July 19, 2016 | Volume 5, Issue 29
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Refer a Friend to KentuckyOne Health and Earn Extra Money

Want to maximize your earning potential? Now KentuckyOne is giving you even more ways to earn extra money by simply referring a friend to work here. You are our most valuable asset, and we want more people like you that want to fulfill a purpose-driven career. We are now offering $1,000 for every friend you refer that is an imaging or laboratory professional and many more ...

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ITS Transformation 646 Approach:
Two ULH Applications Migrated

The Windows 2003 Server Upgrade team has migrated Cactus Software and TraumaBase at University of Louisville Hospital. We are upgrading Windows 2003 servers to a newer version of Windows. For both applications, the change was transparent to users, and the new platform is fully supported and more secure ...

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Recognition Program Changes

Our culture of appreciation among co-workers in KentuckyOne Health continues to grow. Since we first launched our online employee recognition portal in 2014, we have had hundreds of employees use this tool to send messages of appreciation, gratitude and recognition to others. In evaluating the effectiveness of the tool, and being good stewards of our financial resources, we have made some changes to the program ...

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Keep Your Message Short

Get to the point quickly and be brief. Most emails should not exceed 75 words. Indicate early and clearly in your message if you want the recipient to reply or take another action. Include all relevant details or information to limit confusion and unnecessary back-and-forths. Check for missing information and attachments before you press send. For more tips on using our email system effectively, and respectfully, refer to KentuckyOne's Email Guidelines ...

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SafetyFirst Great Catch: Kelli Henderson

Diabetes educator Kelli Henderson recently made an important safety catch – one that impacts diabetes patients who may be on medicines belonging to a class of drugs known as SGLT2 inhibitors. In the course of two weeks in June, Kelli noticed that two diabetes patients, who were taking such medicines, were admitted to Saint Joseph Hospital in DKA (Diabetic Ketoacidosis) ...

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Mission in Motion – Flaget Cancer Center: Going Above and Beyond

Patient Robin Robbins was seeking help at Flaget Cancer Center when she found out she had lung cancer – and needed treatment immediately. She got help – but the dedicated staff in Bardstown didn't hesitate to go the extra mile when they knew they could help their patient even more ...

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Safe and Healthy Return to School Event

Calling all caring KentuckyOne Health employees across the Louisville market for Thursday, Aug. 4! Please volunteer to help out at our annual health fair at Shawnee Newcomer Academy. Or, donate bicycles and school supplies. Backpacks are especially needed this year! Please join us in bringing wellness, healing and hope to all, including the underserved.

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New Headlines & Events

Saint Joseph Hospital Receives National Quality Award for Stroke Care

CG CAHPS Top Providers! Congratulations to Our KentuckyOne Health Medical Group High Performers

Kentucky State Fair Group Discount Opportunity! 

Home Health Becoming Extension of Hospital Care – VNA Health at Home Director Susan Carmical Contributes Article to Lexington Herald-Leader

Half Marathon Training Program Kickoff Event July 27

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