KyOne-ThisWeek

June 13, 2013 | Volume 2, Issue 22

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Peck to Continue as Leader of Jewish Hospital

Chuck Peck, MD, will continue as interim president for Jewish Hospital through 2014. He assumed the role in March after serving as a consultant with the KentuckyOne clinical effectiveness team.

“Dr. Peck has had great success in a short time. Admissions have increased at Jewish Hospital as the result of the no-diversion policy and improved physician relationships. His team has made strides in the areas of clinical effectiveness, safety huddles and staffing planning. I am pleased that he has agreed to continue in leadership with us for the next 18 months,” said Bev Weber, KentuckyOne Health Chief Operating Officer. 

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Project GreenPrint Implementation Update 

Project GreenPrint will begin installing new copier, printer and fax equipment at the following sites: 

Saint Joseph Jessamine: June 20
Saint Joseph London: June 24-28
Flaget Memorial Hospital: June 24-28
Saint Joseph Berea: July 23-31
 

Training on the new products will be provided as they are installed. Click "Read More" below for helpful tips. Project GreenPrint is a managed print services program that will enhance operations, reduce costs, provide a stable and consistent support system, and reduce the use of non-renewable resources. The program is managed by CHI's new partner Ricoh. The program is already in place at Saint Joseph Mount Sterling and Saint Joseph Martin, and is being adopted throughout KentuckyOne Health. 

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PCA iPad2 Winners Announced 

In April, KentuckyOne Health completed the organization-wide Performance Culture Assessment, with a response from 65 percent of employees. Due to the excellent participation, 25 lucky employees received an iPad2, distributed by our Human Resources team. The winners were randomly drawn by our survey partner, HealthStream. 

HealthStream is currently processing the data and generating reports to summarize the feedback. The information will be available this summer. Once results are received, the information will be shared through group meetings with leaders. 

Thanks for participating in the ongoing journey to improve the culture of KentuckyOne Health. Click "Read More" below to view the photo gallery of iPad2 winners! (Left: Felicia Griffin, Saint Joseph East) 

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Kevin Richie, Team Win First Place in the 2013 Yum! IGNITES Louisville Challenge 

In the beginning, Kevin Richie (back row, center) joined Leadership Louisville to hone his leadership skills and network with other leaders. He never dreamed his team would come in first in an important contest – much less transform a charity that once operated out of a spare bedroom into a nonprofit with national reach. 

Richie, who is vice president of workforce planning and talent acquisition for KentuckyOne Health, signed up to serve on a Leadership Louisville team last fall. Seven months later, Team Major Outcomes had provided so much help to Hope Scarves, a charity for breast cancer patients, that the team won first place in the 2013 Yum! IGNITES Louisville Challenge.  

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Kelly Brandon Honored with DAISY Award 

This week’s DAISY Award winner is Kelly Brandon, RN (center, in front of the word "DAISY" on banner), who works on the 4A medical-surgical unit at Saint Joseph Hospital. A grateful family member of two patients said: 

“In late September of 2012 my terminally ill mother was hospitalized, and was cared for by Kelly, who went above and beyond her required duties to provide compassionate care. My mother died that December. In January of 2013, my father was hospitalized, and was fortunate to have Kelly as his nurse. She not only provided the same excellent quality of care, but also sat with – and cried with – my father as he talked about my mother. Attending to both the medical needs as well as the emotional needs of a patient is part of what blossoms a nurse into a DAISY nurse!” 

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More Headlines 

Leadership Advance Webinar is June 14 

Corporate Responsibility Education Due June 15  

St. Mary’s Auxiliary/Hope Scarves Benefit June 15 

'Run for the Health of It' 5K Walk/Run Fundraiser June 15 

Walk With A Doc at Iroquois June 15  

KYOne Hosts CE Opp Regarding Lung Cancer June 19 

SJMS Foundation Hosts Golf Tournament June 20  

Saint Joseph Berea/KODA Hero Event June 20 

Go Red Night at the Lexington Legends June 21 

Flaget Sponsors Bardstown HeartChase June 22 

Walk With A Doc at Shawnee June 22 

Join KYOne Team and "Bike MS" June 22-23 

Saint Joseph Bone and Joint Center Open House June 27 

LEARN Module for HR Policies/Procedures is Due July 1 

ULH Hosts Nursing Informatics Conference Aug. 2-3   

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CHI News Update 

KentuckyOne This Week will include the Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) publication e in each issue. CHI is a sponsor of KentuckyOne and will be sharing news of interest to all employees. 

June 13, 2013 

Note: ULH/JGBCC employees will not be able to access all of the links in this issue since they are not yet connected to the CHI Connect program. 

New Board of Stewardship Trustees Members
For Information
CHI has announced new members of the Board of Stewardship Trustees, as well as a new board chair, effective July 1. 

Christopher Lowney, a member of the Board of Stewardship Trustees since 2009, will serve as board chair beginning July 1. He succeeds Phyllis Hughes, RSM, who has been a member of the board since 2004 and has served as board chair since 2008. A former Jesuit seminarian, Lowney later served as a managing director of J.P. Morgan & Co. in New York, Tokyo, Singapore and London. He is a popular author and speaker on topics such as leadership, business ethics and inter-religious dialogue. 

Geraldine Bednash is CEO and executive director of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Washington, D.C. 

Richard Corrente is a retired business executive who served in various financial management positions in 35 years with Raytheon Company, Lexington, MA. 

Katherine Gray, CSJ, is a past general superior of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, CA. 

Barbara Hagedorn, SC, is a past president of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, one of CHI's participating congregations. 

Lillian Murphy, RSM, is the CEO of Mercy Housing, Denver, CO, a nonprofit organization that provides people who are economically poor with quality, affordable homes. 

Edward Speed is retired from a 35-year career in banking, financial services, real estate development and construction. 

James Hamill joined the Board of Stewardship Trustees in December 2012. He served as president and CEO of Washington County Health System (now Meritus Health), Hagerstown, MD, from 2000 until his retirement in 2011. 

CPE Forums, Case Studies Share Leading Practices
For Information
CHI's Clinical and Process Excellence (CPE) team is sharing leading practices and results of CPE efforts through case studies and a monthly forum. CPE, part of CHI’s Clinical and Operational Excellence Initiative, focuses on improving clinical operations and reducing costs. Case studies and forum recordings are available on Inside CHI's CPE page.  

The next CPE Forum will focus on multidisciplinary rounds at Mercy-Des Moines and blood utilization at St. Vincent-Little Rock. The information will be useful for quality leaders, CMOs/CNOs, other clinical leaders and CPE teams.  

Clinical and Process Excellence Forum
June 24, 3-4 p.m. ET
Join the Meeting
Audio 1.888.422.712, participant code 112377 

Report Highlights PFAC Accomplishments
For Information
A new CHI report, Patient Engagement in Action 2012, shares the accomplishments of Patient and Family Advisory Councils (PFACs) throughout CHI. During FY2012, each PFAC selected and monitored a project to improve the patient experience, producing new resources, ideas and outcome measurements that other CHI organizations can use. The report presents summaries of each PFAC project, with links to additional detail. 

ITS Service Desk Now on Inside CHI
For Information
New pages for the ITS Service Desk (formerly known as the IT Help Desk) are now available on Inside CHI. The new pages are organized by employee audience: 

• The Tools for Users (Employees) link leads to do-it-yourself (DIY) tools that all employees can use to solve computer problems on their own, as well as outage information, ITS ticket response times, access requests and more. There is also a link to the faces behind the voices on the ITS Service Desk: pictures and bios of the ITS Service Desk team and their workspaces in Manila and Chennai. 

• The Tools for ITS Employees link leads to on-the-job tools for the use of ITS employees. 

New Way to Submit IT Services Requests
For Information
On June 28, Information Technology Services (ITS) will launch a simpler process for service requests. CHI employees will be able to make requests via a new Request for ITS Services website or via an ITS site director, manager or national group liaison. Employees who make requests via the new website will be able to check the status of their requests at any time. 

The Request for ITS Services site will be used to request services that involve short- or long-term planning for projects, as well as smaller work requests. For immediate ITS support needs, including help with computer hardware or software problems, employees should continue to contact the ITS Service Desk directly. 

The link for the Request for IT Services site will be in an upcoming issue. Employees will also learn more through meetings with ITS site directors and managers. For more information about the new process or site, contact your ITS site director or manager. 

My Healthy Spirit Enhances Wellness Center Portlet
For Information
The My Healthy Spirit Wellness Center for employees and their eligible spouses now includes graphic indicators that show the status of the employee's and spouse's biometrics; Personal Health Assessments (PHAs); and accumulated Healthy Spirit wellness incentive points, which are necessary to earn a discount on 2014 CHI Medical Plan contributions. Based on an individual's status, the same graphics, as well as rollover “tool tips,” may link to related content. 

For new employees starting at CHI between June 1 and Dec. 1: Personalized communications will invite you and your spouse to participate in the Healthy Spirit Wellness Incentive Program and guide you towards earning a $150 taxable gift card. 

For more information, visit the My Healthy Spirit website. KentuckyOne Health employees currently do not have access to this site; access to come.  

Welcome MBA Summer Associates
For Information
Four MBA students are participating in a 10-week internship in the Denver national office as a part of CHI’s new MBA Summer Associate Program. CHI welcomes Heather Richards, University of Colorado; Terrance Wallace, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University; and Kathryn Ruggeri and Michael Berry, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver. From June 10 to Aug. 16, they will complete projects designed to provide real-world health care experience. 

Reminder:
ST&A Downtime Begins June 18
Action: Review changes to Standard Time and Attendance and prepare for downtime
CHI will upgrade its Standard Time and Attendance (ST&A, also known as Kronos) and Time and Attendance Analytics applications. Beginning June 18, users will experience scheduled periods of downtime: 

Standard Time and Attendance (Kronos) 6.3 Upgrade
48 hours of downtime (may be less)
Begins: June 18, 9 a.m. ET 
Ends: June 20, 9 a.m. ET 

Time and Attendance Analytics 6.3 Upgrade
7 days of downtime (approximate)
Begins: June 18, 9 a.m. ET
Ends: Approximately June 25; a communication will be sent out when the upgrade is complete and Time and Attendance analytics are available. 

Action needed during downtime
Employees who timestamp need to manually track in and out times. Employees who use time clocks or Telephony Time Entry (TTE) can continue to punch in and out. 

Training and information available
Training is available in LEARN in the form of a job aid for timekeepers and managers, who will see the course in their LEARN queues beginning this week; or, to find the course in LEARN, search for "Standard Time & Attendance Upgrade." A job aid for managers and employees can also be viewed online. 

For more information, contact your ST&A superuser. 

New Issue of COE Momentum Available
For Information
The June issue of Momentum, a monthly update on CHI’s Clinical and Operational Excellence journey, is now available on the COE page on Inside CHI. The site also offers other COE resources and a place to sign up to have Momentum sent directly to your email inbox. Among other topics, this month’s Momentum tells how CHI hospitals are preventing ventilator-associated pneumonia by recommitting to protocols and cultivating new levels of staff and physician engagement. 

New Issue of OneCare's For the Record Available
For Information
A new issue of For the Record, an electronic update about CHI's OneCare program, is available on Inside CHI. 

People on the Move
For Information
Joseph Messmer
to interim president, Unity Family Healthcare, Little Falls, MN, from interim CEO, St. Mary's Healthcare Center, Pierre, SD, effective June 24.
Deb Moore to president, Memorial Hospital Hixson, Hixson, TN, from SVP, effective July 1.
Ricky Napper to president, Memorial Hospital, Chattanooga, TN, from president and CEO, Magnolia Regional Health Center, Corinth, MS, effective July 15.

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