A learning health care system generates discoveries and creates partnerships with patients, providers, and communities that apply evidence-based innovations to improve health, patient care, health care education, quality, safety, experience and value.
Such approaches include:
|Improve Health||Patient Care|
|Health Care Education||Quality|
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Shared Resources and Cores
By centralizing the equipment and expertise of faculty and technicians in a common facility, the services can provide maximum benefit and leverage across the institution as support for a multitude of investigators.
Research Core Facilities are important to the research mission for effective and efficient use of:
- Specialized skills
- Expensive and/or complicated equipment
- Standardized services
Research Core Facilities and Departmental Shared Equipment resources are part of the research infrastructure and are located across the institution.
Faculty investigators throughout Wake Forest School of Medicine utilize state-of-the-art laboratories and interdisciplinary resources to further enhance research finding and advancements in care and treatment options to better the health of the population.