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The Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network is hosting a webinar and helming a podcast to help employers and employees demystify their pharmacy benefits and decipher ways to cut down on their drug costs.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center will host the livestreamed event, “Discussion With Mark Cuban: How Cost Plus Drugs Is Innovating to Lower Prescription Drug Prices in America,” on Thursday, March 23, at 12:15 p.m.
Nashville residents Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban recently donated a substantial gift to the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center to support clinical trials that could lead to better breast cancer treatments.
After a multiyear renovation effort, Vanderbilt University Hospital’s lobby is now open. The space is one of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s most heavily trafficked destinations serving hundreds of patients and families each day.
Many people make resolutions to stop smoking, vaping or dipping, but it's hard to make such a difficult change without a plan and dedicated support.
Seeking to build enticing and diverse compensation packages, more employers are investing in nontraditional employee benefits.
Occasionally patients or their family members find themselves in the hospital and in need of clothing and emergency supplies. Two Vanderbilt programs are open to donations from individuals or companies.
Irregular sleep—chronically disrupted sleep and inconsistent sleep durations every night—leads to an increased risk for heart disease, according to a VUMC study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The Vanderbilt Men’s Baseball team will be playing Lipscomb and Belmont in March at Sounds Stadium. Proceeds from the games will benefit ALS research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
The Vanderbilt Transplant Center is currently the busiest heart transplant center in the world. Bill Frist, heart and lung transplant surgeon and former U.S. Senate Majority Leader, detailed the history of the center and its first transformational decade in a recent Forbes article.