Series B: Thursday 11:35 a.m. B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Minnesota's State Innovation Model (SIM) Grant: Opportunities for Local Public Health

Image Presentation Slides (PDF: 144KB / 12 slides)
Image Consent to Release and Exchange Personal Information Between Your Care Team Agencies (PDF: 134KB / 1 page)
Image Minnesota Grant Centers (PDF: 242KB / 1 page)
Image Sample Continuity of Care Document (CCD) - Omaha System (PDF: 73KB / 5 pages)
Image Sample CCD - Nightingale Notes (PDF: 22KB / 2 pages)

The State Innovation Model (SIM) grant is an important step forward in an effort to improve the health of all Minnesotans. It aims to help transform the system for delivering and paying for health care; integrating medical, public health, and human service systems; and rethinking the definition and measurement of health. Learn more about SIM grant implementation with presenters who will emphasize "on the ground" experiences with community care teams and electronic health records/information technology adoption. Participants will also learn about opportunities for local public health to create accountable communities for health.

Presenters

Ellen Benavides, MDH: Executive Office
Heidi Favet, Essentia Health Ely Clinic
Greta Siegel, Douglas County Public Health

In This Theme: For Elected Officials

A3   Cross-Jurisdictional Sharing: Practical Tips and True Stories
B3   Minnesota's State Innovation Model (SIM) Grant: Opportunities for Local Public Health
C3   Accelerating Community Engagement to Expand Health Equity: SHIP 3.0 Framework
D3   Upstream Health: Health in All Policies as a Catalyst for Change