In honor of the clinics and medical groups across Minnesota that are committed to closing health care quality gaps, the Minnesota Health Action Group and the Minnesota Bridges to Excellence Champions of Change will be hosting a recognition reception on July 27, 2017, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Recognized clinics qualified for incentive payments by meeting performance criteria for either achievement or improvement by delivering optimal care to their patients with diabetes, vascular disease, and/or depression.
The MNBTE Champions represent private and public purchasers who are united in their desire to encourage health care providers to focus on improved health outcomes for all Minnesotans.
Because this will be the final event for the MNBTE program as we have known it, we will recognize the 2017 reward recipients, celebrate the success of the program since its inception, and toast all of the clinics that have been rewarded in the course of the past dozen years. Official notification of 2017 recognized clinics will sent in late June.
Lists of rewarded clinics from previous years are posted here.
Date: Thursday, July 27, 2017
Time: 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m., recognition program begins at 6:15 p.m.
Location: Hilton Airport/MOA Hotel, 3800 American Boulevard E., Bloomington, MN
Complimentary cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Clinicians, health plans, health systems, quality improvement organizations, employers/purchasers, as well as other community stakeholders are encouraged to join us for this celebratory event.
We hope to see you there!
Benefits managers and directors are comfortable working with data. Whether it’s a report from the health plan, or analytics from a data warehouse, they — YOU! — are comfortable asking questions and seeking answers to drive fact-based decisions. However, often the data set is limited to your own plan or to “book of business” data from your vendor. As the challenges of health care become more complex, a broader data set may be valuable — to understand relative performance, gain deeper insights, improve value, and drive better health outcomes for your employees.
In Minnesota, the health care data being gathered from health plans and providers across the state is an important community asset — highly valued by policy makers, but often untapped by employers.
HEAR FROM THE MEASUREMENT AND REPORTING EXPERTS
Our speakers will share information about:
LEARN FROM YOUR PEERS
Action Group members will provide insights about how community data can be used by employers to support decisions, guide action, and deliver value.
GET AN EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW
You’ll get an advance look at new health care reports that may soon be available soon in Minnesota.
Whether you’d describe yourself as a benefits strategist or a data geek, this meeting offers something for all! We hope you can join us.
July 26, 2017
8 a.m.-9:30 a.m. (Networking begins at 7:30)
Hilton Airport/MOA Hotel
3800 American Boulevard E.