August 14, 2018 | Volume 7, Issue 27
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This version of This Week is intended for employees in the Divesting Operations.
 


Strategic Update from Chuck Neumann

A Message from Chuck Neumann, Interim President and CEO: Last week, we held our quarterly KentuckyOne Health board meeting, and as planned, a large portion of the discussion centered on the ongoing negotiations with BlueMountain capital management to secure the future of the divesting operations. Like all of us, our board is eager to finalize an agreement so that we can confirm a clear path for the Louisville facilities and operations.

I and other members of the leadership team are often asked by many of you about the specific details, and why the process is taking so long. While it can seem that this process has lasted for some time, we actually began the negotiation process a short eight months ago. During this time, BlueMountain has carefully evaluated the operations of multiple facilities and locations in order to make the most informed decision for continued access to health care in the Louisville market ...

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Update: Catered Lunches from
External Vendors

Because of the recent Hepatitis A outbreak in the Louisville Metro area, several weeks ago we instructed that until further notice, no catered lunches were to be brought into any KentuckyOne Health divesting facility, office or break room area by any external vendors. At this point, the majority of our providers and staff have received the Hepatitis A vaccine. With that, effective immediately, we will allow catered lunches to resume if the following conditions have been met ...

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After-Hours Care:
Four Convenient Locations in Louisville

Are you aware that KentuckyOne Health offers after-hours and urgent care services in Louisville? KentuckyOne provides personalized medical care to walk-ins for a wide range of minor injuries and illnesses. Our goal is to treat your immediate health care needs when your doctor's office is closed. Check out the four locations and hours to keep in mind for you and your family ...

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How Are You Doing with Your Preventive Screenings this Year?

Preventive and biometric screening exams are an important part of your overall well-being. Remember, this year you can receive $50 per exam, with a maximum of four screenings per year. Check with your provider to see which screenings are appropriate for you (e.g., mammogram, vision exam, PSA test, colorectal cancer exam). For more information about preventive and biometric screenings, log on to Inside CHI and visit the well-being pages ...

Download Flyer: Preventive Screenings Overview

Download Flyer: How to Upload Your Screening Form




Learn How a Health Savings Account
Can Help You

Annual Enrollment – your time to select your benefits for 2019 – is coming in October, which means you’ll want to know about health savings accounts (HSAs). An HSA gives you a way to set money aside for out-of-pocket medical expenses; plus, it can reduce the amount you pay in taxes. If you choose to enroll in the CHI High Deductible Health Plan, you’ll automatically qualify for an HSA ...

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Find out how you can help!

More Headlines, Events & Reminders

We need your help! Jewish Hospital's blood bank is low. Through July of this year, Jewish Hospital has transfused over 900 units of single donor platelets ...

Sign Up to Donate during the American Red Cross Blood Drive at Rudd Heart and Lung Center on Sept. 18

Drink Up Challenge ($50 wellness dollars) Now Underway

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