Screen Shot 2016-09-23 at 9.41.33 AM.png
2_ Kids Walking to Jefferson copy.jpg
Screen Shot 2016-09-23 at 9.41.33 AM.png

Our Impact on Population Health


SCROLL DOWN

Our Impact on Population Health


 

Partner With us

Through our partnerships, we work collaboratively to build individual and community capacity to shift values and cultures to support healthful choices. Partner with us to help improve population heath in your community - and sustain it.

 

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.

2_ Kids Walking to Jefferson copy.jpg

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 the final year 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.

Learn more about the Heart of New Ulm »

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 the final year 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.

Learn more about the Heart of New Ulm »

Stay Connected


Stay Connected


TAKE ACTION

Our team has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals, presented at national and local scientific conferences and has a strong track record of sharing our best practices with other communities.  

LEARN MORE

Read about our latest research and program updates from our population health team and partners.

STAY INFORMED

Sign up for our free newsletter to stay up to date on the latest heart disease and population health research and promising practices from thought leaders in the field.


Follow MHIF Population Health on Twitter