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"The two words ‘information’ and ‘communication’ are often used interchangeably, but they signify quite different things. Information is giving out; communication is getting through." -- Sydney J. Harris

Become a MNCM Supporting Member Today

An important deadline for those wishing to renew or begin as a Sponsoring Member of MN Community Measurement (MNCM) occurs Dec 31, 2017.

By joining MNCM as a Supporting Member, your organization will help further the improvement of health through measurement and public reporting. You’ll be joining many other forward thinking Supporting Member organizations.

MNCM began with an idea to report on diabetes performance at a handful of medical groups and has transformed into the primary trusted source for health data sharing and measurement in Minnesota and nationally.

Accelerating the improvement of health and catalyzing our community requires foresight. With your support, MNCM will continue to convene key stakeholders to evaluate, discuss and achieve consensus on the procedures, conditions and types of care sites that require measurement to ensure the level of highest quality and safety are being achieved.

MNCM efforts to find even more alignment with national and local measurements is being recognized. In a recent survey of MNCM medical group stakeholders, nearly two-thirds of respondents felt that MNCM measures were “well-aligned/aligned” locally and nationally.

Join MNCM today! Become a Supporting Member.

Your annual contribution will support this critical work, as well as provide you with:

•  Notification of applicable board and committee openings

•  Opportunities to network with MNCM leaders and other members who are passionate about health and health care quality

•  Notification of measure development workgroup participation and other feedback opportunities

•  Recognition on MNCM.org and subscription to our monthly e-newsletter

With the help of Supporting Members like you, MNCM will continue to bring individuals and organizations together to improve the health of our community.

And since MNCM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, your organizations contribution may be tax deductible.

For more information, please contact Brian Strub at strub@mncm.org or 612-454-4827.