Catch up on what you may have missed at the conference and listen to a webinar that was held on October 29, 2015.


Transforming the health care delivery system requires an understanding of how best to use electronic health data to generate the evidence needed to improve care and outcomes.

Concordium 2015 brought together individuals and organizations working with big health data to integrate evidence, practice, and policy in the delivery system setting. The conference was designed to advance the strategic development and use of evidence to transform health systems by:

  • Showcasing Innovation and Leading Ideas;
  • Sharing Emerging Science and Applications; and
  • Promoting Collaboration

Concordium 2015 was an inaugural conference that draws on AcademyHealth’s Electronic Data Methods (EDM) Forum and its extensive experience in delivery system innovation. Established in 2010 with support from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the EDM Forum drives rapid collaboration among researchers and diverse stakeholders who create data, methods, and evidence to shape the next generation of learning health systems. This new meeting brought together the EDM Forum Stakeholder Symposium and AcademyHealth’s Delivery System Meeting, to focus on ways to integrate evidence, practice, and policy.

Browse the contents of Concordium 2015: Data and Knowledge Transforming Health: