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Annual Colloquium

Thank you to all who attended the 19th Annual ICSI Colloquium on Health Care Transformation. We hope you found it as inspiring and energizing as we did! We look forward to seeing you next year, May 8-10, 2017, at the same location in Brooklyn Park.


Continuing Education Credits

The evaluation survey is closed. Your continuing education certificate will be sent via email late June or early July. Please contact Lisa Carlson with any questions.

Presentations

The presentations for most* sessions are available through the app as PDF files in each agenda session. You can access the app via a mobile device or on your computer. Please see the App FAQ for important information about platform and operating system requirements.

iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android: Visit your App Store or Google Play on your device and search for ICSI 2016 Colloquium

Computer, Blackberry and Windows phones: Paste this URL into your web browser: ddut.ch/icsi2016 and select the HTML 5 version.

Log in and Get Started!

To access content, enter the email address you used to register for the conference, and the password: AllValue16 (case sensitive).

How to Download and Print Presentations

First go to the session in the agenda section, and then click on the presentation PDF, which opens in your web browser. From there, follow your usual steps to print or save the file. If your mobile device is set up for printing, just click the "up-arrow" icon in the upper right corner of the presentation, which opens the file in your web browser, then select print. 

If you need further assistance, please contact Mary Beth Schwartz, Mark Teats, or call 952-814-7060.

*A few presenters did not use slides or chose not to share them.


About the ICSI Colloquium

The Colloquium attracts more 300 people each year. Attendees include health care organization leaders; primary and specialty care physicians, nurses, and others; quality improvement managers; and others such as care managers, employers, and patients. We expect to open the Call for Speakers for next year's Colloquium, scheduled for May 8-10, 2017, in early fall. For more information, contact Lisa Carlson.

Updated 06/04/16