Wyatt J. Learning health systems need to bridge the ‘two cultures’ of clinical informatics and data science. Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics 2018;25(2):126–31.

De Lusignan S, Barlow J and Scott PJ. Genesis of a UK Faculty of Clinical Informatics at a time of anticipation for some, and ruby, golden and diamond celebrations for others. Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics 2018;24(4):344–6.

Sridharan S, Priestman W and Sebire NJ. Chief Information Officer team evolution in university hospitals: interaction of the three ‘C’s (CIO, CCIO, CRIO). Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics 2018;25(2):88–91.

Atashi A, Ahmadian L, Rahmatinezhad Z, Miri M, Nazeri N and Eslami S. Development of a national core dataset for the Iranian ICU patients outcome prediction: a comprehensive approach. Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics 2018;25(2):71–6.

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