The seven Minnesota Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) called on turnlane to partner in shaping and leading a transformative effort to promote and support a culture of self-managed health and well-being in Minnesota. To realize this aspiration, they set out to develop a network of organizations that could deliver evidence-based programs at scale across Minnesota.
Desired outcomes of this work included:
• Helping people manage chronic conditions, prevent falls and foster well-being
• Improving quality of life and reducing the need for costly medical interventions
Today, that network, now known as Juniper, is touching thousands of lives across Minnesota and has established the needed infrastructure to sustain a statewide evidence-based program marketplace.