Health Care Homes

Learning Collaborative

Learning Days Conference

The Health Care Homes/State Innovation Model Learning Days conference is an annual opportunity for Minnesota health care home providers, Accountable Communities for Health (State Innovation Model) grantees and community partners to gain knowledge, form relationships and build collaborative partnerships between primary care and behavioral health providers, long-term and post-acute care, local public health, social services and consumers.

2016 Call for Presentations

Presenters are sought for this annual statewide conference for health care providers and community organizations engaged in health reform transformation. Approximately 600 participants are expected. Proposals are requested for beginning, intermediate and advanced sessions for learning tracks in Quality Improvement, Team Based Care, Population Health and Community Partnerships. Peer based, skills based, interactive session content is strongly encouraged. Submission deadline is November 25, 2015.

Call for Presentations

Presentation Proposal Form (Download and save to your computer before completing.)

Save the Date for Learning Days 2016

"On the Road: Patient Centered Care to Healthy Populations"
April 26-27, 2016
Marritott Northwest, Brooklyn Park, MN

Registration opens in January 2016.

Learning Objectives

Learning Days Attendees will enhance knowledge and skill for:

  • Adopting quality improvement approaches to transform primary care and communities resulting in improvements in patient experience, health outcomes and total cost of care.
  • Designing team based care that will increase efficiencies in care coordination in both clinics and communities
  • Identifying strategies and tools to help with engaging patients, families, consumers, clinics and communities to improve overall population health and well being
  • Creating community partnerships to redesign the neighborhood in order to improve health equity

Additional Information

This project is supported by federal funding through the State Innovation Model (SIM) grant, provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI).

Additional information will be posted as it is available.

Any questions can be directed to or call 651-201-5421.

Updated Wednesday, October 28, 2015 at 12:26PM