2015 Minnesota Learning Days Conference

Pre-Conference Workshop for SIM Grantees
Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Learning Day Conference
Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Post-Conference Workshop on Health Care Homes Topics
Thursday, May 14, 2015

River’s Edge Convention Center
St. Cloud, MN

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity for Minnesota health care home providers, and community partners from behavioral health, public health, social services, and long term and post-acute care to gain and share knowledge, form relationships, and exchange information about integrating care for people we all care for and work with in our day to day practice. We are pleased to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Brenner, CEO of Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers and an innovator in health care transformation, to kick off the conference with a keynote address on "Better Care at Lower Cost: Bending the Cost Curve in America's Poorest City."


Online registration is closed. Participant registration will be available onsite:

EventDateOnsite Registration Fee
Pre-Conference Workshop for SIM GranteesMay 12$40
Learning Day ConferenceMay 13$100
Post-Conference Workshop on Health Care Homes TopicsMay 14$40

Conference Objectives

Participants at the conference will see applications and learn strategies for:

  • Identifying, engaging and collaborating with community stakeholders
  • Enhancing access, quality and patient experience while reducing costs
  • Improving population health and health equity

Conference Learning Tracks

  • Payment Transformation Methodologies
  • Quality Improvement
  • Population Health
  • Behavioral Health Integration
  • Culturally Appropriate Care/Social Determinants of Health
  • Emerging Professions
  • E-Health and Data Analytics
  • Care Coordination (Beginning and Advanced)
  • Care Planning (Beginning and Advanced)

See the session list >

Target Audience

Over 500 participants are expected at the 2015 Conference, including representatives from:

  • Patients/consumers
  • Families
  • Caregivers
  • Medical and dental practitioners
  • Care coordinators
  • Health educators
  • Dietitians
  • Social workers
  • Public/community health workers
  • Pharmacists
  • Long-term care providers
  • School nurses/counselors
  • Behavioral health care providers
  • Primary and specialty care clinic teams
  • Community paramedics
  • Tribal community providers
  • Health plans
  • Other entities providing integrated care