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MDH Learning Center

MDH is excited to introduce a new Learning Center to support your Health Care Homes transformation. The MDH Learning Center is your gateway to online courses, conferences, webinars and other resources designed for Health Care Homes stakeholders at all levels of learning.

The MDH Learning Center login page is located at https://mn.elogiclearning.com/Default.aspx?refUrl=https://mn.elogiclearning.com/UI/LandingPage.aspx.

You will need to create a MDH Learning Center user profile at initial login (details below).
Once you establish a MDH Learning Center user profile, you’ll be able to access learning opportunities and create a transcript of your activity.

 

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A course for clinicians and care team members focusing on best practices and tools for diagnosing cognitive impairment in older adults. Created in partnership with Act on Alzheimer’s, this free course includes video demonstrations, webinars, and practice exercises.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the value of timely detection of cognitive impairment and dementia
  2. Administer, score, and interpret at least one objective cognitive assessment tool
  3. Discuss cognitive assessment results and next steps with patients and other providers

This free online course was developed in partnership with ACT on Alzheimer's. Register on the MDH Learning Center.

New to the Learning Center? Click on these links to get started: Create a MDH Learning Center User Profile, Registration Tips, Register, MDH Learning Center FAQs.

Improving the quality of care through community partnerships can be challenging. This course gets you started with information on building community partnerships, data sharing, data vs. information, and assessing the quality of data. Links to tools and resources will deepen your knowledge. Developed in collaboration between MDH Health Care Homes and the MDH Office of Health Information Technology.

Participants who complete this course will be able to:

  • Describe a framework for collaborating with community partners to use and share data
  • Explain fundamental opportunities and limitations for using clinical data from electronic health record systems
  • Identify what forms of data may be used with and without data sharing agreements
  • Appreciate the importance of discussing results/findings to develop collaborative next steps

This course is free, available on demand and may qualify for CEU credit. Register on the MDH Learning Center.

New to the Learning Center? Click on these links to get started: Create a MDH Learning Center User Profile, Registration Tips, Register, MDH Learning Center FAQs.

A series of fourteen lessons that takes learners through each of the five Health Care Homes standards and the necessary steps for certification and recertification.

Register for this free online course on the MDH Learning Center.

New to the Learning Center? Click on these links to get started: Create a MDH Learning Center User Profile, Registration Tips, Register, MDH Learning Center FAQs.

Learn about the difference between implicit and explicit bias, the various lenses through which we view our environment, and how implicit bias affects quality of care and patient health. Additional tools and resources provided. Created by Health Care Homes in partnership with Stratis Health.

Participants in this course will be able to:

  • Recognize that everyone holds implicit bias
  • Describe how implicit bias impacts care quality
  • Provide one example of how implicit bias impacts patients
  • Identify strategies to increase awareness of implicit bias to minimize impacts

Register on the MDH Learning Center.

New to the Learning Center? Click on these links to get started: Create a MDH Learning Center User Profile, Registration Tips, Register, MDH Learning Center FAQs.

Provides an overview of one of the two tracks of the CMS Quality Payment Program (QPP) and will help ground you in the basics and prepare you to participate if the program is new to you. By completing the course, you will be able to:

1. Define MACRA, QPP, MIPS, and APMs
2. Assess whether you are eligible to participate in the QPP
3. Summarize the different MIPS categories
4. Explain MIPS scoring and how to use the Stratis Health MIPS Estimator
5. Explain how to submit MIPS data

This free online course was developed in partnership with Stratis Health. Register on the MDH Learning Center.

New to the Learning Center? Click on these links to get started: Create a MDH Learning Center User Profile, Registration Tips, Register, MDH Learning Center FAQs.

Quality improvement is an essential component of effective organizations and a requirement for health care home certification. This online course explores the fundamentals of quality improvement, including charters, PDSA, the 5 Whys, process maps, defining opportunities, and the Model for Improvement. This course is a collaboration between MDH Health Care Homes and the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement.

Participants who complete this course will be able to:

  • Consider elements of the system and how they might be impacting the improvement opportunity
  • Explore issues using the 5 Whys and mapping techniques
  • Apply the Model for Improvement's three questions to any improvement challenge

This course is free, available on demand and may qualify for CEU credit. Register on the MDH Learning Center.

New to the Learning Center? Click on these links to get started: Create a MDH Learning Center User Profile, Registration Tips, Register, MDH Learning Center FAQs.

Learners will explore shared decision making, a model of patient-centered care. Topics include defining and describing the shared decision making approach, when and how to make use of shared decision making, and what steps should be taken when implementing this model in your organizational setting.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe shared decision making and its potential for our health system in a rapidly changing care delivery and payment environment
  • Identify the questions you should ask to analyze and improve your shared decision making efforts
  • List the steps needed to apply these principles to your measurement and improvement priorities

This free online course was developed in partnership with Stratis Health. Register on the MDH Learning Center.

New to the Learning Center? Click on these links to get started: Create a MDH Learning Center User Profile, Registration Tips, Register, MDH Learning Center FAQs.

There are no upcoming webinars scheduled at this time. Please check back in the future.

There are no training sessions scheduled at this time. Please check back in the future.

Please go to the Past webinar webpage for webinars held prior to 2018.

Click on the links below to access PowerPoint slides from 2018 webinars.

Visit the Health Care Homes YouTube playlist for webinar recordings as available.

The Psychology of Change: Creating an Environment Where Improvement Can Thrive (PDF)

  • Alyssa Palmer, Director of Quality, Southside Community Services, Minneapolis, MN
  • Sarah Horst, Project Manager and Health Care Consultant, Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement, Minneapolis, MN

Health Care Disparities: Using Data to Identify and Act (PDF)

  • Laura Grangaard Johnson, MPH, Senior Research Analyst, Stratis Health
  • Chris Singer, MAN, RN, CPHQ, Chief Operating Officer, West Side Community Health Services
  • Kathie Culhane-Pera, MD, Medical Director of Quality, West Side Community Health Services

Juniper: A Resource for Chronic Disease Management, Falls Prevention, and Community Health (PDF)

  • Sara Lindquist, M.D. Director of Healthcare Integration at Innovations for Aging
  • Mark Cullen, MPA Vice President of Strategy and Operations at Innovations for Aging

Open Clinical Notes: A Tool for Patient Engagement (PDF)

  • Bill Sonterre, Strategic Account Executive/Senior Health IT Consultant, Stratis Health, Minneapolis, MN
  • Lynn McFarling, MD and Chief Medical Information Officer, CentraCare Health, St. Cloud, MN

June 12: The MIPS Experience: A HCH First Year Participant Story (PDF)

  • Reid Haase, Project Manager, Healthcare IT Consultant and Practice Facilitator, Stratis Health, Minneapolis, MN
  • Sister Mary Raphael Paradis. Administrator, Sacred Heart Mercy Health Care Center, Jackson, MN

Behavioral Health Integration Summit

On September 25, 2018, in Shoreview, Minnesota, Health Care Homes, Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics and Behavioral Health Home services providers and their community partners participated in a full day event focused on behavioral health integration in Minnesota. Joan King from the National Council of Behavioral Health was the featured speaker.


Integrating Primary Care and Behavioral Health
The MDH Health Care Homes program held two Minnesota regional meetings (one in St. Cloud and the other in Mankato) for certified Health Care Home clinics, Behavioral Health Home services providers, Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics, and partner organizations interested in working together to enhance whole person care. The events were facilitated by the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement (ICSI). To view agendas and PDF's, click on the links below.

  1. Go to the MDH Learning Center login webpage.
  2. Select the Register Now button in the top right of the screen.
  3. Create a username and password, as well as enter contact information on the page titled "Basic information". A red star denotes a required field.
  4. Click Submit. You will be logged into your MDH Learning Center Home Page.

  1. Each person registering for a learning event must establish a MDH Learning Center user profile and password before registering.
  2. Register one person at a time.
  3. Register in the name of the person who is attending the learning event.
  4. If you find you are unable to attend after registering, send someone else in your place or let MDH HCH know so we can open space for someone else.

  1. Login to the MDH Learning Center and proceed to your Home Page.
  2. Select Browse Training from the left-hand menu.
  3. Click the Minnesota Department of Health link to open a list of available learning opportunities.
  4. Locate appropriate training opportunity.
  5. To initiate e-learning, click More Details for a course description. Click Register, then click Launch to begin learning.
  6. To register for a training session, click More Details for a training description. Click Register to complete registration.
  7. To register for a webinar, click More Details for a training description. Click Register.
  8. Watch for email Registration Confirmation
    from do-not-reply@mn.elogiclearning.com

  1. Is there a cost associated with creating a user profile?
    No, there is no charge for creating a user profile or logging into the MDH Learning Center. Most learning opportunities are offered free of charge. If there is a charge, you will be asked for payment information as you register.

  2. If I work for another state or local government agency and have an Learning Center account there, do I need to create a new profile for the MDH system?
    Yes, you will need to create a user profile for the MDH Learning Center, regardless of whether or not you already have an account with another Learning Center. Each system is independent of the others.

  3. After completing part of a module in the Foundations of Health Care Homes Certification course, I took a break and logged out. When I went back to try and pick up where I left off, I found I could neither advance nor return to earlier slides. What should I do?
    One option is to drop the entire Foundations course, then re-register for it. A record of all completed modules will be saved to your transcript, so you will lose no progress.

  4. I’ve completed three of the Foundations of Health Care Homes Certification modules, but they’re not appearing on my transcript. What’s going on?
    The system does not record completion of individual modules until you have finished the entire course. At that point, your transcript will be updated to include completion of both the course as a whole, as well as each specific module. If you do not complete all 14 modules and want credit for what you have done, just drop the course and all completed work will be recorded on the transcript.

  5. Are CEU credits available for learning activities?
    Certificates of attendance are available to registrants who participate in learning activities and complete an online evaluation. Submit the certificate of attendance to your licensing board for continuing education credits.

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Updated Thursday, January 10, 2019 at 02:55PM