KyOne-ThisWeek

October 4, 2013 | Volume 2, Issue 38

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Ruth Brinkley on KET's Connections Program This Weekend

KentuckyOne Health President and CEO Ruth Brinkley will be featured on KET's Connections program this weekend:

Friday, Oct. 4, at 5 p.m. on KET2
Sunday, Oct. 6, at 1:30 p.m. on KET
 

The interview with Brinkley was conducted by Renee Shaw and spanned a variety of topics from her personal challenges and success, the formation of KentuckyOne Health, and the shifting future of health care. Watch a preview

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Joseph Gilene Named President of Saint Joseph Hospital 

KentuckyOne Health adds Joseph J. Gilene as president of Saint Joseph Hospital in Lexington effective Oct. 28. Gilene assumes leadership at Saint Joseph Hospital from John Smithhisler, who served as the hospital’s president in addition to other duties. He will report to Smithhisler, who will continue as market leader for the central and eastern market for KentuckyOne with an office at Saint Joseph Hospital. 

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Saint Joseph London Hires Two in Leadership 

Saint Joseph London is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to the hospital’s leadership team. Shelley Stanko, MD, has been named the facility’s chief medical officer (CMO) and Chris Schweighardt, RN, has been named chief nursing officer (CNO). 

Dr. Stanko, a Laurel County native, has been an active member of the Saint Joseph London medical staff since 2004 and has served in several leadership roles during her tenure.  

Chris Schweighardt, a Lexington native, comes to Saint Joseph London from another KentuckyOne facility, Saint Joseph Berea, where he has served as the chief nursing officer and chief operating officer since 2011. He has also served as interim CNO for Saint Joseph London and interim president for Saint Joseph Berea.  

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Ron Waldridge Chosen Physician Executive of Physician Enterprise 

Ron E. Waldridge, II, MD, joins the leadership team of KentuckyOne Health. Dr. Waldridge of Shelby Family Medicine has been appointed physician executive and “dyad leader” of physician enterprise. He shares leadership responsibility with Charlie Powell, president. Board certified in family medicine, Dr. Waldridge is a second-generation family practitioner. He will continue seeing patients at his clinic while serving in this new leadership role. 

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KentuckyOne Remembers Medical Pioneer Dr. Harold Kleinert 

The KentuckyOne Health family is deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. Harold Kleinert. The world has lost a true medical pioneer, one whose groundbreaking research and surgical skill in hand and finger treatment and transplantation changed so many lives. 

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Help Patients Get Insurance Coverage 

Kentuckians may now purchase health insurance through the Kynect Health Benefit Exchange, an online “store” where consumers can compare and buy health insurance plans. At KentuckyOne, we encourage all uninsured patients to sign up for insurance online at kynect.ky.gov or by phone. 

From anywhere in Kentucky: 1.855.459.6328 (toll-free)
In the Louisville region: 1.888.737.3363 or 502.266.5571 

Help patients choose a health plan that includes KentuckyOne. Find out how our financial advocates can help. 

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Employees Can Try KentuckyOne Anywhere Care For Free through Oct. 31 

Employees and their family members can use KentuckyOne Anywhere Care – for free – now through Oct. 31 (before it opens to the public). KentuckyOne Anywhere Care is a new quick and convenient way to access urgent care 24/7. Call KentuckyOne Anywhere Care at 1.888.809.6889 and you will visit with a provider within 30 minutes by phone or video chat call (via Skype). After Nov. 1., visits will cost $35. 

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Lawson Data Archived for Louisville Market 

Archived Lawson data for the Louisville market (except ULH | JGBCC) has been moved to a special archive database in CHI Connect. Access to the existing archive location will be closed Oct. 10. The data shift helps us clean up computer files. Most employees will not need to access the archived data. However, about 60 people in human resources, finance, accounts payable and supply chain will have access. 

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KentuckyOne Completing ICD-10 Training Plan 

On Oct. 1, 2014, the ICD-9 code sets now used to report medical diagnoses and inpatient procedures will be replaced by new ICD-10 code sets. U.S. health systems will be required to use ICD-10 coding. To ensure KentuckyOne Health’s medical staff and other team members are prepared for the new documentation requirements that come with ICD-10, LEARN courses and some onsite training will be offered.  

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Kentucky Nurses Must Renew Licenses by Oct. 31  

All Kentucky nurses – RNs, LPNs, APRNs and SANEs – must renew their licenses with the Kentucky Board of Nursing by Oct. 31. Nurses can complete the renewal process online at kbn.ky.gov/renewal. Nurses who do not renew their license and submit the required documentation before the Oct. 31 midnight deadline will have to reinstate their license as it will lapse. 

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Exercise and Stress Classes from A to Z 

October is exercise and stress relief month at KentuckyOne Health. Our Louisville market facilities (with the exception of ULH | JGBCC) are offering a variety of FREE opportunities to help you feel better – from A (aerobics) to Z (Zumba). And don’t forget yoga and massage therapy to help you get to a happier, calmer place. Click "read more" for details and to download the schedule of wellness opportunities.  

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Thanks for Supporting KentuckyOne at the State Fair 

The KentuckyOne Health exhibit at the 2013 Kentucky State Fair was a huge success in large part because of you, our employee volunteers. With your help, KentuckyOne provided approximately 2,400 health screenings and health information to more than 55,000 visitors. Volunteers from every facility gave their time and we’re so glad to have such dedicated employees.  

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Four De Lis 5K Race & Mayor’s Fall Hike and Outdoor Adventure 

Louisville's Jefferson Memorial Forest will be the site for a 5K event for runners and walkers on Saturday, Oct. 19. It’s the third of the four running races that are part of the KentuckyOne Health Four De Lis Classic Series. The event will start at 8 a.m., prior to the Mayor’s Fall Hike and Outdoor Adventure, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Events include guided hikes, pumpkin decorating, hayrides and more. 

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Family Community Clinic to Hold Volunteer Appreciation Celebration Oct. 13 

The Family Community Clinic, a facility that provides free health care and medications for medically-underserved adults and children in Louisville, will hold a family-friendly appreciation event Sunday, Oct. 13, from 5 to 7 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church School in Butchertown. Volunteers are encouraged to bring coworkers or friends who might be interested in volunteering at the clinic. The need is great. Applications are available at FamComClinic.org/volunteers

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More Headlines & Events 

Frazier Fall Festival & Larosa Loop Oct. 5 

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Oct. 5-Jan. 26 

KentuckyOne Medical Symposium: Gastroenterology Oct. 8 

Actors Theatre of Louisville Discount Tickets Oct. 8-13 

Free Depression Screenings at OLOP Oct. 10 

Walk With a Doc at Parklands of Floyds Fork Oct. 12 

Southwest Festival - Volunteers Needed - Oct. 12 

Peace for Parents: Managing Difficult Behaviors Oct. 15 

Bone Marrow Donor Drive at ULH Oct. 17 

Four De Lis Classic Fall Run Oct. 19 

18th Annual Doctors’ Ball Oct. 19 

CEU Opportunity: Esophageal Dysphagia Oct. 19 

Scholarship Applications Due (Louisville employees) Oct. 21 

CEU Opportunity: Substance Abuse Interventions Oct. 23 

See More:
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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. 

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

Open Enrollment Under Affordable Care Act Underway
For Information
Tuesday marked the beginning of enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. The CHI Outreach & Enrollment page on Inside CHI has information to help educate patients, families and communities about health insurance marketplaces and the enrollment process. These resources will help CHI organizations and employees reach out to people who are uninsured and make them aware of affordable coverage options. Access and coverage for all has been a top priority for CHI for more than a decade. Health care reform helps move CHI closer to that goal. 

CHI in Discussions for Transfer of
Sponsorship of Arkansas Hospital
For Information
CHI and Mercy Health, a Catholic system based in Chesterfield, MO, are in discussion toward a letter of intent to consider the possible transfer of sponsorship of Mercy Hot Springs hospital and physician clinic to CHI and St. Vincent Health, Little Rock, AR. Mercy Hot Springs hospital and physician clinic are located in Hot Springs, AR. 

Fine Named to Head CIRI
For Information
David J. Fine, president and CEO of St. Luke's Health System, Houston, TX, has been named president of the CHI Institute for Research and Innovation. Fine will transition from his leadership role at St. Luke's to his new role within the next 30 days. Cliff A. Robertson, MD, COO of Franciscan Health System, Tacoma, WA, has been named interim CEO for St. Luke's. 

iOS 7 Email and Calendar Issues
Urgent Action: Wait to upgrade to Apple iOS 7
While Apple’s new iOS 7 upgrade for the iPhone and iPad provides many enhancements, users at CHI and across the nation are experiencing problems receiving emails and viewing calendars and contacts. Users may be unable to connect to CHI's Exchange server to send and receive email; may have a security certificate pop-up; or may have calendar problems such as missing items, synchronization issues, and other malfunctions. CHI is asking iPhone and iPad users to wait to upgrade until these issues are resolved by Apple. 

Users who upgraded to iOS 7 should download the iOS 7.0.2 update that came out Sept. 26, which addresses a “lock screen” bug. To find it, go to "Settings," "General," "Software Update."  

Users who experience email and calendar issues from the upgrade can try this workaround:  

• Go to "Settings," "Wi-Fi," select the active CHI network, then choose “Forget this Network.” Repeat for all connected wireless networks that begin with “chi.”
• Select the “chistandard” network, then log in with your CHI Active Directory credentials. A request to accept the wireless certificate will appear.
• Select "Accept" to continue. 

For assistance, contact the ITS Service Desk, 866.236.0441, and let the analyst know you upgraded your device to iOS 7. 

Prevent IT Equipment Lockouts
Action: Remember to update your password on all IT and mobile devices
Every time users change their CHI Active Directory (AD) passwords (used to log in to CHI computers, Inside CHI, webmail and Standard Time and Attendance; and, to access CHI email, calendar and contacts on mobile devices), they must also update their passwords on their mobile devices (smartphones, iPads/tablets). If not, users will be locked out of their CHI AD accounts after their mobile devices try to access the CHI Exchange server three times using an old password. 

A tip for users is to turn off their mobile device(s) before resetting a password. This ensures adequate time to reset the device(s) without the risk of being locked out. 

Users can use the CHI Password tool to unlock their accounts or change their passwords themselves. This requires a one-time, online registration. Once registered, users can Access CHI Password online or by phone 24x7. Instructions for using CHI Password are available in the Information Resources box on the right side of the CHI Password page of Inside CHI. To access CHI Password by phone or for more information, contact the ITS Service Desk, 866.236.0441 or 720.875.7500 (in Denver). 

Travel Partner Changes Name
For Information
CHI’s travel partner, Polk Corporate Travel Management, is simplifying its name to Corporate Travel Management. As of Sept. 30, all email and web traffic is being directed to new internal systems and a new website is available at us.travelctm.com. All other contact information, including phone numbers, remains the same.

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