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Mayo Clinic Plans Facility at Mall of America
Date:6/17/2009

ential concepts for Mayo's new facility include, but are not limited to:

  • New models for screening and prevention: Focus on testing, counseling and screening with prevention plan development.
  • Services for new and returning Mayo Clinic patients: Helping patients with access, appointments, logistics and other questions related to Mayo Clinic services.
    • Programs that ease/speed access to core Mayo Clinic programs, such as transplant.
    • Comprehensive programs that meet the unique needs of international patients.
  • Education/input opportunities: Unique, new ways to get broad input around new models for delivering care to patients; new products and service prototypes; and deliver health education to the general public.

"Mayo Clinic innovations throughout the years have helped transform the practice of medicine," said David Herman, M.D., a member of the Mayo Clinic Rochester Executive Board and Past Chair, Mayo Clinic Clinical Practices Committee, who is also leading the Gateway project. "Mayo's strength has been focusing on the needs of the patient while continually searching for ways to improve care delivery."

"This project builds on Mayo Clinic's tradition of innovation by focusing on the needs of the patient," Dr. Forbes said. "Mayo strives to create greater value for patients by developing care delivery models based on what patients want and need."

"Mayo Clinic's plan to establish a gateway at the Mall of America strengthens Minnesota's position as a destination for people seeking health care services from around the nation and world," said Governor Tim Pawlenty. "Both organizations enjoy national and international appeal. It makes perfect sense to build on each or
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