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ICSI Plans Symposium on New Depression Treatment Program That Is Improving Patient Outcomes Five-Fold Over Typical Primary Care
Date:7/7/2009

by Ed Wagner, Director of the MacColl Institute for Healthcare Innovation, and colleagues of the Improving Chronic Illness Care program. Both models encourage high-quality chronic disease management, including productive interactions between patients who take an active part in their care and providers backed by resources and expertise.

The event will be held at the Hilton Airport Hotel in Bloomington, MN. Space is limited. For more information go to: http://www.icsi.org/newdepressioncare/. To register, email Patty Staack at patty.staack@icsi.org.

The Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement (www.icsi.org) is an independent, non-profit organization that helps its members provide evidence-based, best clinical practices to patients in Minnesota and surrounding states. Founded in 1993, ICSI today is funded by seven Minnesota health plans, and is comprised of 54 dues-paying medical groups representing 9,000 physicians. Its innovative and demonstrated processes enable ICSI to unite diverse stakeholders to collaboratively transform health care into a patient-centered and value-driven system.


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