2016 Conference Agenda
  Friday, April 1, 2016
  Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center, Harborside Ballroom
7:45 Registration/Exhibits
8:15 Opening Remarks: Louise Anderson, RN, PHN, MS, Director, Carlton-Cook-Lake-St. Louis Community Health Board, and Jenny Peterson, MSW, Executive Director, Generations Health Care Initiatives
8:30 Keynote address - From Doing Good Things to Accountability for Impact:  Tyler Norris, MDiv, Kaiser Permanente
9:30 Bridge to Health Survey Data Presentation:  Mike Finch, PhD, Finch & King, Inc, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, and Ann Kinney, PhD, Minnesota Center for Health Statistics, Minnesota Department of Health
10:15 Break/Exhibits
10:30 Bridge to Health Survey Data Presentation continues:  Mike Finch and Ann Kinney
11:15 Interactive Discussion on Bridge to Health Survey Data
12:00 Lunch/Exhibits
12:45 The Beat Goes On - Sustaining the Heart of New Ulm Project:  Cindy Winters, Heart of New Ulm Project, Jen Maurer, New Ulm Medical Center, and Karen Moritz, RN, BSN, PHN, Brown County Public Health
1:45 Break/Exhibits
2:00 Health Disparities: ThaoMee Xiong, JD, MPA, Center for Health Equity, Minnesota Department of Health
2:30 Resources for Community Health Improvement:  Janna West Kowalski, MS, County Health Rankings & Roadmaps (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute)
3:15 Closing Comments
3:30 Adjourn

2016 Conference Agenda

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2016 Conference Speakers

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  • Tyler Norris, MDiv, Kaiser Permanente

  • Michael Finch, PhD, Finch & King, Inc., Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota

  • Ann Kinney, PhD, Minnesota Center for Health Statistics, Minnesota Department of Health

  • Heart of New Ulm Panel

    • Cindy Winters, Heart of New Ulm Project
    • Jen Maurer, New Ulm Medical Center
    • Karen Moritz, RN, BSN, PHN, Brown County Public Health 
  • ThaoMee Xiong, JD, MPA, Center for Health Equity, Minnesota Department of Health

  • Janna West Kowalski, MS, County Health Rankings & Roadmaps (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute)