September 27, 2013 | Volume 2, Issue 37

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Try KentuckyOne Care Anywhere For Free Starting Today

You and your family members can use KentuckyOne Anywhere Care – for free – starting today, Sept. 27, and continuing to the end of October. Then the service 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). Free visits are available only before Nov. 1 to KentuckyOne employees and family members who reside in Kentucky. Download a Q&A at KentuckyOne Online.

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Purpose Tour Engages Employees to Share Love for Patient Care 

“It’s not just a job – it’s a mission,” said Darlene Matekovich, RN, left, to Debra Hille, right, as she explained her passion for her patients and her work as the nurse manager for the acute care unit in Saint Joseph Berea. 

Her comment represents a common theme of dedication and commitment that emerged during the video interviews conducted as part of the KentuckyOne Purpose & Values Tour. Watch the Saint Joseph Berea video clips: 

Not a Job
How You Made Them Feel
As if They Were Family

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Scholarships Available for Employees 

Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation will award up to $330,000 in scholarships to employees this year in a variety of fields including nursing (undergraduate and graduate), allied health and radiology. The deadline to apply is Oct. 21, no later than 3 p.m. Download an application. 

To be eligible, employees must be employed at least six months, be discipline-free at the written level and work at one of the following facilities: Jewish Hospital, Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, Frazier Rehab, Our Lady of Peace, Jewish Physician Group, Jewish Hospital Shelbyville, Med Center East, Med Center Northeast, Med Center South or Med Center Southwest. 

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Project GreenPrint Kicks Off at Saint Joseph East 

Project GreenPrint will begin installing new copier, printer and fax equipment on Sept. 30 at Saint Joseph East (see list of departments receiving new equipment). Training on the new products will be provided as they are installed to ensure all employees are comfortable printing, scanning, copying and faxing with the new devices – including using the secure print feature. 

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. It is already in place at several facilities within KentuckyOne. 

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KentuckyOne Helps Kids Lace Up Their Running Shoes 

As part of our ongoing efforts to encourage healthy, active living, KentuckyOne is excited to be presenting sponsor of the 2013 Kids Finish First program. This is a partnership of the Louisville Sports Commission and YMCA of Greater Louisville to engage local children between the ages of 5 and 14 in running, and results in them completing a half marathon – 13.1 miles. 

Children enrolled in the program will complete 12 miles of walking or running over a span of several weeks, then complete the final 1.1 miles on the Louisville Sports Commission’s half marathon course. The young participants will be able to experience all the excitement of running a half marathon – competing on a real course, having people cheer them on, crossing the finish line and receiving a finisher’s medal. 

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Support KentuckyOne and PACT in Action this October 

PACT in Action (Parkhill, Algonquin and California Teens in Action) is a youth-led initiative focused on reducing violence in Louisville neighborhoods that have some of the highest crime rates and lowest levels of educational attainment in the city. PACT is a partnership of KentuckyOne Health and The Center for Women and Families. With funding from Catholic Health Initiatives, PACT is part of a national strategy to measurably reduce violence by 2020. 

Call to Action: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join PACT in Action to help raise awareness and end dating violence. Volunteers are needed to help with setup, takedown and/or chaperoning for upcoming events: 

Conversation Café Oct. 17, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Teen Talk Oct. 24, 6-7 p.m.
Halloween Party Oct. 31, 6:30-9:30 p.m. 

Email Khalilah Collins. All events are open to the community. 

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Subhash P. Sheth Receives Physician of the Year Award 

The American Cancer Society annually presents the Physician of the Year award at its Evening of Hope Gala. At the organization’s 18th annual event Aug. 17 at the Galt House in Louisville, Dr. Subhash P. Sheth of Jewish Cancer Care was given the award for his outstanding service to cancer patients throughout his career. 

Physician of the Year award recipients must meet the following criteria: Be a local physician with a history of exemplary service to cancer patients in the community; further the American Cancer Society’s mission of finding a cure; and actively support the American Cancer Society’s Evening of Hope Gala fundraising objective.  

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Thanks for Volunteering 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. (Click here to view the list.) 

Congratulations to the KentuckyOne employees randomly selected in the gift card drawing: $100 Gift Card – Angela Hockman; $150 Gift Card – Anna Taylor; and $250 Gift Card – Norman Fultz. 

Thank you again for making the KentuckyOne Health exhibit the best! Watch for volunteer opportunities in 2014. 

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KentuckyOne Sponsors Southwest Festival; Volunteers Needed 

KentuckyOne Health is the main sponsor of the Southwest Community Festival again this year. The event is Saturday, Oct. 12, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., at the Sun Valley Community Center. Volunteers are needed to help provide the following services and information: blood pressure screenings, BMI screenings, grip strength (Frazier), sleep center information, cancer prevention information, diabetes information, women’s care information and KentuckyOne information. 

The family-friendly festival is the largest event in Southwest Jefferson County with tons of free activities. If you’re interested in volunteering, contact Kristen Faulkner, 502.562.7073. 

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Frazier Rehab Hosts Fall Festival & Larosa Loop 

Frazier Rehab Institute will host its first fall festival complete with family activities, food, games, raffles and booth for sponsors and vendors on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All activities will take place at Frazier Rehab, 220 Abraham Flexner Way, in Louisville. 

The day’s activities will also include the Larosa Loop, an annual non-competitive fundraising event that supports pediatric care for children coping with disabling illnesses and injuries. Larosa Loop participants can walk, run or wheel the Mayor’s Mile around Jewish Hospital’s downtown campus. Registration is $15 per person. To register and join the fun, or to make a donation in honor of Dr. Larosa, log on to

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Flaget Health and Wellness Fair is This Saturday 

Flaget Memorial Hospital is hosting the second annual Flaget Health and Wellness Fair Saturday, Sept. 28, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., on hospital grounds in Bardstown.  

The event will offer free and low-cost screenings, as well as health information and education from community health care providers. A farmers market, Kid's Zone play area and other family-friendly activities will also be part of the event. 

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Actors Theatre of Louisville Discount Tickets for Employees 

Actors Theatre of Louisville is celebrating its 50th anniversary season. KentuckyOne Health employees can enjoy 25%-off single ticket prices (save up to $12.25) during the first full week, Oct. 8-13, of The Mountaintop, an imaginative and powerful play that beautifully fictionalizes the final hours of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life. 

Choose from eight discounted performances. Order online (use Coupon Code: Icon) or call 502.585.1210. 

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More Headlines & Events 

Saint Joseph Martin Senior Health Fest Sept. 27 

Free Diabetes Boot Camp for SJH/SJJ/SJE Sept. 28 

Walk With a Doc at Shawnee Park Sept. 28 

Flaget Health and Wellness Fair Sept. 28 

Kidney Walk Sept. 29 

Frazier on WHAS Good Morning Kentuckiana Sept. 29 

Deadline to Earn Healthy Spirit Wellness Incentive Sept. 30 

Frazier on WHAS Noon Show Sept. 30 

Frazier on WAVE Listens Oct. 1 

Exploring Diabetes Workshop Oct. 4 

Frazier Fall Festival & Larosa Loop Oct. 5 

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

KentuckyOne Medical Symposium: Gastroenterology Oct. 8 

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

Southwest Community Festival Oct. 12 

Peace for Parents: Managing Difficult Behaviors Oct. 15 

Bone Marrow Donor Drive at ULH Oct. 17 

Four De Lis Classic Fall Trail Run Oct. 19 

18th Annual Doctors’ Ball Oct. 19 

CEU Opportunity: Esophageal Dysphagia Oct. 19 

CEU Opportunity: Substance Abuse Interventions Oct. 23 

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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. 

Ready for Oct. 1 Launch
of Health Insurance Marketplaces?
For Information
As the Oct. 1 date for the launch of health insurance marketplaces approaches, CHI has resources and educational materials to help employees, patients and others participate in vital efforts to expand coverage in the communities we serve. All CHI facilities – including hospitals, clinics and physician offices – are encouraged to address outreach and enrollment in their communities. Strategy and activities will differ based on community needs, but this is a wonderful opportunity for every CHI organization to promote opportunities for expanded enrollment. A new document describing CHI’s approach to enrollment is now available on the CHI Outreach and Enrollment page of Inside CHI. 

Conifer employees across the CHI enterprise are being trained as certified application counselors to help patients and community members select health insurance coverage that best meets their needs under the Affordable Care Act. Note that staff time and resources used to enroll patients and community members (beyond standard hospital financial assistance resources) can be reported as community benefit. 

Update on Transfer of Saint Clare's
For Information
As previously reported, CHI has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Prime Health Care Services for the sale of substantially all of Saint Clare’s assets except for the Saint Clare’s Foundation. CHI and Prime Health Care expected the transaction to close this year, but New Jersey’s regulatory review process and Prime’s efforts to acquire two other New Jersey hospitals have delayed the transaction’s completion. It is now expected to close in the first half of 2014. Until then, Saint Clare’s remains part of CHI. CHI will continue to provide operational support for Saint Clare’s. Saint Clare’s employees will continue to receive benefits through CHI and will participate in the upcoming open enrollment and new benefits program. 

Preview 2014 Benefits on My Healthy Spirit
For Information
Employees can now visit My Healthy Spirit to watch a video about the new CHI Retirement Program. In addition, more information about 2014 benefit changes will soon be available on an annual enrollment page in My Healthy Spirit. For example, CHI is offering a High Deductible Medical Plan with a Health Savings Account as a medical plan option for 2014. Full details about what benefits are changing for 2014 will be provided by local HR groups through annual enrollment presentations. 

All employees are encouraged to discuss CHI's 2014 health, retirement and wellness benefits with their managers and supervisors. Employees can also contact HR/Payroll Connection, 888.450.9450, for more information (note that HR/Payroll Connection will be able to address questions about 2014 health benefits beginning Nov. 1). 

New OSHA Required Course Available in LEARN
Action: Employees who have the potential to be exposed to hazardous substances should complete course by Dec. 1
A new OSHA required course, “Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals,” should be completed by all employees who have the potential to be exposed to a hazardous chemical or substance at work. These employees should complete the course, available in LEARN, by Dec. 1. Facility directors are working with local HR leaders and LEARN administrators to ensure the appropriate employees know about this requirement and complete the course. Access LEARN from My Tools on the home page of Inside CHI

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

CRP Connection Available on Inside CHI
For Information
A new issue of the CRP Connection newsletter is available on Inside CHI. CRP Connection is designed to provide CHI and industry compliance news and information. 

People on the Move
National Leaders
Kent Carr, MD
, VP of physician services integration for the CHI Integration Team (CIT), has assumed an expanded role in the Physician Enterprise (PE), effective Sept. 13. Kent will continue as PE leader for the CIT, and the combination of this work with his new role will improve alignment of PE and CIT objectives. In his new role, Kent has a dual reporting relationship to Cliff Deveny and Beth O’Brien.

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