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ICSI offers members expert training in such areas as transforming care delivery, preventing avoidable hospital readmissions and integrating behavioral health and primary care. Training can be customized to the needs of your organization, from frontline staff to C-Suite, as well as to emerging groups such as care managers and health coaches.

Educational Events
ICSI offers a variety of visionary and practical learning opportunities, ranging from its annual Colloquium to numerous forums, webinars and other events. Members attend for free or at greatly reduced costs and gain access to local and national experts.
ICSI’s workshops on motivational interviewing have been packed as clinicians, nurses, care managers and others learn how to support the patient’s effort to change behavior.
“We value ICSI’s educational opportunities. ICSI provides a wide variety of high-quality webinars on cutting-edge topics at times that are convenient for busy clinicians.”

Rhonda Degelau, Executive Director, Minnesota Association of Community Health Centers
Grants and Initiatives
Our members’ stellar work helps ICSI secure local and national grants. We reinvest portions of these revenues as well as lessons learned from the initiatives into our member organizations.
Through an AHRQ grant, ICSI worked with like organizations in four states to integrate SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment) into primary care to address risky substance use. Eighteen ICSI clinics received stipends to participate.
“We want to extend our heartfelt appreciation of working with you as partners. We learned and gained a tremendous amount, and now have the internal capacity to continue this work—an impressive outcome.”

Keith T. Kanel, MD, Medical Director, Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative

ICSI’s work often sets the foundation and path for members to improve the quality and value of care delivered. Today ICSI is at the forefront of moving health care beyond the clinic walls to build accountable health communities.

ICSI helped a member rally its community to address substance use and talk more openly about depression. As a result, more citizens who have these conditions are seeking and receiving care.

“We joined ICSI to gain insight in quality improvement and change management and have since gained much more. ICSI has provided resources and support to help us navigate through health care reform, initiate new patient services and engage community members in the promotion of healthy lifestyles.”

Peg Schumacher, Clinic Administrator, Montevideo Hospital and Clinic