CEOs Pledge to Collaborate
Opioid Crisis, Mental Health
Fifteen CEOs of Minnesota health care organizations have come together to work on pressing issues to improve the health of our communities, beginning with opioids and mental health. Read their pledge and learn more about this collaborative effort.
Effective leadership continues to be critical for all organizations. Leaders who can articulate a steady, foundational vision while holding themselves and their staff accountable for constant change will be in high demand. Learn more (members only).
Practical Tools for Your Workplace
Everyday Improvement Workshop
Coming this July! Learn the key elements of improvement science in a way that is accessible and practical, and walk out with tools you can immediately apply to improvement opportunities in your workplace. Learn more and register.
Recent NewsAll News
CMS Selects Allina Health for Accountable Health Communities Project
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has selected Allina Health as one of 32 organizations to participate in a five-year Accountable Health Community model test to determine if bridging the gap between clinical and community services providers for patients with health-related social needs can improve the health of patients and reduce the cost of care. Allina will target five counties in Minnesota. Learn more.
Patient Advisory Council (PAC)
Welcomes New Members
ICSI is excited to welcome two new members to its PAC: Michelle Aldinger, an RN graduate of the University of Minnesota, and Weldon Makori, a young adult with a desire to be engaged with the health care community. We are excited to have them helping contribute the patient voice to the work of the ICSI collaborative. Learn more.
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Everyday Improvement – Practical Tools
for Your Workplace
Wed., July 12 & Thurs., July 27, 2017 | 8 a.m. - Noon | Bloomington, MN
Registration is open! In this updated two-part workshop, you’ll learn the key elements of improvement science in a way that is accessible and practical, and walk out with tools you can immediately apply to improvement opportunities in your workplace. You’ll discover the answers to these questions:
- How do systems impact outcomes?
- How do I create a sense of ownership rather than
hope for buy-in?
- How do I use data to inform decisions?
Designed for care team members, leaders, clinicians, quality and EMR/data staff – anyone interested in supporting their organization by making improvements. Learn more and register.