Learning Collaborative



Request for Proposals

General Learning Communities Grant

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is seeking proposals from qualified professionals or organizations to plan, implement, facilitate, and evaluate four Learning Communities. Learning communities give care providers tools to improve quality, patient experience and health outcomes, while actively engaging communities and reducing health care expenditures as part of the Minnesota Accountable Health Model Grant.

This grant opportunity will provide funding to four Learning Communities to advance the Minnesota Accountable Health Model:

• Three General Learning Communities, which will be focused on a selected transformation topic. There will be an additional round of funding in 2015.

• One Accountable Community for Health (ACH) Learning Community focused on topics specific to implementation of an ACH.


The General Learning Community grant goal is to provide support to facilitate efforts of interested small, independent practices to create learning communities to emphasize their special learning needs. The ACH Learning Community grant goal is to provide technical support and peer learning opportunities for ACH teams throughout the State.

For more information on this grant and how to apply visit the Health Reform SIM website.

 

Past Request for Proposals Include:

Request for Proposals: Learning Community Grant

Health Care Home Learning Collaborative Evaluation Design RFP

 

For more information on past RFPs, please contact health.healthcarehomes@state.mn.us



Updated Wednesday, December 03, 2014 at 10:12AM