Health Care Homes

Learning Collaborative

Monthly Webinar Series

The Health Care Homes/State Innovation Model Learning Collaborative hosts a year round webinar series to provide opportunities for heatlh care providers and community partners to learn about health transformation.

Monthly webinars are geared toward providing opportunities for certified Health Care homes and clinics interested in certification to learn about innovative and best practices in health care.

Upcoming Webinars:

  • Transition of Care Post Hospitalization

  • Date: September 22, 2015
    Time: 12:00 p.m. CST

    Meg Pluth, Director of Clinical Operations, Minnesota Multi-care Association and collegeaues will discuss effective strategies for transstioning patients to a variety of settings after the hospital. Presenters will highlight the COPD readmission project, hospital discharge list, transitional care conference, and high risk notification. Joining Meg are health care coaches, Kari Coddington, Nicole Lyden and Stacey Allen, From the Minnesota Multi-care Association.

    Webinar participants will increase understanding of :

    • Private clinic discharge process with hospitals.
    • How clinic and hospital collaboration reduces COPD readmissions.
    • Importance of face to face working relationship with community resources.
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    • Importance of follow up for high risk patients post hospitalization.
    • Register to attend this webinar.

    • Behavioral Health Integration 101

      Date: October, 2015
      Time: 12:00 p.m. CST

      Dr. Jeff Capobianco, PhD, from the National Council for Behavioral Health, presents an overview of behavioral health integration. Details, date and registration information to follow.

    • Food Insecurity

      Date: November 18, 2015
      Time: 12:00 p.m. CST

      Dr. Diana Cutts, Pediatrician, will discuss her work at Hennepin County Medical Center conducting food insecurity research for over 15 years, and testing interventions to address this social determinant of health in the healthcare setting.

      Learning Objectives for this session:

      • Define food insecurity and describe its relationship to health.
      • Understand data regarding food insecurity prevalence nationally and locally, and identify risk factors.
      • Learn about healthcare system based interventions to screen for and address food insecurity.

      Register to attend this webinar.

      A list of previous webinars and topics our learning collaborative have covered can be found on our Past Webinars Page.

    Updated Tuesday, September 01, 2015 at 03:11PM