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Our Impact on Population Health


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Our Impact on Population Health


 

health care redefined

In health care today, enhancing the quality and experience of patient care, reducing health care costs and improving the health of our nation’s population all at the same time is considered the “Triple Aim.” This bold vision will only be accomplished through leadership and innovation.

 

the Heart of new ulm project

A collaborative partnership of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation®, Allina Health’s New Ulm Medical Center and the community of New Ulm, Hearts Beat Back®:  The Heart of New Ulm Project is a 10-year initiative to significantly reduce heart attacks among residents in the community of New Ulm, Minn. The project was just awarded the Most Meaningful Life-impacting Improvement award at the Health Analytics Summit.

 
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THE STORY OF NEW ULM


The population health transformation of New Ulm, Minnesota is featured in a compelling documentary that highlights the bold, groundbreaking initiative aimed at reducing heart disease. Currently in year eight, of a 10-year journey, the Heart of New Ulm Project is producing incredible financial and health outcomes that are preventing disease versus treating it after it occurs. 

Watch the full documentary »

 

 

 

THE STORY OF NEW ULM


The population health transformation of New Ulm, Minnesota is featured in a compelling documentary that highlights the bold, groundbreaking initiative aimed at reducing heart disease. Currently in year eight, of a 10-year journey, the Heart of New Ulm Project is producing incredible financial and health outcomes that are preventing disease versus treating it after it occurs. 

Watch the full documentary »

 

 

 

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Our national Rural Health Leadership Institute empowers health care leaders to embrace health care solutions designed to improve the “triple aim”-- care experience (quality and access), value, and population health outcomes. 

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Along with our partners, Hearts Beat Back: The Heart of New Ulm Project is honored to have received prestigious awards from the Minnesota Hospital Association and the American Hospital Association, and to be featured in a study of successful community health partnerships by the University of Kentucky's College of Public Health.