2017 Minnesota Learning Days

Proudly Hosted By
Minnesota Department of Health - Health Care Homes
Minnesota Department of Human Services - The Minnesota Accountable Health Model - SIM Minnesota

April 4-5, 2017 at River's Edge Convention Center, St. Cloud, MN

Help promote Learning Days! Print and post this flyer in your workplace.

Print Program

Download and print a pdf version of the full program.
Note: printed programs will not be available at this year's event.


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.

Register Now


EventDateRegistration Fee
One-day - Tuesday April 4 $125
One-day - Wednesday April 5 $125
Two-day April 4-5 $200
*add $25 per day for onsite registration

A limited number of scholarships will be available. Please click here for more information.

To register go to - www.regonline.com/2017LearningDays

Conference Objectives

Learning Days will prepare participants for accountable health by enhancing knowledge and skills for:

  • Transforming primary care to improve patient experience, health outcomes and total cost of care.
  • Implementing team based care that engages patients, families, consumers, clinics and communities.
  • Developing partnerships between health care providers and community institutions to address social determinants of health.
  • Understanding and improving health equity.

Target Audience

Nearly 600 participants are expected at the 2017 Learning Days, 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