August 31, 2016 | Volume 5, Issue 34
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Focusing on People and Our Promise

In the past year we have focused on our people, working to make our recruitment, retention and engagement efforts even better. We’re continuing that momentum by introducing the KentuckyOne Health Promise. The Promise is a reciprocal commitment between you and the organization to work together for a better future ...

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New Meal Break, Time Clock Policy Begins Sept. 13

Eating a peanut butter sandwich while updating charts should not count as a lunch break. That’s why KentuckyOne Health is implementing policies to ensure everyone takes meal breaks: to support personal well-being, productivity and interactions with others ...

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‘Step Up for Your Team Spirit’ Challenge Begins Sept. 12

The kids are back in school and that means cooler weather and football! Are you ready to cheer on your favorite team? This year you can combine football fandom with the Step Up for Your Team Spirit challenge. Sign up under your favorite NFL team name and start stepping out to earn 50 for 50: $50 health account contribution if you meet your goal of 50,000 steps per week ...

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SafetyFirst Great Catch: Lauren Bliss, Charles Tabler and Sidney Beaty

Lauren Bliss, Charles Tabler and Sidney Beaty prevented a potential medication error and ensured a patient received her proper dosage of medication at Jewish Hospital. They took the time to Validate & Verify and used their Questioning Attitude skills to ask Clarifying Questions to ensure they were all on the same page ...

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Sign Up for ‘Bridging the Gap’ Training

KentuckyOne Health employees are invited to participate in an upcoming Bridging the Gap medical interpreter training course. A minimum requirement for those wishing to serve as medical interpreters, the course teaches interpreter skills, ethics and medical terminology. Register today! Classes start in September!

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New Headlines & Events

‘Peace Walkers’ and KentuckyOne Health Receive NAMI’s Golden Shoe Award

Nominate an Outstanding Nurse for the Nightingale Awards in Nursing by Sept. 8

Jewish Hospital Emergency Department Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony is Sept. 8

Joint Commission Speaker Event is Sept. 23 at Jewish Hospital, with Patient-Centered Communication Focus

Widower Honors Late Wife of 38 Years with ‘Chemo Totes’ to Help Patients at James Graham Brown Cancer Center

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