A health care home statewide learning collaborative is required by the 2008 Health Reform legislation, Minnesota Statute §256B.0751. This learning collaborative will provide an opportunity for health care homes and state agencies to exchange information and enhance understanding related to quality improvement and best practices.
Save the Date for our Spring Learning Days May 12-14, 2015,
River's Edge Conference Center, St. Cloud, MN.
This evaluation plan includes a proposed methodology for developing and refining MDHs current system of evaluation of the Learning Collaborative.
Learning Communities are intended to provide learning for primary care teams in a focused environment to improve specific aspects of care. Current Learning Communities include: Disease Prevention and Health Improvement Learning Community and Patient-and Family-Centered Care Learning Community
New opportunities are now available. The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is seeking proposals from qualified professionals or organizations to plan, implement, facilitate, and evaluate four Learning Communities.
Learning Collaborative Advisory Committee provides guidance and technical expertise to the HCH Learning Collaborative.
Webinar series designed to increase knowledge of innovative practices and standards in primary care, and help equip clinics to begin the transformation process into utilizing integrated care models. Series is geared toward primary care clinics interested in learning about HCHs and/or becoming a certified HCH.
Held on a monthly basis, these webinars are geared toward providing opportunities for primary care clinics to learn about innovative and best practices in health care.
Toolkit assists health care homes and primary care clinics in serving the complex population of seniors and persons with disabilities.