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March 9, 2018 | Volume 7, Issue 7
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It’s Almost Time for Brighter Evenings: Daylight Saving Time Begins Sunday

It's the time of year when we move our clocks ahead one hour. To keep our time and attendance systems running smoothly when the clocks "spring forward" at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 11, several things will happen automatically. There will be no need for any manual intervention other than adjusting the schedules of exempt employees whose shifts span the time change ...

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Corporate Responsibility Begins with Personal Responsibility

Each of us helps shape our culture by putting our core values into practice, acting in accordance with our standards of conduct, and complying with laws and regulations. During this time of transition, it is more important than ever to ensure we are following the framework for ethical behavior that defines our distinctive culture. Our Corporate Responsibility Program continues to provide resources and support ...

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Are You Leaving Money Behind?

The health care and dependent day care flexible spending accounts do not roll over year to year. But there is a grace period so you have additional time to use your money. For your 2017 account, you can request reimbursements up until March 31, 2018, for eligible expenses that occur between Jan. 1, 2017 and March 15, 2018 ...

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We'll Re-verify Your Dependents
Later This Year

Our project to re-verify any dependents covered by your CHI medical, dental and vision benefits has been postponed until later this year (we previously announced that it would begin soon). We'll be sure to share the new starting date as soon as we know it. Ensuring that your dependents are appropriately covered is part of how we make sure you and your family have access to comprehensive, cost-effective health coverage.


We Need Your Votes! Jennifer Nolan Nominated for Most Admired Woman

Jennifer Nolan, president of Flaget Memorial Hospital and Our Lady of Peace, has been nominated to receive a “Most Admired Woman” award (in the health care category) from Today's Woman magazine. The magazine has open voting from the public to determine the winner. Vote by March 22 at 12 p.m. for Jennifer!

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500th Heart Transplant Celebrated at Jewish Hospital

The Jewish Hospital Trager Transplant Center and the University of Louisville recently celebrated their 500th heart transplant! To celebrate the milestone, on Feb. 28 doctors and heart transplant recipients gathered to discuss the many lives saved over the years thanks to organ transplantation. Congratulations to the Jewish Hospital Trager Transplant Center for hitting this exciting milestone!

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Saint Joseph Berea Goes Red for Women

As part of the national effort to increase awareness of cardiovascular disease in women, and in honor of American Heart Month, Saint Joseph Berea partnered with the American Heart Association and Berea College’s Thrive program to host a Go Red for Women Lunch and Learn event on Feb. 22. Highlights for the 84 attendees included physician speakers, heart health screenings, a healthy lunch, door prizes and information tables ...

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More Headlines & Events

Fifth Annual Saint Joseph Berea Foundation Gala for Healing and Hope Raises Nearly $30,000

Flaget Cancer Center Breast Cancer Education Program at Washington County Public Library March 13

Our Lady of Peace Seminar on Anxiety in Children and Teens in Versailles March 19

Our Lady of Peace Upcoming Seminars on Topics Affecting Children and Teens in Louisville March 29, April 25

Easter Egg Hunt at Our Lady of Peace March 24
(RSVP by March 18)

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